The Koch network is mounting a multimillion-dollar campaign to push some key priorities – such as immigration reform and free-trade initiatives — before Democrats take over the House in January.
Rep. Marsha Blackburn will win her U.S. Senate race against Democratic former Gov. Phil Bredesen, keeping the Tennessee seat in Republican hands, NBC News projects.
Voters are being flooded with attack ads as they deliberate whether Democratic former Gov. Phil Bredesen or GOP Rep. Marsha Blackburn should represent them in Washington, D.C.
U.S. President Donald Trump joined European leaders on Saturday in pushing Saudi Arabia for more answers about Jamal Khashoggi after Riyadh changed its story and acknowledged that the journalist died over two weeks ago at its consulate in Istanbul.
Presidents often make extravagant claims for their policies. But rarely are they proven so false so fast as Donald Trump's claims about tax cuts and deficits. The Treasury reported that the 2018 deficit swelled to $779 billion.
The president's tweet came after Saudi Arabia's King Salman ordered an investigation into journalist Jamal Khashoggi's disappearance.
"CNBC will no longer participate in the FII in Riyadh due to the continuing questions surrounding the disappearance of journalist Jamal Khashoggi," the network says.
"The one thing I've learned from John McCain above all else is that, in moments like this, you have to embrace your values," Graham said. "No more transactional interactions."
"I've never been more disturbed than I am right now," said the senior Republican lawmaker, who plans to meet with the Saudi ambassador.
Vote.org says nearly 65,000 Americans ages 18 to 29 registered to vote in the roughly 24 hours after the singer-songwriter's social media rallying cry.
Swift stunned the pop culture and political worlds Sunday night with a lengthy, impassioned Instagram post in which she endorsed Democrats Phil Bredesen and Rep. Jim Cooper in their Tennessee U.S. Senate and House races, respectively.
The bulk of campaign spending by political action committees is being deployed in just 10 of the most competitive Senate races — and there's much more to come as the midterm election nears.
The development comes on the heels of the billionaire's announcement that he would donate $20 million to a group dedicated to electing Democrats to the Senate.
Popular support had been waning for the Supreme Court nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh even before another bombshell report of sexual misconduct appeared late Sunday.
Already, several Republicans who hold swing votes have showed qualms about pushing forward with the judge's confirmation.
After professor Christine Blasey Ford went public over the weekend with allegations that Kavanaugh drunkenly held her down and groped her during a party in the early 1980s, Kavanaugh's chances for confirmation have been thrust into uncertainty.
On Sunday, California professor Christine Blasey Ford, 51, came forward publicly to accuse Kavanaugh of sexual assault when they were both teenagers.
GOP worries about Kavanaugh would have been unthinkable just days earlier, when the appellate judge and George W. Bush administration veteran appeared to have few obstacles left on his way to a lifetime Supreme Court appointment.
As of mid-September, roughly 40 percent of the more than half a billion dollars in direct contributions raised by Senate candidates had flowed into 10 battleground races that will decide control of the chamber.
As the revelations in Woodward's book reverberate, they show a Republican Party and investing community largely unperturbed by concerns about chaos in President Donald Trump's White House.