Civil rights leaders want more action from Biden to protect voting rights
The Biden presidency goes into its second 100 days with a higher approval rating than his predecessor but tough days are ahead
But the president warned that we cannot stop because so much more must be done.
The president says Americans will get “independence from this virus”
Unlike the always exaggerating Donald Trump, who claimed he would achieve goals beyond his reach, Biden sets realistic expectations that can be met
The normally-verbose president looked tired and drawn as he ventured out in public for just a few minutes as hie voter fraud claims keep losing in court.
More than three days of counting after the polling places closed Tuesday gave Biden a clear win with more states left to call.
As courts reject most of Trump’s frantic legal stunts, White House chief of staff Mark Meadows is diagnosed with COVID-19.
As Biden continues to have the edge on late counting states and an Electoral College majority, an angry Trump turns to Twitter to rant and rave.
If the call of an Arizona win for Biden holds, he is just six votes away.