Mehmet Oz

Sen. John Fetterman acknowledges having “dark conversations” about harming himself before he hit “the emergency brake” and sought treatment for depression.
His staff said he has no signs of another stroke, but will have more tests.
"He's not one of us," Fetterman said of his Republican opponent. Deriding Oz as an elite outsider unequipped to fight for Pennsylvanians was a core theme of Fetterman's campaign.
“She doesn’t like being in the news. She certainly doesn’t like her name being attached to the rants and ravings of her husband,” said CNN's Kate Bennett.
The victorious Democrat couldn't resist one last reference to this infamous campaign moment.
John Fetterman thanked his supporters after beating Republican rival Dr. Mehmet Oz in the race to become Pennsylvania’s next senator.
The lieutenant governor’s projected victory over Republican Mehmet Oz is a remarkable feat for a candidate who suffered a nearly fatal stroke in May.
"The Daily Show" host offered a few noteworthy comparisons to make his point about Oprah's endorsement.
A Pennsylvania court has said mail-in ballots may not be counted if they lack accurate handwritten dates on the exterior envelopes.