Another Woman Accuses Moore of Underage Sexual Advances, Supreme Court Takes Up First Amendment Cases, Rand Paul Returns to Work: P.M. Links

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Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call/NewscomThe latest in response to the allegations that Alabama candidate for the U.S. Senate Roy Moore in the past made sexual advances toward underage girls: Republican Sens. Mitch McConnell and Susan Collins say they believe the women and that Moore should step aside; more than 50 pastors in Alabama have signed a letter in support of Moore; and attorney Gloria Allred has gotten involved, representing another woman who just came forward today accusing Moore of sexually assaulting her as a minor. Brett J. Talley, a judicial nominee of President Donald Trump’s administration, has been getting a lot of heat for his lack of history as a lawyer. He has never tried a case. It also turns out that he’s married to a lawyer in the White House Counsel’s Office, but he didn’t disclose this information to the Senate as a potential conflict of interest. In Manila today,

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