"It's kind of hard to fathom isn't it?" the vice president said Friday of the Republican's recent remarks.
One of the Senate's most powerful Democrats is expected to face charges that he traded influence for gifts.
The proposal would give parents a tax credit and cut corporate taxes—and appeal to potential 2016 voters—but some conservatives are concerned it could balloon the deficit.
When the history of the second Iraq civil war is written, the death of Sheikh Qassem al-Janabi may prove notable for what it said about the rapidly closing window for Iraqi rec...
Covering the reporters covering the conference.
Labor has become more efficient and profitable, but employees aren't sharing in the benefits.
Americans often need to first take small steps to improve their chances of landing a mortgage.
Here are three arguments cable and telecom giants are likely to use to try to kill the rules.
The Obama administration's spokesman spent this week fielding a barrage of questions about Hillary Clinton's email practices at the State Department.
Ron Wyden is seen as a strong progressive on many social and security issues, but his views on the Trans-Pacific Partnership may go too far for Oregonian progressives.