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President Biden visits the Aisne-Marne American Cemetery to pay his tribute to fallen US soldiers of the World War I, in Belleau, Northern France, on June 9, 2024. Saul Loeb/AFP via Getty Images/AFP hide caption

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Biden visits a military cemetery that Trump reportedly said was 'filled with losers'

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Tick-borne diseases like Lyme disease and babesiosis are spreading in the U.S. Ladislav Kubeš/Getty Images hide caption

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Once called Nantucket fever, this nasty tick-borne illness is on the rise

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Migrants walk to the Dennis DeConcini Port of Entry for a CBP One meeting in Nogales, Arizona on Friday, June 7, 2024. Ash Ponders for NPR hide caption

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Biden's policies aimed at curbing illegal migration face many challenges

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Catastrophic flash floods killed dozens of people in eastern Kentucky in July 2022. Here, homes in Jackson, Ky., are flooded with water. Arden S. Barnes/The Washington Post via Getty Images hide caption

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The Undercount: The invisible death toll from climate change

Climate change is deadly. Exactly how deadly?

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Climate change is deadly. Exactly how deadly? Depends who's counting

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