Joe Biden, a Democrat from Delaware, was elected President of the United States on November 3, 2020. He was inaugurated on January 20, 2021 as the nation’s 46th president of the United States.
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Timeline of the Joe Biden presidency
Jan 20, 2021, Wed
- take the Oath of Office - proclaims a National Day of Unity - rejoins the Paris Agreement - Cancels the Keystone XL pipeline - directs agencies to review and reverse more than 100 Trump actions on the environment - halt funding for the border wall - repeal the travel ban from Muslim-majority countries - to extend the pause on federal student loans through September 30, 2021
- take the Oath of Office
- proclaims a National Day of Unity
- rejoins the Paris Agreement
- Cancels the Keystone XL pipeline
- directs agencies to review and reverse more than 100 Trump actions on the environment
- halt funding for the border wall
- repeal the travel ban from Muslim-majority countries
- to extend the pause on federal student loans through September 30, 2021
Executive actions: Here's what Biden signed on Inauguration Day - CNNPolitics
Joe Biden plans to take 17 executive actions in the first hours of his presidency Wednesday, signing a flurry of executive orders, memoranda and directives to agencies implementing his first moves to address the coronavirus pandemic and undo some of Donald Trump's signature policies.
A National Day of Unity | The White House
Today, we celebrate the triumph of democracy after an election that saw more Americans voting than ever before in our Nation’s history, and where the will of the people has been heard and heeded.
Biden restores ties with the World Health Organization that were cut by Trump. - The New York Times
The Biden administration announced that Dr. Anthony S. Fauci, the nation’s top infectious disease expert, would be the head of the U.S. delegation to the agency’s executive board. Dr. Fauci will begin that role with a meeting this week.
Jan 21, 2021, Thu
- ten executive orders related to the country's COVID-19 response - Fauci announces that the US will rejoin WHO - proposes 5-year extension of nuke treaty
- ten executive orders related to the country’s COVID-19 response
- Fauci announces that the US will rejoin WHO
- proposes 5-year extension of nuke treaty
Biden Announces Executive Actions To Help Reopen Schools : President Biden Takes Office : NPR
The new measures would increase testing and access to personal protective equipment for schools, and create a centralized, national database of school coronavirus cases.
Biden’s Agenda Faces Early Hurdles in a Divided Congress - WSJ
GOP senators refused to strike to a power-sharing agreement unless Democrats maintain the filibuster, potentially delaying President Biden’s cabinet picks and legislative agenda.
Biden rolls out ‘full-scale, wartime’ coronavirus strategy, including requiring masks on some planes, trains and buses. - The New York Times
President Biden signed a string of executive orders and presidential directives on Thursday aimed at combating the worst public health crisis in a century, including new requirements for masks on interstate planes, trains and buses and for international travelers to quarantine after arriving in the United States.
COVID-19 Executive Orders Are Biden's Top Priority On Day 2 : President Biden Takes Office : NPR
President Biden laid out his COVID-19 strategy before he took office. On Thursday, he'll start implementing it with 10 orders and directives.
Biden administration to seek five-year extension on key nuclear arms treaty in first foray with Russia - The Washington Post
While engaging in negotiations, the president is also preparing to impose new costs on Russia pending an intelligence assessment and is ruling out a “reset” in relations with Moscow, senior officials said.
Jan 22, 2021, Fri
Fact Check: Does Biden's Executive Order Allow Transgender Athletes to Compete With Gender of Their Choosing?
President Joe Biden signed an executive order to combat discrimination based on gender identity and sexual orientation that some believe will force transgender female athletes to compete on women's sports teams.
This is Biden's seven-point plan for tackling the pandemic | MIT Technology Review
The plan is a distillation of a 200-page strategy document, some of which have already started to be put into action through executive orders.
Biden signs two executive orders on Covid economic relief, worker protections
Biden has signed a number of executive orders to roll back Trump-era policies, as well as address the Covid-19 pandemic.
Justice Department Weighs Amnesty for Academics to Disclose Foreign Funding - WSJ
Proposal comes as faculty members escalate opposition to criminal cases and the U.S. considers how to support international academic collaboration while making sure professors make disclosures.
Senate Republicans throw cold water on Biden's immigration proposal
The resistance includes Marco Rubio and Lindsey Graham, the two remaining GOP authors of the "Gang of Eight" overhaul in 2013.
Jan 23, 2021, Sat
Biden Moves To Reverse One of Trump's Worst Directives - The Daily Poster
The new president is moving to change Trump's disastrous policy that helped corporations force employees into unsafe workplaces.
Jan 24, 2021, Sun
Jan 25, 2021, Mon
McConnell allows Senate power-sharing deal to advance after fight with Democrats over filibuster - CNNPolitics
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell announced Monday that he will allow the 50-50 Senate to officially organize so Democrats can take control of key committees in the chamber after a weeklong battle with Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer over the rights of the minority to stall legislation.
