President Trump is spraying the landscape with a deluge of issues and saturating the political debate in the process.
Two men apparently attacked the Bakersfield office of House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., on Monday night, throwing a massive rock through one of its windows and stealing equipment inside.
The Democratic gubernatorial nominee in Georgia, Stacey Abrams, helped light a state flag on fire on the steps of the state's Capitol in June 1992, an act of protest that her campaign on Monday night called an effort to "overcome racially divisive issues."
President Trump's rally on Saturday in Elko County, Nevada, drew approximately four times the number of attendees as former President Obama's own rally in the state Monday.
The Supreme Court issued an order Monday night blocking questioning of Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross in connection with lawsuits challenging his decision to add a citizenship question to the 2020 census.
In an interview aboard Air Force One on Monday, President Trump promised to send as many troops "as necessary" to the border to address the growing migrant caravan making its way to the U.S. border.
Obama defended his record at a Las Vegas election rally Monday, telling Nevada Democrats to "remember who started" the country's economic recovery after the Great Recession.