Former VP Joe Biden says he hasn’t made up his mind about White House bid in 2020, but when Megyn Kelly noted “the blue-collar Rust Belt-ers you need to win already love (Trump),” Biden shot back: “They love me more.”

Biden has insisted that under no circumstances would he have agreed to replace Hillary Clinton last year as the Democratic presidential nominee running against Trump.

One of Trump’s most controversial judicial nominees – Brett J. Talley – did not disclose on publicly available congressional documents that he is married to a senior lawyer in the White House Counsel’s Office.

Trump personally asked his Chinese counterpart, Xi Jinping, to help resolve the case of three UCLA men’s basketball players who were arrested for shoplifting while in Hangzhou for a tournament last week.

Some conservatives are destroying their Keurig coffee machines in protest of the company pulling ads from Sean Hannity’s show over his coverage of the sexual misconduct allegations levied at Alabama U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore.

Keurig CEO Bob Gamgort said the company didn’t intend to take sides in an “emotionally charged debate,” and criticized his company’s decision to tweet about withdrawing the ads.

Moore responded to U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s call for Moore to “step aside,” by saying that McConnell is the one who should do so.

A fifth Moore accuser, Beverly Young Nelson, says he sexually assaulted her when she was 15 and 16. She held a news conference today with attorney Gloria Allred.

Moore’s wife, Kayla, said that the women accusing her husband of initiating inappropriate relationships with them as children have been paid by his critics to come forward.

DNC Chair Tom Perez is pledging to make the party’s primary process fairer and more transparent in the wake of the deeply divisive 2016 nominating contest between Clinton and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders.

Sanders pledged to vigorously oppose Trump’s nominee for secretary of Health and Human Services, Alex Azar, denouncing his ties to the pharmaceutical industry.

General Electric Co. CEO John Flannery plans to cut $1 billion in costs out of its GE Power business as part of a plan to slash costs and narrow the company’s focus.

An illegal immigrant from Guatemala was charged with second-degree murder in the bludgeoning of a Westchester socialite whose playboy son helped break up Gov. Cuomo’s marriage to Kerry Kennedy.

At $25 million and counting, Cuomo sits atop the largest tower of campaign contributions of any Democratic politician in America, but one of his greatest vulnerabilities, especially if he harbors presidential ambitions, is the fact that he has virtually no small donors.

Reducing federal tax deductions for state and local taxes could “derail the economic expansion” in New York, Cuomo’s economic development czar, Howard Zemsky, said.

The NYC Department of Education has been trying to recruit and retain teachers of color, bilingual teachers and male teachers in an effort to have the adults in the classroom look more like the students, who are overwhelmingly students of color with many speaking a language other than English at home.

NYC First Lady Chirlane McCray says she can’t rule out someday running for public office, since she is encouraging other women to run.

Advocates for the Brooklyn Queens Connector, the waterfront streetcar project initially proposed by NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio, unveiled a prototype for the project today — even as virtually everything about the project, including if it will happen at all, remain up in the air.

Amtrak is planning another infrastructure renewal project at Penn Station that will take three tracks out of service for five months beginning in January, Long Island Rail Road president Patrick Nowakowski said.

Radhika Jones will succeed 25-year veteran Graydon Carter as editor in chief of Vanity Fair, becoming the magazine’s sixth editor since its founding in 1913 and the fifth since it was revived in the early 1980s.