Sen. Mitch McConnell tried to pass a small business coronavirus response bill by unanimous consent, but Sen. Ben Cardin blocked it.
Democrat hopes to add funding for hospitals and states to a coronavirus relief bill for small businesses the Senate wants to pass this week.
As of Wednesday, COVID-19 has infected more than 1,504,900 people around the world and killed at least 87,984 people.
Dow futures were pointing to a big gain at Tuesday's open a day after President Donald Trump expressed hope about research for treatment of the coronavirus
After closing over 1,600 points higher, the Dow is set to surge at Tuesday's open as President Trump expressed hope about coronavirus treatments.
"The appetite is there," Rubio said in a CNBC "Squawk Box" interview. "I think everyone I've talked to recognizes we're going to have to go back and do more, and probably more than once."
The committee, led by James Clyburn, will oversee the Trump administration's handling of $2 trillion in aid money, Pelosi said.
As the U.S. tries to implement a historic $2 trillion coronavirus relief plan, lawmakers are outlining what they think the next bill should include.
Pelosi says she is pleased with President Trump's renewed calls for an infrastructure plan to respond to the coronavirus crisis.
Trump, Pelosi and Schumer call for an infrastructure plan in response to the coronavirus, but it remains to be seen if Republicans get on board.
Congress passed a $2.2 trillion coronavirus relief plan last week, but a dire economic and health situation could force further action.
The total number of coronavirus infection cases globally reached 766,300, according to data compiled by Johns Hopkins University.
With $1,200 expected to go to millions of people already during the coronavirus crisis, Nancy Pelosi wants more money in their pockets.
Despite an unprecedented package to combat the coronavirus pandemic, the Senate could be forced to take more action sooner than it hopes.
The White House and Senate reached a deal on a $2 trillion coronavirus stimulus package.
"There was very little for states and counties a few days ago. There's now a $150 billion in direct assistance," the Delaware Democrat said.
Stocks futures saw wild swings Wednesday between strong gains and modest losses after the Dow's best day in 87 years.
House Democrats unveiled economic stimulus legislation in response to the coronavirus pandemic that differs from a Senate bill.
The private-jet industry asks Congress for bailout money, even as many private jet companies say sales are strong as wealthy flyers avoid commercial flights.
"It's going to take a good month or so to recruit our teams back and to get train them, trained before we could serve like we used to," restaurateur Danny Meyer said told CNBC.