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Several GOP senators said on Tuesday that they are holding behind-the-scenes talks with rank-and-file Democrats about how to break the stalemate on a fifth coronavirus relief package. 
Senators holding behind-the-scenes talks on breaking coronavirus package stalemate | TheHill

White House chief of staff Mark Meadows said Sunday that he is “not optimistic there will be a solution in the very near term” on negotiations on another coronavirus relief package.
Meadows: 'I'm not optimistic there will be a solution in the very near term' on coronavirus package | TheHill

WHAT? Adrian88 posts a FOX comment?
Yop. and of course ONLY to destroy it. For once this is not directly about the Idiot himself, but still a precise example why (most of) Fox news is not journalism at all but a propganda station good ole Joseph Goebbels would have LOVED.
Apple leapfrogs Saudi Aramco now world's biggest company | Fox Business

The Senate on Thursday rejected two competing proposals for coronavirus relief as the deadline for extending enhanced unemployment benefits looms and Congress struggles to break an impasse over a fifth stimulus bill.
Senate rejects dueling coronavirus bills as unemployment cliff looms | TheHill

The criticism from Lowey and other Democrats indicate that billions more for weapons programs will likely be a source of friction.
‘Ships don’t feed hungry children’: Democrats blast weapons spending in Senate GOP stimulus - POLITICO

Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) and Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) on Monday accused President Trump of self-dealing in pressing Senate Republicans to include in their coronavirus relief proposal $1.75 billion to rebuild the FBI headquarters on Pennsylvania Avenue in downtown Washington.
Pelosi, Schumer accuse Trump of self-dealing with money for FBI headquarters | TheHill

Senate Republicans are proposing to reduce the expanded $600 weekly unemployment benefit as part of their forthcoming coronavirus relief plan.  
Senate GOP proposes cutting unemployment benefits in coronavirus relief plan | TheHill

Two Senate Republicans are pushing to extend stimulus checks in the next coronavirus relief package to almost 2 million Americans who were excluded from the initial round.
GOP senators push for stimulus checks to almost 2M excluded Americans | TheHill

The CARES Act signed into law by President Trump on March 27, 2020, gives states the option of extending unemployment compensation to independent contractors and other workers who are ordinarily ineligible for unemployment benefits. Please contact your state’s unemployment insurance office at the website or phone number provided below to learn more about the availability of these benefits where you live.

A forthcoming Senate Republican coronavirus proposal will mirror a March stimulus bill that included a one-time $1,200 stimulus check for some Americans, according to a top negotiator.
GOP coronavirus plan to include $1,200 stimulus check for some individuals | TheHill


The city council approved a bill to use tax money to help black residents through community funding.
North Carolina's Asheville unanimously approves reparations for slavery - BBC News

Dave Ramsey
A cashless society means no cash. Zero. It doesn’t mean mostly cashless and you can still use a ‘wee bit of cash here & there’. Cashless means fully digital, fully traceable, fully controlled. I think those who support a cashless society aren’t fully aware of what they are asking for. A cashless society means:

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More than 80 of the world's mega-rich are pushing their governments to raise taxes on the wealth to help pay for coronavirus relief efforts.

The group, named “Millionaires for Humanity,” made the call in an open letter Monday, citing the long-term economic problems the pandemic will cause and the strain on healthcare systems worldwide as reasons for the “permanent” change.
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BERLIN -- German payment service provider Wirecard said Monday it has concluded that 1.9 billion euros ($2.1 billion) that were supposed to be held in two accounts probably don't exist, deepening troubles that last week prompted the resignation of its chief executive.

Wirecard AG was once regarded as a star of the growing financial technology sector, but its shares have fallen sharply after the company became the subject of multiple Financial Times reports about accounting irregularities in its Asian operations. Wirecard disputed the reports, which started in February 2019, and said it was the victim of speculators.
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Two Supreme Court rulings this week in cases about President Trump’s financial records add new obstacles to the public seeing Trump’s tax returns before Election Day.
Trump tax returns unlikely before November | TheHill


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