The New York Democrat has raised more than $17 million in the race for her House seat.
The Justice Department should vigorously pursue what the House report on monopolization in Big Tech recommended: structural breakups.
The Speaker of the House said she is "optimistic" about negotiations, noting that "we've been back and forth on all of this."
"We need relief now. Not in February. Not in December," Representative Ilhan Omar of Minnesota said.
"Now is the time for us to come together," wrote Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows.
The House of Representatives passed its latest economic relief bill, known as the HEROES Act 2.0, last week.
The New York congresswoman then said that the president testing positive for the virus was also a reminder that the guidelines and safety protocol for the virus must be taken seriously.
An updated version of the Democrats' proposal again passed the House of Representatives, though it looks set to face pushback in the Senate.
The measure includes a second round of $1,200 stimulus checks and extended $600 weekly unemployment benefits.
The measure was adopted in a 397-5 bipartisan vote—with Florida Rep. Matt Gaetz, Texas Rep. Louie Gohmert, Louisiana Rep. Clay Higgins, Iowa Rep. Steve King, and Kentucky Rep. Thomas Massie voting against the resolution.
"For many Senate Republicans, it will be the top line figure, regardless of the content," Senator Mike Braun of Indiana said.
For Democrats running for the House in districts with large college communities, student votes and volunteers can be a critical path to victory. Remote learning under COVID has changed that dynamic—and has some candidates worried about the outcome.
Rep. Val Demings spoke about the possibility of impeachment and court packing as ways to prevent Trump from appointing a new Supreme Court justice.
When Republican Leader Kevin McCarthy and the House Republicans unveiled their Commitment to America agenda this week, they were operating in the best tradition of the modern House GOP.
Democratic Rep. Mark Takano of California called the Republicans "disgraceful" and accused Trump of "fueling racism."
Only 1 percent of bills have become law during the 116th Congress, a historic low from the average 3 to 4 percent.
The House Foreign Affairs Committee released correspondence which it says shows the State Department's attempts to redact civilian casualties information from a report into arms sale to three Gulf states.
"There is a compromise if the speaker [of the House] is willing to move forward," Steven Mnuchin said.
Florida Democrat Donna Shalala, the oldest woman elected as a freshman to the House, mocks Trump's latest Obamacare move, downplays the power of the Squad and waxes nostalgic about an old foe named Rush.
A supporter of the QAnon conspiracy theory has won her House primary in Massachusetts after facing no challenger.
"It looks like they don't want to share the information, they're covering up information," Senator Angus King said.
"We welcome the White House back to the negotiating table, but they must meet us halfway," a Pelosi spokesperson told Newsweek.
In the 2018 midterm elections, Democrats turned a lot of red Congressional seats blue. This year, the voters in eight of those districts could decide the outcome of the presidential election.
Meanwhile, unemployment remains at historic levels as a growing number of Americans struggle to get enough food.
"I now have to save my entire [unemployment] paycheck just to get by and pay my bills," a New York resident told Newsweek.
"These policy announcements provide little real help to families," Democratic leaders said.
"The speaker of the House and the Democratic Leader are continuing to say 'our way or the highway,'" Senate Majority Leader McConnell said Monday.
"Given the deteriorating economy, the final agreement needs to end up closer to the House proposal than the Senate's," Moody's Analytics wrote in its weekly market outlook report.
Gohmert, a U.S. representative from Texas who had avoided wearing a face mask, recently said he has tested positive for the coronavirus.
Dr. Anthony Fauci is expected to discuss the "urgent need" for a national COVID-19 response during a House subcommittee hearing on Friday morning.