Speaking in Turkey, the US Vice President said "taking out Daesh" is an option if peace talks fail to deliver solution
President Obama told Vice President Mr Biden: "Promise me you won't sell your house."
US Vice-President's comments reflect growing international impatience at the slow pace of reform
Out of America: Popular with friends and foes alike, his tactile, what-you-see-is-what-you-get style has been a perfect foil for the aloof President Obama
Out of America: Mr Biden will decide this weekend if he will join the race – and become a serious challenger to Hillary Clinton
In his first conference address as party leader, Jeremy Corbyn recycled lines that had been published by Richard Heller, a former adviser to Denis Healey. In an age of jobbing speechwriters, does it matter? Blair's biographer, John Rentoul, considers the question
This is no lightweight, but the sort of man we should make president
There will be a state memorial service for the former prime minister tomorrow before he is buried in a private ceremony at his ranch
Lady Gaga, MC Hammer and Goldie Hawn are among 100 big names to have publicly condemned America's gun policies
First speech after election triumph calls on Congress to take action
Last night Vice President Joe Biden faced Republican hopefuly Paul Ryan in a live televised debate in Danville, Kentucky.
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By showing greater emotional intensity than Obama did last week, and shifting the focus on to foreign policy and George W Bush, the Democrats won last night
David Cameron and Barack Obama today insisted that British and American troops were on course to step back into a support role from next year.
World View: For all its military might, the US has failed to get its way in Afghanistan and Iraq, severely denting the prestige of the world's only superpower
The US Vice-President Joe Biden pretends to get to grips with a Mongolian wrestler during a display in his honour in Ulan Bator.
The US Vice-President, Joe Biden, yesterday likened Julian Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks who is currently under house arrest in a private mansion in Suffolk, to a "hi-tech terrorist" and confirmed that the administration is searching for ways to take legal action against him.