An Alabama lawmaker was in a meeting in the State House last week when he found out he had COVID-19, the latest of several legislators to test positive for the virus.
The race in solidly pro-Trump Alabama will test whether Democrats can make inroads in the Deep South and if Jones' 2017 special election win was a fluke
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Alabama's senators were split on the confirmation vote. Republican Richard Shelby voted to confirm Barrett, saying he had "never seen a more eminently qualified judicial nominee."
U.S. Sen. Doug Jones discusses his reelextion efforts, his vote against Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett and other issues on the "In the Weeds" podcast"
A record 200,000 Alabamians have already voted in the November election amid an early voting push and pandemic rules that made it easier to vote by absentee ballot.
The Southeastern Conference has fined Mississippi coach Lane Kiffin $25,000 for his complaints about officiating on social media.