In recent years, the party in the White House has struggled in the midterms. Signals indicate difficulty for Biden in just over a year's time.
McAuliffe holds a one-point lead over Republican Glenn Youngkin in Virginia's race for governor, with early voting underway and Election Day fast approaching.
Fighting among progressive and moderate Democrats has intensified after paid leave was dropped from President Biden's spending plans. Follow Newsweek's liveblog for all the latest.
"So many people across the country are purchasing more goods online," Psaki said. "Maybe some of it is from habits that developed during the pandemic."
Schwarzenegger said, "But as you could see, [Biden] cannot get anything passed right now."
The presentation will cover several elections in 2020 including the November presidential election, the sheriff's office said.
On Tuesday, Joe Biden said McAuliffe's opponent Glenn Youngkin wouldn't let Trump campaign on his behalf, asking, "Is he embarrassed?"
President Biden visited both New Jersey and Virginia earlier this week ahead of the states' gubernatorial elections on November 2.
Democratic infighting has again created hurdles for what earlier this week appeared to be a path to passage.
The news follows a meeting between Iran and the European Union on Wednesday.
Bowman, whose district is in New York, is among the progressive members of Congress unhappy about concessions being made.
The Arizona lawmaker, a critical vote in the Senate, has said little publicly about her positions on key policies amid the ongoing negotiations.
The West Virginia senator said billionaires should see paying taxes as their "patriotic duty."
Queen Elizabeth II pulled out of a string of royal appearances on medical advice, raising questions about whether a point may come when she has to stand down.
Wyman, who has led elections in Washington state for more than eight years, has repeatedly refuted Trump's false claims of election fraud.
Democrats could face difficult midterm elections next year as they struggle to pass a key social spending package.
The House select committee investigating the January 6 insurrection is reportedly seeking testimony from a law professor who wrote a memo outlining strategies to keep Donald Trump in power.
The president has come under scrutiny over how he has spent his time, with him having not visited the southern border despite concerns over the situation there.
The senators who opposed Biden's $3.5 trillion social spending bill support a plan to introduce 15 percent minimum tax on profits for major businesses.
Rep. Dan Kildee (D-Mich.) reportedly described the "billionaire tax" proposed by Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) as "a stunt."
Biden' endorsement of Terry McAuliffe includes the former governor's handling of some of the issues currently hurting Biden's popularity.
"He's willing to pledge his loyalty to Trump in private. Why not in public? What's he trying to hide?" Biden asked of Youngkin during a Tuesday campaign speech.
Chief District Judge Barbara MG Lynn dismissed the case on Tuesday for lack of subject matter jurisdiction.
Goal: Bring the law "back into alignment with its original intent and purpose—protecting and recovering America's biological heritage for future generations."
Recent reports have said that congressional Democrats could cut out Medicare expansion and paid family leave to reach a deal on the package.
Trump and four former officials in his administration are refusing to comply with Congress' January 6 investigation by citing executive privilege.
The rights groups decision is emerging as a test of the relationship between the Biden administration and Israel's new government, which was formed in June.