Portland City Council voted unanimously in favor of a resolution blocking the local police bureau from working with federal officers in the city.
"President Obama could have gone into Chicago," President Donald Trump said. "He could have solved the problem and he didn't."
Republican Georgia Senator Kelly Loeffler tweeted Wednesday that her criticism of Black Lives Matter had caused her to be "canceled."
The president raised $20 million from 300,000 individual donations on his first virtual fundraiser call.
Former national security adviser John Bolton praised Republican Wyoming Rep. Liz Cheney as a "principled leader" while a former GOP senator also defended her splits from President Donald Trump.
Patrick Leahy called for U.S. corruption laws to be overhauled after it was reported that Trump wanted an ambassador to help one of his resorts.
"I am making a little bit of time to stay connected to the campaign," Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer said in May.
The U.S. House of Representatives passed the defense spending bill by a veto-proof majority on Tuesday.
"Joe Biden does not have a clay head sculpture at this point," Madame Tussauds told Newsweek.
"We have gone through about four candidates so far in the two-hour vetting," presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden said Monday.
The ruling overturned Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner's cancellation of the convention because of the threat of spreading the coronavirus, however, the GOP said it will go forward with the virtual convention.
President Donald Trump and his allies spent the week highlighting his support for law enforcement—attempting to draw a contrast with Democratic rival Joe Biden in a race that's been drastically altered by the coronavirus pandemic.
"These decisions were made for a reason," Don Bolduc said in July. "Statues were put up for a reason."
As lawmakers ready for a return to Capitol Hill on Monday, party leaders have set out their starting positions on relief fund negotiations.
The new survey found that almost three quarters of likely primary voters approved of Omar's record in office thus far.
The House minority leader said Democrats would "change the rules of the game" were they to win November's election.
As the coronavirus has stifled his ability to hold massive campaign rallies, President Donald Trump doubled down on Thursday with a second campaign-laden speech on the White House grounds in a week.
Travis Patron, leader of the Canadian Nationalist Party, uploaded a video online saying that Jewish people "infect the body politic like a parasite."
The latest Ipsos survey found that more than one in five U.S. adults felt health care was the most pressing problem facing the country.
The former gubernatorial candidate also rebuked the governor for thwarting attempts to mandate the use of face masks.
The Oklahoma State Election Board said the rapper had qualified for the ballot after submitting a filing on deadline day.
In a Wednesday tweet, President Donald Trump said Bill Stepien had been "heavily involved in our historic 2016 win."
The Republican National Committee is expected to soon reveal details about next month's GOP convention, which has been partially moved to Florida because of concerns about the coronavirus pandemic.
The Vermont senator urged for health care to be made a "human right" under a Medicare for All package.
Eric Greitens lashed out at "lefist radicals" and Republicans showing "cowardice" following a shooting on Monday night.
A member of the rapper's campaign team has confirmed that West will no longer be contesting the election.
The nonprofit advocacy group issued its remarks after the president told a reporter that "more white people" had died at the hands of police.
Vice President Mike Pence traveled to Louisiana Tuesday, where coronavirus cases have seen another spike, to talk need for schools, football this fall.
Sebastian Gorka, who was a member of the Trump Administration in 2017, is expected to be appointed to a position on the National Security Education Board.
"[Biden] wants to reenter the unfair one-sided Paris Climate Accord, which will destroy us at the expense of many other nations who benefit," President Donald Trump said Tuesday.