COVID-19 safeguards have created a black market for gyms.
Federal and state eviction bans, put in place during the pandemic, have lapsed. President Trump's executive order to prevent evictions isn't enough and Congress needs to act, housing activists say.
More than 5 million people in the U.S. are diagnosed with COVID-19. Federal and state eviction bans, put in place after the coronavirus, are lapsing. And, a media mogul in Hong Kong has been arrested.
Neel Kashkari, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, is calling for a six-week lockdown to save lives and the economy.
While U.S. employers added 1.8 million jobs in July, the pace of hiring was slower than a month earlier. And with tens of millions still out of work, it could be a long road back to full employment.
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.
U.S. employers added 1.8 million jobs in July, down from 4.8 million the month before. The unemployment rate inched down to 10.2%.
Gov. Ron DeSantis says the portal was designed to frustrate users, "so people just say, oh, the hell with it, I'm not going to do that." Florida has been among the slowest states to process claims.
Sandy Villatoro, a housekeeper who lost her job in March, doesn't know how she'll pay the bills for her family of four now that the additional $600 weekly in federal aid she was receiving has expired.
As Congress debates whether to renew supplemental unemployment benefits for people thrown out of work by the pandemic, new research shows those benefits offer a critical boost for the U.S. economy.
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.
Budget cuts due to the COVID-19 economic crisis have led the state’s mental health agency to lay off 200 employees.
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.
More than 400 evangelical churches and ministries each received forgivable loans worth at least $1 million.