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Senate Democrats reminded Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin that he agreed to the oversight in negotiations over the coronavirus rescue package.
The statement accompanying the president's signature on the new law appears to countermand an oversight provision worked out by both parties.
Some progressives are crying foul at Democratic leadership’s opposition to the change.
Donald Trump’s reelection campaign is threatening to take legal action against TV stations airing an ad critical of the president’s response to the coronavirus crisis.
Some people want to kill the bill, while others just want tougher conditions on aid.
Democrats argued the rescue package was tilted toward corporations and did too little to help workers and health care providers.
Democrats say the package does not go far enough to provide health care and unemployment aid for Americans, and caters too much to big business.
Her presidential bid is over, but the Massachusetts senator is still the Democratic Party’s ideas factory.
The Democratic response to the coronavirus has been a political disaster.
Democrats are fighting to ensure that the potential $1 trillion bailout doesn’t go to corporate bonuses & stock buybacks.
They want strings attached to any taxpayer dollars given to major industries suffering from the coronavirus-fueled economic crisis.
The DNC rules still say a state can't hold their primaries after June 9 without facing a delegate penalty. Will the coronavirus outbreak change that?
The New York senator wants the Senate to take "big, bold, urgent" action to deal with the growing coronavirus outbreak and its impact on the U.S. economy.
In an Oval Office address, President Donald Trump laid out an unconvincing plan to fight the spread of the coronavirus.
Kathleen Martins will be replacing the late Rep. Dick Marple (R) and serving in the House of Representatives until elections in November.
Republicans seem more likely to go along with paid sick leave before Democrats agree to a payroll tax cut.
Late Night hosts joked about how President Donald Trump has handled the coronavirus outbreak.
A new HuffPost/YouGov poll finds a sharp generational divide within the party.
Republicans may find it uncomfortable to vote against guaranteeing two weeks of needed leave during an outbreak.