President Joe Biden signed a bipartisan resolution on Thursday that makes Juneteenth, the celebration of the end of slavery, a national holiday.
Russian President Vladimir Putin gave high marks for U.S. President Joe Biden after their meeting in Switzerland this week—despite their rocky relationship of the past.
President Joe Biden is expected to sign into law Thursday afternoon legislation that will establish June 19 as the Juneteenth National Independence Day, commemorating the end of slavery in the United States.
The amount of habitat protected in the United States must be dramatically increased if species extinctions are to be averted.
The U.S. president came bearing gifts when the two leaders met face-to-face for the first time since Biden took office.
The Department of Justice has now charged current or former members of every branch of the armed services.
Organic and non-GMO ingredients should be used whenever possible, and should be sourced responsibly and ethically with stringent policies in place.
Clearing federal death row is the only way to make sure that the U.S. government does not execute an innocent person.
"I will be honest with you, I am existentially exhausted. I am so tired of statements. I am so tired of hashtags and thoughts and prayers," Brandon Wolf said.
As world leaders gather in Cornwall, England this week, one issue will be at the forefront of their plans: Defeat the coronavirus pandemic that has crippled the world the past year and prevent it from happening again.
"Thank you to the Department of the Interior Inspector General for Completely and Totally exonerating me in the clearing of Lafayette Park!," former President Donald Trump said after the report's release.
U.S. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell ripped the Biden administration on Wednesday for cutting off infrastructure negotiations with U.S. Sen. Shelley Moore Capito, who has had multiple conversations directly with the president in recent days to try to hash out an agreement that GOP lawmakers.
Tlaib is the latest progressive to express disappointment over the Biden administration's U-turn on immigration policy.
U.S. Senator Joe Manchin's meeting with civil rights leaders about proposed voting reform laws and the Senate filibuster was "very productive and very informative," he told reporters after it ended, but it didn't change his mind about either.
During her first overseas trip as vice president, Kamala Harris stressed the connection between the environment and migration that has overwhelmed the United States southern border in recent months.
The Biden administration should immediately review whether there is any legitimate basis for continuing to detain Omar Ameen, a resettled Iraqi refugee in the U.S., who has roots and a family with four children in Sacramento, or to continue to push for his deportation.
"It's going to be really something special," the former president said in a NRSC fundraising video.
The U.S. Department of Justice announced Saturday it will cease its longtime controversial practice of secretly obtaining journalists' records during leak investigations.
The White House has dismissed the possibility of firing the prominent public health official.
White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki took a rare dig at former President Donald Trump following news of Trump's two-year ban—with possible extension depending on his behavior—from Facebook on Friday.
The president says he isn't bothered by Fauci's GOP critics who have called for his firing after a trove of his emails made headlines this week.
Congress must take the lead in protecting our government, our corporations and our citizens against one of the most pressing foreign threats to our national security.
Tom Bossert said Trump gave Russia "latitude to act and regroup" when he didn't hold the country accountable following cyberattacks.
President Joe Biden has signed an executive order to extend a ban on United States investments with certain Chinese companies that was first instituted by his predecessor, Donald Trump.
The 2024 candidates for president will not square off on a debate stage for at least another 39 months, but the Republican Party already is demanding changes from the nonpartisan Commission on Presidential Debates before agreeing its candidate will take part.
"Two members of the Senate...vote more with my Republican friends," the president said Tuesday.