As the coronavirus continues to transform a vast swath of the economy, it's becoming evident that millions of Americans face the prospect of a permanent job loss that will force some to seek work with new industries or in new occupations.
While Congress is deadlocked on another coronavirus relief package that's widely expected to include a second stimulus check, millions of Americans are still awaiting the arrival of their first $1,200 cash payment.
The financial pressures of the still-employed come against the backdrop of a catastrophic toll of layoffs.
U.S. Postal Service officials warned that the agency could lose more than $20 billion over two years.
The airline said it will be prioritizing high-touch areas like tray tables and lavatories.
Russia is boasting that it’s about to be the first country to approve a COVID-19 vaccine, with mass vaccinations planned as early as October using shots that are yet to complete clinical trials.
The City of Milwaukee has cracked down on an illegal rooming house on the city's south side. It's residents, unaware of building violations, were evicted -- some of whom had nowhere to go.
Alaska Airlines has intensified its mask mandate as the coronavirus pandemic continues, requiring all passengers over the age of 2 to wear a facial covering — with no exceptions.
A recent report from the American Society of Nephrology said preliminary data indicates that up to 30% of hospitalized coronavirus patients develop kidney failure.
Akeem Spence isn't a player that's ever made the big NFL money. Despite that, the former Buccaneers defensive tackle is giving up his chance to play for an eighth season.
The Muskego Area of Chamber of Commerce is moving forward with an event that typically draws thousands. During the pandemic, one business owner worries it is not the right decision.
The IRS will begin rectifying economic impact payment amounts for individuals who may not have received all that they were eligible for – and households can expect to receive the extra cash within the coming weeks.
Around the country, across industries and occupations, millions of Americans thrown out of work because of the coronavirus are straining to afford the basics now that an extra $600 a week in federal unemployment benefits has expired.
The releases also are causing consternation as probation officers and community organizations scramble to provide housing, transportation and other services for inmates who may pose a public health risk because several hundred have been paroled while still contagious.
The former first lady opened up about protests and the coronavirus pandemic in the second episode of “The Michelle Obama Podcast.”
Good teachers make learning sweet, inspiring Krispy Kreme to treat educators with free food next week.
Nearly 1.2 million laid-off Americans applied for state unemployment benefits last week, evidence that the coronavirus keeps forcing companies to slash jobs just as a critical $600 weekly federal jobless payment has expired.
The Racine Common Council will vote on whether to extend the city's mask mandate, business restrictions and emergency declaration until New Year's Eve.
Noah's Ark Waterpark has been closed for the season, citing COVID-19 concerns.
The airline announced its commitment to blocking middle seats through at least Oct. 15 to help maintain social distancing in the fight against coronavirus.