Despite GOP calls demanding Gen. Milley's resignation, President Biden assured that he has "great confidence" in the general, ultimately dismissing reports that Milley held secret calls with China
The New York Times also earned criticism because the FEC, despite favoring Twitter, did not use the term "unsubstantiated" to refer to the New York Post's reporting
"If we were in Tajikistan and we pulled up with a C-130 and said, “We’re going to let, you know, anybody who was involved with being sympathetic to us to get on the plane,” you’d have people hanging in the wheel well," President Biden said
Such a rise would mark an all-time high since the data has been collected in the Survey of Consumer Expectations.
Biden's vaccine mandate could hurt minorities the most, as Black Americans are less likely than Whites of being vaccinated
During the call, Xi told Biden that if Beijing and Washington clash, "both countries and the world will suffer"
On September 11, 2001, the United States suffered one of the worst attacks in its history. The consequences scarred a generation
President Biden is living arguably his worst month in the presidency, with a recent YouGov poll showing a record number of Americans disapproving of him
White House advisers also asked the Democratic president to answer fewer questions