Joe Biden
Actor and disability rights advocate Selma Blair has helped President Joe Biden salute the legacy of the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Rehabilitation Act, displaying a touch of the comedic timing that made her a star in Hollywood hits like “Legally Blonde” and “Cruel Intentions.”
The White House has pinned the blame for a possible government shutdown on House Republicans who, until Saturday, had been paralyzed by their inability to pass a funding package.
The U.S. Senate has confirmed a new U.S. attorney for the Southern District of Mississippi. The action puts Todd Gee in charge of overseeing the largest public corruption case in state history.
Army Gen. Mark Milley delivered a full-throated defense of democracy and not-so-subtle swipes at former President Donald Trump during a packed ceremony as he closed out his four, often tumultuous years as chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
President Joe Biden’s administration has proposed up to three oil and gas lease sales in the Gulf of Mexico over the next five years but none in Alaska.
The Biden administration is releasing a playbook on best practices for training workers as the low 3.8% unemployment rate and years of underinvestment have left manufacturers, construction firms and other employers with unfilled jobs.
A new generation of Democratic presidential prospects is taking steps to strengthen their national profiles as they fan out across the country to help President Joe Biden’s reelection campaign.
The Biden administration is asking America’s colleges to step up their efforts to make campuses more racially diverse.
House Republicans repeatedly used the word “brand” at their opening impeachment inquiry as a shorthand to allege that Hunter Biden was selling access to his family’s power and connections when he pursued lucrative business dealings.
A sharply divided privacy oversight board says the FBI and other government agencies should be required to get court approval before reviewing the communications of U.S. citizens collected through a secretive foreign surveillance program.
Lawyers at the Supreme Court have some occasionally eccentric rituals. The Biden administration’s top Supreme Court lawyer eats a bunch of bananas.
President Joe Biden has issued one of his most dire warnings yet that Donald Trump and his allies are a menace to American democracy.
House Republicans have spent more than six hours making their case for pursuing an impeachment inquiry against President Joe Biden.
For more than a year, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott has been busing migrants from the southern U.S. border to places like New York, Washington and Chicago.
A Montana man has pleaded not guilty to federal charges alleging he threatened to kill President Joe Biden and U.S. Sen. Jon Tester of Montana.
For the second year in a row, salt water from the Gulf of Mexico has moved further up the Mississippi, threatening drinking water in communities that rely on the river for fresh water.
President Joe Biden was raising campaign cash in San Francisco on Wednesday while seven Republican presidential hopefuls held a debate down the coast in Simi Valley.
President Joe Biden has vetoed Republican-sponsored bills intended to undo federal protections for two endangered species that have seen their populations plummet over the years.
The Senate is marching ahead with a bipartisan approach to prevent a government shutdown. But on the House side, Speaker Kevin McCarthy is back to square one.
The Biden administration has admitted Israel into a select group of countries whose citizens are allowed to travel to the United States without getting a visa in advance.
As his Republican rivals sparred onstage in California at their second primary debate, Donald Trump was in battleground Michigan Wednesday night working to win over blue-collar voters in the midst of an autoworkers’ strike.
President Joe Biden’s dog Commander has bitten another U.S. Secret Service employee. A uniformed division officer was bitten by the dog around 8 p.m.
Salt water flowing from the Gulf of Mexico into the drought-stricken Mississippi River is prompting Louisiana Gov.
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The United Farm Workers labor union is endorsing President Joe Biden for reelection in 2024. The union on Tuesday said the Democratic president has proven throughout his life that he’s an “authentic champion” for workers and their families, regardless of race or national origin.
A political adviser to Rudy Giuliani is slamming Hunter Biden’s lawsuit against the former mayor. Hunter Biden sued Giuliani and another attorney on Tuesday, claiming the two wrongly accessed and shared his personal data after obtaining it from the owner of a computer repair shop.
President Joe Biden has joined picketing United Auto Workers in Michigan on the 12th day of their strike against major carmakers.
U.S. Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm says nuclear fusion is a pioneering technology and the Biden administration wants to harness it as part of the transition to clean energy.
President Joe Biden has informed leaders from the 18-member Pacific Islands Forum that he has heard their warnings about the impact of climate change on their region.
The Biden administration has awarded $1.4 billion to projects improving railway safety and boosting rail capacity.
The Biden administration is poised to allow Israeli citizens to travel to the United States without a U.S. visa.