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President Biden campaigned on a proposal for a massive infrastructure plan to transform the economy and on the idea that he could work with Republicans. Trying to bring the infrastructure plan into reality forces a key decision on bipartisanship. Alex Wong/Getty Images hide caption

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Building A Big Infrastructure Plan, Biden Starts With A Bridge To Republicans

The president promised to "build back better" after dealing with the pandemic. He also said he could work with Republicans, and his next legislative push will test that.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, center, tours the Mahane Yehuda Market while campaigning in Jerusalem on Monday, a day before national elections. Oren Ben Hakoon/AP hide caption

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Netanyahu Seeks Reelection With No Clear Winner As Israeli Voting Finishes

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President Biden campaigned on a proposal for a massive infrastructure plan to transform the economy and on the idea that he could work with Republicans. Trying to bring the infrastructure plan into reality forces a key decision on bipartisanship. Alex Wong/Getty Images hide caption

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Building A Big Infrastructure Plan, Biden Starts With A Bridge To Republicans

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