Six insurance companies have shut down in Florida this year. DeSantis' opponent, Charlie Crist, has attacked him for it. Will it matter in November's election?
The comments by Biden national security adviser Jake Sullivan could de-escalate Russian tensions but are a blow to Ukraine's desire to join the bloc.
"I think Fetterman is struggling a little bit with urban and non-white voters," Franklin and Marshall pollster Berwood Yost told Newsweek.
Republicans are currently outspending Democrats by millions in the two battleground states, with more money expected in the coming weeks.
The president improperly exploited an obscure 2003 law to justify his student loan debt forgiveness plan, a Republican lawsuit alleges.
Beto O'Rourke is winning the conversation on guns. His polling on other issues, however, could bode trouble as he seeks to unseat Republican Greg Abbott.
Nearly two dozen other migrants that were on the same boat are still missing, Border Patrol officials said.
South Carolina Senate Majority Leader Shane Massey said that his chamber likely lacked the votes to support a bill without exceptions for rape or incest.
Occupy Democrats, a well-known Facebook influencer, is under scrutiny for allegedly using its fundraising to pad its founders' pockets.
Polling shows crime to be an increasingly key issue in Pennsylvania. But is it enough to overcome the post-Roe bump and Oz's high unfavorable rating?
"I expect he will be on the battlefield in Ukraine fighting for Putin any day now," Graham tweeted.
Wisconsin's Robin Vos, speaker of the state Assembly, is technically the only name on the ballot this fall.
The former president's escalating embrace of the QAnon conspiracy theory runs counter to the actual success of the candidates who have espoused it.
Former Mississippi Governor Phillip Bryant made a political career out of punishing corrupt officials. He is now facing his own allegations of corruption.
A conservative-leaning pollster with a history of wild (but accurate) predictions said the Florida governor could be at risk of losing his job in November.
"Documents don't lie. Square footage doesn't lie," said Caroline Polisi, a longtime federal defense attorney and legal analyst.
Trump's repeated claims he declassified documents, paired with a lack of evidence, could be his undoing.
The endorsement was stunning in deep-blue Palm Beach County, which voted for President Joe Biden by 13 points in 2020.
Russia's first mobilization of troops since World War II marks a clear departure from its president's previous calls for a professional army.
Trump's campaign team once tweeted a photo of the monument actively being demolished, saying, "This would be Joe Biden's America."
DeSantis' administration is facing a criminal investigation from a Texas sheriff as well as a lawsuit by some of the migrants flown to Martha's Vineyard.
The National Republican Senatorial Committee says it's in a healthy place entering the midterms after reports alleged fundraising trouble over the summer.
There are numerous reasons why border crossings are so high, but they aren't all the president's fault.
"It's not the same race. It's the same people, but the circumstances have changed over the last four years," professor Trey Hood III said.
The "Serial" podcast subject is now free more than two decades after his murder conviction. He will likely face a retrial.
The president said he would be willing to deploy the U.S. military to defend the island nation from attack amid growing military pressure from Beijing.
Democrats spent big money shaping the outcomes of the 2022 Republican primaries. The strategy looks like it could pay off in November.