Vice President Kamala Harris
Republican presidential hopeful Nikki Haley has recently been directing attacks at Vice President Kamala Harris as she highlights concerns about President Biden's age.
The vice president is hitting the road to talk about reproductive freedom, an issue Democrats want to highlight in the 2024 election. Her first stop marks the 51st anniversary of Roe v Wade.
Vice President Harris has been holding events at the White House and around the country on gun violence prevention. It's part of an effort to reach young voters and voters of color.
Vice President Kamala Harris visited North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University Friday as the second stop on her “Fight For our Freedoms College Tour” which
In Orlando, Vice President Harris rejected Gov. Ron DeSantis' invitation for a discussion about the state's new curriculum on slavery, calling it an "unnecessary" debate.
Vice President Harris spoke at Howard University on Tuesday night — her first event of the 2024 campaign. She urged the crowd to push back against "extremist so-called leaders" on abortion limits.
The vice president visited a castle that was one of the last stops before enslaved people were transported across the Atlantic. "The horror of what happened here must always be remembered," she said.
Second gentleman Doug Emhoff, the husband of Vice President Harris, is increasingly focused on combating antisemitism at home and abroad. He spoke to NPR about his historic role.
While visiting the Philippines, Harris is making a stop at Palawan, an island bordering the South China Sea, where there have been ongoing territorial disputes between China and its neighbors.
Vice President Harris has held more than 20 events on abortion rights since May. She's been traveling the country to listen and speak about what's become a top issue for Democratic voters.