1. Pelosi blasts GOP 'skinny' deals, doubles down on call for large coronavirus stimulus package  CNBC
  2. Bipartisan lawmakers offer coronavirus relief solution in effort to break logjam  Fox News
  3. Pelosi: House will stay in session until agreement is reached on coronavirus relief | TheHill  The Hill
  4. Rank-and-file House members achieve rare bipartisan consensus in bid to press Hill leaders to cut stimulus deal  WTOP
  5. Despite Stimulus Talk Stalemate, Pelosi Says Negotiating Directly With Trump Wouldn’t Be ‘A Good Use Of Time’  Forbes
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Members of the House Problem Solvers Caucus plan to map out a recovery package they hope can push top Democrats and White House officials back to the negotiating table.Members of the House Problem Solvers Caucus plan to map out a recovery package they hope can push top Democrats and White House officials back to the negotiating table.

The Trump campaign plans to launch an eight-figure ad buy highlighting the economy as a focus of the presidential race.The Trump campaign plans to launch an eight-figure ad buy highlighting the economy as a focus of the presidential race.

Trump campaign pivots to the economy with eight-figure ad campaign

The House is set to come back from a monthlong recess Monday and must act on a number of must-pass bills to avert a government shutdown.The House is set to come back from a monthlong recess Monday and must act on a number of must-pass bills to avert a government shutdown.

Congress: House, Senate return to address bills to avert shutdown

But if Trump’s energy, enthusiasm and vision prevails in November, look for Republicans to catch a ride and recapture the House majority. Waves are hard to see in September but rise up quickly in November.But if Trump’s energy, enthusiasm and vision prevails in November, look for Republicans to catch a ride and recapture the House majority. Waves are hard to see in September but rise up quickly in

Feehery: A surprising Republican wave election could be looming | TheHill

But if Trump’s energy, enthusiasm and vision prevails in November, look for Republicans to catch a ride and recapture the House majority. Waves are hard to see in September but rise up quickly in November.But if Trump’s energy, enthusiasm and vision prevails in November, look for Republicans to catch a ride and recapture the House majority. Waves are hard to see in September but rise up quickly in

Feehery: A surprising Republican wave election could be looming | TheHill

Senate Republicans resist passing a new bill, even though it’s needed and politically expedient.Senate Republicans resist passing a new bill, even though it’s needed and politically expedient.

Will Congress Ever Break the Covid Relief Standoff? - WSJ

The Republican Party and its standard bearers do not care enough about all of the people of this country to demand and deliver true equality for all. I speak not only of racial/cultural equality, but of housing/employment equality, gender/sexual equality, justice equality, environmental equality, economic equality, etc. Republicans continue to pander to the wealthy, while trying to pacify the other 90% with the tiresome trickle-down rhetoric that has never worked. The result is inequality fallout of every kind. Republicans manipulate the system however they can to keep it that way.The Republican Party and its standard bearers do not care enough about all of the people of this country to demand and deliver true equality for all. I speak not only of racial/cultural equality, but of housing/employment equality, gender/sexual equality, justice equality, environmental equality, economic equality, etc. Republicans continue to pander to the wealthy, while trying to pacify the other 90% with the tiresome trickle-down rhetoric that has never worked. The result is inequality fallout of every kind. Republicans manipulate the system however they can to keep it that way.

Letter: Stand for democracy - The Salt Lake Tribune

Despite the fact both sides of the aisle have voiced support for another round of $1,200 direct payments as part of a relief package, it doesn't appear lawmakers will be able to deliver them during election-season political combat.Despite the fact both sides of the aisle have voiced support for another round of $1,200 direct payments as part of a relief package, it doesn’t appear lawmakers will be able to deliver them …

Second stimulus checks: Where we stand halfway through September | WFLA

The U.S. Congress only has so many session days left before breaking to prepare for this year's election.

Second stimulus check: When must a final vote take place, what’s the timeline, and where do things stand? - pennlive.com

Charts and maps chronicling the collapse of the California GOP, from @CalMatters.

Suburban Blues: Where Democrats Have Gained Most in California | Lost Coast Outpost | Humboldt County News

President Trump is still grousing about losing the popular vote by 3 million to Hillary Clinton in 2016, but that doesn’t mean he’s doing anything about it this time around. The president...President Trump is still grousing about losing the popular vote by 3 million to Hillary Clinton in 2016, but that doesn’t mean he’s doing anything about it this time around. The president...

