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President Biden is about to face a bunch of critics who complain that he has broken a promise.

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The Northeastern United States is being invaded. Nearly a dozen states are reporting infestations of the spotted lanternfly.

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Updated September 20, 2021 at 12:03 PM ET

Bob Woodward is back with another book about former President Donald Trump, this time co-authored with fellow Washington Post reporter Robert Costa. This book focuses on the transition between the Trump and Biden administrations.

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