Unemployment programs used by about 14 million people expired early Sunday as President Trump opted not to sign into law a massive $900 million coronavirus relief bill that Congress had overwhelmingly passed.
The 2020 election cycle has smashed all records for costs.
Spending on the 2020 election is set to obliterate all previous records at nearly $11 billion, according to new campaign finance data released Thursday.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi Thursday denied getting an earful from moderate Democrats who want a narrow coronavirus bill passed before Election Day.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Sen. Chuck Schumer Tuesday called on Republicans to pass legislation to restart an eviction moratorium and funnel $175 billion housing assistance programs to help Americans stay in their homes during the coronavirus pandemic.
The White House threatened to veto emergency legislation the House is slated to pass Saturday that would infuse the United States Postal Service with $25 billion and reverse cost-cutting measures that have slowed down mail delivery.
Just days after bypassing Congress and issuing four executive actions on coronavirus relief, President Trump is weighing another potential executive order to target capital gains taxes, Fox Business has learned.
President Trump and the Republican National Committee have built up a solid infrastructure to reach voters directly that the recent clampdown on Trump by social media giants Facebook and Twitter will not their halt efforts to mobilize supporters for the 2020 election, one GOP official told Fox News.
Sen. Josh Hawley wants Microsoft to ensure TikTok severs all ties with its Chinese parent company ByteDance and the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) during any potential purchase of the popular video app.
White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows says Democratic leadership rejected four GOP offers, including a one-week extension of the supplemental $600-per-week federal jobless benefit.