President Joe Biden and Republican Senators remain at an impasse after the GOP rejected Biden's latest bid for his infrastructure plan. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg has indicated that Biden and his allies may go it alone if they don't reach a consensus with the GOP by June 7.
A trucking association president said the closure of the I-40 bridge over the Mississippi River is costing the shipping industry $2 million a day.
"Remember what they have been through...make sure to show some appreciation and respect," said the U.S. transportation secretary on Sunday.
The American Jobs Plan introduced by President Joe Biden and Secretary Pete Buttigieg is a significant step towards building a public transit system for the 21st century.
"There's six or seven other Democrats who feel very strongly about this. We have to be competitive," the West Virginia senator said.
The transportation secretary defended the proposal, describing it as the "biggest investment in American job creation" introduced since World War II, during an appearance on ABC News' 'This Week.'
President Joe Biden recently unveiled his infrastructure plan, which is estimated to cost between $2.2 and $2.7 trillion.
Carlson told Williams that he had not taught him "one thing" during the segment on Monday night's episode of "The Five."
The Florida Republican governor said Sunday his state's housing and economic situation is "thriving."
The Missouri Republican has voted "nay" for all six of Biden's Cabinet nominees who have come up for a Senate confirmation vote.
President-elect Joe Biden has been steadily rolling out his picks for major positions within his cabinet--a list of well-known faces, including several who served alongside him in the Obama administration.
If Buttigieg assumes the role, he would become the first openly gay person to serve as a cabinet secretary after receiving Senate confirmation.
People celebrating Biden's victory appropriated Conway's 2016 tweet that said that Trump's win was a "Landslide. Blowout. Historic."
The former Democratic presidential nominee noted GDP growth under Barack Obama was faster than during the presidency of Donald Trump.
"There is a profound difference between what will happen in this country if there are four more years of this president or if Joe Biden becomes president," the former Democratic presidential candidate said.
Pete Buttigieg appeared on Fox News yet again to defend the Bidens and divert the conversation back to Trump.
The political figures debated constitutional originalism on Twitter after Cruz introduced a proposed amendment to prohibit court-packing on Monday.
The president's support among white evangelical Protestants and white Catholics appears to have declined somewhat since 2016.
Buttigieg suggested that Barrett's confirmation could threaten the right of same-sex couples to marry.
"We know that the Republicans would love to talk about literally anything other than their effort to destroy American health care protections," Pete Buttigieg said
Buttigieg's remarks from a 2019 town hall have gained renewed attention and praise as abortion rights become an election issue.
The former mayor of South Bend, Indiana, had experienced working with the Vice President when he was the state's governor.
The former South Bend mayor questioned why a committed Christian like Pence supports a man who has slept with a pornographic actor.
"Two justices now openly call for an end to marriage equality—knowing reinforcements are on the way," Pete Buttigieg tweeted.
The former Democratic presidential candidate is reportedly helping Kamala Harris prepare for Wednesday's upcoming debate against Pence.
Andrew Yang and John Hickenlooper are two of several 2020 Democratic presidential candidates who joined Biden's campaign team after suspending their own.
"You could either be a John McCain Republican or a Donald Trump Republican. But you've got to choose," the military veteran and former South Bend, Indiana, mayor said Friday.
"Love makes my marriage real," said former South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg, "but political courage made it possible."
"The bottom line is, you have to pay for what you get," the former Democratic presidential candidate said.
Democratic voters across the country largely rejected the candidates pushing for universal health care in the primary race.