Democratic congressman Chris Pappas (N.H.) sent a fundraising email with the recently deceased justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg in the "sender" line, making it appear Ginsburg was sending the email from beyond the grave.
Rep. Peter DeFazio (D., Ore.) chained himself to a mailbox in an effort to "resist" the Postal Service's operational changes after pictures of out-of-use mailboxes have gone viral on social media platforms and prompted claims of voter suppression.
Rep. Matt Cartwright (D., Pa.), who has cast himself as a "fighter" for working people, failed to disclose his ownership of a private plane and million-dollar lake house in financial disclosures required by Congress.
Congressional Democrats repeatedly defended the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act applications against Donald Trump adviser Carter Page, but former deputy attorney general Sally Yates said last week she would not have signed the warrants with her knowledge now of the errors and omissions made in obtaining them.
The Supreme Court agreed Thursday to hear the Trump administration's bid to shield secret grand jury materials from House Democrats, all but ensuring that those records won't feature in the presidential election.