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    By: KDKA-TV News Staff HARRISBURG (KDKA) — Unemployed Pennsylvanians are about to get a boost. Starting this week, the Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry says thousands of people will get an extra $300 a week in benefits. The money was approved as part of the stimulus that Congress passed last month. There is nothing you need to do. The extra money will be automatically added.
    The recently passed coronavirus stimulus package was hijacked by House Democrats to pave a "pathway to socialism," Sen. Marsha Blackburn, R-Tenn., said Wednesday.  "I think it is fair to say that President Trump fully understands the best economic stimulus is a job, and there is a lot in this bill that gets in the way of economic recovery," Blackburn told "America’s Newsroom." Trump blasted the bill on Tuesday night and called for Congress to remove pork from the stimulus and increase direct payments to $2,000 for Americans. Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., who also voted against it, called for Trump to veto it, although he opposed Trump's call for higher direct payments. "The bill is an insult to injury for millions of Americans who are still out of work and still need relief," Blackburn said. "And the president is right about this. The priorities are wrong, and the Democrats' priority is power and control. It...
    Raiders coach Jon Gruden is focused on finishing out the season before determining how to proceed on defense 2021. During his time with the Raiders (1998-2001), Tampa Bay (2002 through 2008) and the Raiders again (2018 to present) he’s had four: Willie Shaw, Chuck Bresnahan, Monte Kiffin and Paul Guenther. All have run a 4-3 as their base defense. Guenther is the first to be fired during a season. Here are names that could come up, keeping in mind some could be unavailable because they’re under contract or could be hired as head coaches: (Name, age, current or most recent position) Rod Marinelli, 71, Raiders interim coordinator: Has a head start in the form of a three-game audition. A 30-27 overtime loss to the Chargers was not promising, although predictable on a short week. If the Raiders can go from awful to average in the last...
    JENELLE Evans has claimed she doesn't mind that husband David Eason is unemployed because she's an "influencer". The fired Teen Mom 2 star, 28, insisted she makes more money than David and is happy to be the "provider" in their family. 8 Jenelle Evans doesn't mind that husband David is unemployedCredit: Jenelle Evans 8 David was fired from Teen Mom 2 in 2018Credit: YouTube Jenelle made the claims in response to a user who tweeted: "A man is supposed to be a PROVIDER. "I don't know what what this generation thinks." The MTV star wrote: "Not when you are an influencer and make more. "I don't mind at all, as long as he helps me with the family and he does so much it's insane." 8 She claimed she makes enough money as an "influencer"Credit: Twitter 8 The pair have been on-off for years and have a daughter Ensley, threeCredit:...
    Entry-level jobs are scarce for recent college graduates, which leaves the Class of 2020 in a precarious position as their student loan debt comes due. Taylor Cabrera has been job-hunting for months since graduating from the University of Mississippi last spring with dual bachelor’s degrees in biology and physics, and has moved in with family in Miami. Her only solid job lead so far was a two-week marketing stint that didn’t pan out, though she says she’s feeling good after a recent interview for an entry-level mortgage position. Despite her challenges, Cabrera says she knows she’s fortunate when it comes to her student loans. Earning hefty scholarships meant she took on $14,000 in debt, about half of what the average undergraduate carries, according to the Institute for College Access and Success. “It’s pretty good compared to what everybody else has, but it still hurts my soul,” Cabrera...
    John Hickenlooper, the Democratic candidate for the U.S. Senate seat currently occupied by Republican Cory Gardner, was an unemployed geologist when he got the idea of starting Colorado’s first brewpub in a run-down part of downtown that had yet to be nicknamed LoDo. Hickenlooper and his partners opened the Wynkoop Brewing Company at 1634 18th Street in October 1988, a depressed period in Denver and a tough time to start anything new. But a dozen years later, the place had become such an institution that Hickenlooper contemplated going into politics — a move inspired by a campaign to save the Mile High Stadium name that had been cooked up at the Wynkoop. In 2002, when he decided to make a run for mayor, he talked it over with many community leaders who'd visited the 'koop, including Pete Meersman, then the longtime head of the Colorado Restaurant Association. Would the...
    CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — The federal government approved West Virginia’s application for funding to provide additional unemployment benefits to residents, Gov. Jim Justice said Friday. Those unemployed due to the coronavirus pandemic will receive an additional $400 per week, with the federal government providing $300 and the state $100, Justice said. The governor’s office also said a 40-year-old South Central Regional Jail inmate who had tested positive for COVID-19 during the last week while at the hospital died Friday. The Wood County man, who was being held on federal charges, had underlying medical conditions. Health officials’ preliminary assessment attributed the cause to complications from the virus. It is the first COVID-19-linked death of an inmate ordered to a state facility since the start of the pandemic, Justice’s office said. Justice also said Friday that Monongalia County bars are still expected to reopen Monday. He said last week he intended the...
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    BOSTON (CBS) – Massachusetts residents receiving unemployment might qualify for an extra $300 a week in benefits for three weeks. The state announced Monday that the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) had approved its application for funding under President Trump’s Lost Wages Supplemental Payment Assistance program. “The grant will fund an additional $300 weekly payment to those who are eligible for the three weeks ending 8/1/20, 8/8/20, and 8/15/20,” the state’s Office of Labor and Workforce Development said in a statement. The money will automatically be given to most people currently receiving unemployment benefits in Massachusetts. “Most claimants currently receiving benefits do not need to take any action because the Commonwealth will automatically add LWA to their weekly benefit payment retroactive to the dates they are eligible,” the state said. The extra money from FEMA is a short-term fix to cover the emergency $600 a week payments that went away...
    8 Signs That It’s Time for You to Unretire The Fiat X1/9: History, Generations, Specifications Transfer VHS Tapes, Film, and Photos to Digital Ad Microsoft Motley Fool Issues Rare “All In” Buy Alert Ad Microsoft 20+ Gadgets We Bet You Haven't Seen Yet Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/15 SLIDES © Provided by Best Life If You're Unemployed in One of These 14 States, Expect an Extra $300 Soon If you're part of the huge portion of the U.S. population that's unemployed right now—57.3 million workers have filed for unemployment over the past six months—you're probably looking for a little extra cash wherever you can. And if you're hoping for support from the...
    The bottle:Santa Teresa 1796 rum (special Crafted Together edition), $48 The back story: Almost needless to say, these are challenging times for those in the bar business, with many drinking spots across the globe remaining closed because of pandemic restrictions. As a result, Santa Teresa 1796, a higher-end Venezuelan-made brand of aged rum from a producer with two centuries of history, decided to put a spotlight on bartenders and lend them support in different ways. In particular, the brand has launched this limited-edition Crafted Together bottle, which showcases artwork on the label by more than 20 bartenders that reflects their response to the crisis. In addition, the brand has made a contribution to the USBG Bartender Emergency Assistance Program, a project by a prominent bartender organization to support those in the industry who are in need. The brand says the move is in line with other charitable initiatives it has...
    Report: Multiple coaches, GMs believe NFL season amid pandemic is ‘dead wrong’ Three Things to Know Before Buying a Label Maker Why unemployment is a broken system: It really is an experiment out of control Unemployment systems pay less aid to fewer people and for a shorter period of time than in decades past, research shows. Some states, mostly in the South, are less generous than others. The dynamic is playing out during an unemployment crisis fueled by the coronavirus pandemic, and while Congress figures out whether to extend a $600 weekly boost in pay. © Provided by CNBC Demonstrators rally near the Capitol Hill residence of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., to call for the extension of unemployment benefits on Wednesday, July 22, 2020. The unemployment system is fraying. Load Error Unemployment benefits are less generous than in decades past, in key metrics like...
    Demonstrators rally near the Capitol Hill residence of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., to call for the extension of unemployment benefits on Wednesday, July 22, 2020.Tom Williams/CQ-Roll Call, Inc via Getty Images The unemployment system is fraying. Unemployment benefits are less generous than in decades past, in key metrics like duration, amount paid and the share of unemployed who receive aid. The aggregate result is less money going to fewer people for a shorter amount of time. This dynamic is playing out during an unemployment crisis fueled by the coronavirus pandemic, when nearly 32 million people are collecting jobless benefits. More from Personal Finance:GOP propose second round of $1,200 stimulus checksGOP plan slashes unemployment by 43% for average workerHow the eviction crisis across the U.S. will look Federal aid, namely an extra $600 a week, has provided a temporary stopgap since late March. But expiring relief now puts the...
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