When Donald Trump won the Republican nomination in 2016, he didn’t really have any political allies. So when Mike Pence was announced as his VP, it was seen as more of a strategic move. Pence was on the ticket to help Trump win the votes of Evangelical Christians.
Joe Biden had a lengthy Vice Presidential vetting process that saw 11 different women interviewed for the position. And while all of the candidates brought with them impressive credentials, Kamala Harris was always seen as one of the favorites.
Healthcare reform, coronavirus, and who could beat President Donald Trump in a general election matchup were all obvious topics that viewers should have expected to be discussed in the debate between Democratic Party candidates Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders on Sunday night.
The Democratic Party, on the other hand, just finished drafting a 2016 platform that vowed to expand Social Security.
At an event in Portsmouth, New Hampshire on Wednesday, Vice President Joe Biden delivered an emotionally charged message regarding the recent death of journalists Steven Sotloff and Jim Foley at the hands of ISIS.
Former half-term Governor of Alaska and the Republican Party's 2008 nominee for Vice President Sarah Palin did not have an enjoyable Tuesday night.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney was on ABC's This Week with George Stephanopoulos Sunday to discuss the recent violence in Iraq, as well as his infamous op-ed in the Wall Street Journal where he claimed that President Obama is directly responsible for the chaos in Iraq and the Middle East.
Somehow President Obama managed to say this without twitching, "It is a no brainier for Congress to do what it is supposed to do."
Tuesday evening, Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) was tabbed by the Republican Party to deliver their official response to President Obama's State of the Union address.
Liz Cheney, recently a Fox News contributor and daughter of former Vice President Dick Cheney, decided to dropout of the US Senate race in Wyoming on Monday.
This image gives you the dramatic story of ReBiblican wins in 2012 Congressional races.
Biden took Romney to task today for his lack of gumption, failing to condemn Mourdock's comments that pregnancy after rape is 'something that God intended.'
If there was a single exchange that defined the winner of this debate, it was the 47% exchange
Paul Ryan's gulping was so evident that Obama for America released a new web video that that pokes fun at Congressman Ryan's endless thirst.