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Lee Price III was sentenced to nine years in a federal prison after authorities said he fraudulently obtained federal coronavirus relief funds.
The American Rescue Plan's lifeline for restaurants has been inundated with applications, and restaurants worry they won't get more help.
David Hines, 29, used the money meant to support businesses impacted by the pandemic on the sports car, dating websites and jewelry, authorities said.
The hospitality union Unite Here says the airline is trying to avoid a union contract after receiving billions in rescue money from the government.
James Kyle Bell is also charged with fraudulently obtaining $1 million in funds from the coronavirus-relief Paycheck Protection Program.
Dioceses received taxpayer-backed aid while sitting on over $10 billion in cash, short-term investments or other readily available funds, an investigation found.
Republicans blocked language that would have broadened access to COVID-19 relief to web-only news outlets.
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The suspects allegedly laundered the money by writing checks to relatives and fake employees. The checks were then cashed through a defendant's checking company.
Keith William Nicoletta faces up to 40 years in prison if convicted of the charges related to the money, which was meant to help businesses during the pandemic.
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand and Rep. Katie Porter propose a bill requiring lawmakers, Cabinet officials and their families to disclose when they apply for federal funds.
The Trump administration has issued more than 5 million loans as part of federal economic relief for small businesses amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The government awarded rescue funds from the Paycheck Protection Program to tenants at a Trump office building.
The 15 donors gave Trump and the GOP $1.4 million this spring, in a process that critics say lacked basic transparency.
The Treasury secretary would like to skip compliance checks and automatically turn the loans into grants.
Millions of ordinary small business owners initially struggled to access emergency relief, raising questions about who got priority.
After lobbying for an exemption to what counts as a "small" business, Catholic dioceses and ministries were approved for at least 3,500 forgivable loans.
A group linked to well-known "big government" foe Grover Norquist got cash from the Paycheck Protection Program -- as did an Ayn Rand advocacy organization.
Larry Kudlow contradicted a promise made by Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin to disclose the companies that received billions in coronavirus relief loans.