Dow futures pointed to a sharp decline at Wall Street's open with a number of factors pressuring stocks Monday.
Dow futures pointed to a sharp decline at Monday's open as the stock market comes off three straight weeks of selling.
Senate Republicans attempted to pass a more narrow coronavirus stimulus bill, but Democrats blocked the plan.
U.S. stock futures turn positive, one day after a tech-led bounce clawed back some of the recent carnage.
U.S. stock futures turn positive Thursday, one day after a tech-led bounce clawed back some of the carnage of the previous three sessions.
Mitch McConnell called the coronavirus stimulus bill the Senate plans to vote on "targeted," but did not give details about what it includes.
Joe Biden will need more than a win in November and a Democratic takeover of the Senate if he wants to rival President Donald Trump when it comes to shaping the makeup of the federal courts.
The Senate Leadership Fund is on track to have its best election cycle for fundraising since it was formed in 2015.
President Trump will cap a 2020 Republican National Convention that blurred campaign and government business with a speech at the White House.
Trump jumped more fully into coronavirus aid negotiations, but only after talks stalled and Congress left Washington for the month.
Progress toward a coronavirus aid deal in Washington is nonexistent as millions wait to see whether they can afford food and housing.
The gap between the parties on coronavirus stimulus is a "chasm," Nancy Pelosi said as it is unclear when relief talks will restart.
U.S. equity futures indicated a rebound at Wednesday's open after the Dow and S&P snapped seven-session win streaks.
Coronavirus relief activity on Capitol Hill all but halted after talks collapsed and President Trump issued executive orders.
As Republicans and Democrats spar over the shape of the next stimulus package, Americans are reeling from the loss of the $600 federal unemployment boost.
Nancy Pelosi said she told Republicans to come back when they are willing to increase their $1 trillion coronavirus aid offer.
Stocks fell as U.S-China tensions and ongoing coronavirus stimulus negotiations dampened the market's enthusiasm over a strong jobs report.
"It's not like we can just avoid a deal and say it doesn't matter. And that's what I'm getting concerned about," CNBC's Jim Cramer said Thursday.
Democrats and the White House have struggled to strike a deal to boost an economy and health-care system damaged by the pandemic.
Mitt Romney, Susan Collins and Martha McSally are proposing a bigger unemployment insurance extension than Senate Republicans previously did.