Main topic: The transcript of the first Trump-Biden Debate.
1. The debate was divided into six 15-minute segments, covering different topics.
2. The Supreme Court nomination of Amy Coney Barrett was discussed, with Trump defending his choice and Biden criticizing it.
3. Healthcare was a major topic, with Trump claiming to have a plan to replace Obamacare and Biden accusing him of not having one.
4. The candidates clashed over their responses to the COVID-19 pandemic, with Trump defending his actions and Biden criticizing them.
5. The economy and taxes were discussed, with Trump touting his accomplishments and Biden criticizing his handling of the economy.
6. Race and protests were addressed, with Trump claiming support from the Black community and Biden accusing him of not denouncing white supremacists.
7. The debate ended with a discussion on climate change and election integrity, with both candidates presenting their plans and concerns.
President Joe Biden criticized his likely 2024 rival, Donald Trump, in a Labor Day speech aimed at winning support in Pennsylvania, emphasizing job growth under his own administration compared to Trump's.
Speaker Kevin McCarthy is facing political pressure from former President Trump and GOP voters to open an impeachment inquiry into President Biden, but moderate members of his conference are skeptical and there is concern that an impeachment effort could backfire politically.
House Speaker Kevin McCarthy highlights the rift between President Biden and New York City Mayor Eric Adams on immigration, urging Democrats to pass the Secure the Border Act to address the crisis.
House conservatives are wary of Speaker Kevin McCarthy's talk of a potential impeachment inquiry of President Biden, believing he is using it as leverage in government spending negotiations.
Amidst the growing migrant crisis in New York City, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, House Minority Leader Hakeem Jeffries, and Senator Kirsten Gillibrand are being criticized for their lack of action and concern for their constituents.
A "perfect storm" of issues, including passing a continuing resolution, the impeachment issue, and policy concerns, is threatening Rep. Kevin McCarthy's speakership, according to Rep. Ken Buck (R-Colo.).
House Speaker Kevin McCarthy faces a challenging political standoff as he returns to the House with the looming threats of a government shutdown, support for Ukraine in the war, and launching an impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden amid pressure from far-right Republicans.
House Speaker Kevin McCarthy has announced a formal impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden based on allegations of abuse of power, obstruction, and corruption, despite the lack of direct evidence that the president financially benefitted from his son's business dealings.
Republican Rep. Matt Gaetz criticizes House Speaker Kevin McCarthy for calling for a formal impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden, stating that McCarthy is "out of compliance."
Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) criticizes House Republicans, calling them "out of control" and accusing Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) of opening an impeachment inquiry as a diversion from their struggles to fund the government, while also expressing concerns about Hunter Biden's business dealings.
House Speaker Kevin McCarthy vented his frustration about hard-line conservatives holding up appropriations, daring his critics to attempt a vote to oust him.
President Biden delivers a speech defending his economic policies and criticizing Republican tax plans, as polls show disapproval of his handling of the U.S. economy.
Former President Donald Trump's comments suggesting that the impeachment inquiry against President Joe Biden was in retaliation and could lead to future indictments caught some Republicans off guard and raised concerns about the party's prospects in next year's election.
Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy, under immense pressure due to threats of ousting, possible government shutdown, and the impeachment inquiry into President Biden, was reported to have used colorful language, prompting CNN's Jake Tapper to quote him on live television.
Amid growing criticism over his handling of New York City's migrant crisis, President Joe Biden has arrived in the city ahead of the UN Assembly, where climate change, poverty, and Russia's invasion of Ukraine will be key topics of discussion. The city is struggling to cope with overwhelming numbers of asylum seekers, with Mayor Eric Adams warning that the situation is now threatening to "destroy" New York City.
Former governor and Republican presidential candidate Chris Christie criticized President Biden's prisoner exchange deal with Iran, stating that giving $6 billion to a terrorist state was unacceptable and would make Americans more vulnerable.
Republicans criticized Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg during a hearing, focusing on issues such as transportation funding, safety, pilot retirement age, electric vehicles, and the potential use of airports to house migrants.
President Joe Biden criticizes House Republicans for failing to reach a deal to fund the government, warning of a potential shutdown and reminding them of the consequences of the last shutdown in which 800,000 government workers were furloughed without pay.
House Speaker Kevin McCarthy's recent failures and naivety in navigating the current political climate highlight his resemblance to a less intelligent version of Joe Biden, and reveal his lack of understanding of the appetite for passing actual legislation within his own party.