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“It's the economy, stupid!” Bill Clinton used this phrase in 1992, which won him the presidency. The economy is going to be the big issue agai…

WASHINGTON (AP) — House Democrats powered a massive $3 trillion coronavirus response bill toward passage Friday, a measure designed to prop up a U.S. economy in free fall and a health care system overwhelmed by a pandemic that’s killed over 86,000 Americans.

DETROIT (AP) — People of color have not only been hit harder by the deadly coronavirus than have Americans overall, but they’re also bearing the brunt of the pandemic's financial impact, according to a recent survey from the The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research.

Jane A. Tjaden, 83, passed away April 19, 2020, in Grand Island. Jane was born on Feb. 27, 1937, to Tilfred and Elsie Schwasinger. She was rai…

Will the country be able to have in-person voting for the November presidential election because of the coronavirus? Sen. Kamala Harris has introduced a bill called the “Vote Safe Act” that would expand voting options and improve the safety and accessibility of polling places. Some politicians do not support the bill and say there could be voter fraud. Ultimately, the question of how people will vote, whether they show up in-person or send their ballot in the mail, will be up to the individual states.  

Personal-finance

In an ideal world, your retirement accounts would be left alone for retirement. You’ve probably noticed that we’re not living in an ideal world. Early withdrawals can have serious repercussions,…

Personal-finance

Federal relief payments meant to help consumers during the COVID-19 pandemic are starting to arrive. But some consumers could be in for disappointment if they have outstanding debts. Although the…

Harry Collins Stokely, 92, passed away peacefully March 31, 2020, at his home. Harry was born in Columbus to Charles and Marie (Punch) Stokely…

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Sen. Ben Sasse, R-Neb., was one of just eight senators who voted Wednesday against a $100 billion bipartisan aid bill that was subsequently signed by President Donald Trump. Sasse blasted the measure, saying the plan was rushed and amounted to “shoveling money out of a helicopter.”

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