President Joe Biden delivered an unapologetically economic populist message during the first rally of his reelection campaign, saying his policies had created jobs and lifted the middle class.
Joe Biden and Republicans in Congress cannot agree on a path forward to avoid debt default even though Americans want to raise the debt ceiling without cutting spending, according to a new NPR poll.
Vice President Kamala Harris's visit to Atlanta was an early kickoff to the Biden-Harris reelection campaign and established Georgia's importance in the 2024 election cycle for Democrats.
Biden is 80 years old, and would be 86 by the end of a second term. While many voters see his age as cause for concern, a campaign strategist says there are upsides to his decades of experience.
President Joe Biden's choice to run the Federal Aviation Administration has withdrawn his nomination, a setback for the administration that comes after he appeared to lack enough Senate support.
Volodymyr Zelenskyy is visiting Washington to meet with President Biden and Congress on Wednesday. The trip comes as lawmakers are debating billions more in aid for Ukraine.
The president is calling on Democrats — especially young voters — to turn out in the midterm elections to secure more seats in Congress.
President Biden says that he's committed to the two-state solution for Israel and an independent Palestinian state. But with that goal out of reach, he said, the U.S. will look to help Palestinians.
President Joe Biden met with Democratic governors Friday afternoon to discuss ways their states are protecting abortion access and continuing to push abortion as an election issue in November.
Under the campaign, the school has also offered need-blind admissions to international students and increased the household income limit for full scholarships to $125,000.
In an interview Thursday with The Associated Press, the president says the American people are "really, really down" after two years of pandemic, volatility in the economy and surging gas prices.
Mental health advocates applaud the proposals, which they say offer much-needed federal leadership on a growing national crisis. But they worry about getting sustainable funding for the efforts.
Opponents of the measure say it will hurt LGBTQ youth, who already face higher rates of bullying, but the Republican sponsor says it's meant to protect children and keep parents informed.