Washington — President Biden is scheduled to meet with House Democrats on Capitol Hill on Thursday morning to update them on plans to pass his social spending package and the bipartisan infrastructure plan, White House officials told CBS News. The president will then return to the White House to address the nation "about the path forward for his economic agenda and the next steps to getting it done," according to the White House. Shortly after noon, several hours later than originally scheduled, Mr. Biden will fly to Rome for a meeting Friday with Pope Francis and a summit with Group of 20 leaders. Mr. Biden's visit to Capitol Hill comes as negotiations have continued among Senate Democrats over his social spending plan, known as Build Back Better. Democratic lawmakers were haggling over final details of the legislation on Wednesday, with the fate of a new paid family leave plan — a signature campaign pledge by Mr. Biden and congressional Democrats — in doubt amid opposition from Senator Joe Manchin of West Virginia. But Senate Democrats including Cory Booker and Patty Murray insisted that no final decision has been made about paid family leave, a provision supported by progressives as well as by a number of moderates. Mr. Biden said last week at a town hall that the proposal for 12 weeks of paid family leave might b . . . read the full article here.