President Joe Biden

President Biden announces more aid for Ukraine

More U.S. military aid will soon be in the hands of Ukrainian forces. President Joe Biden announced a second $800 million aid package today. The shipment comes as Ukraine braces for a major Russian assault in the eastern Donbas region. Meanwhile, Russian President Vladimir Putin calls his troops’ siege of Mariupol “a success.”

President Biden announces new rule to help curb “ghost gun” violence

President Joe Biden announces new changes for so-called “ghost guns,” which have helped fuel the rise in gun violence across the nation. Some law enforcement groups saying “ghost guns” can easily be bought and assembled by minors and those who aren’t authorized to have a firearm. Now the administration is cracking down on the privately-made, untraceable weapons.

President Biden delivers remarks on Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson’s confirmation to the Supreme Court

Thursday, the Senate voted to confirm Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to be the first Black woman to the Supreme Court. Judge Jackson had to endure a long road of grueling hearings to get to this point, a road that was filled with partisan attacks on her record. Friday, President Joe Biden delivering remarks at the White House to mark this major moment in American history.