The White House said private health insurers will be required to pay for up to eight COVID-19 tests per person per month, while Americans can expect to be able to order free tests purchased by the government later this month.
The Department of Transportation and Department of Education announced that they will temporarily waive the requirement for bus drivers to be able to identify engine components in order to obtain their CDL license.
The 2022 National Defense Authorization Act signed by President Biden Monday included a 2.7% raise for service members in the U.S. military, which amounts to a pay cut when factoring inflation.
The State Department announced that it will continue waiving in-person interviews for certain nonimmigrant visas through the end of next year.
Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., and President Biden will likely continue negotiations on the president's Build Back Better legislation next year.
IHOP was forced into damage control mode after an Alaska franchise posted a sign to the door of its restaurant blaming President Biden for the employee shortage
Organizers of the Jan. 6 rally outside the White House are suing Verizon in an attempt to prevent the company from sharing cellphone data with the Select Committee on the January 6 Attack.
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., said the Senate will vote on raising the debt ceiling Tuesday
Stationary bike company Peloton, which saw its stock drop after the fictional death of a Sex and the City character using its product, has responded to the crisis with an ad featuring an alternative ending to the viral moment