Saturday meeting on Capitol Hill fails to break coronavirus relief bill impasse
A rare Saturday morning meeting on Capitol Hill failed to secure a deal on a new coronavirus relief bill. Both Democratic leaders and Trump administration officials hailed the meeting as the most productive yet, with White House chief of staff Mark Meadows saying he was hopeful for an agreement in the next couple of days. Wall Street Journal congressional reporter Siobhan Hughes joins CBSN to talk about the latest developments.
FEMA Administrator Peter Gaynor is on Capitol Hill Wednesday to answer questions on the national response to the coronavirus pandemic. (July 22) CEOs from Facebook, Apple, Google and Amazon are preparing to testify on Capitol Hill as lawmakers conduct an antitrust probe into the nation's biggest tech companies. Franklin Foer, a staff writer for The Atlantic, joins CBSN to discuss the issues. Democrats on Capitol Hill introduced the new ‘THRIVE' agenda this week in hopes of laying the groundwork to battle issues like climate change, COVID-19, and racial injustice. Lana Zak spoke with Texas democratic congresswoman, Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee, about the new plan. The Boston Globe's Kimberly Atkins joins Morning Joe to discuss the impasse on Capitol Hill over the coronavirus relief bill as the federal eviction moratorium expires and $600 weekly relief benefits expire tomorrow. Aired on 7/30/2020.