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As U.S. Senate mulls House coronavirus bill, Schumer proposes $750 bln in new spending

3:42pm EDT

WASHINGTON As the U.S. Senate grappled over what to do with a wide-ranging coronavirus economic stimulus bill passed by the House of Representatives on Saturday, Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer on Monday urged an additional $750 billion to address the growing crisis.

U.S. House passes coronavirus bill funding free tests, sick leave

Mar 14 2020

WASHINGTON The U.S. House of Representatives overwhelmingly passed a coronavirus aid package early on Saturday that would provide free testing and paid sick leave, in a bid to limit the economic damage from a pandemic that has shuttered schools, sports arenas and offices. | Video

As coronavirus disrupts American life, Congress scrambles to agree on aid plan

Mar 13 2020

WASHINGTON/NEW YORK, March 13 As a worsening coronavirus outbreak tore deeper into the fabric of American public life on Friday, Democratic lawmakers and the Trump administration closed in on an aid package to shield the U.S. economy from the ravages of the global pandemic.

U.S. lawmakers near deal with White House on coronavirus aid bill

Mar 12 2020

WASHINGTON U.S. lawmakers and the White House neared agreement on a coronavirus economic aid package, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said on Thursday, adding she hoped to announce a deal on Friday.

Partisan battle erupts in U.S. Congress over coronavirus response

Mar 12 2020

WASHINGTON, March 12 The U.S. Congress on Thursday struggled to pass legislation to help Americans cope with the expanding coronavirus crisis, as Democrats planned to push ahead with a wide-ranging bill that Republicans branded as "unworkable."

'We are the last to leave': Pelosi resists closing Congress amid coronavirus crisis

Mar 10 2020

WASHINGTON U.S. lawmakers rejected on Tuesday the idea of shutting down Congress as the highly contagious coronavirus spreads in the United States, conscious of the need to show calm in the face of the unfolding public health crisis.

'We are the last to leave': Pelosi resists closing Congress amid coronavirus crisis

Mar 10 2020

WASHINGTON U.S. lawmakers rejected on Tuesday the idea of shutting down Congress as the highly contagious coronavirus spreads in the United States, conscious of the need to show calm in the face of the unfolding public health crisis.

Romney to support subpoena in Senate probe of Hunter Biden

Mar 06 2020

WASHINGTON U.S. Senator Mitt Romney will vote to allow a subpoena in a Senate Republican investigation of Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden's businessman son, Hunter Biden, his office said on Friday. | Video

Romney says U.S. Senate Republican probe of Biden appears political

Mar 05 2020

WASHINGTON U.S. Senator Mitt Romney, the lone Republican to vote to convict President Donald Trump of abuse of power following his impeachment, said on Thursday a Senate Republican investigation of Democratic presidential front-runner Joe Biden appeared politically motivated.

U.S. Congress approves, sends to Trump $8.3 billion to fight coronavirus

Mar 05 2020

WASHINGTON The U.S. Senate on Thursday passed and sent to President Donald Trump an $8.3 billion funding bill to help state and local governments combat the spreading coronavirus, as public health experts outlined efforts to rapidly accelerate testing for the disease.

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