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Reminiscent of a school spirit week, President Joe Biden is settling into his first full week in office with themed days that frame his administration’s...

It took much longer than it should have, but Congress finally agreed at year’s end on a short-term pandemic relief bill to help struggling workers and small businesses make ends meet through the winter. While it’s a good aid package, the real work of rebuilding an economy wrecked by COVID-19 is...

In all the pomp and circumstance of Inauguration Day in Washington, D.C., two paragraphs within one of the 17 executive actions issued by President Joe Biden on his first day in office understandably did not receive headline attention. But folded between the inaugural parade and fireworks over...

Today, all eyes are on Washington, D.C. as the nation transitions to new federal leadership in the White House. Shortly after being sworn in, President-elect Joe Biden is expected to take actions addressing the multiple crises facing the U.S., including the economic fallout of COVID-19,...

There’s something about Paris. Withdrawing the United States from the landmark international climate accord was one of President Donald Trump’s first actions when he assumed office in 2017. And President-elect Joe Biden has ...

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