Here’s how Biden profiled Putin and McConnell in his first news conference of 2022
The president walks through how he thinks about his wily antagonists.
Tech giants say antitrust legislation is being ‘rushed.’ History suggests otherwise.
Political scientists say the hearings tech companies are demanding are exceedingly rare.
Is Russia or China the biggest cyber threat? Experts are split
Our Network experts say Russia’s the greater short-term challege but it's China longer-term.
Biden says Democrats can pass 'big chunks' of Build Back Better, including climate
"It’s clear to me that we’re going to have to probably break it up," Biden said at a press conference from the White House.
Biden downsizes his legislative agenda on anniversary of his presidency
Weeks after Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) said he couldn't vote for BBB, Democrats have reached the “acceptance” stage of grief.
Here are some questions and rules for Biden’s first news conference of 2022
You never know whether a president will answer or merely reply.
Microsoft has avoided the hot seat for years. Its new mega deal may change that.
Is United States v. Microsoft Corp. 2.0 inevitable? Some critics say yes.
This 'super-freshman' is making a mark on climate policy in the House
Rep. Melanie Ann Stansbury (D-N.M.) is a freshman lawmaker to watch on climate.
Three new pandemic initiatives launch as Biden hits one-year mark
Several high-stakes initiatives aimed at stemming the still-surging pandemic are here as Biden approaches one year in office.
One-third of Biden's ambassador nominees, so far, are campaign 'bundlers'
President Biden pledged in 2019 that no ambassadors in his administration would secure their jobs because they’d given to his campaign.
Biden faces the time-to-retool news conference on eve of first anniversary
Wednesday’s Q-and-A comes amid deepening Democratic angst.
Biden’s big broadband ambitions mean historic hurdles for NTIA
The president's plans hinge on the tiny telecom agency.
Climate advocates argue against breaking up BBB, call it a 'mistake' for Democrats and the planet
Breaking up is hard. Breaking up Build Back Better would be even harder for climate advocates.
The U.S.-Russia cyber relationship just got even more complicated
There’s a glimmer of hope on ransomware just as all attention turns to Ukraine.
It’s crunch time for Dems to deliver on their health care promises
Democrats pledged a slew of health-care changes in 2020 if voters would help deliver them Congress and the White House. Now, the party is feeling pressure to deliver on its promises.
Jan. 6 panel grapples with whether to subpoena some of their own
Chair Bennie Thompson (D-Miss.) has publicly expressed reservations about wading into unprecedented territory with GOP lawmakers.
Donald Trump is back … in my inbox, and at a rally
The Republicans’ top dog really, really wants your money.