The days after pandemic-era immigration restrictions were lifted showed the ability of federal authorities, local governments and private nonprofits to temporarily triage the situation at the border.
Author: Michael D. Shear
Biden Will Host India’s Prime Minister for State Dinner
For President Biden, next month’s visit will be an opportunity to draw India even closer, especially when it comes to countering China’s growing influence.
Biden Names Neera Tanden to Lead the Domestic Policy Council
Ms. Tanden, a longtime Democratic adviser, replaces Susan Rice.
U.S. Imposes Sanctions on Russia’s Intelligence Agency for Detaining Americans
The United States also announced sanctions on Iran’s intelligence services, seeking to punish foreign governments for detention of Americans by cutting off access to the international financial system.
Rallying union workers, Biden opens his 2024 campaign. Here’s the latest.
Biden Finalizes 2024 Re-election Plans
The president’s mission will be to defend his record while warning about the dangers of Donald J. Trump’s return.
Biden Holds Fewest News Conferences Since Reagan
As President Biden prepares to announce his bid for a second term as soon as Tuesday, his decision to keep the news media at arm’s length is part of a deliberate strategy.
Bidens Reported Earning $580,000 and Paid $170,000 in Taxes in 2022
The release of the president’s tax returns showed that the couple’s income dipped slightly in the second year of his presidency.
Biden to Sign Executive Order That Aims to Make Child Care Cheaper
As President Biden prepares to announce his re-election campaign, he is seeking to make progress on a promise that has stalled in his first two years in office.
Biden Surveys Damage From Deadly Tornado in Mississippi
Surrounded by piles of lumber and twisted metal, the president promised that the federal government was “not just here for today.”