By Lisa Mascaro, Associated Press
Unemployment assistance, eviction protections and other relief for millions of Americans are at stake as White House officials launch negotiations with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on a new coronavirus aid package that's teetering in Congress.
By Associated Press
GOP senators and Trump are at odds over priorities, and Democrats say the Republican plans are not nearly enough to stem the health crisis, reopen schools and extend aid to jobless Americans.
By Lisa Mascaro, Andrew Taylor, Associated Press
The White House has reluctantly dropped a bid to cut Social Security payroll taxes as Republicans unveil a $1 trillion COVID-19 rescue package on Thursday, ceding to opposition to the idea among top Senate allies.
Nursing homes have borne a disproportionate share of the death toll in the coronavirus pandemic.
At stake is funds to re-open schools, prop up small businesses, boost virus testing and keep cash flowing to Americans as the virus crisis worsens.
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer slammed his Republican counterpart Sen. Mitch McConnell, along with President Donald Trump over the new virus aid package that is stalled in the GOP-led Senate.
New lawmakers are arriving on Capitol Hill, but the 113th Congress won't be starting with a clean slate. Judy Woodruff reports on unfinished business and challenges ahead for Congress and House Speaker John Boehner.
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