Biden Tried to Keep It Boring. This Week Intervened.

Hi. Welcome to On Politics, your wrap-up of the week in national politics. I’m Lisa Lerer, your host. For the new president, the first 100 days were needles, checks and normalcy. During the early months of his nascent administration, President

Biden Seeks Shift in How the Nation Serves Its People

President Biden laid out an ambitious agenda on Wednesday night to rewrite the American social compact by vastly expanding family leave, child care, health care, preschool and college education for millions of people to be financed with increased taxes on

Biden’s Judicial Counterpunch to Trump Begins

With a diverse initial slate of nominees, the president is starting to try to neutralize his predecessor’s profound influence on the courts. By Giovanni Russonello President Biden today announced the first 11 judicial nominees of his term, a diverse list