California GOP Views Trump More as a Blessing Than a Curse | RealClearPolitics

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) ripped Democrats on Monday over talk of nixing the legislative filibuster if they win back the majority even as they've used the procedural tactic to block recent GOP legislation.Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) ripped Democrats on Monday over talk of nixing the legislative filibuster if they win back the majority even as they've used the procedural tactic to

McConnell: Democrats would 'disfigure' Senate by nixing filibuster | TheHill

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) ripped Democrats on Monday over talk of nixing the legislative filibuster if they win back the majority even as they've used the procedural tactic to block recent GOP legislation.Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) ripped Democrats on Monday over talk of nixing the legislative filibuster if they win back the majority even as they've used the procedural tactic to

McConnell: Democrats would 'disfigure' Senate by nixing filibuster | TheHill

WASHINGTON (AP) — Democratic Rep. Madeleine Dean calls herself a “big hugger,” but there’s none of that in-person campaigning in the Philadelphia suburbs as the House freshman runs for reelection largely online to protect against the health risks of COVID-19.WASHINGTON (AP) — Democratic Rep. Madeleine Dean calls herself a “big hugger,” but there’s none of that in-person campaigning in the Philadelphia suburbs as the House freshman runs for reelection largely online to protect against the health risks of COVID-19.

To door knock or not? Campaigning for Congress in COVID era - Egypt Independent

The $44 billion allocated by Trump for the enhanced $300 weekly unemployment benefit is expected to run out this month.The $44 billion allocated by Trump for the enhanced $300 weekly unemployment benefit is expected to run out this month.

The federal $300 unemployment benefit is set to expire. Will there be a replacement? – Fortune

Fewer than half of the candidates will face challengers. Fewer than half of the candidates will face challengers.

Here’s what the November election looks like for the RI General Assembly | WPRI.com

The 50-member bipartisan Problem Solvers Caucus on Tuesday will release a $1.5 trillion coronavirus relief plan to help break a leadership stalemate.The 50-member bipartisan Problem Solvers Caucus on Tuesday will release a $1.5 trillion coronavirus relief plan to help break a leadership stalemate.

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House Republicans are expected to unveil their agenda on Tuesday, which GOP lawmakers hope will help offer a contrast to policy proposals by House Democrats ahead of Election Day. House Republicans are expected to unveil their agenda on Tuesday, which GOP lawmakers hope will help offer a contrast to policy proposals by House Democrats ahead of Election Day. 

House GOP slated to unveil agenda ahead of election | TheHill

House Republicans are expected to unveil their agenda on Tuesday, which GOP lawmakers hope will help offer a contrast to policy proposals by House Democrats ahead of Election Day. House Republicans are expected to unveil their agenda on Tuesday, which GOP lawmakers hope will help offer a contrast to policy proposals by House Democrats ahead of Election Day. 

House GOP slated to unveil agenda ahead of election | TheHill

Both Mnuchin and Pelosi have signaled they are ready to negotiate, but just how close are they to making a deal?Both Mnuchin and Pelosi have signaled they are ready to negotiate, but just how close are they to making a deal?

Mnuchin Says He’s Ready for Unconditional Negotiations | Heavy.com

Election forecasters who painstakingly look over polling and other data are making their predictions for which seats are safe and which are in danger of changing.With 50 days until Election Day, here are the seats in the House and Senate in most danger of changing parties.

50 days until election day. Which congressional seats will flip? | king5.com

A group of 50 Democratic and Republican members of Congress is due to unveil $1.5 trillion bipartisan coronavirus relief legislation on Tuesday, in an election year effort to break a month-long impasse in COVID-19 talks between the White House and top Democrats.A group of 50 Democratic and Republican members of Congress is due to unveil $1.5 trillion bipartisan coronavirus relief legislation on Tuesday, in an election year effort to break a month-long impasse in COVID-19 talks between the White House and top Democrats.

Bipartisan U.S. lawmaker group to unveil $1.5 trillion COVID-19 aid bill | Reuters

A group of 50 Democratic and Republican members of Congress is due to unveil $1.5 trillion bipartisan coronavirus relief legislation on Tuesday, in an election year effort to break a month-long impasse in COVID-19 talks between the White House and top Democrats.A group of 50 Democratic and Republican members of Congress is due to unveil $1.5 trillion bipartisan coronavirus relief legislation on Tuesday, in an election year effort to break a month-long impasse in COVID-19 talks between the White House and top Democrats.

Bipartisan U.S. lawmaker group to unveil $1.5 trillion COVID-19 aid bill | Article [AMP] | Reuters

A group of 50 Democratic and Republican members of Congress are due to unveil a $1.5 trillion bipartisan coronavirus relief legislation on Tuesday, in an election year effort to break a monthlong impasse in COVID19 talks between the White House and top Democrats.A group of 50 Democratic and Republican members of Congress are due to unveil a $1.5 trillion bipartisan coronavirus relief legislation on Tuesday, in an election year effort to break a monthlong impasse in COVID19 talks between the White House and top Democrats.

Bipartisan U.S. Lawmakers To Unveil $1.5 Trln COVID-19 Aid Bill

Many Republican senators oppose additional stimulus spending since they argue it will rack up the federal debt.Many Republican senators oppose additional stimulus spending since they argue it will rack up the federal debt.

