Biden, the 77-year-old former vice president, spoke to a large crowd of supporters in Missouri, one of six states that will hold Democratic primaries on Tuesday, one week after the "Super Tuesday" elections brought about a dramatic reversal of fortunes in his favour.
Are Americans ready for a woman president? The Democratic primaries suggest the answer is “no.” Despite an initial field including four distinguished women, all senators
"In order to make America great and glorious again, I am tonight announcing my candidacy for president of the United States," Trump said, minutes after filing the official paperwork for his third presidential run.
Wanna be in politics? Wanna be president? If so, you need an origin story. Every politician needs one. And not just any old story, but preferably a rousing narrative that shows you’ve faced adversity and overcome hurdles. If you can say you’re an immigrant or a child of immigrants, that’s a start. If you grew up in poverty or suffered
"Trump is doling out pardons, not on the basis of repentance, restitution or the interests of justice, but to reward his friends and political allies, to protect those who lie to cover up him, to shelter those guilty of killing civilians, and to undermine an investigation that uncovered massive wrongdoing,"Rep. Adam Schiff said.
In most election years, America’s quadrennial vice-presidential debate — the sole matchup between the two politicians vying to spend the next four years as the world’s most famous second banana — is an afterthought. But this year? Not so much.
Minutes after major television networks declared Joe Biden the winner following four nail-biting days since the Nov.3 election, supporters banged pots, honked their car horns and set off fireworks across the US cities in exuberant celebration.
Joe Biden winning the presidency is speeding toward a foregone conclusion if his expanding polling lead is to be believed. But if Biden has any governing objectives outside of ridding America of Donald Trump, he’ll need his party
The court-packing question came up again during last week’s debate between Vice President Mike Pence and Sen. Kamala Harris. Pence pressed Harris: If the Democrats win the White House and Senate,