Images showing civilian bodies dead in the streets of Bucha, Ukraine have sparked international outrage.
The former president is scheduled to stump for local Republican candidates at the Michigan Stars Sports Center.
"I have nothing to confirm about my length of public service or planned service, or anything about consideration of next plans," Biden's press secretary said.
The findings come as Biden battles rising inflation and the Russia-Ukraine war, and Trump looks to assert his influence over the 2022 midterm elections.
"They're making judgments about the air we breathe..., and we don't even know what their ethical standard is?" House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Thursday.
"This to me is a Band-Aid," one expert told Newsweek, "and we have to really look at a longer-term solution."
Just 34 percent of U.S. adults approve of President Joe Biden's handling of the economy, a new poll found.
"He's lost my trust," the Republican leader said of Cawthorn.
China is facing pressure from the West to condemn Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
The senior SCOTUS justice has faced calls to recuse himself after text messages sent from his wife revealed support for efforts to overturn the 2020 election results.
The White House said it will not assert executive privilege over the testimony of Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump.
The Senate Judiciary Committee will meet on April 4 to consider Jackson's nomination.
Tennessee Governor Bill Lee is reviewing a bill that would place residency requirements on candidates running for U.S. House or Senate.
Conservatives argue those who are opposed to the law haven't read it in its entirety.
GOP members of the Senate Judiciary Committee said Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson was too lenient her sentencing in child pornography cases.
"It's really unprecedented that you have a federal judge who is saying that a sitting president committed a crime," one legal expert told Newsweek.
The administration is calling on Congress to enact a 20 percent minimum tax on households worth $100 million or more.
Trump has endorsed two candidates in the Peach State: Herschel Walker for U.S. Senate and David Perdue for governor.
A new poll found Lake, who was endorsed by Donald Trump last year, leading the second-place Republican candidate by 22 percentage points.
It remains unclear if Jackson will see any Republican support when the Senate votes next month on her confirmation.
Up to 100,000 Ukrainians and others fleeing Russia's invasion will be welcomed to the U.S., according to a senior Biden administration official.
Senate Judiciary Chairman Dick Durbin advised Senator Ted Cruz to "play by the rules" as his questioning time expired on Wednesday.
The Supreme Court case could fundamentally alter college admissions policies.
The Supreme Court nominee responded by saying that she didn't watch the Kavanaugh hearings and had no comment on them.
"No senator, you don't read it correctly," SCOTUS nominee Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson told North Carolina's Thom Tillis during her confirmation hearing.
Jackson repeatedly emphasized that she has never studied critical race theory and that it doesn't apply to her work as a judge.
The Supreme Court nominee said that she agreed with the conservative justice that the landmark abortion decision is settled law.
"As you know there is no religious test in the Constitution," SCOTUS nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson told the South Carolina Republican senator during the second day of her confirmation hearings.
Several Republican lawmakers have accused Jackson of being "soft" on crime.
Senate Judiciary Chairman Dick Durbin called the hearing for Joe Biden's Supreme Court nominee a "proud day for America."