President Joe Biden
President Joe Biden announced that he will be seeking a second term, entering his name into 2024 presidential campaign races.
President Joe Biden spoke at a gathering commemorating the 58th anniversary of the deadly Bloody Sunday event in Selma, Ala.
President Joe Biden issued pardons to all who were convicted of simple marijuana possession on Thursday. The move is part of a broader policy to implement reforms regarding marijuana by the government, which includes reviewing its current substance classification.
President Joe Biden sat down with 60 Minutes journalist Scott Pelley for a wide-ranging discussion on COVID-19, Trump, and more.
Make America Great Again began trending on Labor Day on Twitter, but it mostly saw users dunking on MAGA supporters.
Well, it looks like Joe Biden‘s wife Dr. Jill Biden just stepped in it as far as the Latino community is concerned.
Today (June 30) at noon, Ketanji Brown Jackson became the first Black woman to serve on the U.S. Supreme Court.
President Joe Biden made a public call to put a pause on the collection of the federal gas tax on Wednesday, in an effort to help people pay less while fueling up. But the plan is being criticized by economic observers and members of the GOP as well as some in his own party as being ineffective in the long run.
White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre fielded a question regarding the "stamina" of President Joe Biden, prompting Jean-Pierre to react briskly.
President Joe Biden made an appearance on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" on Wednesday night, chatting with the host in a more serious manner about the things troubling the country from gun control to abortion rights.
After weeks of back-to-back mass shootings across the United States, President Joe Biden addressed the nation in an emotional evening speech on Thursday where he urged Congress to pass sensible gun reform laws.
President Joe Biden addressed residents of the upstate New York city, and referred to white supremacy as a "poison."