Vice President Biden on Monday raised the possibility of a presidential bid in 2020.
"I am going to run in 2020," Biden told a group of reporters in the Capitol when asked about his political future. "What the hell man, anyway."
Kaepernick would have been better off just... taking a knee.
Breaking with past practice isn't always cause for panic, however. Contrast the hysterical reaction to Trump's phone call -- and it's worth remembering that it was a 10-minute phone call -- with the fawning coverage of Obama's decisions to cast aside bipartisan U.S. policy on Cuba and Iran. Obama's moves were "bold" and "historic," and he has been cast as a courageous and visionary leader willing to set the country on a new course.
The Department of Health and Human Services is raiding several of its accounts, including money for Medicare, the Ryan White AIDS/HIV program and those for cancer and flu research to cover a shortfall in housing illegal youths pouring over the border at a rate of 255 a day.
HHS is trying to come up with $167 million to fund the Office of Refugee Resettlement that is accepting the youths, according to the Center for Immigration Studies.
Fidel Castro has died at the age of 90, Cuban state television announced on Saturday, ending an era for the country and Latin America.
The revolutionary icon, one of the world's best-known and most controversial leaders, survived countless US assassination attempts and premature obituaries, but in the end proved mortal after suffering a long battle with illness. read more