Former President Donald Trump continues to ramp up his feud with Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson, attacking the Republican state leader Thursday over his veto of a bill that targeted people who are transgender.
With Congress deeply divided, President Joe Biden is planning to take actions under his executive authority to try to address gun violence, following a wave of deadly shootings and concerns from advocates.
"We urge Russian authorities to take all necessary actions to ensure his safety and health," the White House press secretary said.
"It's core to our competitiveness," Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo told reporters.
President Joe Biden praised the accelerated vaccination in the United States—where a record four million shots were administered in a single day on Saturday, but his administration hasn't backed off his goal of having enough people vaccinated for an unrestricted July 4 holiday.
Members of Congress are responding to news of an incident at the U.S. Capitol that has left two police officers injured, with U.S. Senate GOP Leader Mitch McConnell tweeting that he's praying for the officers involved.
Those fully vaccinated against COVID-19 will be able to resume domestic and overseas travel without a mandatory self-quarantine or return testing if they wear masks in public, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said.
Infrastructure upgrades consistently poll well among the public. A Monmouth University poll released in January found 61 percent of the people surveyed rated transportation and infrastructure as "very important" or "extremely important."
Biden has signaled that his position is softening on upholding the Senate rule that requires support from 60 senators to pass most legislation.
World Cup champion Rapinoe has been a leader in the U.S. women's national soccer team's fight for equal pay.
U.S. Senator Rick Scott, a Florida Republican who heads the GOP's Senate fundraising arm, wants former President Donald Trump's help in the 2022 election, but he's asking him to hold off a bit.
The senator reaffirmed that he doesn't support two restrictions on gun purchases that President Joe Biden says could prevent more deadly mass shootings.
President Joe Biden said he's "devastated" by the mass shooting in Boulder, Colorado, that left 10 people dead—just days after a separate mass killing that left eight people dead in Georgia.
President Joe Biden's critics have seized on the burgeoning crisis along the southern border as the White House continues its victory lap following the passage of a nearly $2 trillion coronavirus relief package in a partisan vote.
President Joe Biden is strongly rebuking the surge in racist attacks against Asian Americans that has been stoked by the coronavirus pandemic and highlighted after a gunman killed eight people in Georgia this week—six of them Asian women.
At a House hearing, the congresswoman told the homeland security secretary about a classmate kidnapped by an immigrant who was in the country illegally.
President Joe Biden has no regrets about calling Russian President Vladimir Putin a killer, even as the remark prompted a broad backlash from the Kremlin.
President Joe Biden and his predecessor, Donald Trump, have both recently celebrated that most Americans can be vaccinated for COVID-19 in the coming months—a record pace for a novel virus. But just who deserves credit for the effort is drawing a sharp divide among them and their supporters.
The White House told reporters about the event slated for next Thursday but hasn't yet given a time.
The president's comments come just a day after a group of House Republicans traveled to the southern border to draw attention to the growing influx of immigrants.
Congress has poured nearly $800 billion over the past year into helping prop up businesses deeply impacted by the coronavirus pandemic and ensure workers keep their jobs through the Paycheck Protection Program, but President Joe Biden and advocates are rallying around the PPP to do more.
More Republicans were more familiar with the efforts to pull Dr. Seuss books due to racist imagery than the details of the $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief package pushed by President Joe Biden, according to a new survey.
After Congress passes a $1.9 trillion coronavirus stimulus package, President Joe Biden is expected to start building support around an infrastructure package that will create jobs and modernize the nation's crumbling transportation system.
The White House is mostly tiptoeing around the discussion about the couple's bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey.
The road to passing President Joe Biden's priority coronavirus relief package just got a lot longer.
The administration is urging people to continue wearing masks and observing other COVID-19 prevention measures, even as some states move toward loosening—or all together ending—restrictions that were put in place to slow the deadly coronavirus pandemic.
He added on Tuesday it's "not enough to have the vaccine supply" and cited efforts to build up mass vaccination centers.
The House Democrat said Tuesday he was never aware of rumblings or allegations of the New York governor harassing women before three came forward recently with such claims.
There's no evidence that "fake Trump supporters" or leftists in disguise took part in the riot, Wray testified Tuesday, pushing back on a popular narrative among conservatives.
The homeland security secretary is urging people to wait before traveling to the U.S. while the Biden administration tries to iron out its immigration plan.