On his third night as the new host of the Late Show, Stephen Colbert welcomed guest Joe Biden, with an audience enthusiastically chanting the vice president’s name. The appearance had supporters hoping for a campaign announcement and Colbert wasted no time addressing the topic.
Like sending your little brother to the faraway grocery store to pick up an essential tool that has not yet been invented, Joe Biden will be off to the World Cup this summer as the United States' prime political representative.
On Friday, Joe Biden met with a bunch of high school and middle school kids in New Hampshire and welcomed them inside the big top. While speaking to the kids, Biden gushed about college cheerleaders and how they are the most impressive athletes around. I don't mention this to open a debate on whether cheerleading is…
We take a rare excursion away from sports today, as this screencap is simply too good not to post. The Vice President delivered a rousing acceptance speech for his re-nomination last night in Charlotte, though it's unclear exactly why he felt it necessary to do the Joker routine.
Every morning, the fine folks at Sports Radio Interviews sift through the a.m. drive-time chatter to bring you the best interviews with coaches, players, and personalities across the sports landscape. Today: Portis loves Biden, and Dan Snyder too.
Here's our walking facepalm of a vice president, speaking at a memorial for the dead miners: "They loved hunting, fishing, riding horses and four-wheelers. They hated the way Coach Rodriguez left West Virginia for Michigan." [TNR]
Joe Biden will participate in the "first kick ceremonies" tonight to welcome Major League Soccer's newest team to America's angriest city. How will he bungle this particular public appearance? Here, a few ideas.