On August 1, New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd (who is still bitter and man-hating over Michael Douglas dumping her for Catherine Zeta-Jones) wrote a piece about a possible Joe Biden run for the presidency titled: Joe Biden in 2016: What Would Beau Do? Beau, of course, is Joe Biden's son who died of brain cancer in May of this year. Show More Summary
A new Goucher poll in Maryland finds Martin O’Malley (D) has made no headway in the presidential race even in his home state. Hillary Clinton leads the Democratic field with 43%, followed by Joe Biden at 23% and Bernie Sanders [...]
Man, I get to say a big, fat ‘I told you so’ on this one. I’ve written on Joe Biden getting into the race quite a bit. I contend he
Is Joe Biden going to enter the 2016 presidential race? It sure looks like he might. Scientists Takaaki Kajita of Japan and Arthur B. McDonald of Canada have been awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics. Edward Snowden says he is willing to go to prison in order to return to the United States. Show More Summary
In a Maureen Dowd column immediately following the death of Beau Biden, a promising Democratic politician and the son of Vice President Joe Biden, she gave an exclusive look into his final moments.
According to Politico, it was Joe Biden himself who first talked to Maureen Dowd of the New York Times, “painting a tragic portrait of a dying son, Beau’s face partially paralyzed, sitting his father down and trying to make him [......
Biden used his speech to push for the acceptance of 'transgenders' in the military.
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Even if Vice President Joe Biden declines to jump into the race, Hillary Clinton’s death spiral shows no sign of abating. Consider the variety of challenges she faces. For starters, her electability argument has crumbled. NBC News reports: Hillary Clinton has always been viewed as the Democrats’ best general-election candidate. But new NBC News/Wall Street […]
Whether or not Joe Biden decides to enter the 2016 Democratic primary race, he’s already casting executive-level shade. Speaking at the Human Rights Campaign National Dinner over the weekend (a gig Hillary turned down to appear on SNL), Biden took a swing at the Republican field of candidates. “The American people are already with you,” he passionately told […]
As Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders (and some other folks) battle for the Democratic presidential nomination, Joe Biden is still out there, pondering whether to run. The situation could change soon, according to a Monday Politico report citing a number of Biden "confidantes" who "expect him to make a decision next weekend, or shortly thereafter." Medium-length... More »
Joe Biden is eying a weekend decision on whether or not to run for president, according to a report.
The HRC celebrated their 19th annual National Dinner Saturday night in Washington, D.C. More than 3,000 members of the community came out to show support and celebrate another groundbreaking year for progress for LGBT equality. The organization...Show More Summary
“He’s finally close. Confidants of Vice President Joe Biden expect him to make a decision next weekend, or shortly thereafter, on whether to launch an epic battle with Hillary Clinton for the Democratic presidential nomination,” Politico reports.
Hillary Clinton had a star turn before the gay-rights group Human Rights Campaign Saturday morning, overshadowing Vice President Joe Biden‘s appearance before the group later in the evening, TIME’s Philip Elliott reports. Biden did bring some harsh rhetoric for Republican presidential candidates. Show More Summary
The most recent poll for the Republican Party nomination by Investor’s Business Daily/TechnoMetrica Institute of Policy and Politics shows big moves up for Ben Caron and Joe Biden, and a big move down for Donald Trump. The poll is the most recent in that it includes data collected between September 26 and October 1, while... Show More Summary
Vice President Joe Biden is once again skipping ahead of President Obama in his support of an LGBT policy advance. The Obama administration is still in the midst of a policy review on whether transgender service members ought to be allowed to serve openly, or whether they must continue to face expulsion. Show More Summary
On Saturday, at a Washington breakfast hosted by the Human Rights Campaign, Vice President Joe Biden and prospective President Hillary Clinton both gave impassioned speeches in support of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender Americans—and our stalwart veep managed to squeeze in a rock solid republican diss, too. Read more...
An October 1 Jake Tapper interview with Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren at the Atlantic‘s Washington Ideas Forum was shown on CNN’s State of the Nation today, where a variety of issues were discussed, ranging from where she diverges with Vice President Joe Biden to the Republican bid to de-fund Planned Parenthood. Show More Summary