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Broadband, computer subsidies on the way for those who qualify
Applications open May 12 for low-income consumers who need help paying for faster, more reliable internet.
“This is not Christmas,” Illinois comptroller warns of federal relief money
“That money is essentially spoken for,” Susana Mendoza says of the $7.5 billion coming to the state from the American Rescue Plan.
What we know about the next round of relief checks
House Democrats have proposed sending $1,400 checks to Americans, with the full amount going to people who earn up to $75,000.
How Americans are likely to spend the second round of relief checks
Back in March, many people didn't spend all of their relief money right away. That may be more difficult this time around.
Millions of people may still be eligible to receive one-time pandemic relief checks
The deadline for filing information with the IRS to get the money is Nov. 21.
With a divided government likely, chances of a big economic relief plan wane
As the pandemic continues, it may fall to the Federal Reserve to find more ways to boost the economy.
What Senate Republicans are proposing for the COVID-19 relief bill
They're divided on whether and how to extend emergency pandemic unemployment benefits.
Some people still have not received the first COVID-19 relief check. Here's why.
A new study by the Brookings Institution found racial disparities in whose checks were delayed.
Where does Congress stand on another COVID-19 relief package?
The House has passed a $3 trillion relief bill. Senate Republicans are expected to roll out their own package this week.
How are you spending your $1,200 relief payment?
Americans are paying back friends, buying necessities, paying bills and giving to charity.