Joe Biden

Born November 20, 1942, Joe Biden began his political career as a councilman in Deleware's New Castle County. At age 29, he was one of the youngest members ever elected to the U.S. Senate. On January 20, 2009, after 36 years as an American senator, Biden was sworn in as the 47th Vice President of the United States.

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The People's Choice: Sen. Tim Scott's Historic Swearing-In

Sen. Tim Scott is the first Black senator elected from the South since Reconstruction.

Obama Names Ebola 'Czar' as Precautions Expand

Former White House staffer Ron Klain will report to national security adviser Susan Rice.

BET Wire: Voting Rights Activists Locked Out By House Speaker's Office

House Speaker John Boehner's office denies voting rights activists entry; President Obama and Vice President Biden launch anti-sexual assault campaign; Attorney General Eric Holder speaks up against bullying; that high school in Chicago won't bear...

Back in Iraq? What You Need to Know

President Obama grapples with how to deal with Islamic terrorists.

Obama Marks 13th Anniversary of Sept. 11 Terrorist Attacks

Presdent Obama honors the nation's endurance following an unimaginable tragedy.

White House Weighs In on Ray Rice

President Obama and Vice President Biden condemn domestic violence.
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