The Kremlin said Thursday that the U.S. is fighting a proxy war with Russia "to the last Ukrainian." The U.S. is supplying Ukraine with another $1.85 billion in aid and an advanced air defense system.
The menorah is made out of wood that was removed from the building during a Truman-era renovation, and becomes the first Jewish artifact to be added to the White House archives.
The Biden administration says to end the homelessness crisis, more must be done to keep people from losing housing in the first place. But identifying and reaching those most at risk is a challenge.
The former U.S. Marine has been held in Russia since 2018. As supporters celebrate Brittney Griner's release, they — Whelan himself included — are wondering why he was left behind.
The president has extended the student loan repayment pause into 2023. Biden said he wants to give lawsuits against debt cancellation time to play out, and the Supreme Court time to weigh in.
After pushback, the Congressional Progressive Caucus walked back a letter to the White House pressing for more direct negotiations with Ukraine.
The "United We Stand" summit will bring together experts on hate-based violence and honor communities that have survived attacks. President Biden and Vice President Harris will give remarks.