Democrats are gearing up to use attempted bomb attacks on frequent objects of President Donald Trump’s criticism, including the Clintons and former President Barack Obama, as part of their closing argument less than two weeks out from the midterm elections.
In 2012, GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney, at a campaign stop in Colorado, said mockingly of President Obama's push for green energy, "Have you seen those jobs anywhere?" These days, Republicans are singing a different tune.
More than a dozen judicial misconduct complaints have been filed against Justice Brett Kavanaugh during his Senate confirmation hearings, but they will probably fail on the grounds that the law doesn't cover Supreme Court judges, legal scholars say.
Sharp differences over spending and strategy are cleaving House Republicans as the two main groups charged with saving the party’s embattled majority in the midterm elections go separate ways in key suburban battlegrounds.