President Joe Biden said on Tuesday he will host a meeting next week of governors from states in the western United States, cabinet members and federal emergency management officials to help prepare for heat, drought and wildfires. Gavino Garay reports.
The White House acknowledged it will not meet President Joe Biden's goal of delivering at least one COVID-19 vaccination dose to 70% of U.S. adults by Independence Day. This report produced by Jillian Kitchener.
Republicans in the narrowly divided U.S. Senate on Tuesday blocked an election reform bill that Democrats said is critical to democracy, arguing that it infringed on states' rights. Gloria Tso reports.
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer spoke on the Senate floor moments after Republicans voted in unison to not open debate on the Democrats’ signature voting rights and election bill, saying saying GOP opposition was “indefensible.”
The Supreme Court has knocked out yet another Republican effort to invalidate the Affordable Care Act, but that doesn’t mean the political fight over Obamacare is finished. In the latest episode of The Point, CNN’s Chris Cillizza explains the history of the animosity over Obama’s namesake health care law.
Democratic NYC mayoral candidate Andrew Yang conceded in a speech as the results from early and primary day in-person voting came in showing he placed a distant fourth behind candidates Eric Adams, Kathryn Garcia and Maya Wiley. CNN projects the New York City Democratic mayoral primary winner will be determined using ranked-choice voting tabulation.
President Joe Biden apologized after responding to CNN’s Kaitlan Collins’ question regarding his meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin by firing back that he’s “not confident” Putin will change his behavior.
President Joe Biden responds to CNN’s Kaitlan Collins’ question regarding his meeting with Russian President Vladmir Putin, firing back that he’s “not confident” Putin will change his behavior. President Biden later apologized