Wednesday, August 10th, 2022

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It appears that while his last-minute announcement and visit to Congress — and his address to the nation — before he went off to meet other world leaders was dressed up as a victory speech, it was more of a plea to his fellow Democrats. “This agenda, the agenda that’s in these bills, is what 81 million Americans voted for,” Biden said in his televised speech. “So let’s get this done.”
As he boarded a plane for Rome, members of Congress were still talking about good progress but remaining noncommittal on closing the deal. Biden had told them his presidency was on the line. By the time he gets back from Europe next week, he’ll know how they responded.
Longtime Atlanta news anchor Jovita Moore has died after being diagnosed with an aggressive form of brain cancer. She was 53.
WSB-TV, where Moore had worked since 1998, announced Friday that Moore died Thursday night from glioblastoma.
“After a nearly 7-month battle with an extremely aggressive form of brain cancer, our colleague and friend Jovita Moore has passed away,” Moore’s co-anchor Justin Farmer said in a video posted on the station’s website. “She passed last night, as she wanted, with her family by her side. She passed peacefully.”
Moore had gone to the doctor in mid-April after feeling like she was going to pass out while walking through a grocery store parking lot.
“I was really concerned about why all of a sudden I was forgetful, disoriented and just not feeling myself. Feeling like I was in a fog and really wanting to get out of that fog,” Moore said at the time.
An MRI revealed two small masses in her brain and she underwent surgery to remove the tumors just days later. In July, she asked WSB to share with viewers that she had been diagnosed with glioblastoma. Treatment can slow the cancer’s progression and reduce sig

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