WASHINGTON—President Joe Biden met on Friday with families of two Americans being held by Russia, and personally reassured them he is working to gain freedom for the detainees.
At a summit at the White House on Thursday to address “hate-fueled violence,” President Joe Biden denounced white supremacists and urged lawmakers in Congress to end special immunity for social media companies.
Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody and Connecticut Attorney General William Tong are leading a multistate, bipartisan effort urging President Joe Biden to classify illicit fentanyl as a weapon of mass destruction (WMD).
First Lady Jill Biden on Tuesday morning revealed she has not discussed whether President Joe Biden should run again in 2024 amid questions around her husband’s age and health.
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) on Thursday issued its final order rescinding the Trump-era “public charge” rule that limited the benefits for immigrants who obtained public assistance benefits like Medicaid and food stamps.
The Biden administration has entered into a legal settlement with pro-environment groups, agreeing to block drilling for oil and gas on more than 58,000 acres of public land.
President Joe Biden on Friday morning said he doesn’t consider Trump supporters to be a “threat” to the United States following a polarizing political speech he made on Thursday night in which he claimed “MAGA Republicans” are a threat to the U.S. republic.
An FBI official who has been accused of blocking an investigation into President Joe Biden’s son stepped down this month, lawyers representing the official confirmed to The Epoch Times on Aug. 31.
President Joe Biden signed an executive order on Aug. 25 to direct the implementation of the $280 billion CHIPS Act, designed to boost domestic manufacturing and research related to semiconductors.
The Biden administration announced Wednesday that it will spend hundreds of billions of dollars to pay off at least $10,000 in federal student loan debt for each borrower, despite widespread worries that the move will worsen the inflation crisis.
The Biden administration announced on Aug. 18 that nearly $310 million from the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law is being allocated to help aid water reuse projects across the country as drought conditions worsen.