Hours of Talks on U.S. Coronavirus Relief End With No Deal


Negotiations on the next round of Corona virus. Relief legislation are at a standstill. Lawmakers remain deadlocked on a number of issues, including extra unemployment benefits and additional federal aid for state and local governments. Democrats are proposing a $3 trillion measure that includes hazard pay for frontline workers and extend supplemental jobless benefits, which expired last week. Republicans say the Democratic plan is too costly. Congressional leaders today turned down an offer from the Trump administration to resume negotiations. They say they're prepared to pick up talks when the White House puts more

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