While a lot of people who received the third stimulus check could really use it, unfortunately, some people may have to return the $1,400.
Pack your bags: A program in West Virginia announced it will pay remote workers $12,000 to move to the Mountain State.
The number of Americans applying for unemployment benefits fell sharply last week to 576,000, a hopeful sign that layoffs are easing as the economy recovers from the pandemic recession.
The Port of Galveston is pushing hard to get cruise ships sailing from the island again after being idled by the pandemic.
The act would reportedly revoke the CDC's current no-sail order on cruises and require the agency to provide guidance for cruises to resume safely.
LinkedIn is rolling out a variety of updates, which includes adding “stay-at-home mom/dad/parent” as official job titles to better explain career gaps.
With just a simple phone call, loved ones can apply for reimbursement for COVID-19 funeral expenses. Here are all the details from FEMA on how to apply.
Three Inland Empire women were arrested and charged this week for illegally obtaining COVID-related unemployment benefits in names of prison inmates and scamming the California Employment Development Department out of a combined $1.2 million, federal prosecutors allege.
President Joe Biden is releasing his wish list for the federal budget, which includes an 8.4% increase in discretionary spending with substantial gains for education, health care, housing and environmental protection.
However, the new cancellations exclude sailings onboard Quantum, Spectrum, Voyager, Anthem, Adventure, Vision, Jewel, and Odyssey of the Seas.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency will begin offering $9,000 to families who lost loved ones to COVID-19 in a massive effort to retroactively reimburse them for funeral costs. Applications for the money will open up on Monday.
The number of Americans applying for unemployment benefits rose last week to 744,000, signaling that many employers are still cutting jobs.
Beginning April 23, San Francisco Opera will present The Barber of Seville for drive-in audiences. Eleven performances are scheduled for the Marin County fairgrounds in San Rafael.
Libby Cohen with Raise Your Hand Texas joins Rebecca Thomas to talk about the organization's push for federal COVID-19 funding to go to Texas schools.
Investigators and cyber experts say what’s happening in Texas is happening nationwide and may be part of a massive organized effort.
The agency announced Wednesday it will cover up to $9,000 per funeral and that the application for reimbursement will open on Monday, April 12, 2021.
President Joe Biden on Wednesday said he’s open to negotiations on his proposed $2.3 trillion U.S. infrastructure plan that would largely be funded by an increase in corporate taxes.
The Treasury Department says it has issued more than 156 million payments as part of President Joe Biden’s coronavirus relief plan.
Travis County GOP Chairman Matt Mackowiak and Glenn Smith from Progress Texas discuss possible confusion with Abbott's COVID-19 executive orders.
California plans to dissolve its color-coded tier system on June 15 that has for months determined what businesses and activities are permitted in each county, health officials said Tuesday.