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Alex Wong/Getty Images (WASHINGTON) — President Joe Biden will announce a nearly $27 billion investment Friday to fund repairs and replace bridges in need. The Department of Transportation will launch the Bridge Replacement, Rehabilitation, Preservation, Protection, and Construction Program, which will provide $26.5 billion to states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico over five […]

John Moore/Getty Images (WASHINGTON) — The Biden administration on Wednesday asked the Supreme Court to hear arguments on ending the Trump-era “Remain in Mexico” policy. The program — formally called the Migrant Protection Protocol — bars asylum seekers from entering the U.S. while immigration courts review their claims. Biden campaigned against the policy, but his […]

Anna Moneymaker/Getty Images (WASHINGTON) — Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., seems to have sealed the fate of President Joe Biden’s Build Back Better bill on “Fox News Sunday,” when he announced that he is a “no” on the legislation. “I’ve always said if I can’t go home and explain it to the people of West Virginia, I […]

pabradyphoto/iStock (WASHINGTON) — President Joe Biden announced Monday he will nominate Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell to a second four-year term. “While there’s still more to be done, we’ve made remarkable progress over the last 10 months in getting Americans back to work and getting our economy moving again. That success is a testament to […]

Drew Angerer/Getty Images (WASHINGTON) — President Joe Biden issued the first pardons of his presidency Friday to some lucky turkeys named Peanut Butter and Jelly. In a ceremony in the White House Rose Garden, Biden spared the poultry pair from becoming Thanksgiving dinner this year. Biden said the turkey pardoning tradition is meant to remind […]

Official White House Photo by Cameron Smith (WASHINGTON) — It was a question that plagued Joe Biden’s presidential campaign: Could a 77-year-old man — who at age 78 would be the oldest person ever to assume the presidency — handle the rigors of the job? Candidate Biden acknowledged it was legitimate for Americans to question […]

Official White House Photo by Cameron Smith (WASHINGTON) — Candidate Biden acknowledged it was legitimate for Americans to question his fitness for office. “The only thing I can say is watch. Watch! Check my energy level, determine whether I know what I’m talking about,” he told voters during the 2020 campaign. Now, on Friday, nearly […]

Alex Wong/Getty Images (WASHINGTON) — President Joe Biden on Wednesday called on the Federal Trade Commission to investigate if “illegal conduct” is to blame for surging gas prices hurting Americans’ pocketbooks. Fuel prices are averaging above $3.40 a gallon, according to the American Automotive Association, which forecasts more than 48 million Americans are likely to […]

Official White House Photo by Chandler West (WASHINGTON) — White House National Economic Council Director Brian Deese acknowledged that “inflation is high and it’s affecting Americans in their pocketbook and their outlook,” but promised the administration is working to address the rise in costs in both the short and long term. “That concern actually underscores […]

Antonio Masiello/Getty Images (ROME) — President Joe Biden reflected on progress he made with other world leaders at this weekend’s G-20 summit, including ways to combat climate change, as the event wrapped up in Rome on Sunday. Kicking off his first solo press conference in four months, Biden characterized his meetings over the last five days […]