News Wrap: Bidens pay their respects to Queen Elizabeth II

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In our news wrap Sunday, the Bidens paid their respects to Queen Elizabeth II in London, Ukraine made strategic gains against Russian forces to the south, Nancy Pelosi led a congressional delegation to Armenia amid a cease-fire with Azerbaijan, Hurricane Fiona made landfall in Puerto Rico and knocked out power to the whole island, and the remnants of a typhoon caused widespread flooding in Alaska.

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