If a third stimulus check is based on a person's most recent tax return, making more or less money in 2020 could change how much a person receives.
Two proposals in California would send stimulus checks to immigrants left out of federal relief. One has payments at $600 and one boosts stimulus checks to $1,800.
At least 60 House lawmakers have signed a resolution to expel the Georgia Republican from Congress.
Less than a month after rioters stormed the federal building, members of Congress are seeking guidance on when they can use campaign funds for security measures.
The House Rules Committee is seeking to remove the new congresswoman from her positions on the House Education & Labor Committee and the House Budget Committee as early as Wednesday.
Sterling said the Democrats will continue to give the congresswoman "every opportunity to speak and be heard and look crazy" to help paint their picture of what it means to be Republican.
Kamala Harris supported recurring payments, and restaurant owner Stephanie Bodin, a creator of a Change.org petition, called for people to maintain pressure on legislators.
Ten Republican lawmakers will meet with Biden on Monday afternoon to pitch their scaled-back proposal for economic relief—a $600 billion bill that is roughly one-third of the president's.
While few Americans have gone untouched by the COVID-19 pandemic, it is undeniable that its economic impacts have not affected us all equally.
Following her conversation with Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, the mother of a Parkland shooting victim said the congresswoman valued "lies and conspiracy theories" over "honesty."
The military seized control early on Monday and announced a year-long state of emergency, accusing the civilian leadership of electoral fraud in the November election.
President Joe Biden has said he's open to negotiate the specifics of who will be able to receive another stimulus check.
Greene supported conspiracy theories about deadly school shootings in comments before running for Congress.
McCarthy is under pressure to remove Greene from her committee assignments following damaging revelations.
Rep. Stephen Lynch (D-Mass.) announced Friday that he had tested positive for COVID-19 over a week after completing a full course of Pfizer/BioNTech's COVID-19 vaccine.
"I don't necessarily know that providing $2,000 on a monthly basis would necessarily be the right approach at this stage," the chief U.S. economist at Oxford Economics told Newsweek.
President Joe Biden spent his first week in office signing executive orders and memorandums on priority issues, including climate change, LGBT rights, the economy and health care.
In a video shared to Twitter on Thursday, the "Shark Tank" judge also offers to collaborate with the congresswoman on selling the merchandise.
If Trump created a third party, it could help the Republican incumbents during the primary but spell trouble in the general election.
"Once a member is placed on a standing committee, the party leadership can't actually remove that member just from that committee—at least not until there is a new Congress," American University professor Andrew Ballard told Newsweek.
Democrats are not ruling out a procedural move that would allow them to pass another massive coronavirus aid package without support from their Republican colleagues, but the White House says President Joe Biden still prefers a bipartisan measure.
Senate Democrats have reintroduced a bill that would grant statehood to the district, giving residents a voice in Congress for the first time.
Democrats need to "walk and chew gum" at the same time and deliver on promises to curb the pandemic and move an agenda that meaningfully affects communities of color.
The president already has spent recent days signing executive actions on the environment, racial equity, the economy, and other matters in recent days.
Former President Donald Trump told his supporters to "primary the hell" out of conservative lawmakers who did not object to the Electoral College certification.
Rep. Jared Golden (D-Maine) and other members of the moderate Problem Solvers Caucus hope that a compromise version of President Joe Biden's $1.9 trillion COVID-19 stimulus package can find bipartisan agreement.
Biden and Democratic leaders in Congress want more money and programs, but GOP lawmakers have balked at the legislation's massive price tag.
Eliminating the controversial Senate rule would greatly help push the Biden administration's agenda forward.
"I'm not sure it's the smartest thing to do," Rep. John Yarmuth of Kentucky told Politico.