Debt ceiling: Bill on its way to House floor after clearing key hurdle
Under fire from conservatives, House Speaker Kevin McCarthy is hunting for votes from fellow Republicans for the debt ceiling deal.
Tina Turner: White House, politicians, celebs react to legendary singer's death
The 12-time Grammy winner was known for her unique sound and fashion and received an outpouring of love on social media.
House votes to cancel Biden’s $400 billion student loan handout
The House voted Wednesday to repeal President Biden’s plan to forgo more than $400 billion in federally backed student loan debt.
2024 presidential election: Biden expected to tap Julie Rodriguez to run campaign
Biden has yet to formally launch his reelection campaign, but Julie Rodriguez -- who's the granddaughter of labor leader Cesar Chavez and labor activist Helen Fabela Chávez -- is expected to manage it.
Biden: Feds 'not leaving' Mississippi town hit by deadly tornado
Last week's tornado destroyed roughly 300 homes and businesses in Rolling Fork and the nearby town of Silver City. The death toll in Mississippi stood at 21. One person died in Alabama, as well.
Biden: Putin made 'big mistake' by suspending US arms treaty
Biden condemned the Russian decision to pull back from the treaty, known as New START. The move is expected to have an immediate impact on U.S. visibility into Russian nuclear activities.
Biden makes unannounced visit to Ukraine: 'One year later, Kyiv stands'
President Joe Biden’s Monday visit was a gesture of solidarity that comes days before the one-year anniversary of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
Biden, Brazil’s Lula focus on democracy, climate during White House visit
The two leaders met Friday to discuss efforts to safeguard democracy, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, and climate change, including efforts to stem deforestation of the Amazon.
SOTU: Biden pushes for insulin cost caps
Democrats tried to cap the price of insulin last year when they controlled both houses and fell short of the votes needed.
State of the Union: Biden says US is ‘unbowed, unbroken’ in 2023 address
Biden’s speech before a politically divided Congress comes as the nation struggles with economic uncertainty, a wearying war in Ukraine, and growing tensions with China.
State of the Union special guests include Tyre Nichols' family, Bono, and more
This year's guests are said to "personify issues or themes to be addressed by the President in his speech."
State of the Union 2023: What to watch for during Biden's address
Expect lots of new faces and fresh political dynamics as President Joe Biden delivers this year’s State of the Union address.
Most Democrats don’t want Biden to seek a second term in 2024, poll finds
Many poll respondents suggest President Joe Biden’s age is a liability, with some focusing on his coughing, gaffes, and the possibility that the world's most stressful job would be better for someone younger.
What will ending the COVID-19 emergency look like in the US?
Many Americans will see changes to their insurance and other measures once the emergency comes to an end.
Former U.S. leaders asked to recheck for classified docs
The National Archives sent a letter to past U.S. presidents and vice presidents Thursday to check their records after classified documents were discovered at President Joe Biden’s home and former Vice President Mike Pence’s residence.
US to send 31 Abrams tanks to Ukraine
Until now, the U.S. has resisted providing its own tanks to Ukraine.
FBI searched Biden's home, found more classified documents: lawyer
A lawyer for the president said the search took place Friday.
Illegal U.S.-Mexico border crossings surge to highest levels since Biden took office
U.S. authorities stopped migrants 251,487 times along the Mexican border in December.
Ron Klain, Biden's chief of staff, expected to leave White House
Ron Klain's tenure as chief of staff is the longest for a Democratic president in modern times.
By the numbers: A look at President Biden's first 2 years in office
President Joe Biden notches two years in office on Friday, Jan. 20. The story of the first half of his term, at least by the numbers, is a mixed bag.