With a standalone bill that would allow $2,000 stimulus checks apparently dead in the Senate, could President Donald Trump sign an executive order that would allow the higher direct payments to reach Americans?
"The executive order stymied diversity and anti-racism training efforts outside of federal agencies as well," read a Tuesday letter from the House Committee on Oversight and Reform.
According to the White House, the order directs the Secretary of Health and Human Services to provide priority access to COVID-19 vaccines to Americans.
Biden said he will issue a mask mandate for all federal buildings, planes, trains and buses during his first 100 days in office.
"Because the virus is so pervasive, it may be very difficult if not impossible to prove that the illness is work-related," North Carolina Department of Labor Commissioner Cherie Berry wrote.
GOP Governor Doug Burgum said religious services were a "common sense" exception while announcing a new state-wide mask requirement Friday night.
The governor's latest order advised residents to "only leave your home if it's absolutely necessary" and warned against gatherings with those outside their household.
Joe Biden campaigned on an ambitious political agenda that included progressive proposals on immigration, health care, climate change and criminal justice reform. But the prospect of a split Congress, led by Republican Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, puts those goals at risk.
The woman reportedly attempted to steal a bag of chips after the employee asked her to either leave the shop or wear a mask.
The president's executive order bans federally-funded staff from providing training that promotes stereotyping based on gender or race.
In a lengthy Twitter thread, actor William Jackson Harper called out the order for censoring some difficult aspects of American history.
"Americans should be taught to take PRIDE in our Great Country," President Donald Trump tweeted, "and if you don't, there's nothing in it for you!"
Trump said his administration would do "everything in its power to prevent weak mayors and lawless cities from taking Federal dollars while they let anarchists harm people, burn buildings, and ruin lives and businesses."
"Kentuckians cannot be healthy at home without a home," state Governor Andy Beshear said on Monday.
An executive order issued by President Donald Trump on Friday forces TikTok's Chinese owners to sell the app's U.S. interests and destroy data it has collected from users within 90 days.
The White House COVID-19 Task Force "strongly recommends" a statewide mask mandate be adopted in Georgia, according to a new report.
The president criticized Nebraska Senator Ben Sasse on Twitter Monday morning, two days after the state lawmaker spoke out against Trump's pandemic relief orders.
"These policy announcements provide little real help to families," Democratic leaders said.
After signing his recent executive orders, the president said, "I plan to forgive these taxes and make permanent cuts to the payroll tax."
"Trump announced that if he is re-elected he will permanently defund Social Security," Senator Bernie Sanders warned.
The House Speaker and Senate Minority Leader both warned that President Donald Trump's Saturday executive actions won't work and ultimately take money from workers, Social Security and Medicare.
"President Trump does not have the power to unilaterally rewrite the payroll tax law," GOP Senator Ben Sasse said.
President Donald Trump signed several executive orders Saturday which extend payroll cuts and a moratorium on evictions, as well as diverting funds to provide $400 in weekly enhanced unemployment benefits.
"This mobile application may also be used for disinformation campaigns...such as when TikTok videos spread debunked conspiracy theories about the origins of the novel coronavirus," the order read.
Negotiations on a bipartisan have faltered, with both sides indicating there has been a struggle to reach a compromise.
The president issued an executive order which could ban the app in the United States, citing concerns over data collection.
President Donald Trump issued two orders banning popular apps TikTok and WeChat Thursday night, arguing that "data collection threatens to allow the Chinese Communist Party access to Americans' personal and proprietary information."
President Donald Trump is expected to sign an executive order while visiting Ohio, that would require the federal government to purchase certain drugs from American manufacturers. More than 70 percent of drug ingredients supplied to the U.S. are from oversea companies.
The president's executive order on illegal immigration and the Census is just.
Kentucky has seen several spikes in coronavirus cases throughout most of the outbreak.