Over the last few years, the only focus for Democrats was getting Donald Trump out of office. It was so difficult to achieve that goal that what the Left has actually achieved can be forgotten. Kamala Harris became the first female Vice President in American history on inauguration day. But it wasn’t only that. When … Continue reading "History Made as Pelosi and Harris Sit Behind Biden During Presidential Address"
Joe Biden sees his presidency as proving democracy — not authoritarianism — right for the world.
In his speech to Congress, Biden echoed FDR with a call to do big things and restore faith in America.
Is it a state of the union? And all your other questions about Biden’s first address to Congress, answered.
The president spoke about what he's accomplished in his first 100 days in office and what he hopes Congress will help him achieve in the future.
The president's address at the joint session of Congress will feature the first time two women share the stage as vice president and speaker of the House.
The president pushed for police reform through the George Floyd Justice in Policing Act passed by the Democratic-led House.
"The actions of the president and his party are pulling us further and further and further apart," Scott, a loyal Trump ally, said after Biden's address ...
Deadline: White House host Nicolle Wallace contrasts Biden's optimistic tone and desire to work across the aisle in his first joint address to Trump's first joint address to congress, where the former POTUS spoke of "American carnage" and emphasized partisanship
The president said the country has “stared into an abyss of insurrection and autocracy, of pandemic and pain,” and emerged strong. He called the progress against the pandemic one of the greatest logistical feats in U.S. history.
His course is clear: A fundamental shift in government priorities and a redistribution aimed at treating long-standing economic, racial and gender inequities.
Vice President Kamala Harris and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi made history, marking the first time two women, Harris as Vice President and Pelosi as Majority Speaker of the House, sat behind the President during an address to a joint session of Congress.
President Joe Biden delivered the biggest speech of his presidency to date on Wednesday night -- an address to a joint session of Congress.
CNN Opinion asks contributors to grade President Joe Biden's first speech before a joint session of Congress.
President Joe Biden spoke directly to working- and middle-class Americans who "feel left behind and forgotten" in a rapidly changing economy in his first address to a joint session of Congress, promising that his ambitious economic and infrastructure plans amounted to a "blue-collar blueprint to build America."
First lady Jill Biden will lead the way on new education proposals, such as free community college tuition for two years.
Playbook co-author Ryan Lizza breaks down the week’s top news story.
President Biden gave his first address to a joint session of Congress Wednesday, the eve of his 100th day in power.
Moderate Republicans who have been in talks with the administration on a range of issues came away from President Biden’s first address to a joint session of Congress skeptical about his calls to revive bipartisanship on Capitol Hill.
Sen. Tim Scott (R-S.C.) on Wednesday night accused President Biden of dividing the country, as Republicans try to paint the president as out of touch with his talk of bipartisanship.
President Joe Biden will likely increasingly rely on the power of his pen to implement left-leaning priorities as bills begin to pile up in the evenly divided Senate, experts say.
President Joe Biden's first address to a joint session of Congress received a less enthusiastic reception than those of his immediate predecessors, according to a CNN instant poll of speech watchers.
Former President Donald Trump oversaw "the most inclusive economy in my lifetime," Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC) said Wednesday.
Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC) said in his rebuttal to Joe Biden that Democrats too often want to focus on the issue rather than finding a solution.
Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC) offered a vision of "redemption" for America, after President Joe Biden talked about the country's "systemic racism."
Sen. Tim Scott declared during his response to President Joe Biden's joint session address that “America is not a racist country.”
President Biden laid out a record of accomplishment in his first 100 days that might already be enough to win a second term.
Winner: Obamacare. Loser: Wall Street.
In his first speech to Congress, the president called his American Jobs Plan "a once-in-a-generation investment in America itself."
Touting progress on the economy and the pandemic, Pres. Joe Biden laid out his agenda on infrastructure, police reform, racial justice, jobs, health care, foreign affairs, and much more in a sweeping speech to a joint session of Congress. Phillip Rucker and Eugene Robinson join to discuss.
No president has had to address a room quite like this one. Biden took the moment to do something unusual.
President Joe Biden will deliver his first address before a joint session of Congress on Wednesday evening.
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