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Biden looks at presidency through tinted Ray-Bans

If you were expecting President Joe Biden to announce a major relaunch of his presidency during the press conference Wednesday marking his first year in office, you heard something quite different. His approval ratings have fallen, but Biden is not acting like a president who thinks he got very much wrong. Instead, he acknowledged the country faces difficulties, but vigorously defended how he handled them.

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Starbucks scraps vaccine requirement

Starbucks is no longer requiring employees to get vaccinated or submit to weekly testing, following the US Supreme Court's rejection last week of President Joe Biden's vaccine and testing requirement for large businesses.

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The polls hold scant good news for Joe Biden

As the first year of Joe Biden's presidency comes to a close, 41% of Americans approve of the way he's handling his job while 54% disapprove, according to the latest CNN Poll of Polls.

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Analysis: This poll number is very ominous for Democrats

On the eve of his one-year anniversary in office, President Joe Biden finds himself at the lowest polling point of his tenure -- a worrisome omen for Democrats desperately trying to hold onto their House and Senate majorities this fall.

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Opinion: One big problem in Biden's first year

Minutes after Joe Biden placed his hand on a five-inch thick family Bible and took the oath of office last January, the new President told the nation that overcoming America's challenges required one thing:

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Opinion: Is Biden's presidency doomed?

President Joe Biden is struggling politically. Recent polls have shown that his approval ratings continue to fall. According to CNN's Poll of Polls, the President stands at 42%, while Quinnipiac's January poll placed him at 33%. Those are the kinds of numbers that would leave any White House unsettled.

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GOP plots onslaught of Biden probes in the run-up to 2024

Members of the far right are already agitating to launch impeachment proceedings against President Joe Biden if the GOP is in power in Congress next year. Some leading Republicans want to spotlight former President Donald Trump's false claims of voter fraud. And key House and Senate Republicans are vowing to probe the security failures surrounding last year's January 6 attack on the US Capitol -- and turn the attention to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.

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McConnell calls Biden's speech 'incoherent'

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell blasted President Joe Biden's speech pushing for the Senate to change its filibuster rules to pass voting and elections legislation, saying it was a "rant," "incoherent," "incorrect," "beneath his office," and "unbecoming of a President of the United States."

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Senate Democrats on brink of defeat on voting legislation despite frantic push

Senate Democrats are desperately searching for a way to pass voting legislation amid pressure from President Joe Biden, but the path ahead looks increasingly grim with influential moderates Joe Manchin and Kyrsten Sinema unlikely to support a rules change necessary to get the bills over the finish line despite a frantic lobbying campaign from their own party.

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Analysis: Deconstructing the case for a 2024 Hillary Clinton bid

Hillary Clinton is perfectly positioned to step into the breach created by an unpopular Joe Biden and a shaky Kamala Harris in 2024, according to a new op-ed in the Wall Street Journal by pollster Doug Schoen and former New York City Council president Andrew Stein.

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Georgia voting rights groups boycott Biden's Atlanta speech

A coalition of voting rights groups in Georgia announced Monday that they will not attend events surrounding President Joe Biden's expected visit to Atlanta, urging for concrete action instead of what they called a "photo op."

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