Vice President Joe Biden Decides Not To Run For PresidentVice President Joe Biden said Wednesday he will not run for president in 2016.
Vice President Joe Biden Visits Denver For Manufacturing, Finds Emotional SupportVice President Joe Biden swung through Denver to raise money for Senate Democrats, highlight President Obama's push for free community college, taste some ice cream and get unexpected emotional support after the recent death of his son.
VP Joe Biden Visits Little Man Ice CreamVice President Joe Biden visited Little Man Ice Cream during his trip to Denver to discuss college and the economy.
Vice President Joe Biden To Visit DenverVice President Joe Biden is in the Mile High City to discuss college and the economy.
Vice President Biden Coming To Denver For Economic SpeechVice President Joe Biden is coming to Denver on Tuesday to talk about the administration's economic policies.
Vice President Biden To Travel To Colorado To Talk EconomyVice President Joe Biden will be traveling to Denver next week to participate in a series of events focusing on the economy.
Cory Gardner Sworn In As Colorado's Junior SenatorColorado's newest senator has been sworn in.
Coffman, Romanoff Spar Over ImmigrationImmigration took center stage again Thursday in the final English-language debate between Republican Rep. Mike Coffman and his Democratic challenger, Andrew Romanoff.
'Enough Is Enough,' Biden Says About College Sex AssaultVice President Joe Biden visited Denver on Friday to discuss an initiative aimed at curbing sexual assault on college campus.
Vice President Biden Visits DenverVice President Joe Biden is in Denver on Friday to attend an event on domestic violence and a fundraiser for a Democratic congressional candidate.
Vice President Biden To Visit Colorado On FridayThe White House says Vice President Joe Biden will be in Denver on Friday for an event related to domestic violence.
Biden At AFA Graduation: Changing World Needs New Officer SkillsThe military's newest officers need to be strategic thinkers as well as warfighters because the U.S. will have to choose carefully when deciding whether to act alone in the world or build coalitions, Vice President Joe Biden told Air Force Academy graduates.