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Vice President Harris and President Biden depart the East Room after delivering remarks on artificial intelligence at the White House on Oct. 30, 2023.
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President Biden announced that he will discontinue his campaign to seek a second term in the White House, throwing the Democratic race for 2024 wide open.
Lights were on at Joe Biden's campaign headquarters on the 8th floor of the Brandywine Building in Wilmington.
Rachel Sawicki
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Delaware Public Media
Wilmington residents react to President Joe Biden ending his reelection campaign and endorsing Vice President Kamala Harris.
This Week on "The Green"
An executive order signed by President Biden aims to improve the recognition of women’s history.
Angelina Bambina
President Biden signed an executive order back in March aimed at bolstering the National Park Service’s recognition of women’s history, calling for increased representation in national parks across the country to honor the legacy and contributions of women and girls.Alison Parker, who has studied women’s history for decades and is Chair of the Department of History and Professor of American History at the University of Delaware, was invited to the White House recently for its announcement of that national initiative.This week, Delaware Public Media’s Kyle McKinnon caught up with Parker to learn more about her White House visit and work in increasing the recognition of women’s history.
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