The White House said the picks are meant to reflect not only a commitment to bipartisanship but also a diverse range of regions and states.
HHS Secretary Xavier Becerra said comments he made that the government "absolutely" has a right to know who's been vaccinated were taken "wildly out of context."
In a speech today, Biden said, "We did not go to Afghanistan to nation build. Afghan leaders have to come together and drive toward a future,"
Some conservatives claim the press goes easy on President Joe Biden, but he may disagree.
During his presidential campaign, Biden proposed a tax credit of up to $15,000 to help American families buy their first homes.
The Republican senator said a global vaccination effort would "show the world what American leadership is all about."
Is it wise to pit every democracy against every autocracy and turn the complicated game of geopolitics into a simplistic, zero-sum existential struggle?
"Get over this political statement," Dr. Anthony Fauci said to those unvaccinated against COVID-19. "Just get over it and try and save the lives of yourself and your family."
"If Haiti just quietly sunk into the Caribbean or just rose up 300 feet, it wouldn't matter a whole lot to our interests," then-Senator Biden said in 1994.
White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said that the Biden administration "will determine attribution and make a decision accordingly."
The Georgia representative made the comparison weeks after apologizing for comparing COVID measures to the Holocaust.
Beijing responded on Wednesday after White House adviser Kurt Campbell described how "very assertive, determined" China is challenging the international order.
"Thank the Lord, 18 more months of chaos and the inability to get stuff done," Rep. Chip Roy (R-Texas) said. "That's what we want."
Despite Biden's claim that "democracy did prevail," most Republicans continue to blame Democrats for causing the riots.
Trump-era legislation stemming from industrial espionage fears must be reversed to allow Chinese students to study in the U.S., the "China Daily" has stated.
Russia's top diplomat Sergey Lavrov told Indonesian media the U.S had warned and outlined demands to Moscow since the Putin-Biden summit.
Tennessee is just one state that's had disputes involving anti-Biden flags with profanity.
Eric Trump comparatively called his father, the former president, a great "cheerleader for the United States of America," mentioning his red cap that had the country's name written on it.
Hundreds of Afghan security personnel were reportedly forced to retreat into Tajikistan over the weekend after Taliban fighters advanced in Northern Afghanistan.
Dick Morris claimed prosecutions against the Trump Organization are nothing more than an attempt to keep the former president quiet.
Florida's plan to use COVID-19 relief funding to provide $1,000 bonuses to nearly 180,000 educators could be at risk, after the Biden administration warned the proposal falls outside of the scope of how the money is supposed to be used.
While the president spoke of people physically coming together, the gaping split in public opinion on key issues of the day remains.
Michael McCaul (R-TX) said he was worried Democrats were "going to expand health care and education, have nothing to do with infrastructure."
Biden's address revolved around a push for vaccination against COVID-19 and promised Americans they would see their "brightest future" under his leadership.
In his address, Biden walked a tightrope of signaling progress in overcoming the virus while also placing emphasis on the dangers of emerging variants.
"Whatever the reason—some of it is ideologic, some of it is fundamentally anti-vaxxer, anti-science—but we just need to put that aside now," Fauci said.
"These three days in August are gonna change history…you can't change these packet captures, they're forever captured in time."
"I'm just asking them, when you do the physical exam include the cognitive assessment," Texas Rep. Ronny Jackson said.