Lawmakers have urged the Biden administration to extend the current student loan payment pause past the end of August.
High gas prices plus supply-chain shortages and long-term pandemic effects are impacting food banks nationwide.
The state has spent around $4 billion on the operations; the Washington Post has reported that around $1 billion in coronavirus aid was used.
Homes in 97% of cities in America are overvalued, according to Moody’s Analytics, with the most overvalued markets seeing homes priced at 50% to 70% more than they’re worth. But how long will this last?
The shortages caused major retailers including Target, Walmart, Walgreens and CVS to place limits on how much customers can purchase at one time.
A new report shows Texas' unemployment claims have only gotten higher since the start of the coronavirus crisis.
An average of 36.8% of the workforce was back in offices during the fourth week of February in 10 major U.S. cities monitored by Kastle Systems, which tracks building access-card swipes.
The Trump administration allegedly approved a multi-million dollar CARES Act loan to a trucking company ineligible for the money and involved in a Department of Justice fraud lawsuit.
Dr. Anthony Fauci said COVID-19 infections and deaths are at a lower level in the U.S., but people should still get 'intermittently' vaccinated.
Residents lined up for throat swabs across Beijing as mass testing was expanded to 11 city districts. Beijing has a total of 92 virus cases since an outbreak was discovered five days ago.
Online retail giant Amazon announced the company will introduce a surcharge to help offset rising costs.
Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo’s Chief of Staff Alex Triantaphyllis, Wallis Nader and Aaron Dunn are facing felony criminal indictments in connection to the $11 million COVID-19 communication contract awarded last year to Elevate Strategies.
U.S. inflation soared 8.5% over the past 12 months, the biggest spike since December 1981.
A compromise $10 billion measure buttressing the government’s COVID-19 defenses has stalled in the Senate and seemed all but certainly sidetracked for weeks, victim of a campaign-season fight over the incendiary issue of immigration.
The grocer Smart and Final has agreed to pay $175,000 in penalties to settle allegations of price gouging during the COVID-19 pandemic, state prosecutors said Tuesday.
U.S. student loan payments were scheduled to resume on May 1 after being halted since early in the COVID-19 pandemic.
President Joe Biden settled for much less in the package despite warnings that the government was running out of money to keep pace with the continued spread of COVID-19 in the U.S.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said that they will leave it up to vacationers to decide whether they feel safe getting on a ship. The cruise-line industry is happy about the move.
President Joe Biden received his second COVID-19 booster while asking Congress for more funding and rolling out a new website.
In the first full year of COVID-19, 10 major cities including New York, Los Angeles, and Chicago experienced the greatest population losses in the nation, according to U.S. Census Bureau data.