Welcome to ConBag, a daily roundup of gossip from the Democratic National Convention, which we are attending for four very long days.
Members of the Obama Administration, including Barack Obama himself, VP Joe Biden, the first and second ladies, and its cabinet, will no longer visit colleges and universities who have failed to adequately address sexual assault at their campuses, according to the Washington Post.
In an interview with NPR’s Weekend Edition that will air on Sunday, Joe Biden—your former BFF who you just can’t confide in anymore because they told everyone in the entire senior class that you’re still a virgin—reportedly announces Bernie Sanders’ endorsement of Hillary Clinton on his behalf. It appears that Bernie…
On Tuesday morning, Vice President Joe Biden gave a long—very long— speech about sexual violence at the United State of Women Summit in Washington, D.C. So long did Joe Biden take to rail against the abuse of power baked into our patriarchal system, in fact, that MSNBC’s Irin Carmon reported via Twitter that the rest…
As we anxiously await the release of HBO’s Confirmation, starring Kerry Washington as Anita Hill during Clarence Thomas’ confirmation, we can occupy ourselves with the stories of how image-conscious politicians have fought to ensure they are, I guess, respectfully portrayed.
Joe Biden, the most GIF-able VP we’ve ever had the privilege of knowing, put his patented shit-eating grin to good use at the Gridiron Dinner, a Washington, D.C. roast that gives politicians the opportunity to make each other cry under the pretense of “humor.” In the true spirit of an election year (AKA probably just…
Lady Gaga was joined onstage Sunday night by sexual assault survivors during her performance of the the Oscar nominated song “Til It Happens to You.” She lost to Sam Smith’s song from Spectre soon after, who specifically said Gaga was “incredible” during his acceptance speech.
As his second term winds down, President Obama has voiced one specific regret from his time in office: that he missed out on the fun of campaigning against Donald Trump.
Vice President Joe Biden held a last-minute, sneak-attack press conference in the White House’s Rose Garden this afternoon, where he announced he will not be running for president, saying he’s still too deep in grieving the death of his son Beau.
The first Democratic primary debate takes place on Tuesday and by the way, did you know that three other people who aren’t Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders are running?
I went to the White House this week, for the first and likely last time. Here is what I saw.
On Saturday, at a Washington breakfast hosted by the Human Rights Campaign, Vice President Joe Biden and prospective President Hillary Clinton both gave impassioned speeches in support of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender Americans—and our stalwart veep managed to squeeze in a rock solid republican diss, too.
On his third night as the new host of the Late Show, Stephen Colbert welcomed guest Joe Biden, with an audience enthusiastically chanting the vice president’s name. The appearance had supporters hoping for a campaign announcement and Colbert wasted no time addressing the topic.
Vice President Joe Biden and Attorney General Loretta Lynch were in New York Thursday to announce that the White House has awarded $41 million in new rape kit testing grants to police departments across the country, added to the $38 million in grant money that Manhattan District Attorney Cy Vance already contributed.…
In her Saturday op-ed column, New York Times writer Maureen Dowd reported that Joe Biden is thinking about running for the Democratic nomination. According to Dowd, Biden’s decision was prompted by the dying wish of his son, Beau Biden.
Joe Biden recently appeared at a press conference, standing behind Obama, looking a little dinged-up. Well, apparently that’s because his dog recently got a little overenthusiastic during playtime.
The revelation that untested rape kits have been sitting around in law enforcement agencies across the country is something that has been discussed numerous times over the past decade. Earlier this year, there was hope that the backlog of these kits was decreasing. In March, Vice President Joe Biden supported a $41…
In today’s Tweet Beat, Taylor Swift is really going to miss her cats, Aziz Ansari has a flashback and Joe and Jill Biden are the cutest.
Beau Biden, the son of Vice President Joe Biden and a former Attorney General of Delaware, has died of brain cancer. He was 46.
Photographic evidence suggests that Joe Biden recently put a baby’s pacifier into his very own mouth. He was not related to the baby.