Kids And COVID-19, Taliban Gains In Afghanistan, Senate Vote On Infrastructure Bill : Up First As the delta variant spreads, more kids are getting sick with COVID-19: what symptoms to look for as students go back to school. Plus, the latest on violence in Afghanistan as U.S. troops come home. And a Senate vote could move infrastructure spending one step closer to the President's desk.

Kids And COVID-19, Taliban Gains In Afghanistan, Senate Vote On Infrastructure Bill

Kids And COVID-19, Taliban Gains In Afghanistan, Senate Vote On Infrastructure Bill

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As the delta variant spreads, more kids are getting sick with COVID-19: what symptoms to look for as students go back to school. Plus, the latest on violence in Afghanistan as U.S. troops come home. And a Senate vote could move infrastructure spending one step closer to the President's desk.