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Biden Will Unveil a $700 Billion Economic Plan Today. Here’s How to Watch.

“The vice president believes it’s not the time to just build it back the way things were before ... it’s time to imagine and build a new American economy for the next generation.”

Briggs & Stratton Could Face Bankruptcy After Giving Millions To Executives
Briggs & Stratton, Under Fire With Allegations of Unsafe Conditions, Ships 200 Jobs Out of Wisconsin

Move to New York comes shortly after approving millions in cash awards for several executives.

Freshman GOP Lawmaker Who Voted For Cutting Workers Comp: I Didn't Know What I Was Voting For
GOP Did Little to Fix Backlog Six Years Ago

GOP-led Committee to hold 11 a.m. hearing on system failures, say DEMS to blame.

Freshman GOP Lawmaker Who Voted For Cutting Workers Comp: I Didn't Know What I Was Voting For
An Extra $600 Per Week In Unemployment Pay Is Here

Now 460,000 jobless in the state, they will see the extra cash beginning with this week’s claims.

Florida workers totally or partially unemployed by the current health crisis, could see benefits.
Only Half of the People Are Getting Unemployment Checks

Roughly 22 million filed for unemployment benefits in the past month — easily the worst U.S. job losses. But only 12 million people are getting the checks.

Hospitality workers wait in line in a basement garage to apply for unemployment benefits
Another 6.6 Million Americans Filed for Unemployment Benefits Last Week

The latest report from the Labor Department released Thursday shows the figure for last week is much higher than the previous record of 3.3 million reported for the previous week.

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Americans Worried About Losing Their House Just Got a Small Break

A record number of people may become unemployed if lawmakers don't do something, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said on Tuesday.