Democrats retain their strength in suburban areas, but Trump’s rising approval and the fight over Kavanaugh are boosting GOP candidates in conservative and rural districts.

(Andrew Harnik / AP)

For Trump, little is more important than appearing to project toughness. The challenge now is that his waffling public response to the Oct. 2 killing of dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi could make him look soft.

In an interview on NBC’s “Meet the Press,” the former White House communications director took aim at Kelly, who fired Scaramucci last year after just 11 days on the job.

In an interview on “Meet the Press,” the No. 2 Democrat in the Senate gave his blessing to members of his party who are embracing President Trump in competitive races.

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Why did Alaska’s governor abruptly drop out of the race?

There aren't any clear answers, but here are some clues.

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Guardian reporter calls GOP congressman who hit him a coward — and calls Trump something worse

Guardian reporter Ben Jacobs responded to Trump's praise of Rep. Greg Gianforte (R-Mont.), who pleaded guilty to assaulting him.

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These politicians went on the offensive, but not in a good way

With elections just weeks away, these miscues could be costly.

Senior Republicans and Democrats proposed a range of severe punishments, including sanctions on the longtime U.S ally, the expulsion of the Saudi ambassador and the cutting of arms sales.

The decision sparked concerns that the administration might pull out of other counter-proliferation pacts.

After losing key races in the state in 2016, Republicans created a get-out-the-vote operation based on the successful Obama campaigns.

“That election’s over,” the Republican senator said when asked about the barbs he traded with Trump during the 2016 campaign.

Trump did not call for the ouster of the crown prince, instead praising his leadership and calling him “a strong person, he has very good control.”

About 70 percent of the money raised in September by the two super PACs came from the party’s biggest benefactors in the midterms: Sheldon and Miriam Adelson.

However, Congress is out of session until after the midterm elections.

A study combined the drug with chemotherapy, but benefits were small.

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Republican Sen. Dean Heller once said he “vehemently” opposed President Trump’s bid. Now, Heller praises the president.

To voters in three districts narrowly won by the president in 2016, it’s Trump’s name on the ballot in November.

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More than 70 lawmakers who took the oath in January 2017 will be gone and 30 incumbents are in toss-up races. Next year’s freshman class could be historically large.

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The president is campaigning across the country and talking nonstop. But how much will it help Republicans in November?

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