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Joe Biden to Al: ‘Keep door open’ for me at TODAY

  After TODAY’s Al Roker invited Vice President Joe Biden to co-host TODAY, Biden responded via tweet, suggesting maybe he and Hillary Clinton can host together.

Clinton-Biden breakfast has Washington scrambling for clues

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's breakfast with Vice President Joe Biden on Tuesday was so far under the radar that it was not known whether they discussed the elephant in the room: Whether they will run against each other for president in 2016. Full story

Al: I’d watch Joe Biden reality show ‘in a minute’

  The TODAY anchors, along with Carson Daly, discuss Hillary Clinton’s breakfast with the vice president, prompting Al to invite Biden to co-host TODAY, saying it would be “absolutely awesome.”

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Biden calls for stronger US-India business ties

Biden seeks to assure India on Afghanistan, presses on trade

Biden will focus on trade, security in India trip

Biden calls Brazil's Rousseff over NSA spying tensions

Biden: Immigration overhaul is about public safety

Biden: ‘I can die a happy man never having been president…but it doesn’t mean I won’t run’

Biden to praise benefits of 'rules of the road' in Asia visit

Biden: US aims to build new rules for road in Asia

Biden: U.S. ready to engage with North Korea, but only if talks 'genuine'

Biden hints at possibility of a presidential run in 2016

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  Kristin Scott Thomas on aging: ‘I feel invisible’

TODAY’s Natalie Morales and Al Roker, along with guest anchor Carson Daly, chat about the hot topics of the day, including Kristin Scott Thomas’s candid remarks on being an older actress.

  Spin Cycle: Should restaurants include calorie counts on menus?

The Cycle hosts discuss the practicality of a proposed federal law requiring the number of calories to be included in restaurants with twenty or more locations.

  Weiner is ‘focused like a laser’ on people of NYC

Despite recent polls showing a majority of democratic primary voters want him out of the race, former disgraced Congressman Anthony Weiner insists he isn’t quitting in his bid to become New York City mayor. NBC’s Andrea Mitchell reports.

  Weiner still pressing forward with campaign

Even with his poll numbers plummeting, Anthony Weiner is standing firm in his quest to be New York City’s next mayor. The National Journal’s Jill Lawrence, Salon’s Joan Walsh, Think Progress’ Judd Legum join MSNBC to discuss how Weiner should proceed to handle the race.

  The Clinton-Weiner Connection

The Washington Post’s Ruth Marcus and the National Journal’s Chris Frates discuss former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton meeting with Vice President  Joe Biden Tuesday. The panel also talks about Clinton’s connection to Anthony Weiner and his wife.

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US Vice President Joe Biden speaks about US - Asia and India economic and trade policy during an event hosted by the Center for American Progress at George Washington University in Washington, DC, July 18, 2013. Biden is set to travel to India and Singapore later this week. AFP PHOTO / Saul LOEBSAUL

U.S. Vice President Biden tours the USS Freedom at Changi Naval Base in Singapore
U.S. Vice President Biden tours the USS Freedom at Changi Naval Base in Singapore

U.S. Vice President Joe Biden is shown how the vessel is piloted at the bridge by Commander Tim Wilke

U.S. Vice President Biden puts on a USS Freedom cap onboard the vessel in Singapore
U.S. Vice President Biden puts on a USS Freedom cap onboard the vessel in Singapore

U.S. Vice President Joe Biden puts on a USS Freedom cap after speaking to sailors onboard the vessel, which is the U.S. Navy's first littoral combat ship on rotational deployment, at Changi Naval Base in Singapore July 27, 2013. REUTERS/Tim Chong (SINGAPORE - Tags: POLITICS MARITIME MILITARY)

U.S. Vice President Biden watches a manoeuvre at the Changi Naval Base in Singapore
U.S. Vice President Biden watches a manoeuvre at the Changi Naval Base in Singapore

U.S. Vice President Joe Biden , accompanied by Commander Tim Wilke, commanding officer of the USS Freedom, the U.S. Navy's first littoral combat ship on rotational deployment, watches a manoeuvre at Changi Naval Base in Singapore July 27, 2013. Also pictured in the background is USS Fitzgerald. REU