Boeing and major U.S. carriers are struggling with the turmoil wrought by coronavirus and are pushing for lawmakers to bail them out.
Ocasio-Cortez criticized Trump's use of $28 billion in taxpayer money to rescue farmers from his ongoing trade war with China, saying it's never called "socialism" when billionaires are buying rural voters.
"These farmers are going to end in bankruptcy, and committing suicide and losing their farms and they're still talking about supporting the president," the president of the National Black Farmers Association said.
"While the aid package will help farmers pay their bills, this is not a long-term solution to the damages caused by lost markets," the Illinois Farm Bureau said.
The Trump administration announced a $12 billion emergency aid package for farmers caught in the middle of his ongoing and escalating trade wars with China, Europe, Canada and Mexico.
Prime Minister accused the IMF of coming up with "new demands for Greece; absurd, imaginary unreal."
Researchers conclude that congresspersons invested in bank stocks were far more likely to support the Wall Street rescue.
Soaring intergenerational inequality has hit the south the worst.
Neel Kashkari, a Goldman Sachs executive, called for Congress to take radical action to protect taxpayers.
A new movement formed by the former Greek Finance Minister seeks to bring power back to Europe's people.
The center-right modernizer could prove a challenging opponent for Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras
The Italian broadcaster said the production company negotiated the payment.
Meanwhile the Greek prime minister has landed in Russia.
Judge Thomas Wheeler said the government showed "unduly harsh treatment" of AIG compared to other institutions it bailed out.
Experts say that the last minute clamp down is too little too late.
Eurogroup says Athens's reforms are too optimistic, urges Greece to tackle issues of pensions and labour markets.
Athens is rushing to get the list ready before state coffers run empty, expected in a few weeks without more aid.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel stressed no money would be released before Athens implements budget measures and reforms.
The couple from Hamburg donated the money when they visited a town hall in Nafplio.
The Greek PM is optimistic they will find a solution and believes the problem lies with Europe.