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Biden admits nation is weary from Covid, but US in a better place   -5%

President Joe Biden acknowledged that the pandemic has left Americans exhausted and demoralised, but insisted at a news conference marking his first year in office that he has “outperformed” expectations.


AP FACT CHECK: Biden puffs up claims of virus, job gains   25%


President Joe Biden has offered an expansive self-appraisal of his first year in office


Biden says nation weary from COVID, but US in a better place   11%


At a Wednesday news conference to mark his first year in office, President Joe Biden is admitting that the pandemic has exhausted and demoralized many Americans


Its a tough time: why is Biden one of the most unpopular US presidents?   -12%


Puzzle of Biden’s unpopularity has some pieces within his control and some not, experts say, as Covid casts a shadow over his first year in office

Joe Biden ends his first year in office at a particularly bleak moment for a US president who promised competency and normalcy.

Much of his domestic agenda is stalled on Capitol Hill, impeded by members of his own party. The virus is once again raging out of control: daily infections of Covid-19 have soared to record levels, hospitalizing more Americans than at any previous point during the pandemic. The administration’s vaccine-or-testing mandate for large employers was blocked by the supreme court’s conservative supermajority. Inflation is at a nearly 40-year high. Diplomatic talks have so far failed to pull Russia back from the brink of war with Ukraine.

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Big voting bill faces defeat as 2 Dems won't stop filibuster  

The outcome was a stinging defeat for President Joe Biden and his party, coming at the tumultuous close to his first year in office.

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Record speed and focus: Bidens judicial picks diversify bench   53%

Among President Joe Biden’s most impressive achievements in his first year in office: the number and diversity of federal judges who have been confirmed.


5 key takeaways from US President Bidens news conference  

Biden faces slumping poll numbers as he enters second year in office amid tensions with Russia and rising COVID cases.


L.A. mayoral candidate Jessica Lall wants a city department of homelessness   37%


Long-shot L.A. mayoral candidate Jessica Lall declined to say how many homeless people would be housed during her first year in office.


If elected mayor, Rep. Karen Bass wants to house 15,000 homeless people in first year   4%


L.A. mayoral candidate Rep. Karen Bass calls for 15,000 homeless people to be housed in her first year in office.


Biden holds news conference to mark one year in office   37%


President Biden is holding a news conference this afternoon marking his first year in office. Follow here for the latest news and updates.


CNN's Jeff Zeleny presses Biden on what he plans to do differently  


During a press conference, President Biden tells CNN's Jeff Zeleny what he plans to do differently in his second year in office, including soliciting more advice outside the White House.


Biden admits shortcomings after 1 year as President   12%


President Joe Biden address the nation and acknowledges his administrations' shortcomings, including not enough Covid-19 testing during his first year in office.


'An erosion of confidence': Analysts assess Biden's presidency   8%


Political analyst Abby Phillip and Kori Schake, Senior Fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, discuss President Biden's first year in office.


Biden looks at presidency through his tinted Ray-Bans   -37%


In his news conference marking his first year in office, President Joe Biden emphasized that despite his sinking approval numbers, rising inflation, the ongoing spread of Covid-19 and the bleak scenario for Democrats ahead of the midterm elections, this year has been of "enormous progress" -- and that may have caught some by surprise, writes Frida Ghitis


President Biden holds news conference   37%


President Biden is holding a news conference this afternoon marking his first year in office. Follow here for the latest news and updates.


Voting rights protections seem destined to fail as Biden hits 1st year in office   1%

As President Biden held a rare press conference to mark his first year in office, one of his top priorities — voting rights legislation — appeared destined to fail in a Senate vote.


President Biden holds rare formal press conference to mark his 1st year office   1%

President Biden held a rare formal press conference to mark his first year office. It comes at a particularly difficult point in his presidency.


News brief: COVIDtests.gov, Biden news conference, Blinken's Ukraine trip   43%

A new federal government website makes it easy to order COVID-19 tests. President Biden marks one year in office. U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken is trying to defuse Russia-Ukraine tensions.