The House bill had set the supplemental benefit at $520 a week, but SenateDemocrats finally agreed to knock that down to $390.
The Senate-approved package includes expanded unemployment benefits through September 6 at $300 a week (the first $10,200 of jobless benefits would be non-taxable for households with incomes under $150,000); $60 billion towards Covid-19 testing and vaccine distribution; $130 billion to help schools reopen safely; $25 billion to help bars and restaurants; $7.25 billion for the Paycheck Protection Program; $350 billion in emergency funding for state, local and territorial governments; and $30 billion to help low-income households and the unemployed afford rent and utilities.
Republicans had opposed Mr Biden's proposal as too expensive, and complained he had not fulfilled his promise to work with all sides as president.
How did Democrats and Republicans respond to the bill?
Joe Manchin (D-WV), are now - and could continue to be as Biden looks to follow up on the rescue plan with an even larger infrastructure and climate change bill, among other items on his agenda.
Earlier this week, Republican Senator Ron Johnson objected to waiving the reading of the legislation, insisting that the entire 628-page bill be read out loud, a process that took almost 11 hours.
"We certainly recognize that we can't just sign a bill", she told reporters.
Many of these people have very low incomes and are not normally required to file tax returns.
"Democrats are delivering on our promise to take action to defeat this virus and provide the assistance the American people need until our economy can reopen safely and fully", the Maryland Democrat added.
The Senate broke the record for the largest single vote in the modern era - 11 hours and 50 minutes - as Democrats negotiated unemployment benefits on a moderate basis to satisfy centrists such as Senator Joe Manchin, who anxious that so much Larger packages can heat the economy.
"That means the mortgage can get paid", Bidensaid. The current 300 dollars per week payments expire on March 14 and Democrats want the bill on Biden's desk by then to avert a lapse.
Closing in on final approval of one of the biggest US anti-poverty measures since the 1960s, Democrats aim to enact the massive legislation by Sunday, when enhanced federal unemployment benefits are set to expire.
The Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget, a nonpartisan watchdog group, said in a statement that while experts across the political spectrum have raised concerns about the size of the package, it could ultimately cost twice as much.
Biden also said the only place the dogs are not allowed is on the furniture, though she admitted to catching Major on the couch. The first lady last month said she was focusing on helping the dogs readjust to their new life.
The decision is "good news for older people who are waiting for a vaccination", German Health Minister Jens Spahn said. But the European Commission signalled in February that the export controls would only be used "in very limited cases".
In an email to MyStratfordNow.com, an SPH official says the variant is B.1.1.7., which was originally discovered in the UK. Hancock said: "The best evidence is that this person stayed at home and there is no evidence of onward transmission".
He stressed the importance of peaceful coexistence and the preservation of Iraq's almost 2,000-year-old Christian community. Raed Adil Kelo, parish priest of the Church of the Annunciation in the onetime de-facto IS capital.
Hunt, who served as foreign secretary while Zaghari was in jail, claimed that Iran's actions were "totally and utterly inhumane". Her lawyer told Iran's Emtedad news website how she has been charged with "propaganda against the establishment".
According to a royal correspondent, the Queen is "keeping calm" and "carrying on" amid the Duke of Edinburgh's hospitalisation. In 2011, he was rushed to a hospital by helicopter after suffering chest pains and was treated for a blocked coronary artery.
The letter is signed by the chairs of the Senate Finance, Budget and Banking committees, as well as California Democratic Sen. Manchin, to get the package across the finish line in the Senate . "And that's just what we're going to do".
Five of the drones were headed towards Saudi Arabia, the colonel added, but did not specify any locations within the kingdom. AFP reported plumes of smoke rising over Sanaa because of the air strikes, which numbered seven according to the Houthis.
Schraner Burgener also told the council that the situation in Myanmar was moving toward "an acute humanitarian crisis". This ban was following the US tech giant's decision to ban all pages linked to Myanmar's army.
Evidence from fossils and DNA indicates that Neanderthals and homo sapiens had a common ancestor about 600,000 years ago. Greg Abbott announced Tuesday that it was "now time to open Texas 100 percent", citing the economic impact of the virus.
CDC shares guidelines on post COVID vaccine activities
She added, "Everyone, including those who are vaccinated, should continue with all mitigation strategies when in public settings". William Schaffner, who said masks "work" and play a key role in fighting virus variants.
Canada approves Johnson & Johnson's one-dose COVID-19 vaccine
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Canada has an agreement with Johnson & Johnson for 10 million doses between now and September. Rick Hillier says the single-dose vaccine is ideal for reaching people who are harder to book for a second appointment.
Police uncover 'possible plot' by militia to breach Capitol
Meanwhile, the Capitol Police disclosed the existence of intelligence of a "possible plot" by a militia group to breach the U.S. Police announced Wednesday increased security at the Capitol amid new potential threats to lawmakers and the Capitol complex.