President Joe Biden and Democratic leaders in Congress have edged close to a deal on their big package of social services and climate change strategies.
President Joe Biden returned to his birthplace Wednesday for the first time since taking office, declaring his multitrillion-dollar safety net and infrastructure packages would restore an America starving for investments in its workers, families and the environment.
The Biden administration dealt a serious blow Wednesday to the proposed Twin Metals copper-nickel mine in northeastern Minnesota, ordering a study that could lead to a 20-year ban on mining upstream from the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness.
President Biden spoke at the 40th Annual National Peace Officers’ Memorial Service to remember the 491 law enforcement officers who died in the line of duty in 2019 and 2020.
President Joe Biden says he would prefer to cut the duration of programs in his big social services and climate change package rather than eliminate some entirely.
U.S. Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm was in St. Paul on Friday campaigning for $4.5 trillion of new spending on infrastructure, green technology and social programs -- a major part of President Joe Biden's agenda that's stalled in Congress.
Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm joined U.S. Senators Amy Klobuchar and Tina Smith in St. Paul to push the spending plan, which includes new tax breaks for buying an electric car and tens of millions to build out electric charging stations.
As part of his continued push for his stalled social spending bill, President Joe Biden claimed investments in child care and other social safety net programs are imperative to keep America competitive in the global economy.
President Biden’s commission on the U.S. Supreme Court, tasked with studying potential changes like expansion and term limits, is meeting on Friday.
President Joe Biden gave an update on America’s COVID-19 vaccination progress as the rate of administering the shots picked up in recent days.
U.S. lawmakers are barreling toward battles this fall over Biden’s agenda, the filibuster and more that pose risks to both parties and their leaders.
President Joe Biden's signed a proclamation Friday marking Monday, Oct. 11, 2021, as Indigenous Peoples' Day. Biden is the first president to sign such a proclamation.
President Joe Biden signed three proclamations Friday that restored two national monuments in Utah and a separate marine conservation area in New England.
President Joe Biden took his vaccination campaign to the Chicago area on Thursday. It was a quick trip — only three hours.
With the clock ticking on America’s debt limit, President Joe Biden called a meeting with CEOs of major businesses to stress the importance of raising the debt ceiling.
The Department of Education is preparing to announce major overhauls to its Public Service Loan Forgiveness program.
“Our infrastructure used to be the best in the world. Literally, not figuratively, ” President Joe Biden said during his remarks Tuesday in Howell, Michigan.
The Biden administration is reversing a ban on abortion referrals by federally funded family planning clinics.
President Joe Biden is giving remarks on the debt ceiling, as the U.S. quickly approaches its limit on federal borrowing.
As Democrats work to resolve the rift stalling President Joe Biden's agenda, the president told reporters on Saturday, “Everybody is frustrated. That’s part of being in government.”