KEY POINTS

  • Mnuchin confirms a second round of stimulus payments to Americans in the to-be-finalized relief bill
  • Democrats and Republicans have agreed to include small business loans and aid for the airline industry in the new bill
  • Voting on the deal was postponed until at least Thursday to allow for more bipartisan talks

A second round of stimulus payments to American households will be included in the new coronavirus relief bill, at least once Democrats and Republicans can agree to one, U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin announced Wednesday. 

In an interview with Lou Dobbs on Fox Business, Mnuchin said the House Democrats and Republicans have agreed to include another round of direct payments, small business loans, and aid for the airline industry in the new package. 

Mnuchin said the second round of payments will resemble those the administration distributed under the CARES Act in the spring, which means those who

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RADNOR, Pa.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The law firm of Kessler Topaz Meltzer & Check, LLP reminds that an investor securities fraud class action lawsuit has been filed against Nikola Corporation (NASDAQ: NKLA, NKLAW) (“Nikola”) on behalf of those who purchased or otherwise acquired Nikola securities between March 3, 2020, and September 20, 2020, inclusive (the “Class Period”).

Nikola investors who purchased or otherwise acquired securities during the Class Period may, no later than November 16, 2020, seek to be appointed as a lead plaintiff representative of the class.

Investors who wish to discuss this securities fraud class action lawsuit or request additional information about this litigation are encouraged to contact Kessler Topaz Meltzer & Check attorneys James Maro, Jr. or Adrienne Bell at (844) 877-9500 (toll free) or online, click https://www.ktmc.com/nikola-corporation-class-action?utm_source=PR&utm_medium=link&utm_campaign=nikola.

According to the complaint, Nikola operates as an integrated zero emissions transportation systems provider, which designs and manufactures

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U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said Republicans and Democrats have agreed to include another round of direct payments to American households in a potential coronavirus relief package.

Mnuchin told FOX Business’ Lou Dobbs in an interview on Wednesday that the package would include a second round of economic impact payments “similar” to the ones distributed under the CARES Act.

That means, if you qualified for a check the first time, you would likely be up for a second payment.

STILL NEED YOUR CORONAVIRUS STIMULUS CHECK? KEY DEADLINES TO KNOW

The first round of payments were valued at $1,200 per adult for those with adjusted gross incomes of up to $75,000. The threshold for married couples was $150,000 – they were eligible for $2,400 and $500

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The House of Representatives delayed a planned Wednesday night vote on the updated Heroes Act to allow more time for negotiations between House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin. The two will meet again Thursday in an attempt to find more common ground and a path to passing the next round of stimulus aid. Democrats now plan to vote on the proposal on Thursday, giving roughly 24 more hours for a bipartisan deal to come to fruition. “We’ll have to see. If we have an agreement,

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Dayton police urged people and businesses to check their security cameras after a missing endangered man was spotted on a camera outside the Trotwood Home Depot earlier this month.



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Vincent Boykin, 41, was last heard from around 11:30 p.m. Sept. 6. His parents could not find him when they went to his Rockland Drive home the next day to check on him.

Boykin is legally blind and can only see shadows. He also has mental health challenges.

Cameras at the Home Depot in Trotwood showed him outside the store the same morning

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If you’ve been following IPO news, or stock market news, or any investment news over the past six months, you will have heard references to blank-check companiesspecial purpose acquisition companies, or SPACs. Most recently, you might have heard about them in the context of General Motors (GM) and Nikola (NKLA).

Here’s the backstory. General Motors made an announcement in September 2020 that it was getting into a “strategic partnership” with Nikola, an electric vehicle company that had not yet manufactured a product. According to the terms of the agreement, GM would receive an 11% equity stake in Nikola in exchange for manufacturing the Nikola Badger pickup truck using GM’s own hydrogen fuel cell and battery technologies.

A couple of days after the deal was announced, Hindenburg Research published a report called ‘Nikola: How to Parlay an Ocean of Lies Into a Partnership With the Largest

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There will be some checks on agri-food goods travelling between Northern Ireland and Great Britain after Brexit, the Northern Ireland Secretary has confirmed.

randon Lewis said such checks had been in place “since about the 19th century” and the Government would work to “deliver in a way that works for people and businesses, and all communities, in Northern Ireland”.

During Northern Ireland questions, he told the Commons: “We have also been clear there will be some checks, particularly on SPS (sanitary and phytosanitary) – live animal and agri-foods, as an example.

“We are delivering on that with the Northern Ireland Executive and these are checks that are building on checks that have been in place since about the 19th century.

“But we are determined to deliver in a way that works for people and businesses, and all communities, in Northern Ireland.”

Mr Lewis also confirmed a “slimmed-down Finance Bill” will

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There will be some checks on agri-food goods travelling between Northern Ireland and Great Britain after Brexit, the Northern Ireland Secretary has confirmed.

Brandon Lewis said such checks had been in place “since about the 19th century” and the Government would work to “deliver in a way that works for people and businesses, and all communities, in Northern Ireland”.

During Northern Ireland questions, he told the Commons: “We have also been clear there will be some checks, particularly on SPS (sanitary and phytosanitary) – live animal and agri-foods, as an example.

“We are delivering on that with the Northern Ireland Executive and these are checks that are building on checks that have been in place since about the 19th century.

“But we are determined to deliver in a way that works for people and businesses, and all communities, in Northern Ireland.”

Mr Lewis also confirmed a “slimmed-down Finance Bill” will

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When you’re looking at marketing materials, time is money. In the past, professionals could spend hours poring over pages of print and proofreading for errors. In today’s fast-paced business environment, anything slower than lighting is simply too slow.

A point of contention for many companies is that you can’t have quality and speed. As a result, they are willing to sacrifice one for the other. Many copywriting professionals disagree with this approach and have embraced technology and other tools to speed up their efficiency while keeping their readability tight.

To help, these 11 experts from Forbes Communications Council share the tools and methods they use to check the readability of their professionally-produced content.

1. Remind Yourself Who You’re Speaking To

Remind yourself exactly who you’re speaking to. If

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WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump and Democratic rival Joe Biden sparred Tuesday in their first of three debates, hoping to sway undecided voters planning to cast ballots by mail and in person in the final weeks leading up to the Nov. 3 election.

A look at how their statements from Cleveland stack up with the facts:

ECONOMY

BIDEN: Trump will be the “first (president) in American history” to lose jobs during his presidency.

THE FACTS: No, if Trump loses re-election, he would not be the first president in U.S. history to have lost jobs. That happened under Herbert Hoover, the president who lost the 1932 election to Franklin Roosevelt as the Great Depression caused massive job losses.

Official jobs records only go back to 1939 and, in that period, no president has ended his term with fewer jobs than when he began. Trump appears to be on track

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