President Biden and first lady Jill Biden head to Marine One at the White House on Friday on their way to Delaware. (Oliver Contreras for The Washington Post)
Migration and combating covid-19 will be among the topics discussed by Biden and Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, according to the White House.
Making his first speech since leaving the presidency before an adulatory conservative crowd, the former president hinted he was contemplating another campaign in 2024.
They are retreating on efforts to include a $15 minimum wage in President Biden’s $1.9 trillion relief bill as they aim to move the package forward this week in the Senate.
AMLO has emerged as a vocal critic of global inequity in the distribution of the vaccines. The leaders will also discuss migration.
The doses are expected to start shipping as early as Monday to sites already receiving doses of the two other authorized vaccines made by Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna.
The barrier that was erected after the Jan. 6 Capitol breach is disrupting life for residents of the neighborhood and the city.
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The Inauguration
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Trump skipped the inauguration — themed “America United” — two weeks after inciting a deadly siege on the U.S. Capitol.
Harris becomes the first woman, Black woman and Asian American to serve as vice president.
Biden signed executive actions to require masks on all federal grounds and ask agencies to extend eviction moratoriums.
President-elect Joe Biden will be sworn in as the nation’s 46th president on Wednesday at an inauguration like no other.
Joe Biden pleaded for national unity in his inaugural address Wednesday after he was sworn in as the 46th president. Here's our analysis and the full speech.
Several of the new words in Biden’s speech reflected pandemic deaths, economic fallout and recent far-right violence. He was the first new president to say “white supremacy.”
New presidential families, past commanders in chief and government members of both parties were in attendance as a new era was marked in American democracy.
Joe Biden will become the 46th president when he takes the oath of office. Just as no two presidents are alike, neither are the ceremonies that usher them into office.
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The Biden Agenda
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