They're "terribly concerned about what they regard as the president’s unthinkable acts to undermine the electoral process,” the famed Watergate journalist said.
“I think that’s incumbent on the press to start investigating" the fact-challenged GOP attack on Hunter Biden, RNC Chair Ronna McDaniel said. "That's not my job."
"Peddle your scare tactics elsewhere. The Lincoln Project will not be intimidated by such empty bluster," attorney Matthew Sanderson blasted in a letter.
The president disputed facts about an alarming COVID-19 surge as a plot to sow fear ahead of the election.
"I’m desperate to find the message that will work ... to turn this around," said an emotional Dr. Ngozi Ezike.
The alleged gunman, a member of the Boogaloo Bois, shouted "Justice for Floyd" and helped set the building on fire, according to a federal complaint.
The GOP anti-Trump group threatens to make its response -- a "civics lesson" on First Amendment rights -- as "painful as possible."
"What happened to our freedom?" Louisiana Rep. Clay Higgins said his wife wailed. His opponent is using the "vision" to raise money.
Atlas Aegis of Tennessee agrees to keep its "security" operations out of Minnesota until 2022 in a settlement with state Attorney General Keith Ellison.
Biden sarcastically called Trump "Abraham Lincoln here." The president didn't get it and straightened him out at the presidential debate.
The South Carolina Republican blames "shadowy" forces — not his waning popularity — for donations pouring into his Democratic opponent's Senate run.
Americans got smarter about the credibility-challenged, fear-mongering president, suggests R. Douglas Fields of the National Institutes of Health.