Trump called the House oversight committee chair a "brutal bully" from a "rodent infested" district, taking aim at yet another lawmaker of color.
Ginsburg offered a mild defense of the two Trump-appointed justices and called for an end to "dysfunction" in confirming Supreme Court nominees.
It's one of several attacks Trump has waged against the outlet and its polling, which has shown the former vice president ahead.
The freshman senator from Arizona used her maiden speech to tell the story of an Iraq War veteran who died by suicide.
A black man proposing to his girlfriend at the upstate New York brewery was interrupted by white security guards accusing him of stealing, the bride-to-be said.
The Charlotte, North Carolina, City Council passed a resolution denouncing the president's bigotry and calling out his attempt to "stoke fear of others."
Elizabeth McCarthy claimed to have removed 77 bullets from dozens of injured clubgoers. She's now admitting it was a lie.
The image took aim at Democratic Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ilhan Omar, Ayanna Pressley and Rashida Tlaib.
The violent remark comes amid heightened concern for lawmakers' safety following Trump's attacks on congresswomen of color.