Joe Biden

Joe Biden’s Student Debt Cancellation, Explained

Although the Supreme Court blocked one of the president’s debt cancellation plans, his administration has forgiven billions via other policies.

Fear of Commitment

On the protest votes—both of them—in Michigan.

Biden’s Standing With Arab American Voters Seems Shaky Post-Michigan

Plus: Haley supporters feel abandoned by Trump’s GOP.

The Least Bad Option

Should Joe Biden be replaced as nominee at the Democratic convention?

Our Best Stuff Marking the Second Anniversary of the War in Ukraine

Plus: The truth about Moscow grocery stores and Biden’s diminished mental capacity.

Why Donald Trump’s Prosecutors May Be Helping His Campaign

Plus: A new federal indictment could sink Republicans’ impeachment aspirations.

A New Cope

Is Joe Biden getting a raw deal from the media?

Leading by Leaving

Would Biden or Trump ever consider following the paths of Lyndon Johnson and Richard Nixon?

Biden and the Blank Space 

Progressive activists in Michigan are mounting a write-in campaign for ‘uncommitted.’

The Attention Turns to Donald Trump’s Georgia Prosecutor

Plus: Was Robert Hur out of line in his report on Joe Biden’s classified documents?

How Much Immigration Power Does Joe Biden Have?

A complex landscape of authorities and constraints limits what presidents can do without Congress.

Ronna McDaniel Plans Her RNC Exit

Plus: Biden surrogates push back on the special counsel report.

Our Best Stuff From a Week That Defied Description

Oral arguments at the Supreme Court, a ruling from the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals, and a damaging special counsel report for Joe Biden.

A 10-Word Epitaph for Democrats’ Hopes

Special counsel Robert Hur says the quiet part out loud.

Moment to Moment

The bill has come due on Joe Biden’s age.

Joe Biden Takes the Good With the Bad

Plus: Two monumental cases regarding Donald Trump and 2024.