"What is really needed is higher progressive taxation, including a wealth tax," Congressman Ro Khanna told Newsweek.
Just 22 percent of Americans want Biden to run again in 2024, with 61 percent opposed, according to a Decision Desk HQ poll.
Should they get behind it, the Democrats could tout baby bonds for generations as proof that they support American families—especially Black and Hispanic ones.
"Everything is possible when it comes to international relations," former Saudi Arabian Foreign Ministry official Salem al-Yami told Newsweek.
Biden has made inflation his top priority, but there's not much to cheer in the most recent data.
The Democrat appeared to give her Republican rivals the middle finger during the annual charity Congressional baseball game.
Editing of the 'recession' page on Wikipedia after new figures showed the US has entered an unofficial economic recession.
Ted Cruz and Steve Daines were among those seen celebrating after the GOP blocked the passing of the PACT Act.
A top Biden administration official has explained how the U.S. plans to contain Chinese aggression in the Pacific in coordination with American allies.
Biden last extended the pause on loan payments until August 31 and has said he will decide on any move on debt forgiveness by then.
The West Virginia senator said he doesn't believe voters in his state would support a national Democratic figure for president at this point.
"If the delivery of ammunition ceases, then all of those hi-tech systems we are receiving suddenly become nothing more than scrap metal," an official said.
Analysts generally predict that the GOP will win big in the November midterm, but recent polls suggest more voters want Democrats to control Congress.
Borrowing a phrase from the White House's own diplomatic playbook, a readout of their conversation said Xi "hoped that the U.S. will be clear-eyed about this."
Republican presidents have been more successful in surviving recessions, with Dwight D. Eisenhower, Richard Nixon and Ronald Reagan all wining re-election.
The video where Joe Biden speaks about the January 6 riots while his eyes are opened noticeably wide has been viewed over 7.8 million times on Twitter.
China's People's Liberation Army marks its 95th anniversary on August 1.
The White House is emphasizing that the U.S. has not yet entered a recession, but Thursday's GDP report was a troubling sign for the Biden administration.
Opinions differ on how long a recession could last. Several economists told Newsweek what to expect.
A survey released earlier this month found that a majority of Americans believe the United States is in a recession.
Lawmakers on both sides of the aisle are already warning about the strategic costs to U.S. credibility if the House Speaker backs down.
The Fox News host said the president had benefited from vaccines made possible by Donald Trump's Operation Warp Speed.
The Right to Contraception Act does nothing to improve women's access to birth control or to make it more affordable.
Comedians are increasingly targeting the president as he deals with a plummeting approval rating.
The leaders of the two major powers will talk over existing frictions as well as new uncertainties thrown up by Nancy Pelosi's travel plans.
The economy shrinks for second consecutive quarter, a recession by one common but unofficial definition, heaping more pressure on President Joe Biden.
Pelosi's visit is quickly becoming the Biden administration's first real test of the "guardrails" it has sought to establish with China in the last 18 months.