The White House announced that Harris has not been in close contact with President Joe Biden and will continue working from home.
“The decision today is not without a cost here at home. Putin’s war is already hurting American families at the gas pump,” the president said.
The US Remembered The 20th Anniversary Of 9/11 Weeks After The Chaotic End To The War In Afghanistan
The annual rituals remembering the attack on the US in 2001 are underway across the country.
Internal memos show that activists of color within the Sunrise Movement have privately alleged mistreatment for years — as the climate group publicly fought for racial justice.
Joe Biden Said Andrew Cuomo Should Resign After An Investigation Into Allegations Of Sexual Harassment
“I think he should resign," Biden said of Cuomo at a news conference Tuesday.
George was struck by a car early Saturday; the driver fled the scene.
It was the second time violent protesters have gathered in Los Angeles outside Wi Spa, though little has been confirmed about any incident involving a trans woman.
The far right has hammered away at the narrative that critical race theory is radical and anti-white. And now Republicans are using that story to try to win midterm elections.
One year after George Floyd was murdered, his family and other activists are escalating demands on Congress to limit qualified immunity for police officers.
Online Store Shein Apologized For Selling A Phone Case Depicting A Handcuffed Black Person Outlined In Chalk
The retailer had been criticized in the past for selling a "swastika pendant" and Muslim prayer mats as decorative rugs.
The peer-to-peer payments app leaves everyone from ordinary people to the most powerful person in the world exposed.
Tamir Rice's Family Is Pressuring The Biden Administration To Reopen A Federal Investigation Into His Death
“We’ll keep everything going until they give me some answers,” Tamir Rice’s mother said this week.
In His First 100 Days, Biden Called Out The Country’s Deeply Embedded Racism. Eradicating It Will Be Harder.
Joe Biden faces more difficult days ahead, with pressure ramping up for him to do more to fundamentally change the systems that perpetuate racism and inequality.
In his first joint address to Congress, Biden presented big, familiar ideas and pleaded with Republicans to pass them.
Joe Biden And Kamala Harris Said “We Still Have Work To Do” After Derek Chauvin Was Convicted Of Murdering George Floyd
The president and vice president called the verdict in George Floyd’s murder a “step forward” but pressed for Congress to pass police reforms.
“I think it’s a step towards our vision of a Green New Deal,” an activist from the Sunrise Movement said. They just think it falls far short.
A vocal ensemble had been renting the church’s space to practice for a performance that tells the crucifixion story through a lens of systemic racism when the noose appeared.
Sixty-five days into his first term — as 1,000 people a day continue to die of COVID-19 in the US — reporters asked Biden whether he was going to run for reelection.
In His First Press Conference, Biden Moved Closer To Supporting Radically Changing How The Senate Works
In his first White House press conference, Biden suggested he could support drastic change to how the Senate works.
Joe Biden And Kamala Harris Condemned The “Scapegoating" Of Asian Americans After The Shooting In Atlanta
“For the last year, we've had people in positions of incredible power scapegoating Asian Americans," Vice President Kamala Harris said in Atlanta.