Congress approved $47 billion to pay back rent and prevent evictions. But after nearly 10 months, the vast majority of that money has not reached the millions of people who desperately need it.
On Wednesday, the U.S. Education Department said it would temporarily relax some of the program's rules. The changes could lead to loan cancellation for tens of thousands of borrowers.
A businessman from Dallas got a PCR test for the coronavirus at a suburban emergency room. The charge for his test was "egregious" but not illegal, say health care analysts. Here's what happened.
The pop star was forced into psychiatric care — and compelled to pay for it. That could happen to anyone during an episode of serious mental illness, adding a financial threat to the health woes.
A hamster named Mr. Goxx enters one of two tunnels in the his cage, which determines whether he will buy or sell. As of Friday, his portfolio is up nearly 20%, according to his Twitter account.
Online stock trading has taken off, bolstered by easy apps and lower prices. Now, a community of young investors have a new strategy: looking for stock tips from members of Congress.
Signs of slowdown are everywhere after huge increases in vacation bookings, traveling and eating out earlier this year. Southwest Airlines, Airbnb and restaurants are starting to see a pullback.
Sources tell NPR that the Biden administration is close to announcing its pick to run the Federal Housing Finance Agency, which oversees the $11 trillion mortgage market.
The American dream of owning a small home with a backyard is being put on hold. In 1982, 40% of houses built were entry-level homes. By 2019, the annual share had fallen to 7%.
Think you know your index funds from your junk bonds? It's time to find out! Eight questions stand between you and a diploma-like certificate of completion for Summer School Season 2.
In recent years, several worker deaths have been linked to grueling "996" schedules, which are common in the tech industry. The label is shorthand for working 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. for six days in a row.
To realign the man's jaw and ease his chronic pain and high blood pressure, he would need two operations, the surgeon said. Both procedures went well, but the patient was shocked by the second bill.
More than 7 million Americans are behind on their rent but money from Congress to pay back-rent and prevent evictions isn't reaching many people who need it. We want to hear from you.
Millions more people than expected joined the ranks of the retired in the pandemic. While some did so joyfully, others were reluctant or had no choice.
More than 20 historically Black colleges have used the CARES Act to wipe out their students' outstanding tuition balances. Erasing their debt, HBCU leaders say, benefits the students, and the school.