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Supreme Court rules against Trump in 2 landmark cases about his taxes and financial records


'An essential tool:' 156 top economists call for recurring stimulus checks until the economy recovers from the coronavirus pandemic


More than 300 law professors urge Congress to address police impunity



Tim Cook, Mark Zuckerberg, Jeff Bezos, and Sundar Pichai will all testify before Congress in an antitrust hearing


Giving people free money has kept 12 million people out of poverty and given the economy a crucial boost


The $600 federal bump in unemployment benefits will end a week earlier than expected for millions of Americans



Trump supports another round of stimulus checks, but Republicans are extremely split on sending more government cash to people


A top Trump economic adviser says the next wave of stimulus checks should go to 'people who lost their jobs and are most in need'


NYC rapper Paperboy Prince could become the first nonbinary candidate to win a primary bid for Congress


Trump reportedly supports sending another wave of $1,200 stimulus checks because he believes it will help him win reelection


'Everyone should be worried': A top Trump economic adviser set to leave the White House issued some ominous parting words


Progressive Democrats are making a play to sweep 4 hotly contested US House seats in New York next week



Florida Rep. Matt Gaetz reveals he lives with a 19-year-old Cuban immigrant whom he calls his son


A bipartisan group of top economists are proposing to enact up to $400 in additional weekly unemployment benefits past the end of July


Mark Zuckerberg and Sundar Pichai are reportedly willing to testify before Congress over antitrust concerns on the condition that Jeff Bezos and Tim Cook testify as well


Former Fed Chairs Ben Bernanke and Janet Yellen signed a letter with 130 top economists imploring Congress to prevent 'prolonged suffering and stunted economic growth'



At least 4 members of Congress benefited from loans under the $670 billion small business aid program


Jeff Bezos is willing to testify before Congress after Amazon resisted making him available to address antitrust concerns


Here are 10 of the country's top activists and lawmakers' ideas for police reform in America


The national debt tops $26 trillion for the first time as the federal government ramps up coronavirus relief spending