After Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell killed the chances of a $2,000 stimulus check passing in the Senate, a third payment now appears to hang on Democrats winning the Georgia runoffs.
The Arkansas Republican explained in a statement why he opposes Congress objecting to certification of the 2020 election results.
Lawmakers from both parties stressed the need to pass a stimulus bill by the end of the year as Congress considers a $900 billion bipartisan proposal that does not include checks.
U.S. COVID-19 numbers are getting worse by the week and total deaths are projected to surpass 300,000 by the end of December before President-elect Joe Biden takes office.
As the president campaigned for the Republican candidates in Georgia, he continued to denounce the party's own officials in the state over his election defeat to President-elect Joe Biden.
President Donald Trump's lawyer is infected with COVID-19 and reportedly in hospital after traveling to several states and meeting with lawmakers about the 2020 election.
The RNC and Trump officials are accused of violating the Hatch Act during the RNC, including the use of government property for political purposes.
The Democratic 2020 candidate, on course to win the election, is promising tax rises on corporates and wealthy individuals.
When talking about another stimulus check, Mitch McConnell referenced "people who make about $40,000 or less."
The U.S. conducted military drills in the area over July 4th and Beijing said Washington had "ulterior motives" for doing so.
Mayor Kate Gallego of Phoenix said she asked for FEMA's help with community-based testing but the agency told her it is "moving away from that."
The conservative Fox News host told voters to force the Republican Party to change and work harder for middle class Americans.
The president had promised to campaign hard against Joe Biden on the Ukraine-Burisma issue. There is evidence it could work.
The president pushed for states to reopen their economies. Now, as COVID-19 cases spike, some are facing closures and lockdowns again.
While some economists are optimistic about a V-shaped recovery, millions of Americans continue to file new jobless claims, a big chunk of business closures are permanent, and COVID-19 cases are spiking in some areas.
The research is the first to examine public health fears that the U.S. protests would accelerate the spread of the new coronavirus.
The U.S. Ambassador to the U.K. confirmed that an American man was killed in the Reading terror attack. The victim was named by CBS Philly as Joe Ritchie-Bennett.
A tool that models event risk during the coronavirus pandemic predicts with near certainty that infected people will attend President Donald Trump's rally in Oklahoma.
Republicans suggest that another stimulus bill, including potentially a second check, will not come to fruition in the Senate until next month.
The president shared a tweet by the Utah senator telling a reporter he joined the White House march in Washington D.C. to "make sure that people understand that black lives matter."
The U.S. is taking flak worldwide for racism in light of the latest black lives matter protests. But some of that criticism is coming from states that oppress minorities.
Giuliani, who was New York City mayor for two terms, also dismissed the idea that police are out of control as "totally crazy."
The president's net approval rating is firmly in negative territory just five months before the 2020 election.
The economy was the jewel in President Donald Trump's re-election campaign. With a successful reopening, it might be once again. But there are major risks and the recovery will likely be slower than first thought.
President Donald Trump excoriated the WHO and its director-general in a letter about the agency's response to COVID-19 and handling of China. Here, Newsweek adds more context to the letter.
Millions of people will receive a prepaid debit card loaded with their stimulus funds instead of a paper check in the mail.
The Treasury Department said it is sending out prepaid Economic Independence Payment debit cards to almost four million Americans still waiting for their stimulus checks.
The Bankrate.com research looked at the state of household finances in the U.S. during what is set to be one of the deepest recessions on record.
The Senate majority leader made the comments during a live interview with the Trump 2020 campaign.
New York Rep. Hakeem Jeffries urged the federal government to show "maximum transparency" about its stimulus loan program to support small companies with their payroll costs.