States with low vaccination rates are driving a new coronavirus wave sweeping over the nation, with the much more transmissible Delta strain filing hospitals across the southern U.S.
Last week, President Biden raised eyebrows when he announced that federal civilian workers would be required to be vaccinated against COVID-19, or face measures such as frequent testing, yet didn’t extend that mandate to members of the military.
With extreme weather disasters making headlines almost daily this summer, Congress appears ready to start spending billions of dollars to fight climate change.
While the Senate voted to move forward with a bipartisan infrastructure deal, President Biden and congressional leadership must still navigate rifts between the caucus’ ideological wings.
Rep. Adam Kinzinger, one of two Republicans serving on the select committee investigating the Jan. 6 Capitol riot, delivered an emotional opening statement Tuesday in which he took aim at members of his own party and praised the bravery of the police who battled rioters for hours.
In a fiery speech Tuesday in Philadelphia, President Biden took aim at former President Donald Trump and his unfounded claims that his loss in the 2020 election was due to widespread voter fraud.
Teen pop sensation Olivia Rodrigo will visit the White House Wednesday as part of the administration’s effort to promote vaccinations to young Americans.
Embracing the role of “consoler in chief,” the president traveled to the tight-knit community just north of Miami to offer comfort for families of the victims of the building collapse, and first responders still hoping to find survivors in the rubble.
Fox News host Tucker Carlson continued to insist Tuesday that the National Security Agency had spied on his email and text communications and planned to leak sensitive information in an effort to "take this show off the air."
With a semiconductor shortage crippling broad swaths of the American economy, in particular the automotive sector, Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo is working to open semiconductor factories in the United States.
President Biden hit the road Tuesday to continue making the case that a bipartisan and pared-down version of the infrastructure bill is necessary, as the plan’s future teeters amid congressional negotiations.
"I have always believed that there is nothing our nation can’t do when we decide to do it together," writes President Biden of the bipartisan agreement to move forward on key portions of his infrastructure plan.
Rising worries about crime among both Democrats and Republicans are starting to create a drag on President Biden’s approval rating, according to a new Yahoo News/YouGov poll — and could signal larger challenges for the president’s party ahead of the 2022 midterm elections.
Before designating a national memorial on Friday at the site of the deadly 2016 Pulse nightclub shooting, the president drew a parallel between the families of the victims in Orlando and those waiting for news about loved ones missing in Surfside.
President Biden announced Thursday that the White House and a group of bipartisan senators had reached a deal on a framework for a $579 billion infrastructure plan.
President Biden on Wednesday announced his administration's plan to combat rising rates of violent crime that plague major cities across the United States by further clamping down on gun violence.
President Biden continues to hold a higher approval rating than former President Donald Trump ever recorded in office, polls show. But the public's support for the new president appears to be weakening as his agenda has stalled in Congress.
The Roman Catholic bishops of the U.S. voted on Friday to begin drafting new guidance that could deny President Biden and other pro-choice public officials Communion due to their support of abortion rights, placing Biden at the center of a political and religious clash.
President Biden doesn't believe the U.S. will see any new lockdowns in the coming months, even as he warned about the new Delta variant of the coronavirus.
Rep. Ronny Jackson, R-Texas — former President Donald Trump's controversial ex-doctor — sent a letter to President Biden on Thursday demanding that he take a cognitive test and make the results public.
President Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris signed into law a bill establishing Juneteenth National Independence Day, a celebration designating the end of slavery in the United States, as a federal holiday.
For the first time in nearly 15 months, daily deaths from COVID-19 nationwide have fallen below an average of 300 for the last seven days, providing further evidence that the pandemic is in abeyance across the United States.
The House of Representatives passed a bill Wednesday making Juneteenth, the day commemorating the official end of slavery in the United States, a federal holiday.
At a press conference following his meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Geneva, Switzerland, on Wednesday, President Biden disputed a journalist’s characterization of Chinese President Xi Jinping as an “old friend."
“[The program] stands likely to leave millions of families — disproportionately the poorest and most fragile ones — behind.”
“[Paying] families monthly, instead of one lump sum ... will provide parents with more stability knowing when cash is coming.”
“More parents will disappear from the workforce, and more children will be locked into dependency.”
“Poverty is a political choice, not an inevitability.”
“Time is running out. There are only six months until monthly payments of the credit cease."