Kamala Harris

The vice president eloquently cheered up her alma mater following the team's March Madness defeat.
The likely 2024 GOP presidential candidate referred to Russia’s war in Ukraine as not one of America’s “many vital national interests."
“Russian forces have pursued a widespread and systemic attack against a civilian population — gruesome acts of murder, torture, rape, and deportation,” Kamala Harris said.
The vice president told NBC News that she expects President Biden to seek reelection next year.
The Fox News host ridiculously riffed on the unidentified objects being shot out of the sky.
Univision's Edwin Pitti probably didn't get the answer he wanted from the vice president about the viral kiss.
"Wow," one audience member responded to the comedian's commentary on the vice president attending the funeral of Tyre Nichols.
"This violent act was not in pursuit of public safety," she said of the force Memphis police officers used on Nichols.
The vice president was invited by Nichols’ parents during a phone call on Tuesday.
On what would have been the 50th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, the White House is increasing protections in the face of growing abortion bans.