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David Brat mentioned Nancy Pelosi 25 times in his debate against Abigail Spanberger

By the time Brat invoked Pelosi for the 25th time, during his closing statement, Spanberger had finally had enough.

Be afraid, be very afraid: GOP turns to fear, racism in closing midterm message

With 22 days to go until voters head to the polls for the midterm elections, Republicans have settled on a final pitch: Be afraid, be very afraid.

Today in Trump’s America: Judge dismisses Stormy Daniels’ defamation suit against Trump

A federal judge in Los Angeles dismissed pornographic film actress Stormy Daniels’ defamation suit against President Donald Trump and ordered her to pay Trump’s legal fees, 'Politico' reported.

After dire report, Trump administration makes moves that could negatively affect the climate

The Trump administration is downplaying a startling new climate report — and continuing to take steps that could worsen climate change.

Stacey Abrams says Brian Kemp is creating “miasma of fear” over voting in Georgia

"They get a confusing letter saying there is something wrong with their registration, and more than likely they will sit out this election," Abrams said.

Indicted GOP Rep. Duncan Hunter now running anti-Muslim attack ads against his Christian opponent

In a letter sent to voters, Hunter claims Campa-Najjar is a security risk and insinuates he would provide classified information to his family with terrorist ties.

How rising-star Democrat Pete Buttigieg wants to change the way we think about politics

South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg believes that for Democrats to win elections, they need to bring politics back to the basics.

In new move, Democrats launch multimillion-dollar campaign to turn out minority and young voters

Turning out these voters is key to Democrats’ success in the midterm elections.

Trump administration proposes new restrictions, fees for protesters in Washington

The proposed rule would impose fees on protesters and limit where they can gather in front of the White House, among other changes.

Today in Trump’s America: Trump says it’s OK he mocked Christine Blasey Ford because “we won”

"I’m not gonna get into it because we won," Trump said of his mocking of Christine Blasey Ford. "It doesn’t matter. We won."

This Week in Politics: Trump heads West as midterm elections approach

Trump will visit Montana, Arizona and Nevada this week as candidates across the country campaign ahead of the November midterms.

Trump suggests Mattis could be next to step down, calls defense secretary “sort of a Democrat”

Trump said on '60 Minutes' that he's "changing things around" in his administration and isn't happy with his entire Cabinet.

Stacey Abrams calls opponent Brian Kemp’s voter suppression efforts part of a “pattern of behavior”

Abrams said her Republican opponent's efforts to suppress 53,000 voters was “part of a pattern of behavior where he tries to tilt the playing field in his favor or in the favor of his party."

Melania Trump said her “I really don’t care, do U” jacket was a message to the “left-wing media”

"It’s obvious I didn’t wear the jacket for the children," first lady Melania Trump said in an interview with ABC News.

Trump praises Confederate general Robert E. Lee at Ohio campaign rally

President Donald Trump praised Confederate general and slavery supporter Robert E. Lee at a campaign rally Friday night in Ohio, right after making a case for why black voters should vote Republican.

While You Weren’t Looking: 5 stories from the Trump administration that aren’t about Kanye West

Here are five stories you might have missed this week.

This Week in Trump-Russia News: Trump’s lawyers are prepping written answers to Mueller’s questions

After months of negotiating terms for an interview between President Donald Trump and special counsel Robert Mueller, Trump’s legal team is now preparing written answers to questions from Mueller.

Family doctors are “not doing enough” to curb STDs

As rates of sexually transmitted infections steadily rise nationwide, public health officials and experts say primary care doctors need to step up screening and treatment.

Beto O’Rourke blows past records with massive fundraising haul

Rep. Beto O’Rourke, the Democratic nominee facing GOP Sen. Ted Cruz in Texas, raised a massive $38.1 million in the third quarter of 2018 — a fundraising haul bigger than most presidential candidates.

Today in Trump’s America: Stacey Abrams calls on opponent Brian Kemp to resign for voter suppression

Abrams’ campaign says Kemp — who as Georgia's secretary of state controls the very election laws that could impact his own candidacy — is abusing the power of his office and should resign.