President Biden and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau won't be able to meet in person because of COVID-19 constraints. But the White House is trying to simulate the experience.
President Biden said that "even those opposed to the conviction, like Senate Minority Leader McConnell, believe Donald Trump was guilty of a 'disgraceful dereliction of duty'."
President Biden has called his predecessor's "Remain in Mexico" program for asylum-seekers "inhumane." Next week, a new program begins, but details are still being worked out.
President Biden continued his hands-off approach to the impeachment trial of his predecessor. Asked whether he would watch the trial, Biden said: "I am not."
The president is not waiting around for Republicans to come around to his sweeping $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief package. "We can't do too much here. We can do too little," Biden said Friday.
Congressional committees now move to the next stage of finalizing the details of President Biden's $1.9 trillion bill. Democrats are using a process that can pass the legislation on a party-line vote.
In dozens of local TV interviews, Zoom meetings and conference calls, the Biden administration is trying to build support for its $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief package.
While border wall opponents are celebrating, they also say the fight may not be over. Environmental activists want wildlife corridors restored; others oppose security measure like cameras and drones.
The president is pledging "unity," but the word means different things to different people. For him, it appears to be about tone, not necessarily direction.
President Biden's Iran policy is significantly different from that of his predecessor. But there are some things started by former President Donald Trump that Biden plans to build on.
The Biden administration had Day 1 plans for the pandemic, economy and climate change. Experts say they haven't yet seen that same focus on the addiction crisis, which is killing 220 people a day.
The acting U.S. ambassador to the U.N. announced a renewed commitment to the two-state solution for the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, and a resumption of U.S. contact with Palestinian leaders.
President Biden is only the nation's second Catholic president, but his position on abortion rights is at odds with the church.
After a chaotic four years, Biden is calling for calm. A new tone was set, but a return to the same old partisan bickering won't solve the problem of millions fed a daily diet of false information.
Biden will send Congress a proposal that would protect millions of people from deportation, marking a dramatic turn from President Trump's hardline immigration tack.