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Biden Takes His 'America Is Back' Message To The World In Munich Speech

President Biden sought to turn the page on the Trump administration's "America First" ethos in a speech to the Munich Security Conference where he tried to repair frayed ties with European allies.

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Why Native Americans Are Getting COVID-19 Vaccines Faster

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President Biden speaks from the East Room of the White House to virtually address the Munich Security Conference in Germany on Friday. Mandel Ngan/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Biden Takes His 'America Is Back' Message To The World In Munich Speech

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'It's A Sin' Brings A Lost Generation Of Gay Men To Life

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Separated By COVID-19 Quarantine, Newlyweds Confront Virus Together

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The Republican Rift Goes Far Deeper Than Just Trump And McConnell

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