The Senate is considering a flurry of amendments to President Biden’s nearly $2 trillion COVID relief package. Senate Republicans are trying to stall a vote on the bill, but Democrats insist they have the votes and it will get passed in the coming days.
President Joe Biden
House Democrats have approved sweeping voting and ethics legislation over unanimous Republican opposition. This advances to the Senate what would be the largest overhaul of the U.S. election law in at least a generation.
McMaster joins more than 20 governors in opposition to President Biden’s proposed allegation of federal funds
More than 20 governors across the country, including Governor Henry McMaster, are opposing a new standard in President Joe Biden’s stimulus bill that determines how federal funds would be allocated to states.
President Joe Biden and the First Lady Dr. Jill Biden tour the damage in Texas caused by winter storms
President Joe Biden and First Lady Dr. Jill Biden are touring the damage in Texas after winter storms pummelled the state. Many residents are still dealing with a water crisis, and there’s now a criminal investigation into its power provider.
We’re learning more about President Biden’s first military operation. The president ordered the airstikes in eastern Syria. Defense officials say it was retaliation for a rocket attack earlier in the month that wounded five Americans.
Democrats are ready to shove a $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief package through the House on Friday.
Across the United States, 500,000 American lives have now been lost to the coronavirus. President Biden honored the lives lost during a solemn ceremony on Monday. Meanwhile, the push to vaccinate Americans continues.
House Democrats are taking a major step forward to push through President Joe Biden’s $1.9 trillion relief bill by the end of this week.
Monday night, President Joe Biden will hold a moment of silence, and light a candle as the COVID-19 death toll nears half a million.
White House officials say vaccinations in every state have been impacted by the severe winter weather and there is now a backlog of about six million doses. President Biden’s team says they think they can get caught up before the end of next week.