‘Evil Will Not Win': President Biden Travels to Buffalo To Pay Respects At Memorial, Comfort Families And Speak About Mass Shooting
The president was joined by First Lady Jill Biden at the Tops market where the shooter specifically targeted Black victims.
President Biden Mourns 1 Million Americans Dead From Covid-19
The president is hosting an international Covid Summit at the White House to determine how nations should act to combat the years-long pandemic.
President Biden Appoints Karine Jean Pierre as White House Press Secretary
The longtime White House staffer replaces Jen Psaki.
President Joe Biden Appoints First Black Woman as White House Press Secretary
Karine Jean-Pierre has worked in the Obama Administration and has been a longtime White House staffer.
Biden Pardons First Black Secret Service Agent To Work On Presidential Detail After False Accusation
He was convicted of trying to sell Secret Service documents.
President Biden Says He’s Looking At Forgiving Some Federal Student Loan Debt
He made the remark when speaking with the Congressional Hispanic Caucus.
White House Advisor Cedric Richmond To Make Exit From Administration
President Biden’s top aide will be taking on a role as a senior adviser at the DNC next month.
Prisoners Incarcerated Over Marijuana Are Pushing Biden To Honor Campaign Pledge To Free Them
The new effort comes as cannabis proponents celebrate 4/20.
Biden Takes Aim At Increased Popularity of “Ghost Gun” Kits
These are weapons that can be assembled from kits and haven’t required background checks or the same regulation as traditionally crafted weapons.
Student Loans On Pause: 4 Ways To Utilize This Time
Now that student loan payments have been paused again, learn how to make the most of this time financially.