Without another pandemic stimulus package, the holidays could look bleak for many Americans.
Nancy Pelosi and Steven Mnunchin haven't agreed on a deal yet, and Mitch McConnell reportedly won't support one before the election anyway.
Trump appears to have doomed the prospect of more $1,200 stimulus checks and a return of the $600 weekly unemployment benefit until after the election.
Housing advocates warn of a huge crisis if Congress doesn't come through soon with significant and sustained financial assistance.
But the right wing of the party is really not pleased.
Lack of access to bank accounts and the internet were key factors.
“If Congress does not extend these benefits, it’s safe to say that poverty rates will increase in the second half of the year.”
Let's face it: the dead don't even pay rent.
Without a bailout from the government, the USPS could run out of cash as early as this summer.
Meet the Warren-Supporting Republican Who Could Be Put in Charge of Policing Coronavirus Bailout Funds
Sheila Bair, a lifelong Republican who backed Warren’s presidential run, has emerged as a top candidate to chair the new Congressional Oversight Commission watchdog group, created by the $2.2 trillion CARES Act.
Some People Who Got Stimulus Checks Aren't Thrilled About the Trump Campaign Letter That Came With It
Unhappy recipients of the letter took to social media to mock it.
The Trump Administration Accidentally Sent Stimulus Checks to Dead People, and Now It Wants Them Back
Meanwhile, many people who are very much alive are still waiting for their $1,200 economic impact payments.