President Donald Trump has "always wanted" an additional coronavirus relief bill, "as long as it is targeted to the right places," White House National Economic Council Director Larry Kudlow said Tuesday.
Since COVID-19 hit our shores, economists have been crunching data to see how it's affecting our economy.
Senate Democrats are trying to save federal workers from having big docks in their pay next spring by allowing them to opt out of the mandatory Trump scheme to give them a payroll tax holiday.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Sunday that she has set a 48-hour deadline to reach an agreement with the Trump administration on coronavirus stimulus negotiations that can be implemented before Election Day.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin on Wednesday said he doesn't think a new coronavirus relief deal will be hammered out before the election.
After President Trump pulled out of negotiations over a fifth round of coronavirus relief this Tuesday, it’s looking desperate workers won’t be getting their next round of stimulus checks any time soon.
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