The Biden administration has partnered with Google to make it easier for people to locate free testing sites.
The FDA approved two antiviral oral COVID-19 treatments this week as cases surge and the Omicron variant spreads. The live updates for this blog have ended.
President Joe Biden announced on Tuesday that the White House was purchasing 500 million at-home COVID-19 tests to be sent to Americans for free.
The moratorium on loan repayments is set to end on February 1, despite the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Studies vary on how well the tests can identify positive cases, but false positive results are said to be rare.
Fauci said it's possible only those who have had a booster shot could be considered by the government as "fully vaccinated."
The president tested negative for COVID-19 on Monday following a close contact with a positive case.
The former president spoke to Fox News after Joe Biden thanked his administration for the Operation Warp Speed vaccine rollout.
In this daily series, Newsweek explores the steps that led to the January 6 Capitol Riot.
The West Virginia Democrat previously said he was not considering making the switch amid clashes with his party.
The president insisted that "schools should be safer than ever from COVID-19" despite an escalating surge of the Omicron variant.
The Bureau of Land Management approved two solar facilities in California, and issued a call for land to be nominated for projects in the three other states.
The president spoke with intensity while answering questions about his stalled plan following an address on COVID-19.
"We all want this to be over, but we're still in it," the president said of the COVID-19 pandemic. "This is a critical moment."
The same coal industry leaders who praised Manchin's opposition to clean energy provisions now urge him to support BBB's provisions to help ailing workers.
Biden also credited his administration for ramping up access to the vaccines and getting millions of Americans vaccinated.
"Maybe one of the few things he and I agree on," Biden said in his Tuesday speech about the Omicron variant.
"You got to hope it's a nowhere to go but up situation," a top Democratic pollster told Newsweek.
The most recent fundraising reports show the Republican National Committee has surpassed their Democratic rivals.
Biden's first year in office has been beset by economic problems and a raging pandemic, which could significantly hurt Democrats in the 2022 midterms.
"I don't have any personal feelings about this," Harris told CBS' "Face the Nation" about Manchin's reversal on the Build Back Better plan.
The Biden administration has announced it will provide free at-home COVID-19 tests for all Americans who want them.
Resorting to stereotypes about "poor, illiterate... strung out" hicks in the hills and hollows is out of order. Let's call it what it is: bigotry. And it's why Democrats continue to lose in states like West Virginia.
The British government is struggling with fallout from Christmas parties that allegedly violated COVID-19 rules.
President Joe Biden is expected to unveil additional measures to combat the surge in Omicron cases.
The Fox News anchor Tucker Carlson said a Marist poll should be of concern for Democratic strategists.
As the latest COVID wave hits the country, the U.S. president's pandemic response comes under intense scrutiny, inviting comparisons to that of his predecessor.
The comments came after national security adviser Jake Sullivan said U.S. policy was geared toward sustaining deterrence.