Biden’s crucial week on voting rights, infrastructure, police reform; Ten mass shootings this week kill at least seven people; Tomorrow: NYC voters chose Dem, GOP candidates for mayor;


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Biden to invite lawmakers to WH this week to talk infrastructure; Sources: WH optimistic about bipartisan infrastructure deal; Key senate vote tomorrow on sweeping election reform bill;

U.S. sees spike in mass shooting as cities open back up; Source: DOJ obtained metadata from Schiff & Swalwell as part of probe into a senior aide on House Intel Cmte;

Dems Yang, Garcia form late alliance as Adams leads polls; Adams campaign claims joint event by Garcia, Yang was an attempt to disenfranchise black voters; New York City using ranked-choice voting for the first time; Volunteer for NYC candidate Eric Adams recovering after stabbing;

Fauci: people who criticize me about mask guidance are criticizing science; Study: Delta variant tearing through counties with lower vaccinations; Only 16 states and D.C. have met Biden’s July 4th 70% vaccination goal;

U.S. student found dead in Russia after testing her mother: “I hope I’m not being abducted”; Sources: Biden national security officials meeting today to discuss Afghanistan withdrawal as Taliban gain ground;

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