Congress

Dow Plummets 376 Points as Trump Halts Stimulus Talks Until After Election

"I have instructed my representatives to stop negotiating until after the election when, immediately after I win, we will pass a major Stimulus Bill," Trump tweeted Tuesday afternoon.

Ben Winck

How to Submit Your SBA PPP Loan Application and Calculate the Loan Amount

Getting a bank to take your app and tabulating the total should be your biggest concerns.

Mat Sorensen

The IRS Will Reportedly Begin Issuing $1,200 Stimulus Payments on April 9

Still, some Americans could wait up to five months to receive their check.

Lauren Frias

10 Ways Business Owners Can Take Advantage of the Federal Stimulus Package

Updated info on the various opportunities available for (and obstacles in acquiring) loans, unemployment benefits and more.

Mark J. Kohler

The One Thing the Typical Politician Does Far Better Than the Typical Entrepreneur

A little known secret outside the D.C. Beltway is that Congress is primarily run by 25-to-35-year-old congressional staffers.

Brian Jones

Net Neutrality: Will Congress Save Internet Freedom?

The Save the Internet Act could help win the net neutrality battle, even if it doesn't pass.

Peter Banerjea

The International Entrepreneur Rule Wasn't Perfect, but the Trump Administration Killing It Sends the Wrong Message, Experts Say

The program was enacted to allow more entrepreneurs to immigrate to the U.S. to launch their businesses.

Hayden Field

The Biggest Revelations and Strangest Moments From Mark Zuckerberg's Congressional Testimony

Here's what you need to know after the Facebook co-founder and CEO's visit to Washington.

Hayden Field

Mark Zuckerberg Has Been Doing Extensive Prep for His Congressional Hearing. Here's What to Expect.

How the Facebook co-founder and CEO likely prepared, what he'll say and what it could mean for future regulations.

Hayden Field

Net Neutrality Ends in April, Unless Congress Acts

Opponents of the FCC's order are planning to fight back in court. Democrats are also trying to reverse the repeal in Congress.

Michael Kan