Jordan Fabian, Washington Post

Jordan Fabian

Washington Post

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Past articles by Jordan:

How the End of a Trump-Era Border Rule Complicates Biden’s Immigration Policy

US President Joe Biden promised a more compassionate immigration policy than that of his predecessor, Donald Trump, who moved in myriad ways to restrict the flow of newcomers to the country. An unprecedented surge of migrants crossing the US southern border, however, has reignited the long-running debate in the US over immigration and tested Biden’s relatively welcoming approach. The demise of a… → Read More

Biden Loses Debt-Limit Leverage as Business Groups Push for Talks With McCarthy

President Joe Biden is under increasing pressure from business groups to negotiate with Speaker Kevin McCarthy on the US debt limit, a blow to the White House’s goal of avoiding talks with Republicans on raising it. → Read More

Biden Defends Ohio Train Wreck Response, Not Planning Visit

President Joe Biden said he has no plans right now to visit the site of a disastrous train derailment in East Palestine, Ohio, that left residents worried about contaminated air and water. → Read More

Biden Eyes New Rules to Deter Border Crossings After Title 42

The Biden administration intends to impose new rules barring migrants who illegally enter the US from seeking asylum if they do not apply for protections in another country en route to the southern border. → Read More

Biden Intends to Speak With Xi to Defuse Tensions Over Balloon

President Joe Biden sought to ease public concerns about a spate of aerial objects over the US in recent weeks, saying he intends to speak with President Xi Jinping of China to defuse tensions over the military downing of an alleged Chinese spy balloon. → Read More

US Says 3 Mystery Objects Likely Private, With No China Link

The Biden administration suspects that three unidentified objects downed since last Friday served commercial purposes and weren’t used for spying, a judgment that may help ease anxiety over a Chinese balloon that traversed the US before being shot down. → Read More

US Has ‘No Indication’ Alien Activity Is Behind Objects Shot Down

The US government’s assessment so far is that there’s no indication three unidentified objects it shot down were from a galaxy far, far, away. → Read More

Biden to Visit Poland as Russia-Ukraine War Reaches One-Year Mark

President Joe Biden will travel to Poland this month to mark the one-year mark of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the White House announced. → Read More

US Downs Unknown Object Over Alaska as China Tension Grows

President Joe Biden ordered the Pentagon to shoot down an object spotted at 40,000 feet over Alaska, less than a week after fighter jets targeted an alleged Chinese surveillance balloon that had crossed the US and provoked a national uproar. → Read More

Biden Dismisses Questions About Age, Tells Voters to ‘Watch Me’

President Joe Biden dismissed concerns about his age ahead of an expected 2024 reelection campaign, citing his performance in Tuesday night’s State of the Union address. → Read More

Biden Taunts Republican Who Heckled Him Over Their ‘Liar, Liar’ Jeers

President Joe Biden hit back at Republicans who heckled him during his State of the Union address over his assertion that some GOP lawmakers want to curb Social Security and Medicare benefits. → Read More

Biden Pushes Pared-Down Border Security, Dreamers Bill

President Joe Biden urged lawmakers to pass a pared-down package of changes to immigration law, as his administration continues to grapple with historic numbers of apprehensions at the southwest US border. → Read More

It’s More Than a State of the Union for Biden

US President Joe Biden hasn’t said for sure he plans to seek reelection in 2024. But his first big campaign speech will take place tonight regardless. → Read More

Even Democrats Are Now Critical of Biden Over Documents Fiasco

US President Joe Biden had hoped to put the mishandling of sensitive government files behind him. Instead, the emergence of another batch of classified material now has his own party upset at him. → Read More

Biden Stumbles Into a Crisis of His Own Making

Joe Biden was feeling pretty good at the start of 2023. He had a string of legislative wins in his pockets and Republicans had just made a spectacle of themselves electing a speaker of the House. → Read More

Biden Defends Handling of Files as Garland Eyes Special Counsel

President Joe Biden defended his handling of a second batch of classified documents found at his Wilmington, Delaware, home as the attorney general considers appointing a special counsel to investigate the matter. → Read More

US Weighs Covid-Prevention Measures for Travelers From China

The US is considering taking new Covid-19 precautions for people traveling from China, which has seen a rapid rise in infections as officials lift Covid Zero restrictions. → Read More

WNBA Star Griner Returns From Russia After Swap, Biden Says

President Joe Biden announced that WNBA star Brittney Griner had been released from detention in Russia, celebrating her one-to-one swap for a notorious arms dealer who had been convicted and imprisoned in the US. → Read More

Biden and DeSantis Already Have a Leg Up for 2024. That's Bad News for Donald Trump.

The 2024 presidential race is taking shape following midterm elections that gave an early boost to President Joe Biden and Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, while leaving Donald Trump on the defensive. → Read More

Biden Hails ‘Strong Night’ as Democrats Beat Expectations

The new field of longevity science aims to slow aging and make late-life more livable. But will the science ever work? And if so, will it only be for the super rich? → Read More