This week, President Biden returned from his foreign trip to a party in crisis after losing the Virginia gubernatorial race — and nearly losing the assumed-to-be-safe New Jersey governor’s race. Meanwhile, Democrats turned the screws on one another in an effort to pass Biden’s social spending bill and the infrastructure bill, despite ongoing internal opposition.
- Two conservative Supreme Court justices appear open to abortion providers being able to challenge Texas law
- Joe Biden wants America to lead the world against the climate crisis. That goal faces a big test this week.
- This is the week that Biden might actually clinch the deal on his legislative agenda. Seriously.
- Biden urges optimism at climate summit, even though ‘there’s a reason for people to be worried’
- Manchin outlines main concerns over Biden agenda but says deal possible by Thanksgiving
- Biden arrives back in Washington to a political nightmare
- Pelosi adds 4 weeks of paid family and medical leave back into social spending bill
- Democrats look for lessons in Virginia and New Jersey as a blame game inside the party rages
- Harris looks to strengthen US-France ties in ‘concrete ways’ on Paris trip
- Vaccine rule for larger employers, federal contractors and certain health care workers to take effect January 4
- Manchin objects to paid family leave added back into social spending bill
- The moment has come for Biden and Pelosi to close the deal on his sweeping agenda
- Biden says his plans are working after October jobs report beats expectations
And that was the week in 13 headlines.
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