Nearly 9 million people screened at TSA checkpoints over Memorial Day Weekend | ABC News

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With more than half of American adults fully vaccinated, the country is finally beginning its return to normal. Nearly 9 million people were screened at TSA checkpoints over the weekend.

Plus, President Joe Biden is traveling to Oklahoma to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre, putting the national spotlight on one of the worst acts of racial violence in America.

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