Joey Garrison, USA TODAY

Joey Garrison

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Recent articles by Joey:

Biden unleashes a year's worth of anger at Trump in Jan. 6 speech, blasting him as an undemocratic liar

Biden accused Trump of spreading a "web of lies" over the election and putting his own interests above the country's because of a "bruised ego." → Read More

Schumer says Senate plans to vote on Build Back Better after Manchin said he's opposed to signature Biden bill

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said Monday the Senate would bring the president's social safety net legislation to a floor vote in January. → Read More

Schumer says Senate plans to vote on Build Back Better after Manchin said he's opposed to signature Biden bill

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said Monday the Senate would bring the president's social safety net legislation to a floor vote in January. → Read More

Schumer says Senate plans to vote on Build Back Better after Manchin said he's opposed to signature Biden bill

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said Monday the Senate would bring the president's social safety net legislation to a floor vote in January. → Read More

Biden's infrastructure law mandates technology in new vehicles to stop drunk drivers. How would it work?

The bipartisan law instructs the NHTSA to require automakers to include anti-drunken driving technology in new cars. → Read More

What's in the House-passed Build Back Better bill? Paid leave, universal pre-K and more

The roughly $2 trillion package includes an assortment of progressive priorities, such as prekindergarten expansion and climate change initiatives. → Read More

Biden to undergo colonoscopy Friday, temporarily transferring power to Vice President Harris

During the procedure, presidential power will be transferred to Vice President Kamala Harris. → Read More

Is 'illegal conduct' the reason for rising gas prices? Biden urges regulators to find out

Biden claims there's an 'unexplained large gap' between the price of unfinished gasoline, down 5% since last month, and the average price at the pump. → Read More

A 'game-changer'? Mayors, governors ready to compete for $1 trillion in infrastructure funds

Mayors of Mobile, Ala., Denver and Phoenix – and governors – hope President Biden's infrastructure bill turns long-discussed projects into reality. → Read More

'Country before self ... before all else': US presidents remember Colin Powell as American hero

President Joe Biden said former secretary of state Colin Powell "embodied the highest ideals of both warrior and diplomat." → Read More

Biden blocks attempt by Trump to withhold White House documents from Jan. 6 probe

The White House has said that it would not be appropriate for Biden to assert executive privilege to block the release of documents on the Capitol riot. → Read More

Who's covered by Biden's new vaccine mandates? When do they go into effect? Here's what we know.

President Biden announced measures from new vaccine mandates to expanded testing to battle rising cases of the delta coronavirus variant. → Read More

White House asks Congress for billions in emergency funds for Afghan resettlement

The White House is seeking $6.4 billion for Afghan resettlement one week after the U.S. ended ended its military effort in Afghanistan. → Read More

White House responds to plea of interpreter who helped rescue Biden but is still stuck in Afghanistan

The interpreter drove through a blinding snowstorm after helicopter fr → Read More

He was the last U.S. soldier to leave Afghanistan after 20 years of occupation

Maj. Gen. Christopher Donahue, commander of the 82nd Airborne Division in Fort Bragg, N.C., was the final soldier to leave Afghanistan. → Read More

With last plane out of Kabul, America's 20-year war in Afghanistan is over

The pullout capped a tumultuous withdrawal of U.S. troops that was upended after the Taliban quickly took over the Afghan government this month. → Read More

Explosions in Kabul leave casualties, chaos at airport amid evacuations by U.S., allied forces

The explosion come after the State Department on Wednesday night alerted Americans at gates of the chaotic Kabul airport to "leave immediately." → Read More

Latest on Afghanistan: At least 500 Americans are trying to get out; 4,500 evacuated so far

World Bank cuts off funding. The US accelerates its evacuations. Pelosi criticizes lawmakers who made secret trip to Kabul. → Read More

Latest on Afghanistan: Biden says US 'on a pace' for Aug. 31 pullout; Taliban block Afghans from airport

Biden added the deadline depends on Taliban cooperation, and added that he has asked the Depts. of State and Defense to prepare contingency plans. → Read More

Biden's approval rating drops to lowest point amid rise in COVID, Afghanistan fallout

Biden's perceived handling of the COVID-19 pandemic – long one of his strongest marks – appears largely behind the drop. → Read More