(CNN)President Biden announced new incentives for Americans to get Covid-19 vaccines ahead of his July 4 deadline. Meanwhile, former President Donald Trump leans into misinformation ahead of a summer rally tour.
MondayFlynn says he didn’t endorse Myanmar-style coup after he appears to back plan in video exchangeOn Memorial Day, Austin reflects on strength of US military and dismisses adversaries’ criticismTuesdayObamacare, LGBTQ rights, voting laws in play during Supreme Court’s final monthTexas Democrats call on Congress to act on voting rights but key obstacles loom Kamala Harris will lead Biden administration’s efforts on voting rights, President saysRead More
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WednesdayThousands of emails from and to Fauci during the pandemic’s early days were published. Here’s what they show about himBiden announces ‘National Month of Action’ — that could include free beer — to get more Americans vaccinated by July 4Some reluctant Democrats consider ditching filibuster for voting bill despite grim prospects over changing rulesBiden lowers price tag and proposes no immediate changes to GOP tax law in effort to strike bipartisan dealThursdayWhite House pushes for companies to take ransomware more seriously after high-profile cyberattacksTrump is more obsessed than ever with 2020 election and is brushing off allies who are telling him to move onSenate Democrats face tough test of unity with voting rights billFridayAs Trump readies summer rallies and speeches, allies worry he’s stuck in the pastWray sees ‘parallels’ between challenge posed by ransomware attacks and 9/11And that was the week in 14 headlines.