With more than 99% of the vote counted, Ossoff leads Perdue by 50.2% - 49.8%, a margin of more than 16,000 votes.
A victory puts Democrats one seat shy of Senate control, with Democrat Jon Ossoff looking like the favorite over Republican Sen. David Perdue.
"He’s willing to play any character to appease the critic, and the top critic is Trump."
He told a Senate committee that the idea there would be a treatment or a vaccine by the fall is "a bridge too far."
Montana Gov. Steve Bullock is taking a big risk by opening his state back up earlier than most Democratic governors. The fate of the U.S. Senate is in play.
Trump's Would-Be New Spy Chief Tried to Delete His Internet History and It Went About How You'd Expect
If he does get the job as America’s spymaster, Rep. Ratcliffe may want to consult U.S. intel experts about something called the “Wayback Machine.”
“You’re not going to get arrested, man; I’ll take care of you myself,” Rubio said.
One poll shows Patrick Little running second to Sen. Dianne Feinstein with the primary a little more than a month away.
Judge denies Moore's lawsuit demanding a re-vote