Filibuster clash paralyzes Senate. Democratic frustration grows on how to proceed.
The fate of top Democratic priorities like $1,400 checks and an immigration overhaul could hang in the balance.
Harriet Tubman $20 Bill Redesign to be Accelerated by Biden Administration - The New York Times
The decision to have Ms. Tubman replace Andrew Jackson on the note was set in motion in 2016. President Donald J. Trump opposed the idea, and his Treasury secretary, Steven Mnuchin, stopped work on it.
Russia, U.S. security chiefs discuss extending New START arms treaty: reports | Reuters
The secretary of Russia's Security Council, Nikolai Patrushev, discussed extending the New Start arms treaty in a phone call with new U.S. National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan, Russian news agencies reported on Monday.
Biden order toughens Buy American rules for federal agencies - The Washington Post
The Trump administration also attempted to have the federal government buy more goods made in the U.S.
Jan 26, 2021, Tue
Biden confronts Putin and Russia in their first call - Vox
President Joe Biden had his first call with Russian President Vladimir Putin since taking office
Texas federal judge blocks Biden's deportation 'pause' - The Washington Post
Texas attorney general Ken Paxton, a Trump ally, declares “Victory” after judge issues temporary restraining order
Biden’s new actions to boost Covid-19 vaccines, explained - Vox
Biden will announce 3 new Covid-19 federal responses: —Increase vaccine supply to states to ~10 million a week. —Provide vaccine count estimates to states at least 3 weeks in advance. —Purchase 100 million doses of the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines each.
Biden Administration Works To Boost COVID-19 Vaccine Supply : President Biden Takes Office : NPR
The Biden administration says it plans to buy an additional 100 million doses from both Moderna and from Pfizer and pledges greater transparency with state and local leaders about supply expectations.
Biden signs executive actions addressing ‘racial equity’ | Joe Biden News | Al Jazeera
The actions order the US justice department to halt use of private prisons.
Jan 27, 2021, Wed
Biden starts staffing a commission on Supreme Court reform
The Biden administration is moving forward with the creation of a bipartisan commission to study reforms to the Supreme Court and the federal judiciary.
Biden administration pauses arms sales to Saudi Arabia and UAE, sources say - CNNPolitics
The Biden administration has paused arms sales to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates as it conducts a wider review of agreements worth billions of dollars made by the Trump administration, sources familiar with the matter told CNN Wednesday.
Jan 28, 2021, Thu
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Mar 15, 2021, Mon
Promising people vaccine shots and cash payments, Biden kicks off stimulus tour | Reuters
With a promise of "shots in arms and money in pockets," President Joe Biden on Monday kicked off a week of promotion and travel to herald and explain the $1.9 trillion pandemic relief bill he signed into law last week to help the country move past the COVID-19 pandemic.
Mar 25, 2021, Thu
Biden’s News-Conference Debut Puts Border, Guns, Covid in Focus - Bloomberg
Joe Biden will host his first formal news conference at the White House on Thursday, a high-stakes test for a president facing questions about two recent mass shootings, a surge in migrant children at the U.S. southern border and the ongoing pandemic.
Mar 30, 2021, Tue
Mar 31, 2021, Wed
Biden announces huge infrastructure plan to 'win the future'
PITTSBURGH (AP) — President Joe Biden outlined a huge $2.3 trillion plan Wednesday to reengineer the nation’s infrastructure in what he billed as “a once-in-a-generation investment in America”...
Apr 01, 2021, Thu
Biden infrastructure plan: 4 charts show where the money would go
The plan includes everything from road repairs and electric vehicle stations, to public school upgrades and training for the clean-energy workforce.
Biden holds first Cabinet meeting amid infrastructure push
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden used his first Cabinet meeting to promote his new infrastructure plan, but the gathering had a very different look and tone from those held by his...
Apr 07, 2021, Wed
Apr 08, 2021, Thu
Guns: Biden announces limited restrictions as pressure rises following mass shootings - CNNPolitics
Facing pressure to act after a recent spate of high-profile mass shootings, President Joe Biden unveiled a package of moves Thursday that seek to address a scourge of gun violence he deemed a "blemish on the nation."
Apr 09, 2021, Fri
Apr 28, 2021, Wed
President Biden delivers first address to a joint session of Congress — 4/28/2021 - YouTube
President Joe Biden deliver his first address to a joint session of Congress on Wednesday. The White House on Wednesday outlined the $1.8 trillion American Families Plan, the second piece of the president’s more than $4 trillion economic recovery program. It calls to expand paid leave and free pre-K, make child care and higher education more affordable, and extend tax credits for families passed as part of the coronavirus relief bill this year.
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