Paid family leave or a dedicated corps to address the climate crisis? Universal pre-kindergarten or expanded health care benefits for Medicare patients?
The president, a devout Catholic, supports an effort to pass abortion access in Congress. The pope has compared abortion to "hiring a hitman."
The president is expected to announce new efforts to address the growing supply chain disruption that is preventing Americans from getting crucial goods.
The U.S. House has agreed to punt the debate over the federal government debt to December, setting up another clash between Republicans and Democrats just two months from now.
After a brief recess, Congress will try to pass the $1 trillion infrastructure package and up to $3.5 trillion package to expand the social safety net.
The move "will conserve a multitude of sites that are culturally and spiritually important to Tribal Nations," according to the Biden administration.
The U.S. Senate has formally agreed to avert a looming debt crisis—but just for two months.
The RNC's statement accused the president of promoting "forced vaccine mandates on minorities."
The U.S. Senate appears to have narrowly avoided a federal financial crisis—pushing off the vote on the debt ceiling until December.
"This will moot Democrats' excuses about the time crunch they created," McConnell said in a statement about his offer.
Congress has until October 18 to raise the ceiling or risk default that would have widespread economic consequences.
President Joe Biden and Senate GOP Leader Mitch McConnell find themselves in a tense relationship, as Biden tries to get Congress to approve his agenda.
"The bottom line is, it's very simple, it's on his shoulders," the Senate's majority leader said about its minority leader.
Republicans and Democrats are at odds over lifting the debt ceiling before a potential default later this month.
President Joe Biden is taking it to the streets, or at least to the U.S. Capitol.
Some Democrats say they are not ready to fast-track a $1.2 trillion infrastructure package that would upgrade roads, bridges and broadband.
A key piece of President Joe Biden's agenda has stalled in the U.S. House, as Democratic leaders again delayed a vote on a $1.2 trillion infrastructure package amid partisan in-fighting.
Congress approved a temporary spending measure just hours before funding for most federal agencies would have been cut off.
Senator might have shot down Democrats' hopes of passing this week a $1.2 trillion infrastructure package that's a main part of President Joe Biden's agenda.
The House Democrats' splintering leaves a vote on the bill in the air as the GOP solidifies opposition.
The spectre of a federal government default has revived an offbeat suggestion among some Democrats, mint a $1 trillion platinum coin to shore up the Treasury.
Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez isn't yet on board with House Democratic leaders' plan to hold a vote Thursday on a bipartisan infrastructure package.
Democratic leaders face a critical crossroads this week as they try to pull together support on two of President Joe Biden's sweeping proposals while trying to prevent a federal government shutdown and a debt crisis.
The House speaker is defending an abortion rights bill the House is expected to take up this week.
Rep. Rashida Tlaib, the only Palestinian-American member of Congress, was rebuked by other members for saying, "the Israeli government is an apartheid regime."
"The debt limit is a shared responsibility, and I urge Congress to come together, in that spirit," House Speaker Nancy Pelosi wrote in a letter to members.
The U.S. Department of Justice has launched an emergency legal challenge to the Texas law, seeking to immediately block its enforcement.
GOP governors from 26 states sent a letter to President Joe Biden asking for an imminent meeting to discuss the ongoing situation at the U.S.-Mexico border.
"It was a mistake and I offer my sincere apology," United States General Kenneth McKenzie, the commander of the United States General Command, said on Friday.
Officials are bracing for Saturday protest at the Capitol building in support of the January 6 rioters.