After Debate On Biden's Abortion Views, Bishops Vote to Rethink Communion Rules

June 18, 2021 - 1:38pm EDT
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The U.S. Council of Catholic Bishops has voted to move forward with a process that could call into question the eligibility of politicians like President Joe Biden to receive Communion.

Mar 26 - 7:59am EDT

House Republicans made it a major campaign pledge. And this week, a debate over whether to increase the amount of input parents have in their children's education made its way to the House floor.

Mar 26 - 2:41am EDT

A challenger defeated the president of the United Auto Workers in a close election and vowed Saturday to take a more confrontational stance in negotiating with the big automakers.

Mar 26 - 2:29am EDT

President Joe Biden's choice to run the Federal Aviation Administration has withdrawn his nomination, a setback for the administration that comes after he appeared to lack enough Senate support.

Mar 25 - 5:21pm EDT

President Biden made a new agreement with Canada to try to curb migration, the latest in a series of steps he has taken to try to get a handle on an issue likely to be front and center in 2024.

Mar 25 - 10:54am EDT

In terms of domestic politics, the Iraq War followed the trajectory of the Vietnam War, which also relied on a resolution supporting the use of military force that Congress passed and later repealed.

Mar 24 - 8:22pm EDT

In a speech to the Canadian Parliament, Biden tried to make up for the delay in his visiting by talking about the close ties between the two neighbors. He even made a joke about Toronto's hockey team.

Mar 24 - 5:10pm EDT

President Biden is giving a rare press conference after meeting with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in Ottawa and addressing Parliament.

Mar 24 - 2:15pm EDT

The White House is working with private companies like DoorDash and Instacart to try to make healthy food more accessible. It also named Olympic athletes to a council focused on nutrition.

Mar 24 - 12:33pm EDT

President Biden and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau are set to announce a deal that would allow both countries to turn away more migrants at unofficial border crossings.