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White House Says The U.S. Will Narrowly Miss Its Vaccination Goal

President Biden set a goal of 70% of U.S. adults at least partially vaccinated by July 4. The White House is acknowledging Tuesday that it will likely come up short of that.

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Reunion Alex Barck
I Feel Love Donna Summer

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White House Says The U.S. Will Narrowly Miss Its Vaccination Goal

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Angélique Kidjo says she's proud that her career has helped pave the way for the success of other artists in Africa, but now she's taking it one step further. On her latest album, she collaborates with the next generation. Fabrice Mabillot/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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With 'Mother Nature,' Angelique Kidjo Passes The Torch To Young African Musicians

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Free & Equal Angélique Kidjo
Soldi Mahmood

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Blackfeet Nation Welcomes Back Tourists After Risky Shutdown Pays Off

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Reptilia The Strokes
Forest Air Gabrielle Chillmark
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