America is officially under new leadership after the historic inauguration of Joe Biden, the 46th president of the United States, and Kamala Harris, the first-ever Black woman vice president.
It wasn't just that Allen West defended a caravan of pro-Trump truck drivers surrounding a Biden campaign bus in an apparent act of intimidation. How he defended it matters too.
Biden/Harris 2020 is the official ticket for the Democrats as they march to the White House.
President Barack Obama awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom to outgoing Vice President Joe Biden during a surprise ceremony at the White House on Thursday. A teary-eyed Biden praised Obama, who said to know Biden is "to know love without pretense."
In the end, Sanders threw his full support behind Clinton as he had done two weeks ago when they first appeared together in New Hampshire --referencing their 25-year relationship and Clinton's ability to lead through tenured positions in public service.
The Obama administration on Tuesday announced new rules that will increase paychecks for low-and-middle-income workers by making millions of Americans eligible for overtime pay, reports USA Today: While some businesses welcome the measure, many say it will simply force them to reshuffle salaries to get around the regulation. Others fear it will mean demoting white-collar workers […]
Here's the scoop on everything you need to know on what the president is up to this week.
Donald Trump wants Joe Biden to step up as the Democratic party's nominee if Hillary Clinton is indicted on charges from her email scandal
President Barack Obama's seventh and final State of the Union address summed up all of the things the United States of America could be if he were to be elected for a third term.