This week, President Joe Biden outlined a more aggressive strategy to combat Covid-19 and announced new vaccine and testing requirements that could impact more than 100 million Americans. Meanwhile, the nation marks 20 years since the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001.
- Jobless Americans left scrambling after pandemic unemployment benefits end
- Pretrial hearings for alleged 9/11 plotters set to resume at Guantanamo this week
- Texas governor signs voting restrictions bill into law
- Biden on Hurricane Ida relief efforts: ‘We’re not going home til this gets done’
- Biden pushes economic agenda while honoring labor unions at White House
- Schumer on $3.5 trillion bill: ‘We’re moving full speed ahead’
- Biden announces new vaccine mandates that could cover 100 million Americans
- Justice Department sues Texas over six-week abortion ban
- Flight lands in Qatar after Taliban cleared Americans and others to leave Afghanistan
- Joe Biden tries to push the nation past the 9/11 era as he commemorates 20th anniversary of the attacks
- Americans turn pessimistic amid concerns over economy and coronavirus
And that was the week in 11 headlines.
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