The vice president reemerges as buzz around a possible presidential bid grows.

Vice President Joe Biden unsuccessfully ran for the Democratic presidential nomination in 2008. AFP PHOTO/MANDEL NGAN

The former State Department IT staffer says he will invoke his Fifth Amendment rights.

The party wants would-be nominees to sign a statement vowing not to run as an independent or third-party candidate in the general election.

Bush plots a rebound by touting his Florida ‘record of reform and results,’ positioning as GOP’s consensus pick.


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"Instead of hope and change, we’ve seen racial tensions worsen and a tendency to use law enforcement as a scapegoat," Walker said.

The Bush team's response: Trump is on a "one man mission" to kill the Republican Party

Inside the budding friendship between two primary season rivals.

The vice president reemerges as buzz around a possible presidential bid grows.

The White House hopeful called the clerk Wednesday.

The law and lobby giant recently hired Anya Landau French as a senior adviser in the Cuba initiative, which will be led by Democratic lobbyist Scott Parven.

The debates would be epic.

The GOP's current approach to talking about minorities is "shameful," Haley said in a speech at the National Press Club.

The Democratic presidential front-runner is proposing a $10 billion plan to treat addicts and curb incarceration for nonviolent drug offenses.

House Judiciary Committee will hold first public examination of undercover videos; other panels are expected to follow.

We've asked Loop fans to come up with ideas for the other Republicans to take on Trump. Can it be done?

Yes, President Obama is now just like us.

In a speech Sept. 2, Secretary of State John Kerry had harsh words for lawmakers opposed to the Iran nuclear deal, saying the United States would "pay an immeasurable price" on the world stage if the deal was blocked.

The surge of interest in Obama's deputy continues as Biden heads to Florida.

In Hooksett, N.H., Post reporter David Weigel tests out the bacon-themed snapchat geo-filter that presidential candidate John Kasich's campaign rolled out for New Hampshire social media users Sept. 2.

Wake up and smell the snapchat.

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