President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden are announced as they arrive at Donald Trump's inauguration.
Obama began his last full day on the job the way he did some 2,920 times before — with the Daily Presidential Briefing, NBC News reports.
CNBC's Sara Eisen reports from the World Economic Forum in Davos with highlights from U.S. Vice President Joe Biden's remarks.
The outgoing vice president said we need to ask ourselves, "What kind of world are we going to leave for our children?"
Joe Biden warns the world that democracy is under attack.
The elite gather in Switzerland to grapple with the world’s great challenges, but their relevance is in question in a time of Brexit and Trump.
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President Obama surprises Vice President Joe Biden with the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
President Obama awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom to his unsuspecting vice president, Joe Biden.
Vice President Joe Biden says Trump must make a distinction between business and politics, NBC News reports.
China's President Xi Jinping will promote "inclusive globalization" at this month's World Economic Forum in Davos, Chinese officials said.
The vice president says that he will be starting an organization that focuses on cancer research and treatment.
Last year there were 137 fatal drug overdoses in a county of just 318,000 people, NBC News reports.
Some Democratic House members attempted to object to some states Electoral College votes to protest the election results, NBC News reports.
In an interview, the Vice President shared some of his thoughts on President-elect Donald Trump.
"You're president. You've got to do something. Show us what you have."
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The notion that eliminating the estate tax would be a gift to the wealthy is nonsense, the founder of Americans for Tax Reform tells CNBC.
Many liberals and progressives are still clinging to one faint hope that he can be blocked from the presidency — through the Electoral College.
Many electors say they have been besieged by calls an emails amid heightened interest in the event, NBC News reports.