Rep. Ocasio-Cortez and Rep. Ted Lieu claim Justices Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh lied during their confirmation hearings about their views on Roe v. Wade.
Arizona Republicans aim to win back the Senate seat they held from 1969 until the Democratic senator took office in January 2021.
Polls and recent historical precedent show Republicans have a good shot at taking control of the upper chamber of Congress in the November 8 midterm election.
The Republican Senate candidate's standing in the polls with Georgia voters appears to have declined amid a recent scandal.
"Pro tip: don't film an ad for your PA senate campaign from your mansion in New Jersey," Fetterman tweeted.
The Democrat is leading the Trump-backed Republican by nine points, according to a poll conducted by an anti-Vance Super PAC.
Democratic Senator Catherine Cortez Masto is facing a difficult re-election fight in what could be a hugely important race.
The president had earlier signaled support for an exception to the Senate's filibuster rule in order to codify abortion rights.
Andrew Anglin, who founded the Neo-Nazi website The Daily Stormer, recently gave a "forceful endorsement" of Blake Masters of Arizona.
Bobby Piton told Newsweek that "flipped" votes explained his distant fourth-place finish in the GOP primary.
President Biden is now intent on codifying Roe v. Wade after the Supreme Court's ruling, but Senator Kyrsten Sinema remains against filibuster reform.
The president has voiced support for exceptions or changes to filibuster rules in order for voting rights legislation to progress in the Senate.
New polling suggests Democrats are better positioned to maintain control of Congress following the Supreme Court's controversial decision on abortion rights.
President Joe Biden said he would support changing filibuster rules in order for Congress to codify abortion rights.
Online users falsely claim the former Senate sergeant-at-arms was shot dead before he was due to testify to January 6 panel.
Vance's much-criticized tweet argued that motherhood could be more meaningful for women than maintaining a high-powered career.
The New York lawmaker urged Democrats on Saturday to be specific about how many Senate seats are needed to codify Roe v. Wade into federal law.
Not impeaching Justices Kavanaugh and Gorsuch would send a "blaring signal" that nominees can lie in their confirmation hearings, the congresswoman said Sunday.
A spokesperson for Miller said Sunday that the congresswoman meant to say that the overturn of Roe v. Wade was a victory for a "right to life."
"He has no credibility when it comes to good-government procedures," the editorial wrote about the senator on Sunday.
"This is the biggest Republican sellout," the Republican congresswoman from Georgia said.
At least 279 people have died in mass shootings in America so far this year, according to the Gun Violence Archive.
Senator James Lankford said the bill "does not protect the constitutional rights of law-abiding citizens."
"It's simple logic: If you can't buy a beer, you shouldn't be able to buy an assault weapon," Senator Dianne Feinstein said.
Some GOP senators are taking a political gamble on the bill. Gun safety activists told Newsweek that if those votes come through, "we'll have their back."
The former president called the bipartisan legislation a "career ending bill" for Republican senators.