President Biden has announced that he is ordering the full withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan, in time for the 20th anniversary of the September 11, 2001, attacks, which began the US invasion and its longest war in that fraught Middle Eastern nation.
Biden: For Too Long ‘We Haven’t Been Making the Big, Bold Investments’ to Outpace Our Global Competitors
President Biden used a White House meeting with CEOs discussing an industry shortage of semiconductors to tout his big $2.2 trillion infrastructure plan, by saying that such investments are required to maintain US competitiveness in the global marketplace.
As Congress begins to consider President Biden's $2.2 trillion infrastructure plan, count Sen Bernie Sanders among those pleased with the plan's wide definition of "infrastructure."
The US treasury secretary is proposing an international "minimum corporate tax," such that the United States and other nations potentially could raise taxes on corporations in their home countries without fear that those companies would then bolt overseas to another country with a more-favorable tax rate.
The state of the global coronavirus pandemic should be easing up such that things should be much better by this fall, according to a physician who's a noted expert in vaccinology.
Fmr Republican Strategist: GOP Has Drawn a Line in the Sand and Said They Are for ‘White Power in America’
The Republican Party has cast aside its core principles to move towards an embrace of power aimed at one thing: advancing white people at the expense of American people of color. That's according to former GOP strategist and Lincoln Project adviser Kurt Bardella.
Joe Biden's off to the strongest start of any American president in nearly a century.
With congressional Democrats having finally gotten President Biden's $1.9 trillion COVID relief package across the legislative finish line, they've handed Biden a political win even larger than what it looks like on the surface, according to observers across the political spectrum.
Although they weren't successful in ultimately including it as part of President Biden's COVID relief package, neither Biden nor congressional Democrats have given up on raising the federal minimum wage. The question is: Raise it just how much?
Officials from President Biden on down to the local level are criticizing decisions by governors of Mississippi and Texas to lift their statewide mask mandates in the midst of the novel coronavirus pandemic.