Biden throws support behind $1.2 trillion US infrastructure plan

The US president is backing a bipartisan deal that would see more than $500 billion in new infrastructure spending. The plan would cover roads, rail and public transit, but it could still face a tricky path before approval in Congress. Also, shareholders at Toshiba vote to oust the chairman of the board and El Salvador's president defends the country's controversial plan to adopt Bitcoin as legal tender.