Joe Biden

A woman has accused the former vice president of assaulting her in 1993. But you wouldn't know it from watching his interviews on TV this week.
At a town hall on CNN, the Democratic presidential candidate urged Trump to stop attacking governors who seek supplies for hospitals amid the coronavirus crisis.
Tara Reade, one of eight women to accuse Biden of inappropriate touching, said this week that the presidential candidate assaulted her nearly 30 years ago.
The president's approval rating has ticked up during the crisis, but the eventual results will be immune to spin.
The Democratic presidential front-runner blasted the president's coronavirus response on a home version of "Jimmy Kimmel Live."
The senator’s campaign said he was “still running for president” and plans to be at the next match-up with Joe Biden.
The former vice president said he'll be delivering regular briefings on the COVID-19 crisis from his home in Delaware.
His team is still working to get a "virtual" campaign off the ground.
The Democratic response to the coronavirus has been a political disaster.
"I’m excited to help him defeat Donald Trump in November," the former Democratic candidate said.
Tuesday’s elections, conducted under the cloud of a coronavirus pandemic, will be the last state primaries until April.
Arizona, Florida and Illinois hold votes despite advisories about social distancing due to the coronavirus. Ohio's primary was postponed.
The Vogue editor-in-chief lambasted the president's "dishonesty with the American people."
Sanders has drawn fire for comments on Cuba and Venezuela. But his policy views aren’t much different than Biden's — and nowhere near as radical as Trump's.
The former vice president said he would pick a woman as his running mate if he secures the Democratic nomination to challenge President Donald Trump.
The two Democratic presidential contenders agreed on short-term measures to address the COVID-19 outbreak, but disagreed about plenty of other things.
Bernie Sanders put the former vice president on the defensive concerning the issue in Sunday's debate.
It didn't come from the president -- it came from the two Democrats vying to replace him.
The confrontation between the two leading Democratic candidates felt more than a little surreal as fears continue to grow over the coronavirus pandemic.
Bernie Sanders, his top rival for the Democratic nomination, said he would choose a female running mate "in all likelihood."