The president recently referred to "MAGA Republicans" as he defended his administration's achievements.
The Department of the Interior has previously canceled leases in Alaska due to a lack of interest from the industry.
The president has again declined to assert executive privilege to prevent a trove of emails and other records from being released by the National Archives.
Biden criticized Senate Republicans for voting against the bill, but he did not extend that criticism to Democratic Senator Joe Manchin, who voted with the GOP.
Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin said that a conflict with NATO is a fight that Vladimir Putin "really doesn't want to have and that would very quickly escalate."
Biden continues to say that Russia's president is a key factor in the nation's soaring inflation rate.
The GOP leader called the new bureau "'a scheme conjured up by Washington Democrats to grant themselves the authority to control free speech."
The former Democratic Representative also said that the real intention of the U.S. Government was to complete the "destruction of the Russian state."
The South Carolina senator said Biden is the "best person" to have post-January 6, while suggesting Trump "went too far."
Confirming Steve Dettelbach is crucial to ensuring the robust implementation and enforcement of gun regulations and laws, and finally leading the agency into the 21st century in its efforts to stop gun trafficking.
Two Senate Democrats have indicated they would possibly cut a deal with Republicans regarding White House plans to rescind Title 42 immigration restrictions.
Vernon Jones, who is running for a House seat in Georgia, said he would send illegal migrants to Representatives Ilhan Omar and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
In an interview with Newsweek, former NATO Secretary-General Anders Fogh Rasmussen says a "division of the world into two camps, an autocratic and democratic camp, is inevitable."
A new poll has found that 47 percent of Americans disapprove of how President Biden is handling the economy.
President Biden's sister told a British morning show that Meghan would make a good potential Democratic presidential candidate, and would be "welcome" to join.
"Putin is perverting history, changing history—or attempting to change it, I should say—to justify his unprovoked and unjustified war," Jen Psaki said.
U.S. military and intelligence analysts extracted clues about Russia's next moves.
The bill will give President Joe Biden more authority to send military equipment to the Eastern European nation.
There are unconfirmed reports that Gerasimov was wounded while on the frontlines in eastern Ukraine.
If you worked really hard, you might be able to come up with an idea as unappealing as a government disinformation board.
Former Attorney General Eric Holder said Sunday that he thinks "there's going to be sufficient factual information" to indict Trump.
Republican Senator Lindsey Graham warned Sunday that "if Putin's still standing after all of this, then the world's going to be a very dark place."
"You don't get to take away my bodily autonomy and get [to] enjoy your Saturday at home. You can do one or the other," one protester said Saturday.
Although Republicans overall look to be favored to take back power, recent polls show mixed results.
The president appeared to lament the partisan divisions in the modern Senate during remarks in Ohio.
At a rally in Pennsylvania on Friday, Trump played a "sad" video showing Biden stuttering, before demanding that the president take a "cognitive test."
Whatever Russian President Vladimir Putin decides, Russia will be weaker and less wealthy as a result.
U.S inflation rose to 8.5 percent in March, while GDP declined by an annualized 1.4 percent in the first quarter of 2022.
Former President Donald Trump said last year that the Democratic contender "might be better" than incumbent GOP Governor Brian Kemp.
Multiple social media posts were critical of the president after he made the comment during a White House event.