Dr. Anthony Fauci [[ FOW-chee ]] expects the surge in COVID-19 cases to get worse, but he says that isn't likely to result in lockdowns. On ABC's This Week, Fauci said the seven-day average has gone up dramatically and will continue to rise in the coming days.    Millions of Americans who rent could be evicted soon after a federal moratorium on evictions expired over the weekend. President Biden has called on Congress to extend the ban. It was enacted to help Americans who lost their jobs during the pandemic.    Senators are reading the 27-hundred page bipartisan infrastructure bill completed over the weekend. It has 550-billion dollars of new spending to repair and expand roads, bridges and help for trains. The bill also includes money to improve the electric grid and expand broadband.    Storms rolling in to Western states where fire crews are struggling to keep up with dozens of wildfires could be a mixed blessing. Thunderstorms from the Great Basin to the Rockies today could help douse some fires. However, the storms could trigger flash flooding in areas where wildfires have stripped away vegetation.    Simone Biles is ready to compete in the Tokyo Olympics. Team USA confirms the greatest gymnast of all time will take part in tomorrow's balance beam final. Biles withdrew from individual finals in vault, uneven bars, and floor exercise after pulling out of the all-around competition as she has said she's prioritizing her mental health.    MTV is celebrating 40 years of televising pop culture to the world. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo ordered several state landmarks to be lit up in yellow, blue, and red to honor the occasion, saying "MTV is the cornerstone of pop culture, paving the way for a new level of media." The network was founded in New York on August 1st, 1981.