Federal benefits are going to expire, and Republican legislatures are looking to make cuts.
While Republicans privately drafted the CARES Act, Loeffler’s husband was buying shares in corporations that would reap millions, a HuffPost investigation found.
“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 Americans are set to have their benefits expire at the end of the year.
The Senate Majority Leader is moving quickly with plans to confirm whomever President Donald Trump chooses to replace the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Most Americans who have been sickened by the coronavirus are facing serious economic hardship, a new survey shows.
With states reopening, workers who had been staying home to avoid the coronavirus will no longer be eligible for unemployment, forcing a choice between health and livelihood.
One proposal plans to provide a relief payment of $2,000 per month for up to a year.