Actor Matthew McConaughey, a Uvalde native, made an unexpected stop in the White House press briefing room Tuesday, urging Congress to act on gun control. McConaughey, who spent several days in Uvalde after the shooting, held up artifacts from the slai…
The White House became an exclusive stage for global K-pop phenomenon BTS, who had been invited by the administration to raise awareness of the prevalence of anti-Asian discrimination.
In a news conference, Biden said the United States would defend Taiwan militarily if it came under attack by China, despite the U.S. policy of “strategic ambiguity.”
Belgium imposed a 21-day quarantine to fight monkeypox, but President Biden said the U.S. had enough vaccine doses to handle flare-ups of the disease.
Biden began engaging personally with Korea’s president on the 10th day of his tenure, part of an effort to exert more influence in the region.
Biden and Sen. Scott have been blasting each other to bolster their political positions. This week, the feud turned ugly, as Scott accused Biden of incompetence and the president said Scott “has a problem.”
Democrats and liberals are frustrated that some in their own party obstruct their aims, from abortion to climate. But they hope to focus that anger against Republicans in the fall.
The draft abortion ruling highlights a big gap between what some Supreme Court nominees tell the Senate and what they do as justices.
Biden, in a closed-door meeting of lawmakers, signaled a new openness to canceling student loans, a politically sensitive idea he has avoided until now.
The Judiciary Committee votes on Ketanji Brown Jackson’s nomination on Monday, and the nation’s highest court could be set for its first Black female justice by the end of the week.