NPR’s Amy Walter and Errin Haines of The 19th join Judy Woodruff to discuss the latest political news, including the rollout of the new COVID stimulus bill, how it benefits women and marginalized communities, and the Biden administration’s response to the influx of immigrants at the southern border.
Democrats’ plan offers $1,400 stimulus checks at same income levels as previous rounds, Former President Trump’s lawyers call impeachment trial political theater, Cincinnati ‘tip war’ raises over $34,000 for restaurant workers in hometown rivalry.
President Biden meets Republicans to discuss stimulus plan, snow, wind hammer U.S. Northeast, and investor puts GameStop gains to good use at Texas children’s hospital.
After months of deadlock, a covid-19 relief package has passed, but the battles continue. We ask how things got so dire and what President-elect Joe Biden will inherit.
NPR News Now reports: Great Britain and EU reach provisional deal, Georgia Covid-19 cases surge, Stimulus Bill changes, and other top news.
Lawmakers near relief deal with second round of stimulus checks, do Americans trust the vaccine, and drinking red wine and eating cheese could reduce cognitive decline.
Presidential candidates’ microphones to be muted in parts of final debate, Pelosi, Mnuchin work to reach deal before Tuesday deadline, and this 14-year-old girl won a $25K prize for a discovery that could lead to a cure for Covid-19.
NPR News Now reports: Congress and the White House battle over a new stimulus bill, UAE in talks to normalize relations with Israel, Afghanistan and Taliban prisoners, and other world news.
Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks join Judy Woodruff to discuss the latest news, including how the coronavirus pandemic has taken hold in the U.S., American leadership amid the crisis, whether the $2.2 trillion stimulus package will help those besieged by the pandemic and whether there is a chance for bipartisan political action.