After being denied by the DMV, three trans women are suing to legally get their IDs changed.
The attorney cited by the Moores isn't who some people thought he was — instead he's a Messianic Jew who works for their foundation.
Leigh Corfman, who alleged Moore groped her when she was 14, has filed suit because he called her a liar.
Richard Jaffe, who defended Moore's son on a drug charge, is a "passionate supporter" of Jones and plans to be at his Senate swearing-in Wednesday.
Moore had filed a complaint late Wednesday alleging voter fraud, with support from "experts" including a Holocaust denier.
While trying to stop Alabama from certifying Senate election results, Moore claimed in a legal filing to have taken a lie-detector test. (Update: Alabama certified the election results despite his objection.)
The GOP politician posted — then deleted — an Advocate interview with his opponent's queer child on Facebook, which stirred outrage among his supporters.