Biden administration

Biden Aims to Slash Cancer Deaths in Half by 2047


The Biden administration launched a plan Wednesday to reduce the death rate from cancer by at least 50% over the next 25 years, a continuation of the 2016 “cancer moonshot” program that President Joe Biden led as vice president in the Obama administration.


Activist Groups Take Cautious Approach to White House Democracy Summit


When the leaders of more than 100 countries gather virtually in a Summit for Democracy sponsored by the Biden administration next week, groups focused on human rights and civil society say they want to see concrete commitments to push back against rising authoritarianism, as well as an admission by the United States that it has


Ries & Morgan: Massive New Border Numbers Show Biden’s Policies “Driving This Crisis”


WASHINGTON – Lora Ries, Heritage senior research fellow for homeland security, and Mark Morgan, former Customs and Border Protection (CBP) acting director and Heritage Foundation visiting fellow, released a statement Friday following the release of illegal border crossing numbers for March. More than 171,000 illegal aliens were apprehended in March, a 400% increase compared to crossings in March 2020:


Nearly 9 Million Uninsured Americans Could Get Free or Subsidized Health Insurance if the Biden Administration Re-Opens ACA Marketplace Enrollment in Response to COVID-19


Four million uninsured people could get an ACA bronze plan with no premium payment and 4.9 million others could get subsidies to offset the cost of such a plan if the Biden Administration were to re-open ACA marketplace enrollment, a KFF analysis finds.