Dr. Anthony Fauci spoke to reporters on Thursday (1/21) for the first time since the start of the Biden administration. He was asked about his experience so far working under President Biden, compared to the previous administration.

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WEB EXTRA: Spacewalk To Prep Space Station For New Solar PanelsA pair of astronauts aboard the International Space Station conducted a second spacewalk Friday to get the orbiting platform ready for new solar panels.
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