Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner distance themselves from the former President and his constant complaints
With each passing day away from Washington, former President Donald Trump's grievances continue unabated. And those complaints appear to be driving away two of the people who were closest to him during his White House tenure: his daughter Ivanka Trump and son-in-law, Jared Kushner.
Biden made it easier to get a work visa. Here's why foreign workers still can't get to the US.
When President Joe Biden revoked a Trump-era executive order in February that had temporarily banned some immigrant visas during the coronavirus pandemic, he touted the way US industries could again "utilize talent from around the world."
Why Biden didn't do more to avert voting rights defeat
If the expansive voting rights bill suffocated in the Senate on Tuesday was the most critical defense of American democracy in decades, it seems odd that a President who put that very goal at the core of his administration didn't do more to pass it.
House Progressives demand action after voting rights bill fails
Now that Senate Republicans blocked the path forward on a monumental ethics reform and elections bill, progressives are frustrated, openly calling for an end to the filibuster even as key moderates have made clear they won't be changing it.
Biden set to announce his gun crime prevention and public safety strategy as White House looks to tackle crime surge
President Joe Biden on Wednesday will announce a comprehensive strategy on violent crime prevention -- with a particular emphasis on gun crimes -- amid a nationwide surge in violent crime that's emerged as an area of concern for the White House.
Secret Service saw nearly 900 employees infected by coronavirus, documents say
Nearly 900 employees of the Secret Service – the agency charged with protecting the president and other top U.S. officials – contracted the coronavirus over the course of a year between March 2020 and March 2021, documents reveal, according to a report.
Biden says he's 'proud' of two professional athletes who announced LGBTQ identities
President Joe Biden on Tuesday voiced support for two professional athletes who announced recently that they're part of the LGBTQ community, saying he's "proud" of their decisions to publicly share their identities.
AOC slams filibuster after Republicans block voting rights bill: 'Call me radical'
U.S. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez slammed Republicans’ successful filibuster of the Democrats’ sweeping voting rights bill on Tuesday, saying she doesn’t think a minority of senators should be able to block the majority.
Biden administration backs end to the disparity of cocaine sentences
The Biden administration "strongly supports" ending the racial disparity of sentencing federal offenders who are convicted for crack versus powdered cocaine, according to head of the Office of National Drug Control Policy, who testified Tuesday in support of a measure to do just that.