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Ketanji Brown Jackson Chosen as Biden's Nominee for Supreme Court: Live Updates

President Biden’s choice of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson, according to two people familiar with the plans, ended a monthlong search to replace Justice Stephen G. Breyer, who is retiring. → Read More

Biden, a Veteran of Supreme Court Fights, Ponders His Own Historic Pick

President Biden spent decades in the Senate and presided over the transformation of Supreme Court fights into hyperpartisan affairs. Now he is pushing to lower the temperature for his own nominee. → Read More

Relax, America: Willow, the White House Cat, Has Arrived

She interrupted a campaign speech. Jill Biden wanted to keep her. → Read More

‘Hey, Pal’: Biden Welcomes a New Puppy to the White House

The 3-month-old German shepherd with very large, pointy ears is named Commander. → Read More

Jen Psaki, the White House press secretary, has tested positive for the coronavirus.

The White House press secretary was vaccinated against Covid when she became infected with the coronavirus. → Read More

Stephanie Grisham’s Book Details Trump’s ‘Terrifying’ Temper

The former press secretary is reflective in her tell-all: “I should have spoken up more.” → Read More

Biden Condemns Border Patrol Treatment of Haitian Migrants as Expulsions Continue

Several members of the administration said that an inquiry into what happened was still open and that officials would continue deporting migrants under a Trump-era public health rule. → Read More

Biden and Bush Urge Unity as Nation Remembers Sept. 11

Both President Biden and former President George W. Bush acknowledged that what has happened in the years since has only challenged the notion that Americans found strength in coming together. → Read More

At 9/11 Ceremonies, Moments of Silence, Tributes and Tears

Twenty years after the worst attack on American soil, the loss of nearly 3,000 people was remembered in events across the country. → Read More

‘Have at it,’ Biden says to Republicans who’ve threatened to challenge vaccine mandates.

President Biden’s remarks came a day after he unveiled an extensive plan to push two-thirds of American workers to be vaccinated against the coronavirus. → Read More

Biden Mandates Vaccines for Workers, Saying, ‘Our Patience Is Wearing Thin’

Initially reluctant to enact mandates, the president is now moving aggressively to require vaccination as the Delta variant races across the country. → Read More

President Biden is expected to lay out a plan on Thursday to push broad vaccination mandates.

White House officials said that, in a speech scheduled for 5 p.m., Mr. Biden would detail initiatives mean to pressure private businesses, federal agencies and schools. → Read More

Jill Biden Returns to In-Person Teaching

Sending the first lady back into the classroom puts weight behind President Biden’s promise that his administration can get students safely back into in-person learning this fall. → Read More

As Taliban Capture Cities, U.S. Says Afghan Forces Must Fend for Themselves

The muted American response to the Taliban siege shows in no uncertain terms that the U.S. war in Afghanistan is over. → Read More

The Trump Books Are Coming. Cue the War of the Excerpts.

As a handful of authors compete to recount President Donald J. Trump’s last year in office, Twitter is strewn with vividly reported snapshots of a monumental year in American history. → Read More

Title IX Protections Extend to Transgender Students, Education Dept. Says

Using a Supreme Court ruling as its guide, the department will issue guidance that says discrimination against gay and transgender students is prohibited under the 1972 law. → Read More

Harris Asked to Lead on Voting Rights. She Has Her Work Cut Out for Her.

Her new role comes as the Senate enters a crucial month in the Democratic drive to enact the most extensive elections overhaul in a generation. → Read More

White House Says Dating Apps Can Help Vaccinated (and Frisky) Find Love

With new “I’m Vaccinated” badges, dating apps are plugging into a cultural conversation over how Americans can approach postpandemic dating. → Read More

White House Says Undocumented Students Can Receive Pandemic Aid

The rule reverses a Trump-era policy that barred the students from obtaining emergency aid to cover food, housing and school supplies. → Read More

Breaking With Predecessors, Biden Declares Mass Killings of Armenians a Genocide

The Turkish government, as well as human rights activists and ethnic Armenians, had a muted response to the news, describing the move as largely symbolic. → Read More