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3rd stimulus check: Why you shouldn’t expect another payment for weeks

Treasury is still trying to reach some people who should have gotten paid in the first round last year.

Democrats start reining in expectations for immigration bill

even supporters like No. 2 Senate Democratic leader Dick Durbin of Illinois say the party may have to settle for less.

Trump says his term is ending, transition will be orderly

Trump issued a statement early Thursday acknowledging his term in office is coming to a close just minutes after Congress certified his loss to Biden.

4 people died as Trump supporters occupied Capitol; 1 woman shot by police, 3 in medical emergencies.

At least one person was shot and rushed to a hospital after supporters of President Donald Trump who rallied outside the U.S. Capitol clashed with police officers and breached the building, forcing a lockdown with members of Congress inside.

GOP senators say they will reject election results unless commission is formed

"We intend to vote on January 6 to reject the electors from disputed states as not 'regularly given' and 'lawfully certified' (the statutory requisite), unless and until that emergency 10-day audit is completed," the group said in a statement on Saturday.

People across the Carolinas react to recent round of stimulus checks

Others who were eligible say they’re thankful but think $600 didn’t justify the hardships millions of people over the last nine months.

Congress passes massive COVID relief and government funding bill

Both chambers of Congress on Monday night passed a $900 billion relief measure designed to provide long-awaited assistance to Americans, small businesses and industries ailing from the coronavirus pandemic. The $900 billion package is paired with a $1.4 trillion omnibus spending bill that funds the federal government through September.

Congress set to vote on 5,593-page COVID relief and government funding bill

After months of unsuccessful negotiations, the House and Senate are slated to vote Monday on a $900 billion relief measure designed to provide long-awaited assistance to Americans, small businesses and industries ailing from the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, as well as a massive spending bill that will keep federal agencies running.

Negotiators down to a few issues on $900 billion aid plan

The Senate convened a Saturday session, while House members stood by for a vote that will come no earlier than Sunday.

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Local museum holding a monthlong diaper drive

Celebrating their 70th year as a museum, the Burgwin-Wright House is giving back to the community.

NC roadway considered one of the nation’s most scenic byways

The 31-mile corridor joins the Blue Ridge Parkway and four other North Carolina roads in getting All-American status.