"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.
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.
Lawmakers called on the Senate to return for a vote on emergency funding for the U.S. Postal Service and COVID-19 stimulus talks.
"It's going to be closer than anybody thought it would be," one Republican strategist told Newsweek.
If the senator becomes vice president later this year, the race for her vacated seat in the Senate will be crowded.
"These policy announcements provide little real help to families," Democratic leaders said.
Matt Lieberman, the son of the former vice presidential nominee, self-published a book containing uses of the N-word and the main character being positive toward members of the KKK.
Based on polling, the contest is still too close to call, according to Quinnipiac University.
"We're not going to just keep on coming back every day if we can't get to a deal," said U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin.
"It's an uphill swim. I don't think it's impossible," one strategist told Newsweek. "But [James] needs a lot of things to fall in the right places for him and some of that is just outside of his control."
Republicans have recently indicated they are now willing to negotiate the amount of the payments to secure a deal.
The investment by the mysterious Sunflower State PAC—a suspected Democrat funding arm—into the Republican race didn't pay off.
The election surveys from the state tend to favor Republican nominee Roger Marshall, but the contest could still be close.
Senator Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) was shown in a statistical tie with his Democratic challenger Jaime Harrison.
Senator McSally is expected to defeat challenger Daniel McCarthy during Tuesday's primary.
A new poll released on Tuesday found that the incumbent South Carolina senator was only 1 point ahead of his challenger.
"The speaker of the House and the Democratic Leader are continuing to say 'our way or the highway,'" Senate Majority Leader McConnell said Monday.
"The amount of money being poured into the race really indicates just how important it is, not just for Kansans but for the national parties as well," one expert told Newsweek.
Recent polling data suggests support for the Senate Majority Leader is mixed among voters, with responses collected in Kentucky showing more favorable opinions than those collected in other states.
There is a lot at stake in Kansas' GOP Senate primary.
"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.
Jaime Harrison said the Republican senator was at risk of being unseated in South Carolina over his stance on the president.
AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka said the GOP proposal "directs money to people who don't need it and takes money away from people who do need it."
Republicans in the Senate have proposed slashing the extra federal benefit to $200 per week.
"If you've lost your job through no fault of your own, Republicans want you to take a 30% pay cut. Can you believe that?" Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer tweeted.
A series of new swing state polls showed Republican Senators in real danger of losing their seats at the November elections.