Vice President Joe Biden and GOP vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan talk about the Benghazi, Libya consulate attack and Iran sanctions.
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When second-grader Myles Nelson came up with his unique way to make the world safer by using chocolate bullets instead of real ones, he decided he needed to share it with people in a position to do something about it.
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A potential Biden bid for the presidency will come as little surprise to observers of the vice president over the past few years; Biden has often dropped hints of his interest in running as Democrats’ nominee in 2016, and has repeatedly refused to rule out running in 2016 when asked.
Should the current VP run in 2016? Will he?
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Joe Biden was sworn in to a second term as the Vice President of the United States on Sunday morning, taking his oath from Associate Justice Sonia Sotomayor — the first Hispanic in American history to administer an oath of office.
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Today, the pranksters at the Onion offered up an “Ask Me Anything” meet-up on Reddit with a parody version of America’s vice president, a pretender known as “Diamond” Joe Biden. To lure in the crowds, fake Biden offered answers on “my Trans Am, things you can make into a pipe, Barack, or where we can hook up later” among other things. The real veep was less than impressed, and one-upped the faker with the flick of a Twitpic.
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Joe Biden: Delawarean. Vice president. Vocabulary muse.
In new data announced Wednesday by Merriam-Webster, a much-quoted Bidenism from the 2012 campaign set a record for the year in online lookups during a single 24-hour period.
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Vice President Joe Biden made an appearance at a Washington D.C. Costco, during its grand opening on Thursday.
Before getting down to the business of shopping, Biden paused to speak with Costco co-founder and former CEO James Sinegal.
“Thank you so much for being here,” Sinegal told him.
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Social media commentary was fairly closely divided on who did better in Thursday night’s vice presidential debate, according to NBC Politics’ computer-assisted analysis of more than half a million Twitter and Facebook posts during and after the debate — and people’s opinions either way largely came down to what they thought about Joe Biden’s hyperkinetic performance.
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Vice President Joe Biden has worked to cultivate an identity as an accessible guy-next-door who can effortlessly pivot from lamenting unfair foreclosure practices to reminiscing about the cars he borrowed from his auto salesman dad in his youth.
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If one thing is certain about Thursday’s vice presidential debate between Joe Biden and Republican challenger Paul Ryan, it’s that their lone showdown this fall is shrouded in uncertainty.
Forty-two years after he first won elective office, Vice President Joe Biden accepted the nomination of the Democratic Party at its convention in Charlotte, N.C. Thursday night for another term alongside President Barack Obama who opened his own speech by calling him “the very best vice president I could have hoped for.”
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CHARLOTTE, N.C. – The political world is firmly focused on this year’s elections, but several of President Barack Obama’s would-be successors may well find their launching pad here at the Democratic National Convention, using high-profile speaking slots and delegate buzz to boost their fortunes for the 2016 campaign.