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The former chair of the Federal Reserve made the suggestion during a conference call with House Democrats on how the coronavirus pandemic is hurting the economy.
The IRS will start direct deposits of the economic impact payment into millions of Americans' accounts as the coronavirus pandemic wears on.
The secretary of state's comments come after President Donald Trump appeared to downplay reports of coronavirus propaganda, saying "every country does it."
The global economy is also on course for its worst year since the end of the Second World War, Capital Economics said.
As China begins to relax some of its coronavirus-related restrictions, a senior World Health Organization official said the risk has not gone away.
Medical workers across the U.S. say they are in desperately short supply of protective equipment such as masks as they grapple with the coronavirus pandemic.
Academics in Israel suggested balancing public health and economic concerns with a mixed week of work and lockdown days, but other experts have serious doubts.
The poll also found the number of people who fear their family catching the new coronavirus is higher than in previous epidemics.
The new poll also said it is the first time disapproval of President Donald Trump's performance has been lower than approval.
The federal government is lined up to borrow and spend trillions of dollars to combat the economic crisis triggered by the coronavirus pandemic.
Despite criticism over the Trump administration's response to the COVID-19 outbreak, Americans' views of the president are improving.
The CUNY Graduate School of Public Health & Health Policy survey shows how unemployment is affecting NYC's residents.
The U.S. economy is on the cusp of a deep recession as millions of workers are laid off because of the coronavirus crisis.
In Virginia, one struggling restaurant owner faces losing his business because of the coronavirus pandemic, but he is doing what he can to help the staff he had to lay off.
The coronavirus pandemic is triggering job losses and 1 million people could be laid off in April alone, a former White House economist warned.
Millions of households are braced for a sudden loss of income as President Donald Trump admits that there "may be" a recession because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Hopes are now pinned on fiscal policy to soften the blow of a deep recession caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
The president is a keen watcher of stock markets and has made a point of noting record highs. Now they are in sharp decline during an election year.
Banks told Newsweek they have no new coronavirus policies on mortgage forbearance, but there are existing options available to any of those struggling financially because of the health emergency.
President Donald Trump's administration has faced criticism for the sluggish pace of testing potential coronavirus cases and the economy is also facing a potential downturn.
To offset the economic damage caused by the coronavirus, President Donald Trump touted a "very substantial" cut to payroll tax as part of a plan set to be unveiled.
The Capital Economics global economist said that if the coronavirus situation worsens then corporate debt issues could reach a "tipping-point."
New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, who has endorsed Senator Bernie Sanders, said she would back Joe Biden if he wins the nomination and wants others to do the same regardless of who wins.
The former vice president is ahead of the Vermont senator in Missouri, a poll shows, but his lead is within the margin of error.
The Dow Jones, S&P and Nasdaq correction reflects investors re-assessing the potential economic damage caused by the coronavirus.
The 2020 polls show Bernie Sanders leading President Donald Trump nationally, but how reliable are they months out from an election?
One economist warned that if the coronavirus becomes a pandemic the world could face a recession as deep as the one during the 2008 financial crisis.
The Conference Board's Consumer Confidence Survey released its first monthly report since the end of President Donald Trump's impeachment trial in the U.S. Senate.
The billionaire former New York City mayor has pumped $463.8 million into his self-funded campaign so far.