Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden said Tuesday that President Trump has “surrendered” in the fight against the coronavirus as new cases skyrocket in the U.S.
Vice President Mike Pence peeled off his White House-branded mask and smiled at a crowd of thousands Sunday morning. Yet he wasn’t technically headlining a political rally — he was at church in a state that has seen a dramatic spike in coronavirus cases.
Although his presidential bid failed to gain traction, former Rep. Beto O’Rourke came within a hair of becoming a senator from Texas in 2018 and performed better than any Democrat in a statewide race in nearly 30 years.
An impassioned former Vice President Joe Biden hammered the president’s coronavirus response in a speech Wednesday, lambasting Donald Trump’s recent remarks suggesting that cases would go down if the country stopped testing.
Now that the National Guard has left Washington, D.C., fears of tear gas and pepper spray have abated, and for the groups remaining outside the White House, advocacy is entering a new stage.
Former Vice President Joe Biden skewered President Trump on Friday, saying recent job losses and higher rates of unemployment in black and brown communities are attributable to the White House’s mismanagement of the coronavirus pandemic.
"It's a wake-up call for our nation, in my view." The protesters were cleared so Trump could have his photo taken in front of nearby St. John’s church with a Bible in hand. "The president held up the Bible," Biden continued. "I wish I could say that hate began with Donald Trump and will end with him."
A global pandemic that has killed more than 100,000 Americans and now recent nationwide unrest after a brutal police killing of a black man have challenged both President Trump and his presumed Democratic challenger, Joe Biden, while also highlighting their different leadership styles.
Former Vice President Joe Biden on Friday called for justice in the death of a black man in Minneapolis police custody that has inspired days-long, citywide protests.
While Joe Biden has committed to selecting a female running mate, few further details are confirmed. Here's a look at five women in the picture.
Former Vice President Joe Biden suggested Friday morning that an African-American radio personality “ain’t black” if he was questioning whether he should support the presumptive Democrat nominee over President Trump in the upcoming general election.
Tara Reade, a former Senate aide to Joe Biden who has accused him sexual assault, told Megyn Kelly in a new interview that she wishes the former vice president would end his bid for presidency.
Nearly half of people polled were “not satisfied” with Biden’s response to Reade’s allegations. Only 19 percent said they were “very satisfied.”
Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden in a statement early Friday morning denied allegations of sexual assault made by a former Senate staffer, addressing the matter publicly for the first time.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton endorsed presumptive nominee Joe Biden for president during a virtual town hall on Tuesday. “For me, this is a moment where we need a leader, a president like Joe Biden,” Clinton said.
While the committee by design has more of a behind-the-scenes role, as Biden’s campaign is forced online, the question going forward may be whether he’s disadvantaged by having such an inward-focused public health group, particularly while the White House he’s running against is so outward facing.
Former Vice President Joe Biden, now the presumptive Democrat nominee, told donors Wednesday afternoon that his campaign is putting together a team to help pick his running mate.
The rapid spread of the coronavirus has dramatically affected the one in five Americans who deal with mental health in any given year, as well as those who work tirelessly to keep those individuals well.
An email sent by the Trump campaign this week cited a news story claiming that the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline has experienced a 300 percent increase in call volume, but representatives for the organizations responsible for handling those calls say that figure is incorrect.
Former Vice President and Democratic frontrunner Joe Biden made his first video address after four days of cable news silence to address the coronavirus pandemic from his family home in Wilmington, Del.
What does the American Red Cross do when it’s in desperate need for blood? Pivot to Instagram. Over the past few weeks, the humanitarian organization has turned to multiple social media channels to recruit users who tend to skew younger to help fill their desperate need for donors during the coronavirus pandemic.
Former Vice President Joe Biden announced his campaign's plan to combat the coronavirus while slamming the Trump administration's handling of the spread of the outbreak during a speech Thursday afternoon.
Former Vice President Joe Biden is projected to win Michigan’s primary election according to early exit polling, further cutting into Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders’s path to nomination.
The businessman turned politician turned CNN commentator is launching a nonprofit called Humanity Forward — an activist organization with the goals of lobbying to protect private data, funding political races that align with Yang’s platforms, and launching a podcast.