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Former Vice President Joe Biden got into a verbal tussle with President Trump over who would win a fight, just before announcing a three-part "Plan To Put Work-and Workers-First." Gene J. Puskar/AP hide caption

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Passengers use facial recognition scanners before boarding a British Airways flight in Orlando, Fla. Brian Naylor/NPR hide caption

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Facial Scanning Now Arriving At U.S. Airports

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Critics Concerned About Privacy Issues As Biometric Scanning Increases

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From left: Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao, Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross, Labor Secretary Alex Acosta, Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue and Energy Secretary Rick Perry appear before a Senate committee Wednesday. Andrew Harnik/AP hide caption

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Head Of Background Investigation Bureau Testifies Before Senate Intelligence Committee

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Forecasters at the National Weather Service office monitor Hurricane Irma on Sept. 9, 2017, at the hurricane center in Miami. Andy Newman/AP hide caption

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National Weather Service Forecast: Cloudy, With A Chance Of Budget Cuts

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President Donald Trump departs after speaking at the White House's Opioid Summit Thursday. Trump delivered brief remarks at the conclusion of the summit aimed at addressing the opioid addiction problems in the U.S. Win McNamee/Getty Images hide caption

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Trump Says Administration Working On 'Very Very Strong' Policies To Combat Opioids

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President Trump is reportedly considering his personal pilot, John Dunkin (left), to be head of the Federal Aviation Administration. Andrew Milligan/PA Images via Getty Images hide caption

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Trump Reportedly Considering His Personal Pilot To Captain FAA

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Trump Reportedly Considering Naming His Personal Pilot To Head FAA

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