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NBC News radio, I'm Jim Forbes. President Biden is marking two years in office Saturday since his inauguration, the president has managed to secure several legislative victories, including the sweeping bipartisan infrastructure law, and the chips act to revamp high-tech manufacturing in the U.S.. However, his administration has also faced significant challenges, including grappling with the COVID-19 pandemic, the crisis at the southern border and historic inflation. Meanwhile, the president has more recently been mired in controversy following the discovery of classified materials at his home and former office. This comes as Biden is expected to officially announce his bid for reelection in the near future. A new study shows recent fires in the Sierra Nevada forests in California are quote the wrong kind. Has the latest research from UC Davis shows rates of high severity fires have skyrocketed since before the Euro American settlement data shows locations considered mid to lower elevations saw its low to moderate severity rate from 90% drop to around 60 to 70%. However, the high severity rate quintupled from below 10% to 43% and author of the study says the balance between good fire and bad fire is way off prescribed burns would be an example of a good fire as it's used to treat force rather than damage them. And former astronaut Buzz Aldrin is over the moon with some exciting news. The oldest living moonwalker celebrated his 93rd birthday on Friday and announced the finally decided to marry his longtime love, doctor Anka Fowler, the pair tied the knot in a small private ceremony in Los Angeles before Aldrin was honored by living legends of aviation for his impact on space travel. Aldrin released a statement announcing the wedding saying he and as, quote, excited as eloping teenagers. I'm Jim Forbes. This is Chicago's progressive talk. 8 20 a.m. WCT widow's Friends, an online CPT 8

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