Chris Megerian, Los Angeles Times

Chris Megerian

Los Angeles Times

Washington, DC, United States

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Recent articles by Chris:

Biden denounces 'horrible' treatment of Haitians at border

Biden says an investigation is underway into how Border Patrol officers on horseback dealt with Haitian immigrants. → Read More

Biden hails booster shots as next level in pandemic protection

President Biden spoke from the White House the morning after federal regulators approved COVID-19 booster shots for many Americans. → Read More

Federal officials rework distribution for 'two vaccine nations'

Grappling with a nation divided over COVID, federal officials are reworking how they will distribute vaccines and treatments. → Read More

Biden to pledge more vaccine doses to boost global inoculation rates

President Biden plans to increase the U.S. commitment to the global COVID-19 vaccination campaign. → Read More

Biden to urge action on climate change and the pandemic at U.N. today

Biden will try to reassure allies that the United States will not turn its back on global commitments during his first speech at the U.N. on Tuesday. → Read More

Review: 'Peril,' on Trump, by Bob Woodward and Robert Costa

Bob Woodward's third book on the Trump presidency, written with Robert Costa, (overly) details the Trump-Biden transition with little new insight. → Read More

Biden to announce the U.S. will share nuclear submarine technology with Australia

The U.S. will share nuclear submarine technology with Australia as President Biden strengthens a network of alliances as a bulwark against China. → Read More

Biden to confront the issue of wildfire danger during California trip

President Biden visited a firefighting headquarters in Idaho before he's expected to tour wildfire damage near Sacramento. → Read More

The U.S. war in Afghanistan is over — but the war on terror continues

President Biden says the counter-terrorism mission in Afghanistan will continue. Experts say it's going to be much harder. → Read More

Under pressure, Biden to defend withdrawal from Afghanistan

President Biden will seek to turn the page on a foreign policy crisis when he speaks about the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Afghanistan. → Read More

Biden at Dover to meet families of troops slain in Kabul attack

Joe Biden is meeting with slain troops' families. He had hoped to be the first president in two decades to avoid losing U.S. troops in Afghanistan. → Read More

U.S. military members killed in Kabul airport bombing, Pentagon says

Two Afghanistan suicide bombings — one at the airport and one nearby — are believed to be by an Islamic State affiliate. → Read More

Biden hosts Israel's new prime minister, to discuss Iran

Israel's prime minister, Naftali Bennett, visits President Biden on Thursday in hopes of normalizing the relationship between the two allied nations. → Read More

FDA Pfizer vaccine OK a big help for Biden COVID-19 campaign

FDA's approval of the Pfizer COVID vaccine comes at key time for President Biden, with Americans growing disenchanted with his handling of the pandemic. → Read More

Biden wants clean energy jobs to help fight climate change

California is a test case in President Biden's efforts to demonstrate how fighting climate change is good for the economy. → Read More

Biden meets with Latino leaders on El Pason shooting anniversary

President Biden meets with Latino leaders on the second anniversary of the El Paso shooting as Democrats try to shore up support among Latino voters. → Read More

Biden expected to push vaccine for federal workers

President Biden is considering stiffer measures to increase the number of Americans who get vaccinated against COVID-19. → Read More

Masks on. Masks off. Masks on again at White House, as COVID variant threat grows

A little more than two months ago, a beaming President Biden stepped into the Rose Garden to announce that vaccinated Americans no longer needed to wear masks indoors. → Read More

Biden makes prime-time pitch for infrastructure, but Ohioans press on voting rights and more

President Biden went to Cincinnati to promote his infrastructure plans at a union hall and a CNN town hall, amid bipartisan talks at the Capitol. → Read More

'They're killing people': Biden blames social media for COVID vaccine misinformation

The Delta variant and widespread vaccine hesitancy in red states has stalled progress on President Biden's battle against COVID-19 and threatens the economy's revival. → Read More