Hillary Clinton’s latest memoir lashes out at those to blame for her unexpected loss.
There’s already speculation that former Vice-President Biden might try for a third run at the White House, but it seems unlikely.
Unless something happens in the next ten days, Joe Biden will become the first two-term Vice-President who didn’t need to cast a tie-breaking vote in the Senate.
Neither President Obama nor Vice-President Biden will attend Fidel Castro’s funeral.
According to reports, Vice-President Biden is on a Clinton campaign short list for Secretary of State.
Marco Rubio is taking heat for missing a lot of Senate votes since he started running for President, but he’s not really any worse than other legislators who have run for President.
So close, and yet so very, very, far.
To the surprise of nobody who was actually paying attention to political reality, Vice-President Biden announced today that he will not be a candidate for President.
For much of the summer, the story of the Democratic race for President was the story of Hillary Clinton’s seemingly endless problems. Those days seem long gone if the latest polls are any indication.
According to reports, Vice-President Biden may or may not be close to a decision about running for President, and he may or may not be running.
In addition to doing everything she needed to do last night, Hillary Clinton also destroyed whatever logic remained for a Joe Biden candidacy.
With the first Democratic Presidential Debate just hours away, Hillary Clinton got some good polling news from Fox News Channel.
With time running out for him to make a decision, a new report shows how deeply Vice President Biden has been in stirring up the speculation that is now surrounding him.
Vice-President Biden will apparently not be at the first Democratic debate, which may be yet another sign that he’s not running for President.
Vice-President Biden continues to rise in the polls even though he has yet to actually enter the race for President.
The pressure on Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz to expand the 2016 debate schedule is increasing.
Hillary Clinton seems to be bouncing back from recent troubles in the latest national poll, but Vice-President Biden is starting to rise in the polls before even getting in the race.
Time is running out for Joe Biden to make a decision about running for President, and it’s still not clear what he’ll do.
Vice-President Biden dropped another hint that suggests he might not be up to running for President.
Bernie Sanders continues to cause Hillary Clinton problems, and Joe Biden could cause more if he enters the race.
In a speech in Florida, Joe Biden spoke about his possible run for the White House, and gave a very big hint that he’s leaning toward staying out of the race.
Some of Hillary Clinton’s Democratic opponents are complaining about the DNC’s parsimonious debate schedule.
Joe Biden may want to run for President, but does anyone else? It doesn’t really seem like it.
Thanks in part to a slow summer news cycle, the speculation about Vice-President Biden entering the race for President seems to be reaching a fever pitch.
The reports about Vice-President Biden possibly entering the Presidential race continue to persist.
Top Democratic donors don’t really seem very eager for Vice-President Biden to enter the race for President.
Reports are saying that Joe Biden is taking another look at running for the Democratic nomination for President. But would he really do it?
There’s another round of reports about Joe Biden running for President, but I wouldn’t put much stock them.
Beau Biden, the former attorney general of Delaware and son of Vice President Joe Biden, has died of brain cancer at the age of 46.
Hillary Clinton continues to look more inevitable by the day, but Joe Biden doesn’t want to go away just yet.
The 2008 runner-up has scared off all serious challengers for 2016. Why?
Poor Joe Biden can’t stay out of the news. This time, it’s not one of his gaffes but one by his youngest son.
Obsessing over what a politician believed in the past accomplishes nothing.
Provocative words from Vice-President Biden. But, are they realistic?
The Democratic field for 2016 is frozen in place waiting for the presumptive frontrunner to make a decision.
A new book by former SecDef Robert Gates is making political waves in Washington power circles, but will it matter to ordinary Americans?