The "Battlefield 5" campaign shines a light on the rarely told stories of World War II.
"I wish they were carrying heroin. I wish we had thought of it," Barry Bennett, a former Trump campaign adviser, said about the migrant caravan.
"This online community is bigger than the NRA," Need to Impeach founder Tom Steyer said.
John James, who is black, pushed back on the idea that he supported racism or bigotry.
Who would have thought "WWE 2K19" featured time travel and zombies?
The two men's mother called for her son's opponent to condemn the ad.
"I've never seen this kind of mail from a campaign before, or even a legitimate organization. That should tell you something about Ted Cruz," says Gene Wu, Texas state legislator.
"He could win again. I operate as if he is a two-term Trump. I have to. If you think any other way you are guaranteeing that whoever is going to run against him will lose."
Bill Schuette, Michigan's current GOP attorney general, unveiled a campaign ad video Friday that labeled Whitmer and her lieutenant governor pick, Garlin Gilchrist, as the "most left-wing ticket in Michigan history."
"Look, I'm not withdrawing," Steve Foster told the Associated Press during an interview from jail.
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced Tuesday he will not seek reelection in February, sparking rumors of poor internal polling despite his insistence the departure was a family decision.
A gender-equality organization is leading the push against a U.K. airline for handing out "future captain" stickers only to boys.
Representative Duncan Hunter, a Republican from California, and his wife were indicted on charges that they spent $250,000 in campaign funds on themselves and their friends.
"Democrats are laser focused on taking back the House, electing Nancy Pelosi as Speaker and then launching proceedings against President Trump," the statement reads.
Under the new proposal, if California were to secede from the U.S., Native Americans would receive about 47 percent of the state's land to create their own nation.
Republican U.S. Senate candidate Corey Stewart's media and advertising head railed against the NAACP as the "more violent" version of the KKK and demanded black leaders tell NFL players they must stand during the National Anthem.