The Labor Department has declined to extend a shortened, 30-day window for the public to weigh in on its high-stakes proposal to redefine independent-contractor status, denying Democratic lawmakers’ bid for more time.
Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin “continued to narrow their differences” on a coronavirus relief package, a Pelosi aide said Monday, as time draws short to reach agreement on a bill that could pass by Election Day.
Monday marks the start of a virtual trial to determine whether a Fidelity vehicle for charitable giving negligently lost millions in donations and taxes for a wealthy couple by liquidating their donated stock too quickly.
Unemployed Americans aren’t the only ones waiting for the next pandemic relief check. A slew of fraudsters, including an organized Nigerian cybercrime ring, are also looking to get paid.
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