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"I've never campaigned against a colleague in my life. That's about to change," Graham said.
Republican Patrick Morrisey is betting that bipartisanship is dead in his Senate race against Democrat Joe Manchin in deep-red West Virginia
"I’m the polar opposite of flip-flopper Joe Manchin. Literally, you should go online and see this. If you go online you start to see the memes..." Morrisey said.
It's legal to use marijuana in nine states, including California, Nevada, and Vermont, in 2018 — and more are expected to join them. Here's the full list of where you can legally light up.
Comey donated $2,700 to Democratic House candidate Jennifer Wexton in Virginia's 10th congressional district.
Taking back the House would allow Democrats, using their newfound control of the Ways and Means Committee, to review the tax returns and decide whether or not to release them.
After Kavanaugh scandal, Democrats cut a deal to confirm more Trump judicial nominations so they can go home to campaign
The deal allows Senate Democrats facing tough reelections to go back to their home states to hit the campaign trail during the final stretch of the 2018 midterms.
"So apparently somebody along the way decided that this was going to be a media circus, and they wanted to launch it at exactly the right time," Sen. Mike Lee said. "That’s disgusting."
Senators are at each other’s throats over Kavanaugh’s confirmation, and some fear there could be lasting damage
Republicans and Democrats are fighting back and forth in the Senate over the Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation. "I'm sure we'll get over it," Republican Sen. Roy Blunt said. "But it was not a helpful thing the way this has been handled."
Mitch McConnell rails against Kavanaugh protesters in the Capitol: ‘There is no chance in the world they’re going to scare us out of doing...
"I don't care how many members they chase, how many people they harass here in the halls," McConnell said. "I want to make one thing perfectly clear: we will not be intimidated by these people."
Some Democrats see Michael Avenatti's involvement in the Brett Kavanaugh scandal as an unnecessary "distraction." "Do I think he's in it for the showbiz part? I hope not," one said. "It's too serious of a situation."