Vice President Joe Biden
Vice President Joe Biden visited PECO headquarters in Center City Philadelphia to promote a new White House initiative aimed at modernizing the country’s energy infrastructure and fighting climate change.
The VP is scheduled to make some energy-related remarks at PECO headquarters in Center City on Tuesday.
Vice President Joe Biden marked St. Patrick’s Day near the Pennsylvania city where he spent his childhood with a speech that touched on his Irish roots and included a pitch for immigration reform, telling a crowd of hundreds of Irish-American men that they shouldn’t “forget those people left behind, like we were before.”
The local Ukrainian community is watching as a two month long peaceful protest in Kiev has led to violence and at least three deaths. Now, Vice President Joe Biden is calling on Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych to end the bloodshed.
He was part of a group of lawmakers, led by Vice President Joe Biden, who got a tour of the $5.2 billion project to expand the Panama Canal.
Booker, the 44-year-old Democratic former mayor of Newark, N.J., came into Congress as a rare freshman senator with celebrity status.
The vice president is telling a crowd in his hometown of Scranton, Pa., that his son asked him to send his love from Delaware, where Beau Biden returned Thursday.
Delaware Attorney General Beau Biden was back home Thursday with his father, Vice President Joe Biden, after undergoing a medical procedure at a Houston cancer center.
Delaware Attorney General Beau Biden is getting out of the hospital on Thursday and will head back to Delaware.
The White House says Vice President Joe Biden will join President Barack Obama in Scranton on the final leg of the president’s upcoming bus tour through New York state and northeastern Pennsylvania.
Vice President Joe Biden, who had a boyhood home in Scranton, will receive the Pennsylvania Society’s Gold Medal for Distinguished Achievement.
President Obama has designated a Delaware site as a new national monument.
The Philadelphia School District’s top security official says the district should “re-think” its security efforts at elementary schools in light of the Sandy Hook massacre.
It will be a friendly audience for the Vice President, in that he’ll be in a roundtable discussion with local police, state prosecutors and three members of Congress — all Democrats.
Today’s hearing was called by Council President Darrell Clarke, who along with several other council members visited Baltimore last month to see how that city has ramped up its crime camera program.