Some senators think they'll have to stay in Washington past the Aug. 10 start of their summer recess in order to hammer out a second stimulus package.
There are now three different bills vying to deliver the second round of stimulus checks. Here's how much each bill would give you.
President Trump may be considering executive action to get a stimulus check 2 to working Americans even as relief legislation stalls in Congress.
Millions of people have received their last $600 weekly unemployment stipend from the federal government, and many won't be able to pay their rent without it.
Stimulus check 2 would expand eligibility to include money for college students and older dependents.
Here's how stimulus check 2 will look different — and the same — compared to the first stimulus check.
Stimulus check 2 may be coming in the next stimulus plan, but federal unemployment benefits could drop from $600 to $200 going forward.
Even if Senate Republicans manage to craft a second stimulus-relief package, the House Democrats and Trump White House still have to approve.
The Senate bill for a second round of stimulus will reportedly be for the same amount as the original, but the eligibility requirements could be different.
The second round of stimulus payments may be delayed until late August, as the White House and GOP senators fail to agree on a common plan to present for negotiations with House Democrats.
A top Senate Republican may encourage lawmakers to lean toward stimulus check 2 over a payroll tax cut with negotiations for the next stimulus package underway.
Senate Republicans may extend federal unemployment benefits with a second stimulus package, but weekly payments would be a lot less than the current $600 a week.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin is calling on Congress to approve a stimulus check 2 by the end of July.
August could be a difficult month for millions of Americans as state and federal unemployment benefits stall or expire with no guarantee of additional relief and stimulus check 2 still in limbo.
As senators prepare to return to work next week, House Democrats are putting pressure on lawmakers to pass stimulus check 2 quickly.
Senate GOP leader McConnell said his chamber might try to soon craft its own second-stimulus-payment bill to counter the House's own legislation.
More than 150 economists are urging policymakers to provide recurring stimulus payments until the economy recovers.
Sen. Mitch McConnell says that a second stimulus check could be coming soon, but those making under $40,000 are likely to benefit most.