President Joe Biden

President Biden Signs Debt Limit Hike, But December Standoff Looms

The passage of the short-term debt ceiling increase ensures that, for now, the U.S. will continue to meet its obligations.


0:16Abortion activists demonstrating outside the Supreme Court in Washington.
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Biden Administration Asks Supreme Court To Block Texas Abortion Law

2:21Steve Bannon
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Jan. 6 Panel Holds Steve Bannon In Criminal Contempt

0:25Former President Bill Clinton
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Bill Clinton In Hospital For Non-COVID-Related Infection

0:39In this Oct. 2, 2021 image, a woman attends the Women's March ATX rally, at the Texas State Capitol in Austin, Texas.
Stephen Spillman / AP

Court Again Lets Texas Continue Banning Most Abortions

Aug. 20, 2020, file photo: President Donald Trump's former chief strategist Steve Bannon speaks with reporters in New York.
AP Photo / Eduardo Munoz Alvarez, File

Jan. 6 Panel Sets Vote On Contempt Charges Against Bannon

0:39President Joe Biden.
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President Biden Touts Progress On COVID, Pushes Vaccinations

1:55President Joe Biden
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What's Behind President Biden's Poll Numbers?

4:05the face of President Donald Trump appears on large screens as supporters participate in a rally in Washington.
John Minchillo / AP

Several Former Trump Staffers Subpoenaed By Jan. 6 Committee

4:26Books about living with ADHD
Newsy / Tyler Navas

What It's Like Seeking An ADHD Diagnosis As An Adult

In this Jan 6. 2021, file photo, the face of President Donald Trump appears on large screens.
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Jan. 6 Committee Subpoenas Former Justice Department Lawyer

In this Tuesday, Oct. 12, 2021 photo, Lev Parnas, an associate of Rudy Giuliani, leaves federal court in New York.
AP Photo / Seth Wenig, File

Prosecutor: Foreigner Fueled Giuliani Associate's Donations

0:33Rep. Michelle Fischbach, R-Minn., looks at the final version of the bill to increase the debt limit.
J. Scott Applewhite / AP

House Sends Debt Limit Hike To President, Staving Off Default

0:37Lev Parnas speaks with the media outside federal court in New York.
Mariela Lombard / AP

Giuliani Associates Face Trial In Campaign Finance Scheme

3:12Italian Premier Mario Draghi.
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G-20 Leaders Meet To Discuss Humanitarian Aid For Afghanistan

4:17The U.S. Capitol building
J. Scott Applewhite / AP

House To Vote On Debt Limit Increase

3:44Two women sit and talk
Tyler Navas

Fixing Up Houses For Afghan Refugees

7:03Former White House national security aide Fiona Hill testifies during a public impeachment hearing of then-President Trump
Jose Luis Magana / AP

Interview: Fiona Hill on Political Division, Former President Trump

0:18President Joe Biden gestures on the North Lawn of the White House
Susan Walsh / AP

President Biden Declares Indigenous Peoples' Day

President Donald Trump speaks at a rally
Evan Vucci / AP

Former Pres. Trump Using Executive Privilege In Jan. 6 Investigation

3:24a "Now Hiring" sign hangs on the front wall of a Harbor Freight Tools store
Charles Krupa / AP

U.S. Economy Adds 194,000 Jobs In September


Cryptocurrency Around The World

3:57Sign for the Appalachian Highway System

Appalachian Road System To Get $1.25B From Infrastructure Bill

0:17Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell
Alex Brandon / AP

Default Crisis Dodged — For Now — With Dem-GOP Debt Accord

0:50People hold signs up at a women's march rally.
Stephen Spillman / AP

Judge Orders Texas To Suspend New Law Banning Most Abortions

4:12Raúl Rodriguez

Why One Former Border Agent Is Facing Deportation

2:48Migrants, most from Haiti, cross the Rio Grande towards Del Rio, Texas, from Ciudad Acuña, Mexico
Felix Marquez / AP

Clearing Up Migrant Misconceptions

3:17Bridge closed and detour signs
AP / Gene J. Puskar

Aging Bridges In Need Of Federal Funds

5:04A refugee mother and son in their kitchen in North Dakota

How Are Refugees Resettled In The U.S.?

3:47The Women's March in Houston

Abortion Law Energizes Houston Women's March

3:01Mature bud of marijuana.
Steve Helber / AP

College Students Smoked More Pot, Drank Less In 2020