In Washington, Congress remains at odds over a COVID relief bill.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says the Senate will vote on a $500 billion aid package when it returns Monday.
The Republican-backed bill would include Paycheck Protection Program money, funds for schools and liability protections for businesses.
But House Democrats want a $2.2 trillion proposal that would also give money to state and local governments.
The White House has offered a $1.8 trillion package — an about-face after President Trump said last week negotiations should stop. But Speaker Nancy Pelosi has said the White House's offer still falls short.