White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow ripped Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden for pledging to raise the federal minimum wage to $15 per hour.
Joe Biden has pledged to not raise taxes on any American who earns less than $400,000, but a new analysis published this week found that the Democratic presidential nominee's tax increase proposals could indirectly fall on the middle class.
President Trump's senior economic adviser Larry Kudlow said Thursday that "significant policy differences" remain in coronavirus relief negotiations as White House officials and Democratic leaders struggle to strike a deal before the November election.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Thursday that Democrats and White House officials are drawing closer to striking a coronavirus relief deal, but negotiators have still not solved two of the most contentious issues: state and local funding and liability protections for businesses.
White House officials and Democratic leaders suggested this week that Congress may not pass a coronavirus relief deal until after the November election.
The number of Americans applying for state unemployment benefits remained historically high last week, a sign that layoffs are still hampering the U.S. economy's recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.
Senate Democrats on Wednesday blocked a vote on Republicans' $500 billion coronavirus relief bill, as House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and White House officials continue to negotiate on a broader aid package for families and businesses still reeling from the pandemic.
The agency called on the department to take precautions against malicious campaigns
Coronavirus relief negotiations have entered a "new phase," as Trump administration officials and Democratic leaders look to cut a deal on another round of emergency aid in the next 48 hours, White House chief of staff Mark Meadows said Wednesday.
The Small Business Administration in August started accepting applications to have PPP loans forgiven, and it began approving them this month. Here are some things to know.
Wealthy Americans living in New York, New Jersey and California could face one of the steepest tax rates in decades if Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden wins the November election.
The clock is running out for Democratic leaders and White House officials to strike a coronavirus relief deal after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi set a Tuesday deadline to deliver aid to Americans ahead of the November election.
President Trump said Tuesday that he would support a coronavirus relief package with an even bigger price tag than Democrats' $2.2 trillion proposal.
Joe Biden's economic agenda could destroy millions of American jobs and crush the nation's slow-but-steady recovery from the coronavirus pandemic, according to new projections from President Trump's former economists.
The chance of Congress passing a coronavirus relief deal before the November elections remains elusive as House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin continue to spar over how much money to inject into the pandemic-ravaged economy.
Atlanta Federal Reserve President Raphael Bostic said Sunday that he's "concerned" the road to recovery from the coronavirus pandemic may be uneven for different sectors of the U.S. economy.
The U.S. Department of Justice is reportedly likely to file its highly-anticipated antitrust suit against Google early next week with without the support of any Democratic state attorneys general.
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Senior White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow said Friday morning that it would be "almost impossible" to execute a coronavirus relief package before the November election, even if Congress overcame a months-long impasse and struck a deal.
For Americans who requested a tax deadline extension earlier this year, Thursday marks the final day to file 2019 income returns without a financial penalty.