The former vice president helped get assault weapons banned in 1994. He'll do it again if elected president, he wrote in The New York Times.
The president who talked of 7/11 instead of 9/11, made up the country of "Nambia" and referred to Revolutionary War airports is appalled by Biden's gaffes.
Democrats are expected to steer their money toward union businesses, but some campaigns have spent money at nonunion hotels, even ones under boycott.
The 2020 presidential hopeful made the confusing mix-up at a town hall just hours after saying he chose "truth over facts" at another campaign speech.
The former vice president told reporters at the Iowa State Fair that Trump "speaks" to white supremacists.
Fox News host makes it clear for Carlson: "White nationalism is without question a very serious problem in America."
The "Late Show" host calls out the president over his ugly rhetoric.
"We have a president with a toxic tongue," the former vice president said during a campaign stop.
For the second time, voters who watched her came away with improved opinions, a new HuffPost/YouGov survey finds.
Former Vice President Joe Biden says he doesn’t selectively affiliate himself with the Obama Administration, stating “I’ll take all the blame if I can get half the credit.”
Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders and others in the 2020 field promised public-sector employees they would make it easier to bargain collectively.
Young people are facing a dark financial future, but the Democratic presidential candidate doesn't want to hear it if they aren't going to get politically involved.
The administration figured out that congressional Republicans were not using a “more rational approach” on immigration, the former vice president recalled.
The former Obama housing chief clarified his stance on the ex-president's immigration policy after clashing with Joe Biden over Obama-era deportations.
"It's all love," political commentator Angela Rye tweeted.
The top-polling Democratic candidate has been fielding attack after attack from his presidential rivals.
"He did an extraordinary job, and he should be given that recognition by those" running for president, Sen. Dick Durbin said.
“I miss Obama... He is our statesman," said the senator on CNN's "New Day" on Thursday.
The 2020 contender seemed unfazed by the former vice president's awkward comment at Wednesday's Democratic debate.