Nicholas Wu, Tallahassee Democrat

Nicholas Wu

Tallahassee Democrat

Washington, DC, United States

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Past articles by Nicholas:

Biden starts victory lap on COVID-19 relief bill while preparing for next big legislative push

Biden will make his first address to the nation Thursday, marking one year since the coronavirus pandemic fundamentally changed our lives. → Read More

The COVID-19 relief bill gives families up to $3,600 per child as a tax credit

Under the the American Rescue Plan, families can claim up to $3,600 per child under age 6 and $3,000 for children up to age 17 for one year. → Read More

Live updates: President Joe Biden will sign COVID-19 stimulus package on Friday, head out to promote it

Joe Biden announced his COVID-19 stimulus plan before he even entered office. It's up for a final vote Wednesday in the House. → Read More

$1.9 trillion COVID-19 stimulus bill with $1,400 checks passes House, heads to President Biden for signature

Biden will sign the bill into law Friday, the White House said. He started pushing the measure in January before he took office. → Read More

Live stimulus bill updates: House to begin final debates over COVID-19 stimulus bill

The House of Representatives is poised to pass President Joe Biden's $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief plan with $1,400 checks as early as Tuesday evening. → Read More

President Biden's COVID-19 stimulus bill is on the brink of becoming law. Here's where it stands

The House is likely to pass the bill this week and as early as Tuesday evening, bringing $1,400 checks, billions for vaccines and money for schools. → Read More

Senate passes Biden’s COVID relief bill, sending legislation with $1,400 stimulus checks to House

Joe Biden’s $1.9 trillion COVID-19 stimulus plan survived more than 24 hours of debate in which Republicans challenged key aspects of the bill. → Read More

Live stimulus updates: Senators reach agreement on $300 unemployment benefit after hours of negotiations

Biden and Democratic leaders are pushing for passage before March 14 when unemployment benefits approved under an earlier relief bill expire. → Read More

The Senate is debating Biden's COVID stimulus bill. When can you expect help? Here's what we know.

The bill is currently being considered in the Senate, where Republicans who oppose it are attempting to delay its final passage in the chamber. → Read More


Republican Sen. Ron Johnson forces Senate to read all 628 pages of Biden's COVID bill aloud

Johnson said his tactic was about “educating” the American public on what was in the $1.9 trillion package. The entire process could take 10 hours. → Read More

House cancels Thursday session after police warn of 'possible plot to breach the Capitol'

The threat comes two months after the deadly Jan. 6 riot at the Capitol by supporters of Donald Trump who believed the election was stolen from him. → Read More

Live stimulus updates: Senate braces for marathon debate on Joe Biden's COVID relief plan

Sen. Chuck Schumer said Democrats would be "on track" to pass the bill by March 14, when a federal boost to unemployment benefits expires. → Read More

House passes Joe Biden's COVID relief bill with $1,400 stimulus checks, legislation heads to Senate

The Democratically-controlled House approved Biden's $1.9T COVID relief bill, a key step that would provide many Americans $1,400 stimulus payments. → Read More

Capitol fencing built after riot to cost at least $19 million through March as lawmakers debate future

“They ought to tear these fences down and send them home today," said Sen. Richard Burr, R-N.C. → Read More

The Equality Act with protections for LGBTQ Americans is up for a vote in the House. What is it?

"In many ways," the coming vote showed how Congress was "catching up to the rest of the country" on LGBTQ rights, Rep. David Cicilline said. → Read More

U.S. Capitol riot: Top officials say they did not see FBI warning of calls for violence

Ex-Capitol Police Chief Steven Sund said the FBI's report was received at headquarters the night before the Jan. 6 riot; leadership didn't get it. → Read More

Thomas Jefferson statue, James Madison portrait among artifacts damaged in Capitol riot, officials say

House Curator Farar Elliott will tell lawmakers her department needs at least $25,000 for the emergency repairs of historical artifacts in the Capitol → Read More

'Colossal' breakdown: FBI warning not fully shared before Capitol riot; police lacked training, gear

The FBI's warning that protesters were "preparing for war" did not reach Capitol Police command staff, according to public testimony on the riots. → Read More

Live politics updates: Police officials to testify about Capitol riot at Senate hearing

The current and former leaders of four law enforcement agencies tasked with protecting the U.S. Capitol face questioning from senators Tuesday. → Read More

Congress takes up the COVID-19 relief bill this week, but it faces some hurdles

Democrats hope to pass the $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief package by the middle of March and plan to forge ahead without Republicans. → Read More