Published: May 13, 2022
US President Joe Biden met with executives of infant formula manufacturers and retailers, including Target, Walmart and Nestle's Gerber, on Thursday to push them to beef up tight supplies and do everything possible to get families access.
Published: Apr 19, 2022
White House Indo-Pacific coordinator Kurt Campbell and the State Department's top official for Asia will travel this week to the Solomon Islands, the White House said on Monday (April 18), amid concerns that the Pacific Island country is making a security pact with China.
Published: Mar 01, 2022
The United States sees "no reason to change" its nuclear alert levels at this time, the White House said on Monday (February 28) after Russian President Vladimir Putin put Russia's nuclear deterrent on high alert amid a barrage of Western reprisals over Moscow's invasion of Ukraine.
Published: Dec 22, 2021
WASHINGTON - White House officials are carefully watching the economic impact of the latest coronavirus surge, as concerns mount both at home and abroad that surging caseloads could again lead to restrictions that hurt growth and jobs.
Published: Dec 18, 2021
A federal appeals court on Friday reinstated the Biden administrations coronavirus vaccination policy for large private businesses, reversing an earlier court ruling that had halted one of the White Houses signature efforts to reduce transmission and drive down case counts.
Published: Dec 10, 2021
A federal appeals court on Thursday resoundingly rejected former president Donald Trumps bid to keep his White House documents secret from a congressional committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol, setting up an emergency Supreme Court review.
Published: Dec 01, 2021
WASHINGTON - Senior White House officials have in the past few days studied how much funding they have available to respond to the omicron variant, as the Biden administration makes contingency plans to deal with the next potential stage in the pandemic, three people familiar with the matter said.
Published: Nov 21, 2021
WASHINGTON - After nearly eight months of gridlock, President Joe Bidens push to overhaul the economy is finally gaining momentum as congressional Democrats overcome their internal divisions and advance his signature legislative initiatives.