In a historic nomination, President Joe Biden has nominated Christine Wormuth to serve as the secretary of the Army.
President Joe Biden
On Monday, the White House released fact sheets for each state, highlighting the needs of each state that will be addressed under the American Jobs Plan.
President Biden arguing for more gun safety measures as the nation mourns multiple mass shootings this week
Gun violence in America continues to escalate with two more mass shootings making national headlines just as the president took the stage arguing for more safety measures.
After the latest mass shootings, President Joe Biden formally announced new executive actions aimed at gun safety on Thursday. Alongside Biden was his attorney general, who also laid out new policies working with law enforcement and states on the issue.
Thursday, President Joe Biden is unveiling the first part of his plan for gun control, with six executive actions in the works.
A fierce debate is brewing in the United States over the idea of vaccine passports being used for public transportation, businesses and even colleges. The White House says it will not mandate them, but private businesses are making their own rules.
President Joe Biden is moving up his deadline to make more people eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine, as health officials say cases are increasing.
The next big item on President Joe Biden’s agenda is infrastructure, and now it’s the big debate on Capitol Hill.
President Biden says he reached his goal of administering 150 million vaccines within his first 100 days
A major milestone in the fight against the coronavirus came Tuesday, as President Joe Biden announced that his goal of administering 150 million COVID-19 vaccines within his first 100 days in office has been achieved. This comes as the latest data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows that while more Americans are getting shots, infections are steadily climbing.
About 25 million Americans will be eligible for more money in food assistance under new guidelines from the Biden administration. The change announced late Thursday ensures the lowest-income households can access up to $95 in additional monthly emergency food assistance benefits approved by Congress last year.