Joe Biden's New Executive Orders Will Make The Federal Government Finally Take Responsibility For COVID-19
The new president will sign executive orders on his second day in office designed to give the federal government a greater role in ending the pandemic.
Joe Biden's inaugural speech leaned hard on unity, and an argument for how it can happen, even as he spoke from the site of political violence.
The incoming president plans to sign executive orders in his first hours on everything from COVID-19 to climate change and immigration.
While Tuesday's memorial was the first step toward national recognition of how much has been lost to the pandemic, some mourners are wondering what accountability looks like.
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"The incoming Biden administration has a huge responsibility to fulfill to do what past administrations have failed to do."
Biden gave his most explicit rebuttal of Trump’s election claims after officially winning the Electoral College.
The coronavirus vaccination plan, announced as part of a health team rollout, would mean distributing 100 million shots in Joe Biden’s first months as president.
I’m just one of the thousands of Americans who have long-term post-COVID symptoms. This crisis won't end with a vaccine.
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The president-elect spoke about coronavirus relief with governors from across the country, including Republicans. The next steps are still hazy.
The president-elect announced the top staffers for his White House, while President Donald Trump continues to slow the formal transition process.
Latino Republicans played an instrumental role in this election, helping to shift Texas’s Rio Grande Valley toward Trump.
If anything, Trump did better in counties with higher COVID-19 death rates.
“I believe that this is part of the mandate from the American people. They want us to cooperate.”
"Thank you. Just thank you for winning."
Biden won the presidency Saturday morning, after securing wins in Pennsylvania and Nevada.
Biden won a historic number of votes and defeated a sitting president. Now he will need to rush to address COVID-19 and deal with political divisions that Trump enabled.
"There's so much at stake here.”
“I see the Latinos really concerned about what's coming, and they're not just worried about what's coming in the upcoming years, but we're talking about the near future."