Kyle Rittenhouse Verdict, Booster Expansion, House Passes Spending Bill : Up First Kyle Rittenhouse, who fatally shot two people and wounded a third last year amid violent protests over police conduct, has been acquitted of all charges. COVID-19 vaccine boosters are now available to all adults. And after months of arduous negotiation, House Democrats finally approved President Biden's social and climate spending bill, which now goes to the Senate.

Kyle Rittenhouse Verdict, Booster Expansion, House Passes Spending Bill

Kyle Rittenhouse Verdict, Booster Expansion, House Passes Spending Bill

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Kyle Rittenhouse, who fatally shot two people and wounded a third last year amid violent protests over police conduct, has been acquitted of all charges. COVID-19 vaccine boosters are now available to all adults. And after months of arduous negotiation, House Democrats finally approved President Biden's social and climate spending bill, which now goes to the Senate.