Senate Democrats are awaiting a key decision that would determine whether a $15 minimum wage can be included in the final package.
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Pandemic-related expenses still pose a risk to governments, but tax revenues have largely outperformed, the Fed chair said Wednesday.
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The economy isn't yet ready to "take off" and most Americans still need fiscal support, the Senate Banking Committee Chairman said.
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Romney has been a vocal critic of Trump and the lone GOP senator to vote to convict Trump on impeachment charges twice.
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Romney said a New York Times DealBook event that he finds the bill troubling "because there's a lot of stuff in there that's just simply wasteful."
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Senate intelligence committee hears ideas in light of SolarWinds disaster The private sector should be legally obliged to disclose any major hacks of their systems, says Microsoft’s president and top lawyer Brad Smith.…
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We still don't know the full picture of how the hackers breached so many targets, say company heads from SolarWinds, Microsoft and FireEye.
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The path ahead for a $15 minimum wage increase is jeopardized by the lack of support from several key Democratic senators such as Joe Manchin.
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The recent jump in bond yields suggests investors are also betting on a "robust and ultimately complete recovery," Powell told senators on Tuesday.
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Microsoft's president said evidence points to Russia, where officials suspect the attack originated.
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Perdue declined a 2022 run against Democratic Sen. Raphael Warnock just days after filing federal paperwork to explore a potential candidacy.
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The Texas Attorney General and his wife, state Sen. Angela Paxton, skipped town the same day that US. Sen. Ted Cruz and his family left to Cancun.
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"This nation will smile again. This nation will know sunny days again. This nation will know joy again," Biden said.
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Garland emphasized his commitment to staying apolitical and said investigating the Capitol insurrection will be his biggest priority if confirmed.
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President Joe Biden said on Monday he was open to hearing ideas about reducing the size of the package. Republicans oppose it as too costly.
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Merrick Garland said at his Senate confirmation hearing he would "supervise the prosecution of white supremacists and others who stormed the Capitol."
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The USA Today/Suffolk University poll results suggest a party divided between establishment GOP and Trump supporters.
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Biden's changes to the PPP loan rules are designed to ensure smaller companies aren't left behind financially, the White House said.
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"It is a really a negative mark on this country that we have kept minimum wages so low for so long," economist Ben Zipperer told Insider.
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"Raising the minimum wage to $15 an hour is not 'incidental' to the federal budget and is permissible under the rules of reconciliation," he said.
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