By Lauren Dezenski, CNN
This week, Democrats on Capitol Hill scrambled to achieve consensus on key pieces of President Joe Biden’s agenda as he headed to Europe for a series of summits with key leaders. Meanwhile, a Republican Trump critic announced he won’t seek reelection in Congress.
- Democrats drive toward a scaled back $1.75 trillion spending agreement
- Lower premiums, more choices on Obamacare exchanges for 2022 as Democrats battle to extend generous subsidies
- Biden pitches spending plans in New Jersey ahead of key week for Hill negotiations
- Facebook revelations add new momentum to efforts to rein in Big Tech
- Tight race for Virginia governor enters final week with national implications on the line
- At least five former Trump White House staffers are talking to the House January 6 committee
- There won’t be a White House Halloween celebration this year
- Paid leave falls out of Democratic package in urgent scramble to secure Manchin’s support
- Biden heads to Europe with his economic agenda — and his presidency — in the balance back home
- Complaint alleging a sex crime has been filed against former NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo
- ‘God love ya’: Warm relationship between the world’s most powerful Catholics on display as Biden and Pope Francis meet
- Adam Kinzinger, outspoken GOP Trump critic, won’t seek reelection for US House seat
- Families forcibly separated at the border by the Trump administration seeking settlements in ongoing negotiations
And that was the week in 13 headlines.
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