(CNN)This week, suicide attacks killed American service members in Afghanistan, Covid-19 cases continued to climb and the Supreme Court struck down the administration’s eviction moratorium, all making for what could be considered the worst week yet of President Joe Biden’s tenure in the White House.
MondayBiden will face pressure from G7 to extend Afghanistan withdrawal deadlineFDA grants full approval to Pfizer/BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine, opening door to more vaccine mandatesUS scrambles to fill intelligence vacuum in wake of rapid Taliban victory in AfghanistanTuesdayKathy Hochul becomes governor of New York as Cuomo leaves in disgraceBiden keeps August 31 deadline to withdraw from Afghanistan: ‘The sooner we finish the better’Supreme Court won’t halt court order forcing Biden to revive ‘Remain in Mexico’ policyProgressives stand by dual track plan following impasse with moderates over budget voteRead More
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WednesdayUS concerned about ‘very specific threat stream’ from ISIS-K against crowds outside Kabul airportTrump makes executive privilege threat as House committee seeks documents from agencies on January 6 attackThursdayUS troops and Afghans killed in suicide attacks outside Kabul airportBiden to Kabul attackers: ‘We will hunt you down and make you pay’McCarthy tells Republicans Biden will face a ‘reckoning’ for handling of Afghanistan exitSupreme Court throws out Biden administration eviction moratoriumFridayBiden to contact families of 13 US service members killed in KabulRepublicans split on strategy to make Biden pay a political price for AfghanistanRenewed fears of political violence grip Capitol Hill ahead of right-wing rallyAnd that was the week in 16 headlines.