Data showed that the candidate and socialism were hot on the social network.
Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders, Lincoln Chafee, Jim Webb and Martin O'Malley faced off in Las Vegas for the first Democratic debate of the 2016 election.
What should be public affairs discussions are turned into branding events for TV personalities.
No Trump, no problems for the cable network?
The great failures attributed to George W. Bush—9/11 and the 2008 crash—were rooted in the Clinton years.
The former secretary of state has been losing ground in recent polls to presidential Democratic challenger Bernie Sanders.
CNN would allow vice president to take part even if he declares his campaign the day of the event.
The real estate billionaire leads the retired neurosurgeon by one percentage point.
Despite an impressive showing at the last Republican debate, Carly Fiorina trails Ben Carson.
A quarter of Americans who are registered Democrats or lean that way said Biden now is their top choice for president.
The bill would have banned all abortions at 20 weeks, with limited exceptions
Biden has been evaluating whether to challenge Clinton, the current front-runner for the nomination to represent the Democratic Party.
The former Maryland governor aims to cut in half deaths from gun violence within 10 years.
Vermont senator edges ahead in early 2016 presidential primary states.
In a moving interview, the vice president suggests he isn't emotionally ready to run for president.
The U.S. senator holds a one percentage point lead in the state over the Democratic frontrunner.
Survey says 41 percent of Democratic voters would back Sanders with Biden in race.
In recent weeks, there has been widespread speculation about Biden running for president next year.
Harvard law professor Lawrence Lessig says if he can crowd-fund a million dollars, he'll seek the Democratic nomination.
At a forum on faith, 2016 candidates shied away from mentioning the racially-charged attacks on a church in Charleston.