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Knowing full-well the scope of the economic damage that would be caused by shutting down nonessential businesses in an effort to stem disease transmission, Congress passed and President Trump signed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act into law more than two months ago, on March 27. The $2.2 trillion CARES Act is the costliest piece of relief legislation ever passed on Capitol Hill. It set aside $100 billion in funding for hospitals, apportioned $500 billion for distressed industries, such as the airlines, directed nearly $350 billion toward small business loans, and allocated $260 billion to expand the unemployment benefits programs.
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Jackson, who called Floyd "Twin," met Floyd while growing up in Texas.
- WorldAssociated Press
Chancellor Angela Merkel will not personally attend a meeting in the U.S. with the leaders of the world’s major economies if President Donald Trump goes ahead with it, unless the course of the coronavirus spread changes by then, her office said Saturday. After canceling the Group of Seven summit, originally scheduled for June 10-12 at Camp David, Trump said a week ago that he was again considering hosting an in-person meeting of world leaders because it would be a “great sign to all” of things returning to normal during the pandemic.
- U.S.USA TODAY
Mississippi mayor refuses to resign after facing backlash for George Floyd comments: 'I didn't see anything unreasonable'
A Mississippi mayor sparked controversy with his comments about George Floyd's death, but Hal Marx is rejecting calls for his resignation.
The reality star addressed rumors about her "new face" is a response to a fan comment.
The post from Donald Trump's personal attorney, who has a history of butt-dialing, prompted ridicule and anger.
Jon Jones says he would settle for "half of what Deontay Wilder makes", contrary to UFC president Dana White's claims.