(CNN)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.
MondayJobless Americans left scrambling after pandemic unemployment benefits endPretrial hearings for alleged 9/11 plotters set to resume at Guantanamo this weekTuesdayTexas governor signs voting restrictions bill into lawBiden on Hurricane Ida relief efforts: ‘We’re not going home til this gets done’Read MoreWednesday
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Biden pushes economic agenda while honoring labor unions at White HouseSchumer on $3.5 trillion bill: ‘We’re moving full speed ahead’ThursdayBiden announces new vaccine mandates that could cover 100 million AmericansJustice Department sues Texas over six-week abortion banFlight lands in Qatar after Taliban cleared Americans and others to leave AfghanistanFridayJoe Biden tries to push the nation past the 9/11 era as he commemorates 20th anniversary of the attacksAmericans turn pessimistic amid concerns over economy and coronavirusAnd that was the week in 11 headlines.