President Biden had cancerous skin lesion removed from chest, White House says | LiveNOW from FOX

President Biden had a "cancerous" skin lesion removed from his chest as part of his comprehensive health assessment in February, according to the White House. Biden's doctor revealed in a memo that skin tissue was removed during his health assessment on Feb. 16 and was sent for a biopsy, which revealed it was cancerous. "All cancerous tissue was successfully removed," Biden's doctor said, adding "no further treatment is required." More LiveNOW from FOX streaming video

2 sailors, dog found safe after being lost at sea for 10 days | LiveNOW from FOX

An incredible story of survival for two local boaters who disappeared after setting sail from Massachusetts on a trip to Florida. Joe DiTomasso, Kevin Hyde and a Bichon Poodle named Minnie survived the deep seas of the Atlantic Ocean. They say the sailboat’s mast went down after getting caught in a storm off the coast of North Carolina. "It was a massive rescue effort with a search over 21,000 square miles of ocean. That’s over half the size of New York," explained Coast Guard Captain Zeita Merchant.