Amid border surge, DHS planning to increase number of migrants released into US
In the latest move by the Biden administration to cope with a border crisis that has overwhelmed authorities, the Department of Homeland Security is looking to increase the number of migrants allowed to be released into the U.S. via an alternative to the detention program.
Biden aims to redefine word ‘bipartisan’ as Dems work to push spending bill without any GOP votes
President Biden vowed to bridge the partisan political divide but, struggling to garner Republican support for major bills, his administration appears to be changing the narrative by redefinining what "bipartisan" means.
Biden admin’s photos of empty migrant facility are misleading, Texas Democrat says: ‘They’re just next door’
A Texas Democrat who has been critical of Biden administration policies at the U.S.-Mexico border lashed out this week, accusing the administration of posting misleading photos from a migrant processing facility.
House Republicans question Biden's 'naive' plan to send cash to Central America to stop migration
EXCLUSIVE: Republicans on the House Oversight and Budget committees are questioning a reported plan by the Biden administration to send cash payments to Central America as part of a strategy to combat the root causes of the migrant crisis -- accusing the Biden administration of trying to buy its way out of a crisis.
Ingraham: Biden's promise of unity in America foiled by ‘urge to purge'
FOX News host Laura Ingraham ripped President Biden on Tuesday's 'The Ingraham Angle' for pushing divisive, anti-police rhetoric, claiming the 'constant racial conflict and division' is 'terrible' for America's national spirit and contrasts his past promises for unity
Biden falsely claims 200 million shot milestone would have taken until September under Trump
President Biden's claim that under Trump the US would not have administered 200 COVID-19 vaccine shots until September is not supported by the facts.
Biden cuts off press questions: 'I'm really gonna be in trouble' if I keep answering
President Biden said he would be "in trouble" if he continued to take questions from reporters during a rare back-and-forth with the press Tuesday afternoon.
Washington Post fact-checkers: Biden made 67 'false and misleading claims' in his first 100 days in office
The fact-checkers at The Washington Post released their assessment of President Biden's 'false and misleading claims' in his first 100 days in office.
100 days into Biden's 'unity' agenda, AOC praises president's 'progressive' credentials
President Joe Biden campaigned on “unity.” In his inaugural address, he uttered the word at least eight times. As the administration approaches its 100thday, self-described Democratic socialist Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) is touting the president’s “progressive” credentials.
Writer Salena Zito best described the Rorschach test that Donald Trump represented. As she put it in 2016, "The press takes him literally, but not seriously; his supporters take him seriously, but not literally." Now comes another presidential dilemma: What to make of the new and radical Joe Biden?
Biden, Harris slam 'systemic racism' in US, say Chauvin guilty verdict is 'giant step' toward racial justice
The guilty verdict in the murder trial of former Minneapolis police Officer Derek Chauvin "can be a giant step forward in the march toward justice in America," President Biden and Vice President Harris said Tuesday.
Liz Peek: Biden's weak poll numbers – here's why many Americans unhappy with president, radical policies
Liberal news outlets want us to believe that Biden’s progressive juggernaut is wildly popular, and that the president’s obvious inadequacies are a figment of right-wing imagination.
Here are the things Democrats are claiming to be ‘infrastructure’ in spending debate
Over the past several weeks, prominent Democrats in Washington have claimed that items ranging from caregiving, to climate action, to the Everglades ecosystem in South Florida are all examples of infrastructure.
White House lying about border deals with Central American countries, Rep. Issa says
Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Calif., said the Biden administration's announcement that three Central American countries agreed to temporarily increase their border security is "the biggest foreign policy lie since Iran-Contra."