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John McCain, the presumptive Republican U.S. presidential nominee, plans to air an ad featuring comments by his Democratic rival's newly announced running mate.
U.S. Sen. Hillary Clinton said Saturday she wants her supporters to back Democratic presidential hopeful Barack Obama and his running mate Joe Biden. Politico reported Saturday Clinton called Biden a "purposeful and dynamic" person.
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The International Association of Fire Fighters today applauded the choice of Senator Joe Biden for vice president by presumptive Democratic nominee Senator Barack Obama. "Joe Biden is a fantastic choice for vice president.
By Calvin Woodward Associated Press WASHINGTON -- Barack Obama told everyone he wanted a running mate who will challenge his thinking, and now he's got one. Joe Biden's tendency to speak his own mind -- and speak and speak -- is entwined in his DNA.
Presumptive U.S. Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama Saturday confirmed he has chosen Delaware Sen. Joe Biden as his running mate. A text message from the campaign of the Illinois senator bearing the news was sent out to field workers early Saturday, CNN reported.
Text of report in English by official Chinese news agency Xinhua (New China News Agency) [Xinhua: "Obama Names Biden as VP Candidate"] WASHINGTON, Aug.
By Nedra Pickler Associated Press CHICAGO -- Sen. Joe Biden has emerged as the favorite among Democrats to be Barack Obama's running mate for his understanding of foreign policy in grave global times and his fighting spirit against the rival Republican ticket.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Senate unanimously urged President George W. Bush to take swift action to stop the genocide that the United States says is occurring in Sudan, and pressed for NATO to send troops and enforce a no-fly zone in the Darfur region.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Bush administration needs to "level with the American people" about the war in Iraq if it wants to stem eroding support for the conflict, and to step back from the unrealistic goal of establishing a liberal democracy there, Democratic Sen. Joseph Biden said on Sunday.