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Joe Biden to introduce infrastructure plan in Pittsburgh

The president has reportedly chosen a traditionally industrial city as the backdrop for his pitch for another multitrillion-dollar spending package.
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Climate

Biden threads climate change policy through federal government

Biden is elevating the issue as a policy priority, appointing people to newly created positions and threading it through other agencies than those that have traditionally addressed it.
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Biden’s lame duck presidency

Democrats have likely won the highest office, but nearly everything below is broken, blocked, or locked into dysfunction.
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Climate

Biden wants to end gas car sales. He hasn't said when

If Joe Biden wins the White House next week, he could take action to phase out gasoline-powered cars across the country, observers say.
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Climate

Why the US election could decide battle against climate change

Who occupies the White House for the next four years could play a critical role in the fight against dangerous climate change, experts say.

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Joe Biden has second-worst policy on climate change among democratic contenders: Greenpeace evaluation

Biden received a D- grade, ranking only above John Hickenlooper, Bill Weld and President Donald Trump.
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