President Joe Biden and congressional leaders will likely resume talks on Tuesday at the White House over the debt limit, the president said Sunday, as the nation continues to edge closer to its legal borrowing authority with no agreement in sight.
Author: Seung Min Kim
Biden ramps up pressure on House GOP in debt limit battle
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White House orders TikTok off government devices within 30 days
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Biden-McConnell: Personally mismatched, professionally bound
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Biden’s Delaware home is now a player in document drama
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Biden heads to Kentucky to highlight cash for aging bridge
President Biden’s visit to a notoriously dilapidated bridge connecting Ohio and Kentucky is a chance for him to showcase accomplishments and talk up the virtues of bipartisanship while rubbing shoulders with Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell.
GOP states sue Biden administration over student loan plan
Six Republican-led states are suing the Biden administration in an effort to halt its plan to forgive student loan debt for tens of millions of Americans, accusing it of overstepping its executive powers.
Biden to sign executive order to protect travel for abortion
President Biden on Wednesday will sign an executive order aimed in part at making it easier for women seeking abortions to travel between states to obtain access to the procedure.
Biden no longer shy in singling out Trump, the ‘former guy’
One month into his presidency, Joe Biden made clear his distaste for even naming the man he had ousted from the Oval Office, declaring, “I’m tired of talking about Trump.”