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Joe Biden

  1. the inside game
    The Strike From Hell for ‘Union Joe’The UAW doesn’t want his help, but he will need theirs against Trump, who sees an opportunity.
  2. the national interest
    Let’s Compare How Trump and Biden Treat Indicted Crooks on Their Own SideRepublicans won’t admit it, but Biden is respecting DOJ independence.
  3. politics
    Joe Biden and Eric Adams Don’t Seem to Be on Speaking TermsThe president met with Governor Hochul during his trip to New York this week — but not his mayoral antagonist.
  4. early and often
    3 Economic Risks That Could Decide the 2024 RaceBiden’s reelection may hinge on the trajectory of oil prices.
  5. early and often
    3 Lessons From the First History of Biden’s PresidencyTo pass an ambitious progressive agenda, move fast and stroke egos.
  6. tremendous content
    Trump Warns ‘Cognitively Impaired’ Biden May Cause ‘World War II’Days after a gaffe-filled speech in D.C., Trump continued attacking Biden’s flubs and reiterated his call for candidates to undergo cognitive tests.
  7. the national interest
    Challenging Biden Is Risky. So Is Nominating Him.A serious primary challenge could test and strengthen the president’s reelection campaign.
  8. the national interest
    Republicans Already Told Us Impeachment Is Revenge for Trump“They did it to us!”
  9. early and often
    The Case for Biden to Drop Kamala HarrisAn 80-year-old president probably shouldn’t have an exceptionally unpopular heir apparent.
  10. the national interest
    Why Isn’t a Mainstream Democrat Challenging Biden?The demand for a different option is robust. What is mystifyingly absent is the supply.
  11. early and often
    Americans Really Don’t Like Joe Biden Right NowA series of new polls suggests big problems for the president, with likely voters concerned about his age.
  12. the national interest
    Democrats Can’t Fix Their Minority-Voter Problem If They Don’t Understand ItMoving left will only make the party whiter.
  13. early and often
    Sidelined and Self-Sabotaged: What The Last Politician Says About Kamala HarrisFranklin Foer’s deep dive on the Biden administration offers new details about the vice-president’s difficulties racking up accomplishments.
  14. politics
    Hochul to Feds: The Migrant Crisis Is Your ProblemThe governor has sent President Biden a letter asking for additional funds and requesting expedited work authorizations for asylum seekers.
  15. the inside game
    ‘The Party of Cuckoo, Wacko, and Weirdo’Biden world watched the non-Trump debate with a mixture of boredom, disgust, and glee.
  16. politics
    Poll: New Yorkers Aren’t Thrilled With Anyone or AnythingA Siena College poll found that a majority of voters see the migrant crisis as a serious problem and give leaders low marks for their handling of it.
  17. vision 2024
    The Rise of the Young, Liberal, Nonwhite Republican?A significant minority of GOP voters are not what you would expect.
  18. early and often
    President Biden’s Weirdest White House Habits“Executive time” and the Diet Coke button are gone, but Biden keeps the White House weird with his secret Oval Office TV, Gatorades, and “fexting.”
  19. the inside game
    Biden’s Hollywood Debut Is on HoldThe strike has forced him to avoid some of his biggest donors, except the one helping run his campaign.
  20. the economy
    America’s Economic Outlook Keeps Getting BetterProductivity and real wages are rising.
  21. early and often
    What Would a ‘Legitimate’ Biden Victory Look Like to Republicans?Some Republicans would probably accept a more decisive Democratic win. Others might follow Trump in saying any defeat means a rigged election.
  22. encounter
    J. B. Pritzker Is a New Democratic Power BrokerThe governor of Illinois is rich and powerful, making him both an ally to Joe Biden and his own center of influence.
  23. right to shelter
    ‘We Can’t Sleep Because of the Worry’Overnight at the Roosevelt Hotel, where hundreds of migrants are still waiting for somewhere to go.
  24. trump indictment
    The Latest Trump Indictment Makes 2024 All About 2020There will be no “moving on” from the last election now.
  25. the inside game
    Joe Biden vs. Tommy Tuberville: How the President Picks His EnemiesTommy Tuberville is just the latest Republican foil.
  26. poll position
    NYT Poll Shows Trump Has a Very Decent Shot of Winning in 2024Right now, it’s a tight rematch between two unpopular candidates.
