President Joe Biden addresses the nation on the mysterious aerial objects that were shot down, undergoes his annual physical exam and speaks to the National Association of Counties. And the White House hosts a screening of "Till," among the highlights of this week in Washington.
President Joe Biden
hosts a screening
of the movie "Till" for civil-rights leaders, students and victims of hate-fueled violence on Thursday. The film depicts the life of Mamie Till-Mobley, whose son Emmett Till, a Black teenager, was lynched in Mississippi in 1955. Photo by Al Drago/UPI
Biden addresses the nation from the Eisenhower Executive Office on the series of objects the U.S. military has shot down over the past two weeks, including an alleged Chinese spy balloon, in his first extended public remarks about the episode. Photo by Al Drago/UPI
Biden exits the White House before boarding Marine One for a flight to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center for his
His doctor proclaimed him healthy and vigorous. Photo by Andrew Harrer/UPI