This is Day 33 of the administration of President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris.
Remembering Rep. John Lewis on his birthday
ABC's "Nightline" co-anchor Byron Pitts remembers the late Rep. John Lewis on what would have been his 81st birthday.
How much retribution do the GOP senators who voted for impeachment face?
On ABC's "This Week," FiveThirtyEight's Nate Silver talks about the retribution seven Republican senators who voted in favor of former President Donald Trump's impeachment might face.
Trump is expected to make his first speech since leaving the White House next week.
Biden makes surprise visit to Bob Dole ahead of cancer treatment
Biden is making a surprise visit to meet with his longtime Senate colleague Bob Dole in Washington, D.C., on Saturday.
Biden “is visiting his close friend,” according to the White House, following the 97-year-old’s announcement on Thursday morning that he had been diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer. In a tweet, Dole said he would begin treatment on Monday.
-ABC News' Justin Gomez
Trump to speak at CPAC
Former President Trump will speak at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) next week, his first major appearance since leaving office last month, a source familiar with the situation confirmed to ABC News.
Trump’s speech next Sunday afternoon will address the future of the Republican Party and the conservative movement, as well as Biden’s immigration policies, the source added.
-ABC News' Will Steakin
First lady tells student vets: 'You are the voice of a generation'
First lady Jill Biden spoke virtually Saturday morning at the Student Veterans of America (SVA) National Conference, reflecting on her military family and thanking them for being “a force for change” in the United States.
“You are the voice of a generation who has carried the incredible weight of our wars for over 20 years. You speak up for each other. You get things done, and you show your brothers and sisters in arms what's possible," she said.
President Biden and Jill Biden’s late son, Beau, served in Iraq with the Army National Guard, and Jill Biden’s father was a Navy signalman in World War II.
“Thanks to the GI Bill, he was able to go to business school in Philadelphia,” Biden said of her father. “Ever since my dad's time in service, our nation has made a promise to the courageous souls who take up arms for us, that your service will earn you the chance to pursue your education.”
She said the commitment of the Biden administration is to “implement the Forever GI Bill with precision and care.”
“We're going to learn from your work, and develop best practices for supporting veterans in higher education,” she said.
Assisting military families has always been one of Jill Biden's main issues. During her time as second lady during the Obama administration, she and former first lady Michelle Obama led “Joining Forces,” a support program for military families, which Biden relaunched this year.
-ABC News' Justin Gomez