Biden agreed with CNN moderator Don Lemon that the filibuster is "a relic of Jim Crow" that has been used to fight against civil rights legislation historically.
"It is important for the international community to speak up in support of the Cuban people," a State Department spokesperson told Newsweek.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy is set to visit U.S. President Joe Biden on August 30, just weeks after a deal was finally made between Germany and the U.S. on the Nord Stream 2 pipeline.
The Senate has blocked an effort to move forward on a massive infrastructure proposal, after Republicans said they needed more time on the $1.2 trillion plan.
Two sources familiar with the process confirmed to Newsweek that Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin has signed off on Army Sergeant 1st Class Alwyn C. Cashe receiving the Medal of Honor, and a third source aware of the proceedings said the White House was working to set a ceremony date.
The first lady will host a virtual get-together with members of Team USA and will attend the opening ceremony for the Olympics.
New polling reveals how the country feels about the vice president's job performance, and how her rating compares to the president's.
Pew Research Center's latest survey shows a huge swing in Republican economic pessimism since Biden replaced former President Donald Trump.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady has been friends with former President Donald Trump since they first met in 2001.
The tour would have seen the former Republican president visit hospitals and manufacturing plants across the USA, and Joe Biden "wouldn't know what to do."
Instead of taking the opportunity to reset U.S. relations with Iran, the Biden administration has mostly continued a course of aggression set by the last administration.
It's too soon to say, but in retrospect, we may be able to confidently judge that President Joe Biden's February move shortened the overall length of Yemen's strife, or at least shortened U.S. participation.
President Joe Biden's infrastructure deal—tailored to a bipartisan plan to get U.S. Senate approval—faces pushback from progressive Democrats in the U.S. House.
Polling shows Republicans are more accepting of Biden than Democrats were of Trump.
Rio Grande City Border Patrol Station agents apprehended the migrants in three large groups near the Mexican border in the small town of La Grulla, Texas.
Top Republicans and Democrats, including President Biden, are fighting Facebook and Twitter over the truth. Read Newsweek's live blog as the row escalates.
"I suspect time will reveal that masks, while arguably promoting health, also endanger the health of those who wear them," Brooks wrote in a letter to Biden on Monday.
Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez is spending several days in the U.S. this week—but a trip to the nation's capital is not on the agenda.
"We don't believe that requires an embroidered invitation to be a part of. But certainly, any role of anyone who has a platform where they can provide information to the public that the vaccine is safe..."
"China stands for upholding the international order based on international law, defending international fairness and justice, and opposing unilateral coercive measures in military, political, economic or other means," Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Zhao Lijian said.
"Anyone listening to [the misinformation] is getting hurt by it. It is killing people. It's bad information," President Biden said.
"Don't hesitate in putting sanctions on the cronies of the regime, on the wallet of the regime, to stop this violence as soon as possible," Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya said.
Abdullatif Nasser, who's in his mid-50's, was approved for repatriation by a review board in July 2016 but remained at Guantánamo under President Donald Trump.
The Texas senator made the comments during an interview with Fox News anchor Maria Bartiromo.
"Following this transfer today there are 39 detainees at Guantanamo Bay, 10 are eligible for transfer, 17 are eligible for periodic review boards, 10 are involved in the military commission process, and two detainees have been convicted," a senior administration official said.
"These are the richest companies in the world...there's absolutely no reason they shouldn't be able to monitor this better," Sen. Klobuchar said.
A senior U.S. administration official previewed the launch of a new campaign that seeks to demonstrate how China's Ministry of State Security "uses criminal contract hackers to conduct unsanctioned cyber operations globally, including for their own personal profit."
The Taliban is now believed to control about half of the 400 provinces in the country.