The social network's new Reels feature on Instagram is launching as TikTok faces scrutiny in Washington over its Chinese ownership.
Postings for entry-level positions popular with new college grads fell by 73%, compared with before COVID-19 hit. And for those in the class of 2020 who have landed jobs, it's been a strange journey.
A lawsuit alleging that TikTok collects and sends American users' data to China could cost the company hundreds of millions of dollars. TikTok denies the allegations.
Thousands of foreign workers who entered the U.S. on temporary work visas received $1,200 pandemic stimulus checks in error, and many of them are spending the money in their home countries.
For more than a century, food has been getting more abundant, and cheaper. Yet people keep worrying about food shortages. Some economists say the fears actually create their own problems.
As people turn to "comfort fashion" during the pandemic, the Birkenstock shoe company, founded in 1774, is seeing its sandals spike in popularity.
Some states face record-breaking deficits because of the coronavirus pandemic. We asked local reporters across the country to tell us what could be on the chopping block in your state.
Viral conspiracy theories are dangerous, and maybe profitable.
The U.S. operation of video-sharing app TikTok is on the market. President Trump says the company that owns the app has to sell it by next month or he will ban it over national security concerns.
Some executives are holding meetings inside virtual game rooms. Robbing a bank in Grand Theft Auto or going to a concert in Minecraft — the games offer a creative space where people can brainstorm.
More than 400 evangelical churches and ministries each received forgivable loans worth at least $1 million.
The coronavirus pandemic has wreaked havoc in fashion retail, leaving a growing number of storied brands on the brink. Lord & Taylor and Jos. A. Bank are among the latest to declare bankruptcy.
"Chicken or beef?" A leading Israeli airline food company, which is struggling with most flights grounded, is selling its meals to the public as a low-cost delivery option during the pandemic.
More than 2,000 newspapers have shut down in recent years, and some regions have become news deserts. Washington Post columnist Margaret Sullivan says the collapse of local news undermines democracy.
During the coronavirus pandemic, states have struggled with staggering revenue losses and budget shortfalls. Here's what is happening in Nebraska.