Trump’s Voter Fraud Panel, No Stranger to Controversy, Creates Another One

Ahead of a meeting in New Hampshire, a member of the panel called it “highly likely” that the state’s Senate race was decided with bogus votes. Outrage ensues.

Trump Republicans Invigorate, and Complicate, Party’s Fight for Senate

The entry of a pro-Trump congressman into the Pennsylvania Senate race signaled that the president’s wing of the G.O.P. could dominate in 2018.

McConnell, in Private, Doubts if Trump Can Save Presidency

By ALEXANDER BURNS and JONATHAN MARTIN August 22, 2017 The relationship between President Trump and Senator Mitch McConnell, the majority leader, has disintegrated to the point that they have not spoken to each other in weeks, and Mr. McConnell has...

Senator Jeff Flake, Facing Twin Threats, Is Said to Take On G.O.P. Rift in New Book

By ALEXANDER BURNS July 25, 2017 PHOENIX — Senator Jeff Flake, Republican of Arizona, faces political challenges from both sides in seeking re-election next year: On the left, emboldened Democrats are aggressively recruiting candidates to run against...

Senator, (Un)Interrupted: Kamala Harris’s Rise Among Democrats

By MATT FLEGENHEIMER July 6, 2017 WASHINGTON — The casting call came early — the first of many unwelcome interruptions for Kamala Harris since November — consuming the Los Angeles nightclub where she was supposed to be celebrating an...