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Oversight committee raises questions about Biden donors, government contracts

House oversight Republicans have launched an inquiry into whether President Joe Biden rewarded political donors with contracts and government positions, the latest allegation of misconduct against the administration as it fends off... Read more »

Biden announces nominee to lead ATF, pushes crackdown on gun dealers

President Joe Biden announced a new nominee to lead the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) Monday while emphasizing his crack down on “ghost guns” and “rogue gun dealers.” Biden... Read more »

Biden expected to push back student loan repayment to September

The Biden administration is expected to extend the student loan repayment freeze, which was scheduled to end May 1. The new pause on repayment will likely go through Aug. 31 of this... Read more »

Biden to release oil reserves, a move critics say is too little, too late

President Joe Biden announced he would release 180 million barrels of oil from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve over the next six months in an attempt to stabilize rising costs, but critics question... Read more »

Biden blames gas prices, inflation on Putin, but critics push back

President Joe Biden has repeatedly pointed to the crisis in Ukraine as the source of the marked increase in gas prices and inflation, but critics point out those prices were soaring well... Read more »

Satisfaction with Biden’s performance low ahead of state of the union address

Newly released polling data shows President Joe Biden’s poll numbers remain low ahead of Tuesday night’s state of the union address. Gallup released data Tuesday that showed nearly the lowest satisfaction rates for... Read more »

Voters unhappy with economy, Biden’s leadership

The majority of Americans think the country is headed in the wrong direction, and they doubt President Joe Biden’s ability to change that, according to a new poll. The Wall Street Journal... Read more »

Democrats’ $3.5 trillion spending bill with tax increases would cause economic decline

House Democrats have unveiled a litany of new tax proposals to fund President Joe Biden’s $3.5 trillion federal spending bill, but a new report suggests the spending plan would shrink the economy.... Read more »

Biden withdraws controversial ATF nominee after bipartisan concern

President Joe Biden on Thursday announced the withdrawal of his controversial nominee, David Chipman, to lead the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF). Several leading Republicans were outspoken opponents of... Read more »