Vice President Joe Biden says societies must offer an “affirmative alternative” to extremism for immigrant communities.
WASHINGTON — As the Obama administration escalates economic sanctions on Russia and weighs military support to Ukraine, it has revved up a less noticed but far broader campaign to wean Central and Eastern Europe off a deep reliance on Russian energy. Continue reading
The U.S. slapped new visa restrictions on Venezuelan officials associated with human rights abuses or corruption and Venezuela’s president accused Vice President Joe Biden of plotting to overthrow him. Continue reading
WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama expressed condolences and offered sympathy Thursday to the people of Saudi Arabia upon the death of King Abdullah, an important ally and a major force in the Muslim world. Continue reading
There are no leads or suspects for a shooting outside of Vice President Joe Biden’s Delaware home on Saturday night, since security cameras around the house was unable to capture any footage. The already-unreliable security system had cameras aimed at … Continue reading
After two unsuccessful presidential bids, the 78-year-old former Navy pilot and Vietnam prisoner of war has rebounded as the chairman of the powerful Senate Armed Services Committee. The post gives the Arizona Republican a significant say on national security – and a chance to ensure that his loss to Barack Obama in the 2008 White House race isn’t the final word in the colorful McCain chronicles. Continue reading
Vice President Joe Biden stole the show at the swearing-in ceremonies of the 114th Congress, wooing grandmothers, taking selfies and slapping senators on the back in between administering oaths. Continue reading
From folksy Irish sayings to parental advice, hugs and kisses, selfies and cellphone calls from grandmothers, it was vintage Joe Biden Tuesday on Capitol Hill.
The vice president relishes his duties administering the oath to members of Congress. Here were some of the best-of Biden moments: Continue reading