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Top Headlines for July 23, 2021

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  • Senate Republicans Block Infrastructure Debate

    Republicans blocked a Senate vote to start debate on an emerging bipartisan infrastructure plan, pushing for more negotiation time. Senator Chuck Schumer forced the vote in a bid to increase pressure to resolve the talks.
  • Watch Live: Senate Votes on Infrastructure Agreement

    Democrats plan to force a procedural vote on a nearly $600 billion bipartisan bill to address the nation's aging infrastructure. It is expected to fail amid Republican opposition, as negotiations over key details continue.
  • 'There Will Be Breakthrough Cases,' Psaki Says

    White House officials confirmed that a staff member tested positive for the coronavirus, in a breakthrough case after vaccination. The White House press secretary Jen Psaki said that precautions were in place to protect the president.
  • 'There Will Be Breakthrough Cases,' Psaki Says

    White House officials confirmed that a staff member tested positive for the coronavirus, in a breakthrough case after vaccination. However, White House press secretary Jen Psaki said that precautions are put in place to protect the president.
  • 'Very Profound,' Bezos Says of Spaceflight Experience

    After a successful voyage to space, the Amazon founder Jeff Bezos and the rest of the Blue Origin flight team spoke about their brief journey.
  • Video Shows Inside the Blue Origin Flight to Space

    The Blue Origin crew included four passengers who had fun during the short flight, playing with Skittles and experimenting with gravity.
  • Canada to Reopen Border to Vaccinated U.S. Travelers

    Canadian officials said fully vaccinated citizens and permanent residents of the United States would be allowed to enter the country starting Aug. 9. Canada hopes to allow visitors from other countries by early September.
  • Highlights From Blue Origin's Spaceflight

    Blue Origin's first flight to space with humans onboard included the billionaire Jeff Bezos, his brother Mark Bezos, Wally Funk and Oliver Daemen. The team traveled more than 60 miles above Earth.
  • Jeff Bezos Blasts Off on Spaceflight

    Jeff Bezos, the former chief executive of Amazon, launched himself toward space aboard a rocket system built by his space company, Blue Origin.
  • Justice Department Indicts Chinese Officials for Cyberattacks

    The Justice department accused four Chinese nationals, including three state security officials, of hacking government and private computer systems around the world to steal sensitive information.

Top Headlines for July 22, 2021

Headline News from the Associated Press
  • Senate Republicans Block Infrastructure Debate

    Republicans blocked a Senate vote to start debate on an emerging bipartisan infrastructure plan, pushing for more negotiation time. Senator Chuck Schumer forced the vote in a bid to increase pressure to resolve the talks.
  • Watch Live: Senate Votes on Infrastructure Agreement

    Democrats plan to force a procedural vote on a nearly $600 billion bipartisan bill to address the nation's aging infrastructure. It is expected to fail amid Republican opposition, as negotiations over key details continue.
  • 'There Will Be Breakthrough Cases,' Psaki Says

    White House officials confirmed that a staff member tested positive for the coronavirus, in a breakthrough case after vaccination. The White House press secretary Jen Psaki said that precautions were in place to protect the president.
  • 'There Will Be Breakthrough Cases,' Psaki Says

    White House officials confirmed that a staff member tested positive for the coronavirus, in a breakthrough case after vaccination. However, White House press secretary Jen Psaki said that precautions are put in place to protect the president.
  • 'Very Profound,' Bezos Says of Spaceflight Experience

    After a successful voyage to space, the Amazon founder Jeff Bezos and the rest of the Blue Origin flight team spoke about their brief journey.
  • Video Shows Inside the Blue Origin Flight to Space

    The Blue Origin crew included four passengers who had fun during the short flight, playing with Skittles and experimenting with gravity.
  • Canada to Reopen Border to Vaccinated U.S. Travelers

    Canadian officials said fully vaccinated citizens and permanent residents of the United States would be allowed to enter the country starting Aug. 9. Canada hopes to allow visitors from other countries by early September.
  • Highlights From Blue Origin's Spaceflight

    Blue Origin's first flight to space with humans onboard included the billionaire Jeff Bezos, his brother Mark Bezos, Wally Funk and Oliver Daemen. The team traveled more than 60 miles above Earth.
  • Jeff Bezos Blasts Off on Spaceflight

    Jeff Bezos, the former chief executive of Amazon, launched himself toward space aboard a rocket system built by his space company, Blue Origin.
  • Justice Department Indicts Chinese Officials for Cyberattacks

    The Justice department accused four Chinese nationals, including three state security officials, of hacking government and private computer systems around the world to steal sensitive information.

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