Trump CFO Weisselberg Charged With $1.7M Fraud
Prosecutors have "more or less thrown the book at Weisselberg and he may decide to save himself at the expense of others.”
Judge Gives WeChat Reprieve From U.S. Shutdown
WeChat users who sued the Trump administration had “shown serious questions going to the merits of their First Amendment claim," the court said.
Trump Signals Support for More Airline Aid
"We’ll be helping the airlines, you have to help the airlines,” the president says as carriers warn of layoffs.
Employers May Balk at Payroll Tax Holiday
President Trump's tax deferral may be "too complex or impose too much potential liability on [employers] to be worth taking advantage of."
Tech Industry Blasts Trump Halt on H-1B Visas
“This will slow innovation and undermine the work the technology industry is doing to help our country recover from unprecedented events."
GM Announces Ventilator Deal as Trump Fumes
"This is really an unprecedented activity that GM and Ventec are in to mass-produce a ventilator with an auto manufacturer."
Trump Signs Virus Relief Bill With Paid Sick Leave
Employers will have to front the costs of paid leave but will be fully reimbursed through refundable credits that count against payroll tax.
Trump Moves to Boost Medical Supply Production
The president said he will invoke the Defense Production Act to compel companies to prioritize the production of equipment to combat the coronavirus.
Democrats Balk at Trump Payroll Tax Proposal
“What they want to do is hit Social Security like a wrecking ball with a massive tax cut for the country’s biggest corporations."
Oil Prices Rebound on U.S. Stimulus Hopes
After Monday's epic collapse, prices also got a boost from signs that Saudi Arabia and Russia will resolve their differences over oil production.
Emergency Coronavirus Bill Passes Final Hurdle
The $8.3 billion package approved by Congress far surpasses the $1.25 billion President Trump requested.