In a reversal, Supplemental Security Income recipients won’t lose benefits even if coronavirus relief payments are still in their bank accounts.
Rep. Madison Cawthorn, like every other Republican in Congress, opposed the American Rescue Plan.
Weird Senate rules have made the $1,400 fair game for private collection.
In an absurd twist, many say they might be forced to use the next round of government-provided stimulus checks to pay the government.
As Congress debates who “deserves” another stimulus check, households on the cusp are terrified of missing out.
The president and his administration have consistently said they're committed to a large, aggressive rescue package.
There's a lot to like in Biden's relief agenda — if Republicans will let it pass.
Our editors have picked some of your most thought-provoking comments from last week’s top stories.
Washington is reeling over the president's demand as failure to agree on the bill puts millions of Americans in peril.
If you were expecting another $1,200, we have bad news.
After months of back and forth, both chambers of Congress have agreed to a $900 billion COVID relief deal.
The bipartisan group of senators negotiating a deal finally released a summary of their proposal.
The president-elect said he and his team have been consulting with labor leaders, CEOs, mayors and governors in crafting their own coronavirus aid bill.
A bipartisan COVID-19 relief plan has gained popularity in Congress.
“You’re play-acting to be a lawyer.” The California lawmaker and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin got into a heated exchange over COVID-19 relief funding.
Nearly 12 million workers will lose unemployment benefits the day after Christmas if lawmakers fail to pass a coronavirus relief bill.
It's good for working people and a rare political gift from the Trump administration.
President Donald Trump ordered his team to stop negotiating a coronavirus stimulus package as millions of Americans remain unemployed.
The U.S. economy still faces threats, and without further support, those downward trends could still emerge, the Fed chairman said.