- PoliticsABC News
Treasury secretary says new federal unemployment will be available from states 'within the next week or 2'
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin on Monday said that states will be able to "execute" new weekly federal unemployment benefits of up to $400 within two weeks, after the Trump administration repeatedly declined to offer a timeline for the new benefits announced by President Donald Trump over the weekend, following the collapse of coronavirus relief negotiations with Democrats. "Within the next week or two, most will be able to execute," said Mnuchin, who answered the question posed to Trump at his news conference Monday, at the president's suggestion. Earlier in the day, White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany told reporters that the benefit would be delivered to Americans "quickly" and "close to immediately," but did not provide a more specific timetable.
- BusinessMotley Fool
Novavax Ready to Produce Nearly 3 Billion Coronavirus Vaccine Doses (With a Little Help From Friends)
Novavax (NASDAQ: NVAX) has only completed the first phase of clinical trials for its coronavirus vaccine, NVX-CoV2373, but the relatively small biotech has already lined up at least 2.75 billion in manufacturing capacity through partnerships and an acquisition. Despite not having any drugs on the market, the biotech was able to secure the capacity through about $2 billion in funding from the U.S. government and the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations. The deal with Takeda to sell NVX-CoV2373 in Japan entitles Novavax to undisclosed development and commercial-milestone payments as well as a portion of proceeds from the vaccine sold by Takeda.
- BusinessLA Times
A revamped PPP coronavirus loan program is in the works. Will it help small businesses left out before?
Lawmakers are near agreement on how to revamp the Paycheck Protection Program. But it may not be enough to help small businesses shut out of previous rounds of the government loans.
Saved by the Bell Trailer: Jessie Snatches Caffeine Pills Off of Zack's Son In New Revival Footage — Watch
Jessie Spano is not about to let another teenage girl succumb to the harsh effects of caffeine pills. In a new trailer for Peacock's Saved by the Bell revival, the Bayside alumna-turned-guidance counselor (again played by Elizabeth Berkley Lauren) stops Zack Morris' son Mac (Roswell, New Mexico's Mitchell Hoog) from giving her drug of choice to […]
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Steepologies Tea Seattle owners Andrea and Joe Raetzer speak out.
- WorldYahoo News UK
Vladimir Putin said a COVID-19 vaccine developed in Russia has been registered for use.
Sturgis motorcycle rally attendees lounge in bikinis, pack into bars, and mock mask wearers: 'It's like COVID does not exist here'
One Sturgis vendor said he loves the old America vibes at the event that celebrates Trump, police, and the military.