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Trump Signs $2.2T Stimulus after Swift Congressional Votes

Trump Signs $2.2T Stimulus after Swift Congressional Votes

By Andrew Taylor, Alan Fram, and Darlene Superville | Mar 28
President Donald Trump signed an unprecedented $2.2 trillion economic rescue package into law after swift and near-unanimous action by Congress.

Congress' Relief Bill Would Vastly Expand Unemployment Aid

Congress' Relief Bill Would Vastly Expand Unemployment Aid

By Alexandra Olson, Christopher Rugaber, and Cathy Bussewitz | Mar 27
With record-high numbers of Americans seeking unemployment benefits after losing their jobs because of the coronavirus, Congress is set to significantly enhance the program.

Trump Has Megaphone, but States Control Virus Shutdowns

Trump Has Megaphone, but States Control Virus Shutdowns

By Mark Sherman | Mar 27
President Donald Trump has the biggest megaphone, but it's governors and local officials who will decide when to begin reopening their economies.

Rural America Watches Pandemic Erupt in Cities As Fear Grows

Rural America Watches Pandemic Erupt in Cities As Fear Grows

By Gillian Flaccus | Mar 27
But as the pandemic spreads through the U.S., those living in rural areas are also increasingly threatened.

'Not Forgotten': UK Unveils Big New Scheme for Self-Employed

'Not Forgotten': UK Unveils Big New Scheme for Self-Employed

By Pan Pylas | Mar 27
The British government unveiled another massive income support scheme on Thursday, this time for the 5 million-or-so self-employed people, many of whom face financial ruin.

U.S. Cases Now Most in World

U.S. Cases Now Most in World

By Yanan Wang | Mar 27
The U.S. passed China with more than 85,000 cases, and Italy also exceeded 80,000, the three countries together accounting for almost half of the world's infections from the new virus.

'The Whole City Laid Off': U.S. Jobless Claims Climb Sky High

'The Whole City Laid Off': U.S. Jobless Claims Climb Sky High

By Rebecca Santana and David A. Lieb | Mar 26
U.S. Department of Labor figures to be released Thursday are expected to shatter the old record for the greatest number of new unemployment claims filed in a single week.

Highlights of Congress' Massive Virus Economic Relief Plan

Highlights of Congress' Massive Virus Economic Relief Plan

By Alan Fram | Mar 26
The package, written by Trump administration officials and Democratic and Republican Senate leaders, was released late Wednesday night and unanimously approved by the Senate.

Many Businesses Cautious About Restarting Economy Amid Virus

Many Businesses Cautious About Restarting Economy Amid Virus

By Michelle R. Smith | Mar 26
President Donald Trump wants the country open for business by mid-April, but some experts warn that consumer confidence is likely to be in short supply for as long as coronavirus cases in the United States.

Trump's Easter Goal in War on Virus a Nod to Faith, Business

Trump's Easter Goal in War on Virus a Nod to Faith, Business

By Jill Colvin and Elana Schor | Mar 26
President Donald Trump's target date for easing coronavirus restrictions is another outstretched hand to a group he has long courted: Evangelical Christians.

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