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Founded in 2007, Politico is a Washington-based political journalism organization that covers the White House, Congress, politics and policy.
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‘We’re already too late’: Unemployment lifeline to lapse even with an aid deal

Rebecca Rainey, Eleanor Mueller
Politico
U.S. lawmakers are struggling to hammer out another economic relief package before Congress adjourns next week. But for millions of Americans, the deadline may have already passed.

News Story

Millions of workers face jobless benefits cliff with lifeline set to expire

Rebecca Rainey, Eleanor Mueller
Politico
October 14, 2020
A Dec. 31 cut-off is poised to leave over half of people receiving unemployment benefits — about 13.4 million — with no income.

News Story

‘The most lopsided economic event imaginable’: Wave of evictions threatens Black, Latino tenants

Katy O’Donnell
Politico
December 15, 2020
Evictions could put more at risk for contracting COVID-19 by forcing people to move into cramped quarters — or out on the street.

News Story

Economy hurting after Congress fails to act on stimulus

Rebecca Rainey
Politico
August 24, 2020

News Story

A gap in federal unemployment benefits is now unavoidable. Here’s why.

Katherine Landergan, Rebecca Rainey
Politico
July 23, 2020

News Story

A gap in federal unemployment benefits is now unavoidable. Here’s why.

Politico
July 23, 2020

News Story

2.1 million new unemployment claims filed last week, as workers still struggle to get benefits

Rebecca Rainey
Politico
May 28, 2020
The ten-week total for claims reached 40.8 million, suggesting about a quarter of the workforce has lost jobs during the coronavirus pandemic.

Analysis , News Story , Newsletter

Trump set to ask for more coronavirus cash

Dan Diamond
Politico
February 24, 2020
The Supreme Court on Friday lifted the final statewide freeze on Trump's new crackdown on legal immigrants' use of programs like Medicaid, weeks after the high court halted the last nationwide injunction.

Profile

‘It Does Something to Your Soul When Everyone Losing Their Homes Looks Like You’

Max Blau
Politico
May 24, 2018
In Durham, a young lawyer raised in public housing teaches elite law students to save poor people from eviction.

Investigative

Behind the minimum wage fight, a sweeping failure to enforce the law

Marianne LeVine
Politico
February 18, 2018
Raising hourly pay is a rallying cry for 2018, but states often fail to get workers the money that’s owed them.

Investigative

Big banks abusing 2012 settlement deal

Jon Prior
Politico
September 28, 2015
Weak oversight means banks can get away with foreclosing on homeowners in middle of negotiations.



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