Biden Heads to Delaware for the Weekend

President Joe Biden is heading to Delaware for the weekend.

He took off from Joint Base Andrews on Friday after trying hammer out the world's next steps against rapidly worsening climate change in a private, virtual session with a small group of other global leaders.

The Biden administration billed Friday's meeting as a chance for some of the world leaders to strategize how to achieve big, fast cuts in climate-wrecking petroleum and coal emissions.

The administration also is trying to re-establish the United States' Major Economies Forum - a climate group set up by President Barack Obama and revived by Biden - as a significant forum for international climate negotiations.

(AP)

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