Joe Biden

Nickel ore processing plant that will supply Tesla strikes deal to spend $115M in federal funds

Developers of a proposed nickel ore processing plant in North Dakota that would supply electric automaker Tesla have reached a deal with the U.S.

Biden is heading to Hollywood for a major fundraiser featuring Steven Spielberg and Shonda Rhimes

President Joe Biden will head to Los Angeles next week for a big-dollar event that will be his first since strikes by writers and actors effectively ground his fundraising to a halt in the heart of the entertainment industry.

New US rules, aimed at curbing China, could make it harder for EV buyers to claim a full tax credit

Americans could have a harder time finding electric vehicles that qualify for a full $7,500 federal tax credit under new rules being proposed.

India-US ties could face their biggest test in years after a foiled assassination attempt on a Sikh

The warm ties India and the United States have built are being tested after US prosecutors accused an Indian official of orchestrating an alleged assassination plot in New York City.

Harris heads to Dubai to tackle delicate tasks of talking climate and Israel-Hamas war

Vice President Kamala Harris will face two delicate tasks when she attends a climate summit this weekend in Dubai.

Texas judge rips into Biden administration’s handling of border in dispute over razor wire barrier

A judge for now isn’t stopping Border Patrol agents from cutting razor wire that Texas has put on the U.S.-Mexico border to deter migrants.

Biden lights the National Christmas Tree, taking his turn to bring holiday spirit to Washington

President Joe Biden has gotten his turn at bringing the holiday spirit to Washington. The president and his wife, Jill, participated in the annual tradition of lighting the National Christmas Tree on the Ellipse near the White House.

Biden hosts the Angolan president in an effort to showcase strengthened ties as Africa visit slips

President Joe Biden is hosting Angolan President João Manuel Gonçalves Lourenço in the Oval Office as he seeks to reaffirm his commitment to Africa.

DeSantis and Newsom lob insults and talk some policy in a faceoff between two White House aspirants

What could have been a preview of a 2024 general election debate was a 90-minute clash between one struggling Republican presidential hopeful and a Democratic rival.

Leaked document says US is willing to build energy projects in case Snake River dams are breached

In a strong sign that the U.S. will consider breaching four controversial dams on the Snake River, a leaked Biden administration document says the government is prepared to help build clean energy projects to replace the power generated by the dams.

Senator: White House not seeking conditions on military aid to Israel, despite earlier Biden comment

National security adviser Jake Sullivan has told lawmakers that the White House is not seeking to place conditions on U.S. military assistance to Israel.

Congress is eying immigration limits as GOP demands border changes in swap for Biden overseas aid

Republican demands to stop the flow of migrants at the Mexico-U.S. border have left Congress scrambling.

House Republicans consider holding a formal vote to authorize their Biden impeachment inquiry

House Republicans are considering holding a vote next month to authorize their impeachment inquiry into Joe Biden as the party looks to formalize a process that has yet to yield any direct evidence of wrongdoing by the president.

Biden visits Boebert’s district to reject Republican criticism of green policies

In Colorado, President Joe Biden has said Rep. Lauren Boebert was wrong to describe his policies as “a massive failure.” During a visit to her congressional district.

Hunter Biden tells Congress he’d testify publicly, but Republicans demand closed-door session

Hunter Biden has offered to testify publicly before Congress, striking a defiant note in response to a subpoena from Republicans.

The US tells Israel any ground campaign in southern Gaza must limit further civilian displacement

The Biden administration has told Israel it must operate with far greater precision in southern Gaza if it renews a ground campaign aimed at eradicating the Hamas militant group.

President Joe Biden plans to skip U.N. climate talks beginning this week in Dubai

President Joe Biden plans to skip the upcoming climate talks in Dubai, an event that is expected to draw heads of state and diplomats from more than 200 nations and the Vatican.

Biden says he’s helped lower inflation as he hosts first meeting of his new supply chain council

President Joe Biden has opened the first meeting of his supply chain resilience council by warning companies against price gouging and saying that his administration is working to lower costs for U.S. families.

Biden says 4-year-old Abigail Edan was released by Hamas. He hopes more U.S. hostages will be freed

President Joe Biden has spoken by telephone with family of the 4-year-old girl who was released as part of the cease-fire deal in the Israel-Hamas war.

Many voters are weary about a Biden-Trump rematch in 2024. Third parties hope they can fill the gap

The 2024 presidential election is drawing a robust field of independent, third party and long shot candidates.

The debate over Ukraine aid was already complicated. Then it became tangled up in US border security

President Joe Biden’s nearly $106 billion aid package for Ukraine, Israel and other needs is sitting idle in Congress.

Family lunch, some shopping, a Christmas tree lighting: President Joe Biden’s day out in Nantucket

President Joe Biden spent much of his day after Thanksgiving focused on work. But he was able to get out for some play.

Biden declares emergency over lead in water in US Virgin Islands

President Joe Biden declared an emergency over lead-in-water contamination in the U.S. Virgin Islands earlier this week after tests on St.

President Joe Biden orders US flags lowered in memory of former first lady Rosalynn Carter

President Joe Biden has ordered that U.S. flags on federal government buildings and property will be lowered to half staff in recognition of former first lady Rosalynn Carter, who died Sunday.

As 2023 draws to close, Biden’s promised visit to Africa shows no signs of happening yet

President Joe Biden promised to visit Africa this year, but 2023 is drawing to a close with no trip in sight so far.

Trump, on Biden’s 81st birthday, releases doctor’s note that says he’s in ‘excellent’ health

On President Joe Biden’s 81st birthday, GOP front-runner Donald Trump has released a letter from his physician that reports the former president is in “excellent” physical and mental health.

Biden celebrates his 81st birthday with jokes as the White House stresses his experience and stamina

President Joe Biden is celebrating his 81st birthday by joking repeatedly about his advanced age. At the same time, the White House is strongly defending his stamina and playing down polling suggesting that the issue could cost him votes during next year’s election.

Biden pardons National Thanksgiving Turkeys while marking his 81st birthday with jokes about his age

President Joe Biden has spent part of his 81st birthday observing the White House tradition of pardoning Thanksgiving turkeys.

The Bidens start Thanksgiving early by serving dinner and showing ‘Wonka’ to service members

President Joe Biden is visiting naval installations in Virginia for an early kickoff to the Thanksgiving holiday week.

Dissent over US policy in the Israel-Hamas war stirs unusual public protests from federal employees

President Joe Biden and Congress are facing some unusually public challenges over their support for Israel’s offensive against Hamas.