Inspired by the First Lady's health plan for children, Vice President Joe Biden has pledged to make every American woman beach-ready.
The Vice President of the United States phoned TODAY's Al Roker to congratulate him for setting the Guinness record for longest weather forecast and raising money for the USO.
Dick Cheney invites Joe Biden to visit the Vice President's residence.
There was more traffic than usual in LA because Vice President Biden was here. He was in town to give a speech, lead a discussion on raising the minimum wage, and to pitch a new reality show based on his life
Seth Meyers’ monologue from Thursday, November 20. Part 1 of 2.
The vice president rocked his signature aviator sunglasses while eating an ice cream cone in Portland, Oregon. One Twitter user captioned the photo, “I can’t believe they cut this scene from ‘Top Gun.’”
At Clarence Thomas' confirmation hearings, Joe Biden asks some tough questions.
Joe Biden addresses the 2012 Democratic National Convention.
Joe Biden’s got all your problems licked … at the ice cream shop!
Jimmy Fallon's monologue from Tuesday, December 16. Part 1 of 2.
Catch up on the headlines with Weekend Update anchors Colin Jost and Cecily Strong, including Joe Biden's skincare regimen and the explanation behind zebra stripes. German Chancellor Angela Merkel and SNL cast member Brooks Wheelan stop by.
The Vice President's recent LA visit had Jimmy wondering how many people even know who he is. So as an experiment we sent a camera crew out onto Hollywood Blvd. to ask Americans a very simple question: "Who is Joe Biden?"
Hunter Biden, 44, was quietly discharged from the Navy in February after testing positive for cocaine in 2013. NBC’s Kelly O’Donnell reports.
Multiple Emmy award winner Julia Louis-Dreyfus tells Larry King about meeting Vice President Joe Biden.
LABOR DAY dramatically reveals the largely unknown story of how one union, thousands of activists, and a commitment to change turned Election Day into Labor Day.
LABOR DAY relives the passion and excitement of this moment in American history with vibrant, cross-country footage from the Presidential campaign conventions, concerts, rallies, speeches, door-to-door canvassing, and interviews with union members and prominent politicians about their hopes for a better future. The film features a Who's Who in American politics, journalism and entertainment, including clips from the 2008 campaign with Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, John Edwards, Joe Biden, Ted Kennedy, John McCain, and Sarah Palin; interviews with prominent journalists, including Jon Alter (Newsweek), Karen Tumulty (Time), and Ted Koppel, as well as with political figures Gov. Bill Richardson, Rep. Dennis Kucinich, and Rep. George Miller. The film also features appearances and interviews with entertainment figures Mos Def, Tom Morello, Steve Earle, Allison Moorer, and hip hop phenoms Atmosphere and The Pharcyde.
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