An actor from North Texas best known for his role as the Red Power Ranger in the iconic 1990s TV show was among 18 people indicted Thursday in a federal Paycheck Protection Program fraud case.
Parents are scouring store shelves in search of baby formula. A recall and supply chain issues have caused shortages nationwide.
The Trump administration allegedly approved a multi-million dollar CARES Act loan to a trucking company ineligible for the money and involved in a Department of Justice fraud lawsuit.
Dr. Anthony Fauci said COVID-19 infections and deaths are at a lower level in the U.S., but people should still get 'intermittently' vaccinated.
Residents lined up for throat swabs across Beijing as mass testing was expanded to 11 city districts. Beijing has a total of 92 virus cases since an outbreak was discovered five days ago.
President Joe Biden settled for much less in the package despite warnings that the government was running out of money to keep pace with the continued spread of COVID-19 in the U.S.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said that they will leave it up to vacationers to decide whether they feel safe getting on a ship. The cruise-line industry is happy about the move.
The Human Milk Banking Association of North America said it is in urgent need of donor breast milk which is essential to “saving the most vulnerable babies’ lives.”
U.S. job growth blew past expectations in January, as the economy brushed off a record-breaking surge in COVID-19 cases nationwide that threatened to sideline millions of workers and kept many consumers at home.
How does a four-day workweek sound? The coronavirus pandemic has changed the way many people work, and a California lawmaker has introduced a bill that could eventually make a shorter workweek a reality.
As interest in celebrating Valentine’s Day gradually declines, companies are giving consumers a chance to opt-out of those marketing emails that seem to bombard your inbox any time a holiday approaches.
The American economy bounced back last year with resilience from 2020′s brief but devastating coronavirus recession.
The Labor Department reported Thursday that jobless claims fell by 30,000 to 260,000 last week, slightly less than the 265,000 analysts were expecting.
The Biden administration has officially withdrawn a rule that would have required workers at big companies to get vaccinated or face regular COVID testing requirements.
Jobless claims rose for the third straight week — by 55,000 to 286,000, highest since mid-October, the Labor Department reported Thursday.
The Independent Restaurant Coalition is asking for Congress to replenish the Restaurant Revitalization Fund to help restaurants and bars still struggling to stay afloat during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Most of that figure comes from unemployment fraud. The Labor Department reported about $87 billion in unemployment benefits could have been paid improperly, with a significant portion attributable to fraud.
Governor Tony Evers is investing $30 million to help people in need. The money is going to two organizations that help feed Wisconsinites.
Chair Jerome Powell said that the Federal Reserve will consider acting more quickly to dial back its ultra-low-interest rate policies to counter higher inflation.
The number of childless adults between 18 and 49 years of age who have chosen to not have children in the future has increased 7% since the Pew Research Center conducted the same survey in 2018.