Biden and McCarthy set to meet again Monday for debt ceiling talks
House Speaker Kevin McCarthy told reporters he had a "productive" phone call with President Biden as he travels back to Washington. Negotiators for the pair will resume talks Sunday evening.
A look at Biden and McCarthy's relationship ahead of their debt ceiling meeting
President Biden and Speaker Kevin McCarthy have a pivotal meeting on the debt ceiling on Tuesday. Here's a look at their relationship.
Biden has announced his bid for a second presidential term
President Biden made it official Tuesday — that he's running for a second term in the 2024 presidential race.
John Fetterman wants to "pay it forward" by speaking openly about his depression
The Pennsylvania freshman senator is back to work on Capitol Hill after admitting himself to a hospital to seek treatment for clinical depression in February.
Trailblazer sports reporter Liz Clarke reflects on her 37 years in journalism
NPR's Scott Detrow speaks with Liz Clarke for an exit interview looking back on her 37 years in journalism — 25 of those as a trailblazing sports reporter at The Washington Post.
Kansas City mayor on the shooting of a Black teenager
NPR's Scott Detrow talks with Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas about the investigation into the shooting of a Black teenager by a white homeowner after the teen mistakenly arrived at the wrong address.
Pence says Trump was 'wrong' about Jan. 6 and that history will hold him accountable
The former vice president said Trump's "reckless words endangered my family and everyone at the Capitol that day," in his most forceful rebuke yet of his two-time running mate.
Many voters think Biden is too old for a second term. The White House isn't worried
Polls and focus groups show many voters are worried about President Biden's advanced age. But the White House isn't worried that will hurt him if he runs for a second term.
Critics say Americans need answers from Biden on the unidentified flying objects
The White House is under pressure to do a better job explaining why the military is suddenly shooting objects out of the sky, as well as what those objects are.
Biden's State of the Union address focused on middle and working-class voters
While President Biden was addressing Congress, his message was also for people watching at home — voters whose support he will need to secure a run for a second term.