Catherine Lucey, Wall Street Journal

Catherine Lucey

Wall Street Journal

Washington, DC, United States

Contact Catherine

Discover and connect with journalists and influencers around the world, save time on email research, monitor the news, and more.

Start free trial

  • Unknown
  • Wall Street Journal
  • The Boston Globe
  • seattlepi
  • NEWS102.3 KRMG
  • The Miami Herald
  • The Virginian-Pilot
  • KOIN News
  • WOKV News
  • WCVB-TV Boston
  • and more…

Past articles by Catherine:

Biden Places Bet on ‘Long Game’ in Bid to Reset Relations With Saudi Arabia

Saudi officials tempered expectations after the high-profile summit between the crown prince and U.S. president in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. → Read More

Biden to Define U.S. Middle East Vision Heavy on Diplomacy

President Biden is planning a speech in Saudi Arabia that will lay out an approach to the Middle East rooted in collaboration, rather than aggression. → Read More

Saudi Arabia Fully Opens Airspace to Israel Ahead of Biden Visit

The U.S. president is expected to meet with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman at his Jeddah palace, but is unlikely to secure many concessions → Read More

Biden Arrives in Israel on High-Stakes Middle East Trip to Boost Ties

The president kicked off a trip to the Middle East that his administration hopes will bolster U.S. ties in the region, but could yield limited progress on American priorities. → Read More

Iran Set to Provide Russia With Armed Drones, White House Says

National security adviser Jake Sullivan says Iran is preparing to train Russian troops to use them, beginning as soon as early this month. → Read More

Fight Over Abortion Rights Now Moves to Statehouses Nationwide

The overturning of Roe v. Wade opens new political battlegrounds across the U.S. → Read More

Biden Says He Is Near Decision on Backing Federal Gasoline-Tax Holiday

Any suspension in the federal gas tax of 18.4 cents a gallon would require action from Congress. So far, Democratic-led efforts to temporarily pause collecting the tax have failed to gain traction. → Read More

Biden Falls as He Dismounts From Bike Near Delaware Beach Home

President Biden said he was unhurt after he caught a foot on a bicycle pedal and fell to the ground. → Read More

Biden Takes Time Deliberating Some Key Policy Decisions, to Democrats’ Frustration

Student-debt forgiveness and China tariffs remain unresolved, but Biden aides say the president is deliberative so that he can get to the right results. → Read More

Biden Seeks to Strengthen LGBT Protections With Executive Order

The president’s move aims to counter state laws around transgender youths and to reduce exposure to “conversion therapy,” a practice opposed by the medical establishment but backed by religious-freedom advocates. → Read More

White House Counsel Leaving Amid Turnover Among Biden Advisers

Dana Remus will be replaced by her deputy, Stuart Delery, a former Justice Department official. → Read More

Biden to Meet With Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince in July

The president aims to reinvigorate relations with key Middle Eastern partners during a visit to the region next month that includes a stop in Saudi Arabia, administration officials said. → Read More

Biden Moved From Beach House After a Plane Enters Restricted Airspace

The president and first lady were temporarily moved from a Rehoboth Beach, Del., home on Saturday after a private plane entered restricted airspace, apparently by mistake. → Read More

White House Pressed on When Biden Knew of Baby Formula Shortage

President Biden says he became aware of the seriousness of the issue in April; industry executives say they knew earlier. → Read More

Upholding Roe v. Wade Is Supported by Most Americans, WSJ Poll Finds

After decades of shifting attitudes, a Wall Street Journal Poll finds that some 57% of respondents say a woman should be able to get an abortion for any reason. → Read More

Abortion-Rights Activists Push for Biden to Be More Outspoken

The White House has been hesitant to lay out its strategy until the Supreme Court officially decides whether to overturn Roe v. Wade. → Read More

Biden Stresses Contrast With GOP Economic Agenda as Midterm Challenges Grow

President Biden said Republicans would worsen inflation and raise taxes on American families, part of an effort to cast the GOP as obstructing his agenda and fixated on culture wars instead of governing. → Read More

Biden at Center of Fight Over Abortion After Career of Reservations

The Democratic president, who previously called his position “middle of the road,” is pressed by abortion rights supporters to be more outspoken in defense of procedure against Republicans. → Read More

Biden’s Claim of Russian Genocide in Ukraine Adds to Pressure Campaign

The administration is warning of financial implications for countries that don’t condemn the war’s brutality. → Read More

Bidens’ Income Was $610,702 in 2021, Tax Returns Show

The first couple released their returns Friday, as did Vice President Kamala Harris and her husband. → Read More