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The House has passed a $3 trillion relief bill. Senate Republicans are expected to roll out their own package this week.
The expanded $600 per week unemployment assistance has been crucial, but experts say there are more effective ways to support people who’ve lost work.
Normally, jobless workers receiving unemployment cut their spending by 7%. But a JPMorgan Chase study found it's rising — by 10%.
A helpful glossary for terms and acronyms as the July 31 deadline approaches for Pandemic Unemployment Compensation to end.
Hover over the interactive map to see how much the extra $600 a week increases your benefits and what it takes to make rent.
More than 1.3 million laid-off workers sought unemployment benefits last week amid resurgent viral outbreak
The number of laid-off workers seeking jobless aid is stuck at a historically high level.
Widespread unemployment is putting more people at risk of not being financially secure in retirement.
More than 5 million people who lost their jobs lost their health insurance and didn’t find an alternative.
“A lot of workers are saying no, I refuse to go back and put my health at risk and my family's health at risk for $2, $3 or $4 an hour.”