Austin Apartments Association Executive VP Emily Blair joins FOX 7's John Krinjak on what the end of the federal eviction moratorium means for renters in Central Texans.
Millions of Americans are at risk of losing their homes now that the federal eviction moratorium has expired.
Tenants saddled with months of back rent are facing the end of the federal eviction moratorium on July 31, a move that could lead to millions being forced from their homes.
A lawsuit alleges the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department misspent more than $4.6 million in federal coronavirus relief funding.
A nationwide eviction moratorium for renters is set to expire Saturday night, after the House of Representatives adjourned for August recess without passing an extension.
Scarlett Johansson is suing the Walt Disney Co. over its streaming release of “Black Widow." Disney said the lawsuit has “no merit whatsoever.”
GA-38 combines several existing COVID-19 executive orders with the goal of providing clarity and uniformity on Texas's pandemic response.
According to data released by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, workers have been leaving their jobs at restaurants and hotels at the highest rate in decades.
The White House announced that a nationwide ban on evictions will expire July 31, saying its hands are tied and called on Congress to extend it.
Walt Disney World says face coverings will be required in certain parts of the park, starting July 30.
Twitter has reportedly closed its offices in San Francisco and New York, effective immediately.
Refunds by direct deposit will begin July 28 and refunds by paper check will begin July 30.
Atlanta-based Delta Air Lines says business is soaring post-lockdown, and the company is hiring thousands of workers to keep up with demand.
Employers are beginning to put COVID-19 vaccine requirements into place and it’s getting attention.
A Houston resident has pleaded guilty to a scheme to fraudulently sell 50 million non-existent N95 facemasks to the Australian government, according to officials.
An opinion posted on Monday by Justice Department lawyers states that federal law does not prohibit public agencies and private businesses from mandating COVID-19 vaccines under emergency use authorization.
The San Francisco County Transportation Authority is once again eyeing a tax on drivers in the busiest parts of the city's downtown, and has launched a study into a so-called "congestion pricing" plan as traffic begins to pick up following 2020's pandemic-induced lull.
In experiments across the country, dozens of cities and counties are giving some low-income residents a guaranteed income of $500 to $1,000 each month to do with as they please, and tracking what happens.
The number of jobless claims increased last week to 419,000, the most in two months, from a pandemic low of 368,000 during the previous week.
A Change.org petition calling on Congress to send additional $2,000 monthly economic stimulus checks to U.S. families is nearing its goal of three million signatures.