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Biden to Take Train Home After Inauguration

Biden plans to start an organization to work on changing the way the nation conducts cancer research and provides care to those with the disease

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    Vice President Joe Biden signs the drawer of the vice president's desk in the vice president's ceremonial office at the Eisenhower Executive Office Building on the White House complex in Washington, Friday, Jan. 6, 2017, as his wife Jill Biden watches.

    Vice President Joe Biden and his wife, Jill, will head home to Delaware after Donald Trump's inauguration in the same way that Biden has been traveling to his home state for 44 years: by train. The vice president tweeted the news Tuesday, along with a photo of him walking alongside a train with his arm around an Amtrak conductor. 

    After leaving office, Biden plans to start an organization to work on changing the way the nation conducts cancer research and provides care to those with the disease. 

    The White House earlier announced that President Barack Obama will be leaving town after the inauguration with one last ride on the plane that's known as Air Force One when a president is aboard.