This week, the first Omicron variant case was detected in the United States as some conservative members of Congress nearly shut down the federal government over vaccine mandates.
- Biden’s agenda brings warring conservative factions together in quest to flip House
- Biden says new Omicron variant is ’cause for concern, not a cause for panic’
- First lady Jill Biden unveils her first White House holiday decorations
- Boebert and Omar have contentious call amid backlash for anti-Muslim remarks
- Administration working with vaccine manufacturers to ‘develop contingency plans’ amid new variant
- Biden suffers string of court setbacks as administration’s vaccine mandates are put on hold
- Biden administration considering requiring stricter coronavirus testing for everyone traveling to US
- Supreme Court’s conservatives lean towards limiting abortion rights after dramatic oral arguments on Mississippi law banning abortions after 15 weeks
- Biden to extend transportation mask mandate through March
- Biden outlines new steps to combat Covid through winter months
- Due to court order, ‘Remain in Mexico’ rules for migrants are likely to restart Monday
- Manchin tells senators he’s skeptical Build Back Better can pass this year, as doubts grow it will get done by Christmas
- Democrats await decision on whether immigration can be in Build Back Better
- Congress averts shutdown after party leaders resolve GOP standoff over vaccine mandate
And that was the week in 14 headlines.
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