Mnuchin: 'Now is not the time to worry about shrinking the deficit' - Business Insider

A bipartisan group of House lawmakers Tuesday unveiled a compromise coronavirus package that worked out some of the thorniest divisions between Democrats and Republicans in an effort to jump- start relief to Americans still reeling from the health and economic crisis. A bipartisan group of House lawmakers Tuesday unveiled a compromise coronavirus package that worked out some of the thorniest divisions between Democrats and Republicans in an effort to jump- start relief to Americans still reeling from the health and economic crisis. 

Senate Republicans see putting pressure on Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) as the key to getting a deal on a coronavirus relief bill before the elections and are counting on vulnerable House Democrats to move the Speaker off her demand for a packaSenate Republicans see putting pressure on Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) as the key to getting a deal on a coronavirus relief bill before the elections and are counting on vulnerable House

GOP sees pressure on Pelosi as key to pandemic relief deal | TheHill

Senate Republicans see putting pressure on Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) as the key to getting a deal on a coronavirus relief bill before the elections and are counting on vulnerable House Democrats to move the Speaker off her demand for a packaSenate Republicans see putting pressure on Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) as the key to getting a deal on a coronavirus relief bill before the elections and are counting on vulnerable House

GOP sees pressure on Pelosi as key to pandemic relief deal | TheHill

Republican voter suppression will reduce the volume of votes cast for Biden. The only question is whether it will cost him the presidency.Republican voter suppression will reduce the volume of votes cast for Biden. The only question is whether it will cost him the presidency.

Will Trump’s GOP Turn the Election into a Sham? - The Bulwark

Republican voter suppression will reduce the volume of votes cast for Biden. The only question is whether it will cost him the presidency.Republican voter suppression will reduce the volume of votes cast for Biden. The only question is whether it will cost him the presidency.

Will Trump’s GOP Turn the Election into a Sham? - The Bulwark

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is urging House Democrats to wait for a better deal on the coronavirus aid package when they return to work Monday. They may still be waiting on Election Day.

Democrats, Republicans Point Fingers Over Lack of Coronavirus Aid Bill

The truth is that if you have power, being partisan is precisely how you get things done.The truth is that if you have power, being partisan is precisely how you get things done.

If Biden Wins, Democrats Must Lean In to Partisanship - The American Prospect

If Biden Wins, Democrats Must Lean In to Partisanship

Have the prospects of receiving a second stimulus check improved? Get the details here.Have the prospects of receiving a second stimulus check improved? Get the details here.

Second Stimulus Check: Start of Week Update | Heavy.com

Americans are still waiting to see if a second stimulus package will be approved by lawmakers, and they're hoping it will happen soon as President Trump's $300 unemployment benefit is expiring this week. According to Business Insider, the additional federal benefit that Trump signed executive [...]Americans are still waiting to see if a second stimulus package will be approved by lawmakers, and [...]

Second Stimulus Check: Trump's $300 Unemployment Benefit Expiring This Week

On Monday, U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said that the county needs another stimulus check, despite Republican concerns for the national deficit. Mnuchin made his remarks in an interview on CNBC, saying that the economy 'clearly' needs more aid to push through the coronavirus crisis. He [...]On Monday, U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said that the county needs another stimulus [...]

Second Stimulus Check: Mnuchin Calls for More Relief Aid, Even With National Debt

The battle for control of the Senate is fierce, less than two months from Election Day.The battle for control of the Senate is fierce, less than two months from Election Day.

The most competitive Senate races in 2020, explained - Vox

Treasury Secretary Steven T. Mnuchin said Monday that the coronavirus pandemic is no time to prioritize a small deficit, arguing that such concerns shouldn't delay any new COVID-19 relief efforts.Treasury Secretary Steven T. Mnuchin said Monday that the coronavirus pandemic is no time to prioritize a small deficit, arguing that such concerns shouldn't delay any new COVID-19 relief efforts.

Steven Mnuchin: 'Now is not the time to worry about shrinking the deficit' - Washington Times

U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin on Monday said there still could be a deal with Congress for more federal coronavirus aid, a day after U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi also voiced optimism despite the Senate's failure to pass an aid bill last week. Pelosi and fellow Democrats who control theU.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin on Monday said there still could be a deal with Congress for more federal coronavirus aid, a day after U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi also voiced optimism despite the Senate's failure to pass an aid bill last week. Pelosi and fellow Democrats who control the

Mnuchin says he will continue to work on COVID-19 deal: CNBC

He says the document offers a plan for what House Republicans could do if they win back the majority.

McCarthy unveils GOP roadmap in effort to win back the House - POLITICO

On Monday, the House of Representatives will reconvene following a monthlong recess. Their return to Capitol Hill will come just a week after members of the Senate reconvened, meaning that both chambers of Congress will officially be back in session as numerous pressing topics, including [...]On Monday, the House of Representatives will reconvene following a monthlong recess. Their return [...]

Second Stimulus Check: House of Representatives Returns From Monthlong Recess

Rep. Katherine Clark of Massachusetts, vice chair of Democratic caucus, says Democrats will stay on Capitol Hill till a deal is reached.

Direct $1,200 checks to Americans, boosts to small business loans in new $1.5 trillion stimulus bill - masslive.com