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Bipartisan lawmakers propose $908 bln COVID-19 relief bill
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Several federal aid programs set to expire at the end of the monthAs Congress remains at a stalemate over a COVID-19 relief bill, several federal aid programs are set to expire at the end of the month. This could potentially..
Mnuchin, Powell push for more small business aid
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Live politics updates: Biden on COVID stimulus: 'Help is on the way'President-elect Joe Biden called on Congress to approve an economic stimulus plan. He also suggested that a package would be followed up.
As Trump Rages, Voters in a Key County Move On: ‘I’m Not Sweating It’Pre-election tensions ran high in Bucks County, Pa. But Biden supporters there are increasingly comfortable tuning President Trump out and moving on, with an eye..
What Biden can do to "reverse the trajectory" on climate changeIf President-elect Joe Biden has his way, the tide is about to turn on climate policy. But how much could he really do without Senate support?
What can Biden do on climate change if Republicans keep Senate majority?President-elect Joe Biden has said he plans to address climate change as soon as he takes office. But how much will he be able to actually do if the Georgia..
Barr Makes Durham a Special Counsel in a Bid to Entrench Scrutiny of the Russia InquiryThe move would leave the investigation into the Trump-Russia inquiry open when the Biden administration takes over.
Trump travel ban: 'I might finally see my sons again'A lorry driver who has never lived with his sons is waiting for Joe Biden to reverse Trump's travel ban.
Trump pardons: US justice department unveils bribery inquiryUS prosecutors investigate claims that lobbyists sought a presidential pardon by offering kickbacks.
Trump threatens defense bill veto over Big Tech
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Donald Trump omits coronavirus, mask wearing from White House Christmas invitationsIt's holiday party season at the White House, as Donald Trump's last Christmas as President of the United States fast approaches.Outgoing First Lady (and..
Trump teases 2024 run at White House Christmas partyUS President Donald Trump teased running again for president in 2024 as he hosted a holiday reception at the White House today."It's been an amazing four years,"..
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