Four Democrats and two Republicans file in New Jersey; Edward Snowden gets support as the White House stays silent; and Hillary Clinton is on Twitter (finally).
It's not as cut-and-dried as it may seem. Murky special election provisions cloud the picture.
The Newark mayor gave more than $600,000 of the $1.3 million he earned to charity.
Booker's record as mayor of Newark could come under attack from opponents if he makes a Senate bid. He's been vociferously defending it in recent months, including on Tuesday night.
The Democratic mayor of Newark, who is exploring a Senate bid, said his immediate focus is on helping New Jersey Democrats win in 2013.
Six in 10 voters in New Jersey are unaware that their senator is in his 80s (89, to be exact), but those who do know say it's a liability.
The Republican is sitting pretty thanks to a confluence of external factors. Not all of them are under Democrats' control.
The three oldest senators who have lost primaries in recent decades all came in the last two elections. Is the New Jersey Democrat next?