DeWine tests positive, North Korea develops more nukes, and Mohammed bin Salman had a second hit squad. Plus a programming note.
Author - JM Ashby
Trump claims he'll impose a payroll tax holiday as soon as tomorrow.
The New York attorney general's office is moving to dissolve the NRA for fraud and self-dealing.
Senate Republicans are leaving Washington for the rest of the month.
Biden makes a huge ad buy, Kobach gets blown out, and consumer spending may crater soon.
New research shows that outcomes and deaths from extreme heat will look like the pandemic.
Sources say Mark Meadows is the biggest obstacle to a stimulus deal.
Private sector hiring dropped from about 4 million to just 167,000.
WHO warns young infection rates tripled, the SEC investigates Kodak, and Dems call on HUD to scrap anti-transgender homeless rules.
Federal Reserve officials are warning that the bottom could fall out of the economy.
Exports of American energy products have barely budged under "Phase One."
Senate Republicans may not vote on something until next week if they ever do.
There's no stimulus deal in sight, New York prosecutors investigate Trumpworld fraud, and smart Briton flee for the EU.
Hundreds of foreign companies applied for and received Paycheck Protection funds.
About 1,000 will die every day through the end of the month, the CDC says.
We learn of yet another way the Paycheck Protection Program has been abused.
The SBA's inspector general has found early signs of "widespread fraud."
Americans owe $21 billion in back rent, up to 40 million could be evicted, and Trump has no plans for vaccine distribution. Plus music.
The White House had a national virus plan, but they decided it would be easier to let liberals die.
Senate Republicans adjourned for the weekend without taking action.