Tuesday on Political Rewind: Herschel Walker's second accuser appears on Good Morning America. A new AJC poll leans towards a runoff in the Senate.
Wednesday on Political Rewind: A record number of Georgians are already casting their ballots. This comes as President Biden says he'll prioritize codifying Roe v. Wade into law if Democrats take control of Congress. Meanwhile, Georgia's restrictive abortion law was a central theme in the debate for attorney general.
Democratic state Sen. Jen Jordan is leading with her advocacy of abortion rights as she challenges incumbent Republican Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr. The two candidates also disagree over who would best protect Georgians from crime and the best approach to protect consumers and encourage businesses.
The Justice Department is leading an effort to monitor changes in state law after the Supreme Court overturned the constitutional right to abortion.
Former president Donald Trump said in a statement that he has had no option but to use the Fifth Amendment in the New York attorney general's investigation into his business practices.
Dr. Caitlin Bernard has threatened to sue Republican Attorney General Todd Rokita for "false and misleading statements" he made after she provided a medication abortion for the girl from Ohio.
Both Rep. Liz Cheney and former Attorney General Bill Barr referenced 2,000 Mules, a pro-Trump film, during Monday's Jan. 6 committee hearing. In his testimony, Barr said he was "unimpressed" with it.
Trump's pick to serve as Georgia's top law enforcement official is being sued.
One of the accusations says prices for local restaurants on the app and website are typically higher than in-store prices, despite Grubhub saying they are the same.
The Justice Department on Friday outlined a broad new push to support crime victims, including coordinating with state and local authorities in cases where federal charges won't be brought.
The New York state attorney general's office detailed multiple incidents of harassment or inappropriate comments made by Gov. Andrew Cuomo and said he created a "hostile work environment."
Keith Ellison, who led the prosecution of former officer Derek Chauvin for the murder of George Floyd, wasn't sure they were going to win. "Accountability just doesn't happen very much," he says.
Georgia Sen. Jen Jordan, an Atlanta attorney and Democrat, announced Wednesday she is running for state attorney general against the Republican incumbent, Chris Carr.
The organization had filed for bankruptcy and said it would reincorporate in Texas.