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The former president urged voters who’ve remained on the sidelines to grab some clip-boards and knock on doors to get out the vote.
Lawmakers from both parties grilled top tech executives this week about whether, and how, Washington should rein them in.
Obama delivered a sharp rebuke of his successor and decried what he said was the failure of Republicans to serve as a check.
Democrats have hoped that one or more Republican senators in favour of abortion rights, particularly moderate Susan Collins, would oppose the nominee.
Republicans have tried to frame the November elections as a decision about whether Democrats will be able to impeach Trump.
The Democratic Party now believe the fake voter database website was built by a third party as part of a simulated phishing test on VoteBuilder.
The conviction and guilty plea of two former members of Trump's inner circle spotlights the Democratic argument that Republicans have failed to check the excesses of corruption under Trump.
Democrats are hoping to prevent Trump from tilting the court to the hard right by tapping an ultra-conservative to replace Justice Anthony Kennedy, the tie-breaking vote between the liberals and conservatives.
For three decades, Republicans have successfully used the abortion issue to mobilize the religious right, whose support proved critical in Trump’s 2016 election.
As controversy rages over the separations, first lady Melania Trump, in a rare foray into policy matters, said Sunday through a spokeswoman that the US must be a country that “governs with heart.”
The draft bill being circulated Thursday would provide money for Trump’s US-Mexico border wall and allow provisional legal status for young undocumented immigrants who had been brought to the US as children.
Costello will not seek re-election due to the redrawn suburban-Philadelphia district that now favours Democrats and a desire to spend more time with his family.
Trump has also called for boosting school security, and controversially, arming some teachers and staff in addition to on-campus guards.
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has five Democratic justices and two Republicans and voted along strict party lines to throw out the old map.
US President Donald Trump accuses influential former talk show host of asking questions that were biased and slanted, says her facts were incorrect.
Trump is entangled in an alarming face-off with North Korea, has antagonised US allies over Iran, and faces accusations of racism and hatemongering.
"Lawmakers were saying they have been very concerned about this, the President's dangerousness, the dangers that his mental instability poses on the nation," says Dr. Bandy Lee.
The once-popular lawmaker, who made his name on the popular late-night show "Saturday Night Live," last month acknowledged and apologized for one incident of sexual misconduct, vowing to work to regain public trust.
Frustrated with Republican leaders, Trump is moving away from a strategy that relies on passing legislation on strict party lines.