Conway urged the political action committee to cease operations on Monday, after a report raised concerns about its use of donor funds amid ongoing controversy surrounding sexual harassment allegations against co-founder John Weaver.
Senator John McCain's widow said the Republican Party is on the "brink" and will be forced to either "find its way or dissolve."
"There's been one bombshell after another," Republican minority leader Will Barclay announced Monday.
Winning an open seat is easier than ousting an incumbent, but Republicans have held the seat in more than 30 years.
"It's just this bigger than life deal," Graham said about Trump. "He could make the Republican Party something that nobody else I know can make it. He can make it bigger, he can make it stronger, he can make it more diverse and he also could destroy it."
"I am not going to get on a bill that cuts them out completely before we start trying," Manchin said in a Sunday interview.
The Republican senator also said Trump had the power to make the party stronger and more diverse.
"There's things we can talk about," the West Virginia Democrat said, suggesting modifications could be made to the Senate's contentious legislative rule.
Frank Meeink, once a prominent neo-Nazi, said that Fox News says the "same radical stuff that I used to say."
The Wyoming Republican praised Murkowski on Sunday after Trump called her "disloyal" and "very bad" and promised to campaign against her in Alaska next year.
"The American Rescue Plan is a truly progressive and bold package that delivers on its promise to put money directly in people's pockets," Representative Pramila Jayapal said.
"There's clearly not a threat. There was nothing that happened on March 4," said the freshman congresswoman.
"OK, that's enough for right now, kids. Just watch and let them burn," one enthusiastic anti-masker adult said in a video shared on Twitter.
The Democratic Michigan senator also criticized some of her Republican colleagues filing amendments that sought to cut the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children.
The California congressman called on Republicans to tell members of the party that President Joe Biden won the election "fair and square."
The Chamber of Commerce has previously supported all eight senators who voted against President Biden's win.
Sen. Sullivan's father-in-law recently passed away, and he is flying back Friday evening to Fairbanks, Alaska for the funeral.
The former first lady slammed what she called "partisan and unpatriotic" efforts to limit voting, all while urging the Senate to pass a voting rights bill championed by Democrats
Governor Kay Ivey extended the statewide mask mandate until April 9, which will not be extended upon expiry.
More than 1 million American workers filed new unemployment claims for the 50th consecutive week.
President Joe Biden said that "the last thing we need is Neanderthal thinking" while discussing the easing of COVID-19 restrictions in Texas and Mississippi on Wednesday.
H.R. 1—also known as the For the People Act—would touch on nearly every piece of the electoral process, including voter access and campaign finance.
"I care deeply about the American conservative movement for an awfully long time now. I aim to keep at it," Pompeo said.
The Senate Minority Leader also predicted that Senate Democrats will unite and pass Biden's $1.9 trillion bill soon.
The Republican senator said the former president's false claims aren't a "winning storyline" and get "in the way of the future."
Democrats and Republicans reportedly reached a deal to limit the number of people who will receive a third stimulus check, one of the few measures that has broad bipartisan support.
While a majority (60 percent) of voters approve of the increase to $15 per hour, 71 percent support a more modest hike to $11.
The state House killed a bill giving access to a $6 million federal grant after conservative lawmakers including Rep. Charlie Shepherd spoke out against it.
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) on Tuesday urged critics of Democratic New York Governor Andrew Cuomo to allow the governor to "defend himself" against multiple allegations of sexual harassment, instead of "jumping to the conclusion" that Cuomo should resign.
"First they outlaw Dr. Seuss, and now they want to tell us what to say," House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy said.