(CNN)This week, President Biden announced he and a bipartisan group of senators reached a long-sought deal on infrastructure, but there are caution signs ahead. Meanwhile, the spotlight remained on the Capitol riot as more January 6 videos were unveiled, the House announced an investigation and the first defendant was sentenced.
MondaySupreme Court rules against NCAA, opening door to significant increase in compensation for student athletesDOJ releases Capitol riot videos from major conspiracy case involving the Proud BoysTuesdaySenate Republicans block signature Democratic election bill in key test voteAttorney general wants to leave any broad review of Trump Justice Department to inspector generalNYC Democratic mayoral primary to proceed to ranked-choice counting after no candidate wins majority outright, CNN projectsRead More
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WednesdayKamala Harris to make first trip to the border as vice president this weekNew videos show Capitol rioters attacking police line from officers’ point of viewBiden warns of ‘more pronounced’ summer crime spike as he announces plan to tackle gun violenceJudge rebukes GOP for downplaying US Capitol riot as he hands out first sentence in insurrectionThursdayBiden: ‘We have a deal’ on infrastructure with bipartisan group of senatorsPelosi announces the House will establish a select committee to investigate Capitol riotRudy Giuliani suspended from practicing law in New York stateFridayJustice Department suing Georgia over voting restrictionsCapitol rioter downplays attack after apologizing for her crimes in courtKamala Harris makes her first visit to the US-Mexico border as vice presidentAnd that was the week in 15 headlines.