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Episode Info: A bombshell report in the Washington Post today details allegations of inappropriate sexual contact by Roy Moore, the controversial far-right, homophobic, anti-Muslim religious zealot and twice-removed AL Supreme Court Justice who is currently the Republican nominee for the U.S. Senate Special Election in December. He is accused of inappropriate conduct with several teenage girls, one as young as 14, while serving as an Assistant District Attorney in his 30s. The charges have led to GOP Senators calling for him to immediately drop out of the race, even though the deadline for doing so appears to have passed in advance of the December 12th election to fill the seat left vacant by Attorney General Jeff Sessions.  We're joined today by The Nation's JOHN NICHOLS to discuss that stunning breaking news, as well as the remarkable Democratic victories in Tuesday's elections up and down the ballot in VA, NJ and many other states. Nichols, a long time progressive grassroots champion, offers insight into the quickly escalating "chaos" for Congressional Republicans, and the ongoing divides among progressives, even in the wake of Tuesday's victories, between grassroots activists and more establishment Democrats. Also today: As expected, still more top GOPers in the U.S. House announce they won't run for re-election in 2018 following Tuesday's thumping. Outgoing Senator and Donald Trump adversary Bob Corker (R-TN) announces long-overdue hearings in the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee (which he chairs) on Presidential authority to declare war and deploy nuclear weapons. And Desi Doyen joins us for the latest 'Green News Report' on, among other things, U.S. isolation on the world stage regarding climate change, and some late-breaking new bad news for Puerto Rico, nearly two months after Hurricane Maria made landfall to devastate the island...Read more »

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