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    Speaker Nancy Pelosi at the Capitol on Thursday. She decided it would be better for the president’s agenda for her to put off action on the infrastructure bill than see it voted down.
    CreditSarahbeth Maney/The New York Times

    House Delays Vote on Infrastructure Bill as Democrats Feud

    A liberal revolt left Democrats short of votes, but leaders insisted they would bring up the measure again on Friday, giving them more time to reach a deal on a separate climate and safety net bill.

    By Jonathan Weisman and

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    Administering Covid-19 vaccines at a pachinko parlor in Osaka, Japan, this month. The authorities say Japan is on a pace to have 80 percent of its population vaccinated by November.
    CreditJiji Press/Agence France-Presse, via Getty Images

    How Asia, Once a Vaccination Laggard, Is Revving Up Inoculations

    Several countries are now on track to surpass the United States in fully vaccinating their populations, lifting hopes of a more permanent return to normality.

    By Sui-Lee WeeDamien Cave and




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