The House select committee has used the August congressional recess to delve into discussions inside former President Donald J. Trump’s cabinet about removing him from office after the riot.
Of the more than 200 Republicans former President Donald J. Trump has endorsed this year, many ran unopposed or faced little-known, poorly funded opponents.
Facing serious legal peril in the documents investigation, the former president has turned to his old playbook of painting himself as persecuted amid legal and political stumbles.
Primaries are posing the latest test of how efficient both states are at counting votes and reporting timely results. Close races could upend their efforts.
Mitch McConnell, the Republican leader in the Senate, also said that voter fraud was rare, a contrast to false claims by former President Donald J. Trump of widespread cheating.
There are tens of thousands of absentee ballots to be counted, but also new rules that will speed up the process.
The decision, expected Wednesday, will cap months of deliberations over fairness and the potential to exacerbate an inflation rate that has reached a 40-year high.
Donald Trump and his lawyers sent a “veiled threat” to Attorney General Merrick Garland, NBC legal analyst Barbara McQuade argued on Tuesday.
Paul Pelosi was sentenced to serve eight hours of community service and three years of probation in connection with a crash in Napa County, Calif., in May.