A bipartisan infrastructure bill faces a crucial test in the Senate. Dry, windy conditions fuel Oregon's Bootleg Fire. The Tokyo Olympics, which begin this week, are different because of COVID-19.

News Brief: Infrastructure Vote, Bootleg Fire, Olympics’ COVID Concerns

By A Martínez NPR
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