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Latest Joe Biden Items
For the first time in two decades, a woman has been tapped to moderate a presidential debate.
It's about freakin' time. The term "F-bomb" surfaced in newspapers more than 20 years ago but will land Tuesday for the first time in the mainstream Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary, along with sexting, flexitarian, obesogenic, energy drink and life coach.
It's about freakin' time.
President Obama and Joe Biden moved quickly Monday to link GOP rivals Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan to House Republicans who Democrats blame for causing gridlock in Washington and pressing policies to protect the wealthy.
He may have matinee idol looks and the hard body of an action hero, but Mitt Romney's newly cast running mate is already sending shudders through Hollywood.
Once considered primarily the Obama campaign's designated attack dog, Vice President Joseph R. Biden has adopted a role that is lower in profile but more versatile on the stump in this election season.
It has become the disappearing presidency. He went from peddling the "audacity of hope" to sheer hopelessness. From promising change to — literally — begging for change. Any spare change.
Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. revealed a little more Monday about the origins of a cottage on his Delaware property that he is renting to the Secret Service for about $20,000 per year, saying the structure was "a tiny barn" when he purchased the property.
Bobby Jindal's rough national debut seems long forgotten. Louisiana's youthful governor is being talked up so often as a future leader in the party that Republicans, many in evangelical circles, say presidential candidate Mitt Romney would be crazy not to seriously consider the 41-year-old Oxford-educated governor as a running mate.