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Newly Buoyant Biden Aims High With Cancer Moonshot | Politics
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Newly Buoyant Biden Aims High With Cancer Moonshot | Politics

Just a few months ago, a down-in-the-dumps, way-down-in-the-polls President Joe Biden was struggling to pass major legislative items and appease Democratic Party voters who worried the unpopular leader would drag down vulnerable House and Senate candidates, perhaps enabling a massive red wave this fall.Now, a newly buoyant and aggressive president is looking and sounding more confident on the stump and on the trail, touting his hard-won legislative wins and reveling in polls showing things looking up for his party.That was evident Monday afternoon, when Biden went big on his policy goal-setting: curing cancer.President John F. Kennedy, 60 years ago to the day, made his famous "moonshot" speech to launch American exploration of space, Biden said in remarks at the JFK Library in Boston. T...
Changes in Multifest entertainment line-up
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Changes in Multifest entertainment line-up

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WSAZ)- Multifest returns to Haddad Riverfront Park in Charleston this weekend. The festival, which kicked off Friday, brings together different cultures through art, music, education, programs and food.Jon B will no longer be performing Saturday evening, according to Multifest organizers. Flight issues prevented the artist from arriving in Charleston on time. Joe Little III, founding member of Cleveland R&B group The Rude Boys, will take the stage instead. Vendors from throughout the country have made their way to the Capital City to celebrate diversity.Copyright 2022 WSAZ. All rights reserved. Source link
Biden Tests Negative, Touts His Record on Fighting COVID-19 | National News
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Biden Tests Negative, Touts His Record on Fighting COVID-19 | National News

A cheerful President Joe Biden reveled Thursday in his recent status as a coronavirus-negative patient, presenting himself as an example of how vaccines and treatment can make the illness a brief, mild ailment instead of something more serious or even deadly."My symptoms were mild, my recovery was quick and I'm feeling great," Biden, without the raspy voice he had earlier in the week, told reporters in the Rose Garden before heading to the Oval Office to work. "It's a real statement of where we are in the fight against COVID-19."The president, who tested positive for the virus a week ago, has now tested negative twice, his doctor, Kevin O'Connor, said in a letter released Thursday to the media.Biden took antigen tests, he said; previously, Ashish Jha, the White House coronavirus respons...