The end of pandemic unemployment benefits will cut weekly checks by $300 for some and, for the majority of people, end their benefits entirely.
This could be the end of U.S. public transit as we know it. Whether that will be a good or bad thing depends on what happens next.
But don't get excited: It would be much smaller than the first time. And then there's the unemployment cuts.
The Vermont senator also has something to say about liability protections for corporations.
The U.S. has 30,000 more people hospitalized for COVID than it did at the peak
Without another pandemic stimulus package, the holidays could look bleak for many Americans.
An estimated 12 million people will lose their benefits the day after Christmas—and they're angry.
Uber and Lyft have deployed scores of lobbyists and spent record amounts of money to lobby the federal government this year, according to a report by Open Secrets.
Mass evictions could be enormously destabilizing for communities of color, experts and housing advocates warn.
Lack of access to bank accounts and the internet were key factors.
Through persistent lobbying on Capitol Hill, the Church was able to bypass the 500-worker limit on the coronavirus-relief loans primarily meant for small businesses.