Three presidential debates, one VP debate scheduled ahead of 2024 election

BY: - November 20, 2023

The Democratic nominee will likely be President Joe Biden and at the moment former President Donald Trump is leading in the GOP polls, though he has several challengers.

Biden signs stopgap spending bill, avoiding government shutdown

BY: - November 17, 2023

The short-term spending bill, also called a continuing resolution or CR, keeps funding flat and policy nearly identical to the last batch of full-year spending bills. Those were approved last December and totaled about $1.7 trillion.

New billboard in Philadelphia will promote anniversary of Biden administration’s infrastructure law

BY: - November 15, 2023

The Democratic National Committee is unveiling a new billboard campaign in Philadelphia today to mark the two-year anniversary of President Joe Biden signing the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law. It’s part of a larger push by Democrats in Pennsylvania and elsewhere to draw attention to the results of the $1.2 trillion bill, a signature piece of the […]

One year out: how a free and fair 2024 presidential election could be under threat

BY: - November 6, 2023

Next November, voters will choose the next president— likely one that pits the same two candidates against each other as in 2020. 

White House calls for stronger gun policy reforms after Maine shooting

BY: - October 26, 2023

Eighteen people were killed in a mass shooting in Lewiston, Maine on Thursday Oct. 26, 2023.

Biden in address to nation calls for support for both Israel and Ukraine

BY: - October 19, 2023

Biden said he would ask Congress to approve an aid package to Israel and Ukraine.

Biden in Tel Aviv pledges U.S. support for Israel, humanitarian aid for Gaza

BY: and - October 19, 2023

The president will ask Congress for an “unprecedented support package” for Israel as it fights its latest war against Hamas militants, he said.

Latest Biden campaign ad focuses on manufacturing in Philadelphia

BY: - October 17, 2023

The latest Biden-Harris campaign ad, focused on manufacturing jobs, includes a welder from the Philly Shipyard.

Biden will visit Israel to demonstrate U.S. support following Hamas attack

BY: - October 16, 2023

President Joe Biden will travel to Israel on Wednesday in a show of solidarity with the Middle East ally, Secretary of State Antony Blinken said Monday. Biden will “reaffirm the United States’ solidarity with Israel and our ironclad commitment to its security,” send a message to other groups and powers in the region not to […]

Biden touts ‘transformational’ hydrogen hub economy in Philadelphia visit

BY: and - October 13, 2023

PHILADELPHIA  — President Joe Biden told an audience of union workers and elected officials gathered at the Tioga Marine Terminal on Friday that $7 billion going toward seven regional hydrogen power hubs in 16 states would be “transformational” for the United States. “I truly believe that this country is about to take off because, for […]

President Joe Biden pitches his budget plan during an appearance in Philadelphia on Thursday, 3/9/23 (Screen Capture).

Report: Pa. to receive federal grants for two hydrogen hubs

BY: - October 11, 2023

In a visit to Philadelphia on Friday, President Joe Biden is expected to announce that two hydrogen hubs partially located in Pennsylvania will receive federal grants from the Department of Energy, Reuters reported Wednesday. The Mid-Atlantic Clean Hydrogen Hub, which includes parts of Pennsylvania, Delaware, and New Jersey will receive a $750 million grant, Reuters […]

Biden denounces deadly Hamas attack on Israel: ‘There’s no justification for terrorism’

BY: and - October 10, 2023

WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden wants a returning Congress to take “urgent action” on Israel’s security needs after Hamas militants have injured and killed thousands beginning with Saturday’s brutal attack, including the deaths of 14 Americans. U.S. citizens are also among the hostages taken into Gaza by the armed group, though the administration could not […]