Monday is the start of a brief session for Congress in which it could pass a new coronavirus stimulus bill.
Both President Donald Trump and President-elect Joe Biden have said they want Congress to cut a deal.
Democrats and Republicans have for months fought over the details of funding packages of $500 billion to more than $2 trillion.
Democrats have championed a comprehensive package with unemployment relief, while the GOP has favored a smaller bill tightly focused on helping businesses.
Congress is reconvening on Monday, presenting a chance to pass a stimulus bill to inject more cash into the US economy.
Republicans and Democrats have for months been deadlocked over a new coronavirus relief bill, despite pressure from President Donald Trump and President-elect Joe Biden to cut a deal.
Biden has called on Congress to act urgently and pass the Democrats' relief bill. »