Until the repairs are complete on the Naval Observatory, the second couple will live at Blair House near the White House, the home that serves as accommodations for the president's guests.
President Joe Biden called on Americans to overcome their divisions, declaring in his first address in office that “without unity, there is no peace.”
With Beau's photo behind him, Biden began his term signing 17 executive orders on Wednesday — and it is likely that Beau's legacy will continue to be an influence on the president's decisions over the next four years.
Kamala Harris made history on Wednesday, becoming the country's first Black, first Asian and first female second-in-command, after being inaugurated alongside President Joe Biden.
The push to inoculate Americans against the coronavirus is hitting a roadblock: A number of states are reporting they are running out of vaccine, and tens of thousands of people who managed to get appointments for a first dose are seeing them canceled.
In the waning hours of his presidency, Donald Trump left the nation’s capital Wednesday morning ahead of the inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden.
First lady Melania Trump reflected on the COVID-19 pandemic, her “Be Best” initiative and also the “unforgettable” stories she’s heard from people across the country in a farewell video posted to Twitter Monday.
Since President Ronald Reagan’s letter to President George H.W. Bush, every hand-off of power has included a gracious note left in the Oval Office — regardless of political party.
Some legal experts think the overt political involvement by the GOP AGs could have a lasting effect on how judges view actions from their offices.
The military’s top leaders have issued a memo to forces decrying last week’s Capitol Hill violence and reminding service members that freedom of speech does not give anyone the right to resort to violence.
Congress has formally validated Joe Biden's presidential election victory on a day that saw a time-honored ceremony become a nightmare of unprecedented political terror.
Lawmakers are vowing an investigation into how police handled Wednesday’s violent breach at the Capitol.
Congress was forced to abruptly halt its session on counting Electoral College votes won by President-elect Joe Biden as supporters of President Donald Trump swarmed the U.S. Capitol. But the counting resumed, and Biden’s win was certified.
Reaction from lawmakers poured in after the U.S. Capitol was locked down Wednesday due to protesters supporting President Donald Trump breaching barricades and initiating violent clashes with Capitol police.
Facebook and Twitter removed a Trump video posted after supporters stormed the US Capitol, with Twitter saying the president's account will be suspended for 12 hours.
Democrats won both Georgia Senate seats — and with them, the U.S. Senate majority — as final votes were counted Wednesday.
Democratic challenger Jon Ossoff will win his U.S. Senate runoff against Republican incumbent Sen. David Perdue, The Associated Press projects.
In a letter to Congress, Vice President Mike Pence said he does not believe he has the "unilateral authority" to decide which electoral votes should be counted.
President Trump early Wednesday put the pressure on Vice President Pence, saying that if he "comes through for us" and decertifies the Electoral College, he will "win the presidency."
Reps. Adam Schiff, Zoe Lofgren, Jamie Raskin and Joe Neguse will lead Democrats in the "Constitutional, historical and thematic justification for respecting the will of the people," Pelosi wrote in an open letter to colleagues