Ramping Up Rapid Tests, SCOTUS To Review Covid Mandates, How Lawmakers Marked Jan. 6 : Up First The White House says it's going to ship half a billion Covid tests to households across the country. How does the Biden administration plan to do that in light of test kit shortages? And the Supreme Court reviews President Biden's vaccine and testing mandates for workers today. Are workers preparing to quit their jobs over this? Plus, Democrats solemnly marked the anniversary of the Capitol riot yesterday. Where were Republicans?

Ramping Up Rapid Tests, SCOTUS To Review Covid Mandates, How Lawmakers Marked Jan. 6

Ramping Up Rapid Tests, SCOTUS To Review Covid Mandates, How Lawmakers Marked Jan. 6

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The White House says it's going to ship half a billion Covid tests to households across the country. How does the Biden administration plan to do that in light of test kit shortages? And the Supreme Court reviews President Biden's vaccine and testing mandates for workers today. Are workers preparing to quit their jobs over this? Plus, Democrats solemnly marked the anniversary of the Capitol riot yesterday. Where were Republicans?