In the wake of the last recession, government spending dried up, dragging out the recovery. Policymakers warn against letting it happen again.
The most powerful woman in America plans to prevail in November. But what are the limits to her influence? Listen to the premiere of “Sway” with Kara Swisher.
The Democratic bill up for debate would send $25 billion to the Postal Service and reverse changes that have slowed service until after November’s election.
Twelve years after he left the Senate, a President Biden would find a Capitol that is far more partisan and less open to deal-making than the one that shaped his views of legislating.
Throughout his campaign, Joe Biden has repeatedly returned to the same themes and strategies that supported Mr. Lamb to a surprise victory in a district that Donald Trump carried by about 20 points in 2016.
As the Democratic vice-presidential nominee hits the campaign trail, a race to replace her kicks off.
When it is safe enough to return to school, young children would benefit the most. Yet financial pressures are pushing colleges to reopen most rapidly, an economist says.
At every step in her political career, the California congresswoman had to be coaxed to run for a higher office. Now she’s a top contender to be Joe Biden’s running mate.
Though I may not be here with you, I urge you to answer the highest calling of your heart and stand up for what you truly believe.
He told us to keep the faith. It’s not easy.
As Republicans consider whether to extend weekly payments for those without work during the pandemic, the election looms large.
The pandemic has dictated an unusual public mourning process for the civil rights icon. He will lie in state briefly under the Capitol dome and then move outside so the public can pay respects safely.