The U.S. president’s enthusiasm for his return to the world stage was palpable as he declared, sometimes multiple times a day, that America is back.
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174.7 million vaccinated
This includes more than 145.8 million peoplewho have been fully vaccinated in the United States.
43.9% fully vaccinated52.6% with at least one dose280Mage 12+332Mtotal
In the last week, an average of 1.14 milliondoses per day were administered, a 6% increaseover the week before.
As more and more Americans are vaccinated, the U.S. portion of the pandemic seems to be receding.
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New measures targeting the extreme right represent “a sea change in counterterrorism” after two decades battling Islamist militants.
President Biden told Congress this week he supports repealing 19-year-old legislation giving the green light to invade Iraq.
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