A dispute over bailout money for farmers complicated talks on a stopgap bill to extend funding until Dec. 11.

A wide array of political, legal and financial headaches troubled the U.S. Postal Service in March and April, foreshadowing a summer of upheaval, nearly 10,000 pages of emails, memos and other private agency documents show.

Business chiefs point to action from promoting voting to confronting climate change.


The central bank chief suggested among others, state and local governments need relief.

The unemployment projections offer a snapshot into how Fed leaders think the economy will fare. But there is plenty the estimates do not account for.

They expect an extended fight over the outcome to drag on stocks.

Pelosi's comments come amid mounting pressure for new action after talks on coronavirus relief stalled last month.

'In order to get to a discussion about the economy, there has to be a sense that the pandemic is under control,” said GOP pollster David Winston.

Biden's former rival says bashing Trump isn't enough. Biden's camp appears to agree.

The Lost Wages Assistance Program appears to be running its course, just a few weeks after it took effect.

Finger-pointing has replaced negotiating on Capitol Hill while nearly 30 million rely on unemployment aid.

Democrats and one Republican voted to block coronavirus relief bill; prospects dim for restarting bipartisan talks on additional stimulus.

The labor market remains badly damaged by the coronavirus pandemic.

The unanswered question is whether tweaking the program can give it wider reach, or if direct aid from Congress is needed to plug the holes.

Several large pharmacies told Democratic Sens. Elizabeth Warren and Robert P. Casey that delivery times have ticked up, leading to a flood of customer complaints.

Republicans and Democrats are digging in as the economic recovery shows new signs of faltering.

Unlike some in the private sector, federal employees have little choice under the directive signed by President Trump earlier this year. They will see slightly larger paychecks starting in September only to be forced to pay perhaps twice as much in taxes at the beginning of 2021.

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