A poll earlier this month gave Kennedy a 14-point advantage over the Democratic senator he'll challenge.
Netanyahu delivered a tempered speech where he refused to concede the close race. "Israel needs a strong, stable, Zionist government committed to Israel as a national state for the Jewish people," he said.
Just one month after the president said that Jewish Americans had a dual-loyalty to Israel and the U.S., Donald Trump decided to use a New Mexico rally to question Hispanic Americans' love of the country as well.
"We all remember what this neighborhood was like in the days and weeks following the attacks. You've earned our respect, our attention and also this healthcare. I don't care how many EPA secretaries said it was safe here, none of us are idiots."
"That's what we stand for. That's what we want to implement when we get the new majority next year, which we will," continued Scalise.
"A president always defines his or her party, and today the Republican Party has taken a wrong turn, led by a serial self-promoter who has abandoned the bedrock principles of the GOP," wrote Weld, Walsh and Sanford.
"If anyone thinks Trump can't be reelected, they better get another thing coming. He can be reelected," said Reid, before adding, "hope to hell he isn't."
The trio only won by default; there were no huge, stand out moments other than Yang promising to give $1,000 a month to 10 families for the next year.
These soldiers are more likely to have been deployed than their predecessors, about 77 percent of post-September 11 soldiers were deployed at least once, compared with 58 percent of those who served before them.
A fighter pilot, Amy McGrath has already been to war three times and is now taking on, arguably, the most powerful man of Washington
It's a very close race, and a very expensive one, too. The candidates are polling within a margin of error of each other, and nearly $20 million has been spent to date.
Netanyahu also promised to annex the West Bank, home to controversial Israeli settlements, just prior to his last election in April. "I'm going to extend sovereignty," he said in an interview with Israeli Channel 12 at the time.
"Gun violence is literally life and death," says Warren to open the video. O'Rourke follows her with "it has become so numbingly common," and then Buttigieg adds that "we have kids going to school wondering if they're going to be physically safe."
The House will likely focus on legislation around gun policy and election security and the Senate, led by Republican Mitch McConnell, has a large group of judicial nominees waiting for approval.
"If you believe that God is watching as poison is being belched into the air of creation, and people are being harmed by it—countries are at risk of vanishing in low-lying areas—what do you suppose God thinks of that?" he asked the audience.
"President Trump's erratic behavior and reckless economic policies are causing uncertainty and angst for the American worker. Wage growth is flat. Manufacturing is in decline. And job growth continues to slow," wrote Democratic National Committee Chair Tom Perez.
"We will open fire on these thugs," Ralph Pulliam, the white man who sent the messages, wrote in an email to the office. "It will be a bloodbath."
Perhaps Washington Governor and 2020 dropout Jay Inslee has Washington D.C. in his future after all. Climate czar has a nice ring to it.
Here's a handy summary of what we know so far about each candidate's plan.
"I think the logical thing to say is, I'm going to try to get into the October debates. If I can, I think that's a good reason to keep going forward, and if I can't, I think it's really tough to conceive of continuing."
Late last month Trump said that Jewish people who voted for Democrats (that's the vast majority of Jewish people in the U.S.) were being disloyal, bringing up the common anti-Semitic trope of dual loyalty.
The president has called the Koch brothers "totally overrated" and "a total joke in real Republican circles."
"This attack on children and their families is inhumane and unjust. These families are all here receiving treatment that is unavailable in their home countries, and our government has issued them a death sentence."
Gillibrand dropping out of race creates a moment of reflection for Democrats polling at less than 2%
"It's the right thing to do for the planet," wrote the chairwoman and president of BP America in defence of federal regulations.
Republicans are also far more likely than Democrats to think Epstein was killed.
For some candidates, the writing is already on the wall: They don't have a shot at winning this race.
"I'm not going to lose that wealth, I'm not going to lose it on dreams," he said. "I want clean air, I want clean water, I want a wealthy country... I'm an environmentalist."