This week featured a split screen, with Harris in Paris and Buttigieg pushing infrastructure at home. Some Harris supporters fret that she’s being linked with tough issues while Buttigieg is associated with a big win.
The meeting was part of the vice president’s five-day trip to the oldest U.S. ally.
Vice President Harris’s visit to a long-standing ally offers a chance for a positive narrative after uneven international trips that have been marked by setbacks.
Souring views of the president loom over hotly contested race for governor and signal trouble ahead for the party.
At a memorial service for the National Peace Officers, Biden honored the 500 officers killed.
In a speech in Connecticut, Biden recalled the Nuremberg trials and restated America’s role in promoting rights globally. But he also alluded to challenges to those rights at home and abroad.
Starting in early November, travelers who provide proof of vaccination can enter the United States for reasons such as tourism or visiting family.
Voters in Georgia give voice to the disappointment that lies behind the president’s diminished approval ratings.
Members of both parties have noted that Biden has asked Harris to take on often thankless issues, including abortion and immigration. But her meetings with activists in these areas have helped her to build political connections.
Fort McCoy in western Wisconsin is one of several waystations in the United States for refugees fleeing Afghanistan. Local residents have questions about vetting, schooling — and how long the refugees will stay.