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Current Events According to the Friday, July 22, 2022 Broadcast of World News Tonight With David Muir

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Current Events According to the Friday, July 22, 2022 Broadcast of World News Tonight With David Muir

CURRENT EVENTS ACCORDING TO THE FRIDAY, JULY 22, 2022 BROADCAST OF WORLD NEWS TONIGHT WITH DAVID MUIR

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1. President Biden's COVID symptoms have improved

PRESIDENT BIDEN'S COVID SYMPTOMS HAVE IMPROVED


At 79 years old, the President is more at risk of severe symptoms due to his advanced age, but President Biden's mild COVID symptoms have improved.

Dr. Fauci reported that the President seems to be well on the road to recovery.

2. Steve Bannon

STEVE BANNON


Steve Bannon, former U.S. President Donald Trump's one time chief strategist was found on 2 counts of being in contempt of Congress. This is because he did not respond to a subpoena and did not sit for a deposition.

Steve Bannon is being accused of putting his loyalty to Donald Trump above following the law.

3. Heat Alert

HEAT ALERT


This summer day, 94 million Americans continue to be on heat alert.

4. The Pentagon

THE PENTAGON

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Reportedly, the U.S. Pentagon is exploring the possibility of sending fighter jets to Ukraine.

Russia would see this as a provocation.

5. In Southern California,

IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA,


A small plane crashed off of Huntington Beach, into the water. Bystanders rushed to help and the pilot did survive.

6. Paul Duncan

PAUL DUNCAN


Former NFL football player Paul Duncan, 35 years old, died of cardiac arrest while out for a run. The athlete was also a former Notre Dame football player.

Paul Duncan was married with two children.

7. Lottery

LOTTERY


The Mega Millions lottery jackpot is now at $660 million, one of the largest jackpots in history.

8. Beagles

BEAGLES


In the #AmericaStrong segment of the Friday, July 22, 2022 broadcast of World News Tonight with David Muir, it was discussed that 4,000 beagles have been rescued from a testing facility in Virginia.

The federal government has given the humane society sixty days to find homes for the dogs.

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