GOP war room blasts endless stream of criticism at Democrats, with Warren its latest target

The Republican National Committee’s goal: Throw President Trump’s opponents off stride.

‘Blue wave’ or ‘left-wing mob’? Anti-Trump fervor fuels a new movement aimed squarely at winning elections.

Hundreds of thousands of activists — mostly white, college-educated women — have mobilized since 2016 through protests and, now, midterm campaigns.

In Trump country, Republican candidates this year fall flat

The states that gave the president his surprise win in 2016 have warmed to Democrats, reviving the region as an election bellwether.

Republicans fear reversals in November due to accusation against Supreme Court nominee

They had hoped that Kavanaugh’s appointment would excite Republicans; now it may by Democrats who are energized instead.

‘It sure isn’t normal; it’s radical’: Former president Barack Obama says Trump and Republicans are knowingly dividing America

In fallout from Trump controversies, Republicans warn Democrats will seek his impeachment. Democratic candidates are avoiding the word.

President Trump plans for aggressive barnstorm to help Republicans this fall

He is expected to do more campaigning than Barack Obama did in the 2010 midterms.

Republican Rick Scott sends a bilingual message in Florida race: He’s not Trump

In this and other tight midterm races, Democrats may be counting too much on big margins and turnout among Hispanics.

New York congressman facing insider trading charges suspends reelection bid

Democrats seek stronger social media presence to guard against potential Russian interference in midterms

The party’s strategy relies on staffers and volunteers crafting messages on Facebook, Twitter and other platforms.

Florida Gov. Rick Scott calls on Sen. Bill Nelson to provide evidence for Russian election interference claims

Strategists raise alarms about Facebook delays in approving Hispanic political ads

Spots that target Spanish-speakers or Hispanics face different scrutiny than those for a broader audience

As 2018 elections near, potential 2020 presidential candidates jockey for money

The crowded field of Democrats seeking to take on Donald Trump will have to come up with millions to finance its efforts.

Trump creates a summer of discontent for Republican candidates

It doesn’t matter what they want to talk about — the freewheeling president gets in the way.

Trump’s defense of Putin finds few supporters in Congress

Republicans who usually avoid criticizing the president joined with Democrats to upbraid him.

If Trump is itching for a fight, Elizabeth Warren is happy to give it to him

The Massachusetts senator hones her pitch in a reelection campaign that could be a tuneup for a presidential run.

The worst thing to be in many Democratic primaries? A white male candidate.

Democratic voters have brushed aside ideology to embrace identities of class, age, gender and ethnicity.

The main election strategy of vulnerable House Republicans: Prove they’re not Trump

Control of the House will be decided in GOP districts where voters often are more irked by the president than supportive of him.

Family separation debate shows Trump worries most about showing strength, not ‘heart’

The president’s decision to change his policy came after many supporters had echoed his false claim that Democrats were to blame for migrant children being removed from their parents’ care.

As Republicans flee Trump border policy, Democrats see a November benefit

Trump used immigration to his benefit in 2016, but the issue is alienating 2018 voters.