Rep. Dana Rohrabacher says he used a marijuana product to treat his arthritis.
Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-Hawaii) will not pick between Tim Canova and Debbie Wasserman Schultz.
The spot says Toomey "got rich working on Wall Street."
Rubio plans on leaving the Senate in January, after his failed presidential run.
The video accuses Rep. Patrick Murphy of living a life of luxury.
"Donald could reach out to members of Congress who also don’t know him," Sean Duffy said.
Sen. Mark Kirk said he is the "best-positioned Republican" to avoid being linked to Trump.
"He needs to set a good example for Republicans," Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.) said.
"I don't think he can lend his credibility to Hillary's incredibility," Nader said.
"He does tend to use salty language," Rep. Mo Brooks said of the former Speaker.
They are asking Congress to provide millions in funding to teach computer science.
Biden will speak to the DCCC on Saturday in Santa Fe.
Tim Canova says the DNC chair is "sorely mistaken" if she's banking on Clinton backers.
"It's only natural that he would support the more progressive alternative," Jeff Weaver says.
"He is going to be on the team," Durbin said of Sanders.
Sen. Merkley refuted the idea that Sanders didn't condemn violence from his supporters.
"He wants us to be just another country," Carlos Beruff said.
Rep. Tom Cole said that the GOP cannot afford a "a major riff or row."
Hannity says Ryan is leading a "circular firing squad" against Trump.
Alan Grayson and Patrick Murphy are competing for Marco Rubio's Senate seat.
"Haven't the Cuban people suffered enough?" asked Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-Fla.).
"We don't need any more of these personal, little slights," Kay Bailey Hutchison said.
Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine) said a Democratic president could nominate a more liberal judge.
“You have people, I believe, who do not understand how hard it is to make change," he said.