President Biden and the first lady seemed relaxed, and there were no obvious diplomatic breaches.
The president is in Cornwall, England to meet with other leaders of wealthy democracies.
Still adjusting to the White House, the president sees Delaware as a place where he can be on display but still have his privacy protected.
As Mr. Biden settles into the office he has chased for more than three decades, aides say he demands hours of debate from scores of policy experts.
After the C.D.C. updated its mask guidance for vaccinated people, President Biden urged Americans to get along as things maybe, possibly start to return to normal.
Kamala Harris doesn’t want to talk about clothes. Neither does Jill Biden. You can understand why. But lots of people still want to know what they are wearing.
The vice president had been living temporarily in Blair House while Number One Observatory Circle underwent repairs.
The first lady was in Delano, Calif., to mark the birthday of César Chávez, the labor organizer who formed the country’s first successful farmworkers’ union.
The overwhelming nature of grief has been the unofficial theme this week for a White House confronted with a disaster in the nation’s second largest state amid a pandemic.
Mr. Sicknick is only the fifth person to lie in honor in the Capitol Rotunda.
The Bidens waited for an awkward moment in front of a closed door when they arrived at their new residence, a protocol breach that turned out to be a small but curious bit of disarray.
Dr. Biden, who holds a doctorate in educational leadership, will continue to teach writing at Northern Virginia Community College, where she taught full-time during her two terms as second lady.
A brief guide to how Alexandra O’Neill’s young label Markarian landed in a rare spotlight.
Joseph Robinette Biden Jr. and Kamala Devi Harris took the oath of office at a Capitol still reeling from the attack of a violent mob at a time when a deadly pandemic is still ravaging the country.
When she leaves Washington on Inauguration Day, Mrs. Trump will be remembered as the first lady who arrived at the White House late and checked out early.
Events on Wednesday, when Joseph R. Biden Jr. takes the oath of office, will have a more celebratory theme.
The inaugural committee did not disclose how much it has raised so far for the event, which is to be scaled down because of the pandemic.
“There’s nothing like playing the race or gender card to stifle criticism,” Paul A. Gigot said as he accused Democrats of orchestrating a coordinated response to an op-ed piece.
Many women said Joseph Epstein’s suggestion in The Wall Street Journal was blatantly sexist and underscored the way men often dismiss women’s credentials.
In choosing to continue teaching at a community college, Dr. Biden is breaking with precedent and modernizing the persistently anachronistic first lady role.
The last cat to live in the White House, India, belonged to President George W. Bush.
The charity, Feed the Solidarity, often provides the only meals children receive each day. The government accuses it of subversion, with no evidence.
Ms. Harris has barely appeared on the public radar since her acceptance speech last Saturday in Wilmington, Del., where she declared “a new day for America.”
A city that “will long remember slights,” as one area congressman put it, came through for Joe Biden, who benefited from his ties there and President Trump’s affronts to its voters.
The battle for the presidency is still going on, and that includes the pageantry.
Until Nov. 4, to be precise.
Joe Biden rallied the party around him, with help from Barack Obama and Bernie Sanders. But even as Democrats reach out to disaffected moderates, they’re also holding together a fractured coalition.
In his convention acceptance speech, Mr. Biden offered a new image for the next four years.
Well, obviously. But as she stepped into the spotlight at the convention, she offered a different type of model.
Two of our correspondents break down highlights from the Democrats’ first virtual convention.
Jill Biden’s speech, bipartisan nostalgia, a nomination from a security guard and an unusual roll call: Tonight the Democrats finally and officially named Joe Biden as their candidate for president.
In a virtual roll call showcasing its diversity, the party rewarded Joe Biden with the nomination he has pursued intermittently since 1988. The long-awaited victory is a triumph of personal and political endurance.
Dr. Biden, who worked as a full-time professor at a Delaware community college even while she served as second lady, spoke to the challenges educators are facing during the pandemic in her prime-time speech.
In a virtual roll call showcasing its diversity, the party delivered to the former vice president a prize he has pursued intermittently since 1988. The long-awaited victory is a triumph of personal and political endurance.
The president wants students and teachers back in the classroom, despite the virus. His opponent calls that “just plain dangerous.”
The presumptive Democratic nominee made a public appearance for the first time since mid-March, after campaigning from home for more than two months.
The California senator is considered a potential running mate for Joe Biden. But unlike other possible contenders, she has avoided making a pitch for the ticket.
Walled off from voters in a distinctive kind of lockdown, Mr. Biden has developed a routine, of sorts, as he seeks the presidency from his basement.