This week, all eyes were on Capitol Hill as constantly shifting negotiations highlighted the split between moderates and progressives in the Democratic caucus, all amid efforts to pass a bipartisan infrastructure package and a budget bill that includes many of Biden’s signature policies.
- US government working to help about 100 US citizens and permanent residents leave Afghanistan
- Biden receives his Covid-19 booster shot: Vaccines ‘can save your life and … can save the lives of those around you’
- Oregon approves the nation’s first new congressional map
- Biden and Democrats face dual front battle and have only 48 hours left
- Liberals revolt at Pelosi’s plan to hold infrastructure vote without social safety net bill
- McAuliffe and Youngkin battle over Covid-19 vaccine mandates in Virginia governor’s debate
- Schumer announces Senate will vote Thursday on stopgap bill to avert shutdown
- USPS to slow down some mail delivery starting Friday
- Texas attorney general says state’s abortion ban is ‘stimulating’ interstate commerce
- Biden faces a reckoning on his agenda as top aides start to temper expectations
- Durham issues fresh round of subpoenas in his continuing probe of FBI investigation into Trump, Russia
- Capitol Hill set for another desperate push on Biden’s agenda as leaders put a $2.1 trillion option on the table
- Nearly 4,000 federal employees furloughed after Congress lets highway funding lapse
And that was the week in 13 headlines.
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