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A new CNN poll shows Joe Biden trailing Hillary Clinton by a huge margin in the race for the 2016 Democratic nomination, but some analysts argue that the Vice President is laying the groundwork for a strong campaign. CNN's Brian Todd reports.
CNN's Elizabeth Cohen reports that Beau Biden entered the facility after a recent episode of weakness and disorientation.
Vice President Joe Biden appeared at an online town hall on gun control and offered advice on his weapon of choice.
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In an exclusive interview, Vice President Joe Biden talks to Gloria Borger about gun control, the fiscal fight & whether he'll run in 2016.
Vice President Biden took a field trip to the grand opening of Costco in D.C., and it looks like he came ready to shop.
Republicans and Democrats have different takes on Joe Biden's aggression during the vice presidential debates.
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Hilary Rosen & John Feehery discuss the upcoming vice presidential debate and recent poll numbers with CNN's Wolf Blitzer.
(CNN) – Artur Davis, the former four-term Democratic congressman from Alabama, said Wednesday that Vice President Joe Biden was propagating "racial viciousness" when he said Mitt Romney's regulatory policies would "put y'all back in chains."
Biden made the comments Tuesday to a predominantly black crowd in Danville, Virginia, a city with a long history of racial tension. In May Davis announced he was switching to the GOP, leaving the door open to a future political bid as a Republican.
Mitt Romney begins his overseas trip with some controversy. CNN's Jim Acosta reports.
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CNN's Wolf Blitzer says that President Obama should have attended this year's NAACP convention in Houston and "should not take the African-American vote for granted." Blitzer praised Mitt Romney for attending, saying "it was the smart political move."
President Barack Obama's re-election campaign insisted a "scheduling conflict" is behind the president's decision to skip the convention. Vice President Biden delivered the conference's keynote address Thursday. The president, however, did make a brief appearance in a taped video that ran before the vice president's speech.