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Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. brought his daughter to the Grand Canyon for her first visit Tuesday, touting its awe-inspiring beauty and the work being done to preserve it for future generations.
A California legislative committee has advanced a bill seeking a two-year moratorium on the use of metal bats in high school baseball.
She doesn't want to let her plight hold her down, he said.
She suffered brain damage that "thankfully" involved only short-term memory loss, he said, and surgeons had to drill through her skull to relieve some pressure.