  27. the national interest
    The Democrats Can’t Wave Away Their Hunter Biden ProblemHow the party can clean up the Supreme Court and address the president’s son’s ethics scandals.
  28. presidential pets
    Biden’s (Other) Dog Bites ManMajor was rehomed for biting two people. Now his successor, Commander, has attacked seven, sending one Secret Service agent to the hospital.
  29. presidential pets
    Biden’s (Other) Dog Bites ManMajor was rehomed for biting two people. Now his successor, Commander, has attacked seven, sending one Secret Service agent to the hospital.
  30. the left
    AOC Is Just a Regular Old Democrat NowHow the most promising leftist of her generation lost her political identity.
  31. early and often
    Brace Yourself for 2024’s Two-Incumbent ElectionMuch has changed since 2020, and we haven’t had a presidential rematch in 130 years. A Trump-Biden sequel would truly be unprecedented.
  32. royals
    Story of Harry and Meghan’s Air Force One Snub Doesn’t FlyEven if you think they’re entitled and dim-witted, the Sussexes asking Joe Biden for a ride home after Queen Elizabeth’s funeral strains credulity.
  33. the national interest
    There’s a Simple Reason Voters Aren’t Crediting Bidenomics (Yet)It takes time for perception to match reality.
  34. early and often
    Will the Republican Economic Message Die If Inflation Ends?If the economy does make a soft landing, you can expect the GOP to go hog wild on crime, the border, drugs, and selected cultural wedge issues.
  35. the left
    The Case for Cornel West 2024 Is Extremely WeakHelping Donald Trump win the presidency is not a good way of advancing progressive political goals.
  36. early and often
    Biden’s Unpopularity Is More Mysterious Than It LooksThe economy is doing well. So why do so many people hate it?
  37. royals
    Palace Insists King Charles Loved Biden’s Protocol BreachWhile Michelle Obama and Donald Trump were dragged for touching the queen, King Charles supposedly appreciated President Biden’s handsy greeting.
  38. the economy
    It Makes Sense That Bidenomics Is Unpopular (So Far)For all its virtues, the president’s economic agenda has yet to increase living standards for most Americans.
  39. early and often
    Why Democrats Should Make the Supreme Court a Priority in 2024After Roe v. Wade was reversed, Democrats learned how damaging a conservative Court could be — and how rewarding it might be to fight.
  40. early and often
    Trump Could Win Another Lesser-of-Two-Evils ElectionBoth the Democratic and Republican front-runners for 2024 are very unpopular. Last time that happened, the unimaginable occurred.
  41. liveblog
    Fallout From SCOTUS Affirmative Action, Student-Loan Decisions: Live UpdatesWe’re tracking the news and commentary regarding the controversial decisions and what impact they may have.
  42. early and often
    Democrats Shouldn’t Ignore RFK Jr. They Should Expose Him.Kennedy’s right-wing allies and issue positions will keep him in the news. But he can and should be discredited as a legitimate Democrat.
  43. early and often
    Why Do So Many Americans Think Biden Is Doing a Bad Job?Polls show quite a few Democrats and independents aren’t happy with Biden on crime, inflation, and immigration, even though conditions are improving.
  44. the inside game
    The Guerrilla War to Stop No Labels From Electing TrumpD.C.’s centrists used to be friends, until a few inexplicably went rogue.
  45. trump indictment
    The DOJ Tried to Give Trump a Pass. He Wouldn’t Take It.The government gave the ex-president a chance to get away with willfully retaining classified documents. He refused to take it.
  46. exhibit a
    2024 Is Now the ‘Lock Him Up’ ElectionWhether Biden likes it or not, he will have to defend prosecuting Trump, who will absolutely end the case if he wins.
  47. the national interest
    Centrist Fanatics Go Wild Over Debt-Ceiling DealThey just like bipartisan deals, regardless of content.
  48. the capitol
    How TikTok Beat the Ban (for Now)Earlier this spring, Democrats and Republicans came together to call for a crackdown. It was never going to be that easy.
  49. liveblog
    The Debt Ceiling Bill Faces Its First Test: Live UpdatesBefore the deal goes to a full House vote, it has to pass a GOP-controlled committee where far-right members could potentially slow things down.
  50. the national interest
    The Debt-Ceiling Deal Buys Biden Time at a Terrible Long-Term CostWhat happens next time Republicans take a hostage?
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