The NCAA may have identified the source who approved of the payment to the lawyer of Nevin Shapiro that sparked the collegiate organization to open an investigation on its own enforcement actions.
The outline of a deal to avoid the so-called “fiscal cliff” is reportedly been made in the Capitol with just hours to go until the end of 2012.
President Barack Obama is set to meet with Congressional leaders at the White House Friday to try and reach a compromise to steer the country clear of the looming fiscal cliff.
Can anyone other than Vice President Joe Biden himself imagine Joe Biden as a presidential candidate after all we’ve learned about him in the past four years while he has sat one heartbeat away from the presidency?
President Barack Obama and Republican nominee Mitt Romney continue to take shots at each other Friday as both make their case for election in key swing states, including the Sunshine State.
Both candidates declared victory Thursday night after the only vice-presidential debate between Vice President Joe Biden and Republican challenger Paul Ryan. The debate was a contrast in styles and produced exactly what both parties needed.
Mitt Romney’s apprentice salesman stepped on the stage last night and delivered his talking points, but little more. Throughout the night, Joe Biden delivered lesson after lesson to the ambitious young Congressman from Wisconsin.
Both candidates did what they had set out to do. Biden reached out to his base, and Ryan spoke to those who don’t like the direction the country is headed. Republicans are likely not happy that Ryan didn’t deliver the knock-out debate Mitt Romney did a week ago while Democrats are, as previously stated, ecstatic Biden didn’t have a bad night.
Vice President Joe Biden finds himself in a new position ahead of Thursday night’s debate with Republican VP nominee Paul Ryan. Biden needs to win the debate to stop the Republican momentum that started with a Romney victory in the first presidential debate.
Every presidential election eventually comes down to Florida and 2012 is looking no different. While President Barack Obama currently has a comfortable lead, he’s not taking the state for granted and is sending Vice-President Joe Biden on a two-day trek through the Sunshine State.