President Biden opens his second year in office with a new focus. Here's a closer look at his agenda and strategy in this midterm election year.
What are U.S. military options to help Ukraine? Is war inevitable? Here's what you should know about the Russia-Ukraine conflict and what role the United States plays.
President Joe Biden on Thursday sought to clarify his stance on a potential Russian incursion in Ukraine, cleaning up remarks from the prior d…
One more business takes a stance on vaccine mandates, plus the deaths of a French actor and the first woman to be officially drafted to the NB…
President Joe Biden said today that the pandemic has left Americans exhausted and demoralized, but insisted at a news conference marking his first year in office that he has “outperformed” expectations.
President Joe Biden says that Russian President Vladimir Putin will likely move into Ukraine, saying that "my guess is he will move in, he has…
Ariana DeBose has responded to a "troll" who critcised her opening monologue on 'Saturday Night Live'.
It's no surprise: A cross-section of U.S. residents remain divided over Joe Biden and his policies. Plus, a look at Jill Biden's "healing" role as a first lady who's kept her day job.
The tests will be provided at no cost, including no shipping fee. The White House said "tests will typically ship within 7-12 days of ordering."
Biden's stalled agenda raises questions over whether he went too big. The RNC threatens a boycott of presidential debates. And why is a Nevada candidate running ads in Florida?
What you need to know about ordering free tests, plus eligibility requirements and insurance reimbursement.
Those interested in Affordable Care Act coverage for 2022 have until the end of Saturday to sign up in most states. Here's what you should know.
For the first time in half a year, U.S. families on Friday are going without a monthly deposit from the child tax credit. A closer look at the impact.
Things to know today: Djokovic faces deportation again; Biden launching program to fix 15,000 bridges; Spider-Man comic page sells for $3.36M; plus the weekend weather.
WASHINGTON (AP) — All but conceding defeat, President Joe Biden said Thursday he’s now unsure the Democrats' major elections and voting rights legislation can pass Congress this year. He spoke at the Capitol after a key fellow Democrat, Sen. Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona, dramatically announced her refusal to go along with changing Senate rules to muscle the bill past a Republican filibuster.
A study suggesting cannabis compounds can prevent coronavirus from entering human cells, a huge bump in unemployment claims, and more — here is today's coronavirus news.
As President Joe Biden was spending his holidays with family at the White House and in Delaware, he was frustrated to see images on television of Americans waiting in long lines for Covid-19 tests.
Things to know today: Biden will endorse filibuster change for voting rights; the latest from Bob Saget's death; Georgia beats Alabama for college football title. Get caught up.
Starting Saturday, private health insurers will be required to cover up to eight home COVID-19 tests per month for people on their plans.
As Biden wraps up his first year in the White House, he has held fewer news conferences than any of his five immediate predecessors at the same point in their presidencies.
The Biden administration has signed its first contract with a Covid-19 test manufacturer as part of President Joe Biden's efforts to distribut…
President Biden marks the anniversary of the Jan. 6 insurrection, saying "democracy held," and offering a blistering criticism of former president Trump. Full coverage here.
Things to know today: Biden to address nation from Capitol one year after attack; Djokovic in immigration detention; and is "Let's Go Brandon" childish or clever?