01:38 PM EDT 04/08/2016
Originally posted 04/07/2016 01:55PM
Establishment politics have been catching a lot of flak this election, thanks in large part to the rise of politically incorrect Republican front-runner Donald Trump. But a "hot little mouse" known as P. Ryan and some "orange" dude named John Boehner are here to remind you that the OG GOPers are still some "pretty cool guys."
Originally posted 03/16/2016 04:15PM
House Speaker Paul Ryan won't be the one to challenge Donald Trump for the GOP nomination.
Missouri Senator Claire McCaskill Has Breast Cancer: 'My Prognosis Is Good and I Expect a Full Recovery'
Originally posted 02/23/2016 12:45PM
Missouri Senator Claire McCaskill announced Monday that she is battling breast cancer.
Bernie Sanders on Donald Trump's Politics: 'That Kind of C––p Is Not Going to Work In the United States of America'
Originally posted 12/09/2015 01:00AM
Speaker Paul Ryan Disavows Trump for Call to Ban Muslims, as White House Says Trump's 'Morally Reprehensible' Plan 'Disqualifies Him' from Being President
Originally posted 12/08/2015 01:15PM
Former vice president Dick Cheney has joined the ranks of politicians speaking out against Donald Trump's jaw-dropping proposal to ban all Muslims from entering the U.S.
Originally posted 10/11/2012 10:20AM
The Vice Presidential debate between Joe Biden and Paul Ryan is Thursday night, and PEOPLE got the jump on things by asking Joe Biden and Congressman Paul Ryan from Wisconsin to go toe-to-toe on ... tunes.
And they proved about as far apart on music as they are on, well, Medicare.
Originally posted 08/15/2012 07:00PM
Vice President Joe Biden may have sparked the latest war of words in the presidential campaign, but he'll get no talking-to from the boss on this one. Just a small sigh – and a vote of confidence.
PEOPLE sat down with President Obama one day after Biden's remark to voters in Virginia on Tuesday – that GOP running mates Gov. Mitt Romney and Rep. Paul Ryan are "going to put y'all back in chains" – and asked the President if he'd spoken to Biden about the controversial comment.
"Joe Biden has been an outstanding vice president. He is passionate about what's happening in middle-class families," he said. "So I will be talking to him a whole lot about the campaign generally."
Biden's comment sparked Romney to call the Obama campaign one of "division and hate and anger." But Obama, speaking to PEOPLE in Dubuque, Iowa, seemed unrattled by the controversy. He said Biden's words needed to be considered in context; that he was only saying "you, consumers, the American people, will be a lot worse off if we repeal these [Wall Street reform] laws as the other side is suggesting."
Originally posted 08/12/2012 09:00PM
However tough and tight the race against President Obama gets this fall, Janna Ryan predicts that her husband Paul Ryan and Mitt Romney can count on one thing: fun.
PEOPLE was first to sit down with the freshly minted Republican presidential ticket and their wives on Sunday morning, 24 hours after Romney announced the 42-year-old Wisconsin congressman as his pick for a running mate.
The two candidates, Mrs. Ryan and Romney's wife, Ann, laughed easily aboard their campaign bus between stops in North Carolina.
Originally posted 08/11/2012 11:45AM
America's first catfish-wrestling vice president?
After Mitt Romney's announcement Saturday that Rep. Paul Ryan will be his running mate, the spotlight intensified on the 42-year-old GOP congressman from Janesville, Wis., a policy wonk with a passion for fiscal conservatism and, yes, wrangling catfish.
Here's what you need to know about Romney's pick:
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