The Senate has easily approved a bipartisan coronavirus relief bill that was recently passed by the House. The vote was 90-8. The sweeping measure includes free coronavirus testing, paid sick leave for workers who need it, a boost in unemployment benefits and food assistance. House Democrats said the goal of their bill was to put "families first." President Trump has said he will sign the relief bill. Meantime, Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said the Senate will accelerate work on a massive economic stimulus package.