The Senate minority leader criticized the new president and his administration for being "apparently content to maintain the same vaccine pace they inherited."
Normally, a Supreme Court justice would preside over the trial, but the Constitution never specified what happens when a former president faces trial in the Senate.
Along with commuting the sentences of all 50 people on federal death row, Democrats are urging Biden to end the death penalty "once and for all."
License plate readers picked up Dominick Madden traveling "in a manner that was consistent" with a person going to Washington, D.C., the FBI said.
Majority Whip Dick Durbin said Biden's COVID relief package is "really important" in part because of the money that's allocated for vaccinations.
Now that there's a new administration in town, Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, said he feels free to "let the science speak."
FBI was able to identify Michael Joseph Foy as the individual who was seen in videos "aggressively" swinging a hockey stick at an officer on the ground.
President Biden rescinded Trump's withdrawal from the World Health Organization, and Dr. Anthony Fauci said the U.S. would resume its funding.
Patrick Edward McCaughey III was arrested on Tuesday after a person who's known him since childhood tipped the FBI off about his identity.
One of President Joe Biden's top priorities is extending the deferral of student loan payments and interest accrual.
Biden asked those who didn't support him as president to give him a chance and urged people to open their souls and show tolerance.
Given Trump's decision not to attend the inauguration, experts speculated that the president would buck the tradition of leaving a note for his successor, but he proved them wrong on Wednesday.
Trump came through on delivering a new coronavirus vaccine in record time, but the administration overpromised and underdelivered on getting it into people's arms.
When looking at the raw numbers of pardons and commutations, the president is low on the list compared to his predecessors as he granted clemency to only about 1.7 percent of the people who petitioned him for it.
Trump reportedly told those who gathered, including members of the press, that it was the "honor" of his lifetime.
Republicans have little, if anything, in common with Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez when it comes to policies, but they've taken notice of her political prowess.
More people in America have died from the new coronavirus than U.S. service members in battle during any single war.
Trump not leaving a note could signal that the president is eying a 2024 run and serve as a "drumbeat" to his supporters, one political historian stated.
Vaccine distribution has been left up to states, and some are moving faster with inoculations than others.
President Donald Trump's presidency will be marred with the Capitol riot and a historic second impeachment.
Senator Chuck Schumer has pushed for the Capitol rioters to be put on the no-fly list, but it's unclear if any of them are on the list of names the TSA is currently processing.
There are "breadcrumbs" of organization, according to the acting U.S. attorney for the District of Columbia.
Security is ramping up in Washington D.C. ahead of President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration and judges are telling defendants in the Capitol riots to "stay away."
President-elect Joe Biden is making the coronavirus crisis one of his top priorities, and those hoping for another stimulus check may be in luck.
Yang announced his candidacy for New York City mayor on Wednesday and has plans to launch the "largest basic income program" in the country.
Seefried was identified as the man photographed holding a Confederate flag in front of a portrait of Charles Sumner, an abolitionist senator from Massachusetts, outside the Senate chamber.
Nearly a year into the pandemic, the world still doesn't know where the new coronavirus originated from and experts are warning we may never have a full picture of how the pandemic began.
The House of Representatives impeached Trump on Wednesday and unlike in 2019, when no Republicans voted in favor of impeachment, this time around members of the president's own party joined the effort.
Representative Louie Gohmert defended President Donald Trump against the impeachment effort, saying if his rhetoric warranted impeachment, so did Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi's.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Trump's "incitement of insurrection" before the Capitol riot "clearly constitutes criminal activity."