With nine weeks until Election Day, the GOP forecast has grown increasingly grim. On Thursday, five House races were moved toward Democratic victories.
Republicans may have a better chance of taking back Alaska's only House seat if they vote for another GOP candidate, polls suggest.
"We are closely watching this situation, because it concerns our citizens," Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said on Wednesday.
"It's like a sitcom," Alex Holder said, adding that he found Trump to be an "absolutely extraordinary" yet "very weird, unusual, simple" man.
Governor Tate Reeves has already cautioned Jackson residents against drinking any water from the city's taps.
The Department of Justice has said "efforts were likely taken to obstruct the government's investigation" into the handling of White House documents.
"There is no place in this country, no place, for endangering the lives of law enforcement," Biden said in a Tuesday speech.
"We have these funds available," Governor Tom Wolf said. "It's not fair to withhold them from taxpayers."
The Arizona Senate candidate scrubbed language about the 2020 election from his campaign website after winning his GOP primary this month.
"The U.S. wouldn't want to close off pathways to refuge and safety for Russia's dissidents or others who are vulnerable," said a State Department spokesperson.
"I stand firm when I say that Donald wants to use this in order to hold the country hostage," Michael Cohen said. "That's his goal."
The Justice Department said it had used a "filter team" to review the Mar-a-Lago documents, eliminating the need for a special master to be appointed.
Some top Republicans have changed their outlook on the GOP's electoral prospects in November's elections.
Dershowitz told Newsweek that "like probable cause, an indictment is easy to get," but added he wanted more of the affidavit to be released.
"Affidavit heavily redacted!!! Nothing mentioned on 'Nuclear,' a total public relations subterfuge by the FBI & DOJ," Trump wrote on Truth Social.
A federal judge ordered a redacted version of the underlying affidavit connected to the FBI's Mar-a-Lago search to be released to the public.
The former president's own son-in-law Jared Kushner has been floated as possibly being the mole who leaked information to the FBI.
Those in Trump's orbit are preparing for a redacted version of the Mar-a-Lago search affidavit to be unsealed by the Department of Justice on Friday.
Barr said he would still vote for Trump in a 2024 rematch with Biden, despite his former boss being a man after his own "personal agenda and personal power."
A new poll found that the majority of Pennsylvania voters said Oz's New Jersey residence made them less likely to vote for him.
"With Bugatti, we are sold out well into 2025," Bugatti Rimac CEO Mate Rimac said, adding that the company expects to "come out even stronger" post-recession.
Ryan can't afford to alienate swing voters in Ohio if he wants to make up the slight lead his Trump-backed opponent has over him.
Biden shut down critics of his student debt forgiveness plan, saying it was just as "unfair" as billion-dollar businesses receiving "all the tax credits."
Pouring roughly a "half trillion dollars of gasoline on the inflationary fire that is already burning is reckless," Jason Furman said.
The Biden administration will provide double the debt cancellation for students who went to college on Pell Grants.
The president's rating received a six-point bump from last month's record low as his party saw its widest generic ballot advantage since last October.
Former federal prosecutor Shanlon Wu told Newsweek there's a "tremendous lack of transparency" when it comes to why judges recuse themselves from cases.
Republicans hoping to emerge as the frontrunner in a 2024 presidential primary still have a good chance despite the boost in support for Trump, experts say.
The magistrate judge in the case said he may ultimately agree with federal prosecutors once he sees the proposed redactions for the document's release.
Senator Warren campaigned for two progressive candidates in battleground states Friday, saying their victories could codify Roe v. Wade "as early as January."