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Nearing 100 Days, Biden Prepares to Govern Post
(since Apr, 2021) The president, who has earned high marks for his handling of the outbreak, is moving into a new phase of his administration.
The Daily 202: A June summit could test Biden’s dark view of Putin
(May 2021) Like his four predecessors at this stage in their terms, President Biden seems pretty sure he understands Russian President Vladimir Putin, a proposition he’ll get to test in person next month if the
Analysis-Out of power in Washington, Republicans pursue hard
on 07th of May 2021 Shut out of power in Washington, Republicans are using their dominance in state houses across the country to oppose Democratic President Joe Biden’s agenda and appease the diehard supporters of his
What the Bidens Understand About Community College
on 07th of May 2021 In the first week of May, both he and Jill Biden spoke at Tidewater Community College, in southern Virginia. The theme connecting their presentations is one of the stalwarts in reports over the years
McManus: How do Biden’s first 100 days in office compare to Trump’s?
(since Apr, 2021) Joe Biden’s presidency so far has been surprisingly consequential. He’s undone most of Trump’s legacy and is establishing his own. But he trails FDR.
Cooling the temperature: Biden faces fractious Congress
(since Apr, 2021) Trust between Republicans and Democrats on Capitol Hill has cratered as Joe Biden prepares to address House and Senate lawmakers for the first time in his presidency
Low-key Biden needs to sell his vaccine push and spending package
(May 2021) President Joe Biden is delivering on his campaign promise to govern without Donald Trump’s freewheeling antics, opting for scripted remarks over the former president’s off-the-cuff tweets and frequent
The secret truth of the student debt crisis
(May 2021) The student debt crisis has gotten wide attention over the last several years. Democratic Sens. Elizabeth Warren and Chuck Schumer have called for canceling $50,000 in student debt for each borrower,
Why Gun Control is Now a Matter of National Security
(since Apr, 2021) Despite the anguish over the past month — and despite a push by President Joe Biden — Congress looks unlikely to take . to tolerate their training in military-style camps, more or less openly, and
Doyle McManus: How do Biden’s first 100 days in office compare to Roosevelt’s?
(since Apr, 2021) A president’s first 100 days are an arbitrary benchmark, a point of measurement journalists are fond of because it allows us to draw comparisons between the current officeholder and Franklin