The annual inflation rate eased somewhat in April, but not enough to meaningfully reduce the burden on lower-income Americans.
In an address from the White House Tuesday, President Biden contrasted his administration's plans to tackle rising costs with what he called Republicans' "ultra-MAGA" plan.
Biden says the reasoning in the leaked Supreme Court draft would mean "every other decision related to the notion of privacy is thrown into question," including contraception and gay marriage.
The antiviral pill is available to patients older than 12 who have tested positive for COVID and are at risk for developing a severe case of the disease.
Speaking about easing restrictions on higher-ethanol gasoline amid spiking fuel costs, Biden said prices shouldn't "hinge on whether a dictator declares war and commits genocide a half a world away."
The vote on the historic nomination was 53 to 47, with three Republicans voting with Democrats. When sworn in this summer, Jackson will be the first Black woman on the Supreme Court.
The U.S is planning its largest-ever release from its Strategic Petroleum Reserve. Here's what to know about the country's emergency oil stash.
Some 72% of Americans have confidence in the Ukrainian president's handling of world affairs, a Pew Research Center survey finds. Meanwhile, just 48% say the same about U.S. President Biden.
President Biden signed the Emmett Till Antilynching Act into law, the culmination of more than a century of efforts to designate lynching as a federal hate crime.
As Saturday draws to an end in Kyiv and in Moscow, here are the key developments of the day.
The CEOs argue that the increase in vaccinations and the lifting of restrictions in other countries should make the Biden administration reconsider the policy for travelers.
A White House official declined to lay out the specifics of any potential U.S. response, but said that Biden was "detailed" and "direct" with the Chinese leader.
President Biden is urging Congress to send a burn-pits bill to his desk.
Thursday on Political Rewind: How will a deeply divided electorate respond to the Russian invasion of Ukraine? Also, our panel discussed the role women on both sides of the aisle are playing in this year’s election — as candidates, organizers and voters.
Republicans boycotted a meeting of the Senate Banking Committee Tuesday, delaying a vote on five nominees to the Fed's board. The move was aimed at one nominee: Sarah Bloom Raskin.