The White House will be closely watching a big test vote in the Senate Tuesday on a sweeping voting rights bill. During a briefing on Monday, Press Secretary Jen Psaki [[ SAH-kee ]] called an expansion of voting rights a huge priority for President Biden. The Senate procedural vote needs 60 votes to move the bill forward. Psaki acknowledged it's unlikely that ten Republicans will vote yes.    Health officials are pointing to some encouraging news in the fight against COVID-19 as well as some growing concerns about the spread of the highly-contagious Delta variant. The number of fully vaccinated Americans stood at nearly 150 million on Monday - or roughly 45 percent of the population. Cases are down across most of the country and deaths have fallen below 300 a day for the first time since the very early days of the pandemic. But with the delta variant now accounting for some ten percent of all COVID cases in the U.S., the fear is that if not enough people are vaccinated, we could see another surge come fall.    Groups representing airlines and employees are pushing the Justice Department to crack down on unruly passengers, with incidents way up this year. They've sent a letter to Attorney General Merrick Garland and called for stricter enforcement and consequences for those who disrupt airline flights. That includes public prosecutions, hefty fines and jail time.    An investigation is underway after an incident that took place during a high school basketball game in San Diego County. Coronado High School officials are apologizing after players and fans threw tortillas at the opposing team after a championship game Saturday night. It happened after Coronado's boys' basketball team beat Orange Glen High of Escondido. Orange Glen is a predominantly Hispanic school.    Award-winning director Steven Spielberg has inked a multi-year deal with the streaming service Netflix. Spielberg's Amblin Entertainment will make multiple new films for the streaming service. Financial terms of the deal were not made public.