House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin reportedly reached the agreement during a Tuesday phone call.
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Online directory Yelp said there was a spike in the disease in states where there had been an increase in consumer interest in pre-pandemic activities.
Awaken Church in San Diego is accused of breaching county orders by holding a large event on Wednesday, despite ban on indoor operations.
Closed food outlets should limit food sources for rodents, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has said.
Caught between being stuck at home and closed casinos, addicted gamblers may view the $1,200 stimulus check as a windfall to bet online.
"The impacts of COVID 19 no longer warrant the suspension of our constitutional rights," Sheriff Fortney wrote Tuesday.
Colorado Rep. Ken Buck blasted the $2 trillion stimulus relief package.
De Blasio joined dozens of state Democratic lawmakers in urging landlords to allow tenants to use security deposits in lieu of rent and other forms of payment forgiveness amid the coronavirus economic lockdown.
"This is going to take longer than Easter to overcome," Republican Governor Phil Scott said on Wednesday.
The U.S. exported $276.2 billion worth of products to Mexico to in 2017.
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Congress has "the power of the purse," the House speaker reminded European leaders during a visit to Brussels.
The last time "poor leadership" scored this high was during the government shutdown in 2013, when Barack Obama was president.
The MSNBC host said: "So what are those Republican senators going to say about that now?"
"Compassionate treatment at the border is not the same as open borders," Stacey Abrams said in her response to Trump's State of the Union address.
From air traffic controllers to teachers, public workers with the informal power not to work are becoming a new force in American politics.
Coulter also called Trump "lazy and incompetent."
"I was very disappointed in Paul because the wall was so desperately needed. And I'll get the wall," the president said.
Boehner said he blamed "talk radio people" and "goofballs on the right" for criticizing the president when he appeared to come close to agreeing on a spending bill with Republican leaders.
But Trump sent eight tweets within less than three hours Wednesday morning.
Nearly half of Americans said they trust Pelosi more than Trump "on issues that are important" to them.
800,000 federal employees were pawns in Trump's game of brinksmanship. But as 2020 looms large, more and more candidates are talking about giving greater power to the workers.
A pair of women married to U.S. Border Patrol agents sent a letter to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, inviting her to visit the Texas border with Mexico and see it firsthand, then understand why her opposition to a barrier was misguided.
"Just as collusion is not a crime, kissing the emperor's ass violates no federal law," Coulter tweeted.
After President Trump announced his decision, Fox's Lou Dobbs said House Speaker Nancy Pelosi "whipped the president of the United States."