U.S. Senate in rare Saturday session on $1 trillion infrastructure bill
The U.S. Senate in a rare Saturday session worked on a bill that would spend $1 trillion on roads, rail lines and other infrastructure, as lawmakers from both parties sought to advance President Joe Biden's top legislative priority.
The ambitious plan has the backing of Democrats and Republicans alike and has already cleared two hurdles by broad margins in the closely divided Senate.
But so far no lawmakers have seen the final text of the bill, which includes about $550 billion in new spending and was still being written on Saturday. Earlier...