Utility companies are still working to restore power to thousands of customers on the island nearly two weeks after Hurricane Fiona made landfall.
Author: Katie Rogers
Biden’s Plan for Student Loans Attracts Lawsuits, Scams and Confusion
As borrowers wait for the administration to unveil an application for loan forgiveness, they are wary of legal challenges and a proliferation of misinformation.
White House Student Loan Forgiveness Could Cost About $400 Billion
The estimate by the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office renewed the debate between supporters of debt forgiveness and those who say the initiative amounts to reckless spending.
Elton John, a Favorite of Trump, to Perform at the Biden White House
Such a performance by the British pop superstar was what President Biden’s predecessor had sought but never received.
Jill Biden’s Secret Ukraine Trip
Ukrainian officials reached out several days ahead of Dr. Biden’s planned four-day tour of Eastern Europe to suggest a meeting with the Ukrainian first lady. The East Wing took the chance.
Biden Tries to Sell Domestic Agenda During a West Coast Trip
President Biden acknowledged that the immediate demands of the presidency, including the pandemic and war in Ukraine, have taken him away from his domestic agenda.
Biden Says It’s ‘Up to Them’ Whether Americans Want to Wear Masks
The decision to wear a mask is “up to them,” President Biden told reporters during a trip.
The White House Easter Egg Roll Returns
President Biden and Jill Biden, the first lady, hosted the first Egg Roll since the beginning of the pandemic. It was the largest event held at the White House since they moved in.
Biden Will Celebrate Judge Jackson’s Confirmation at the White House
The president will commemorate the appointment of the first Black woman to the Supreme Court with a bipartisan group of senators who voted to confirm her.