Roughly 38.6 million people have now filed for jobless aid since the coronavirus forced millions of businesses to close their doors and shrink their workforces, the Labor Department said Thursday.
With grocery prices up 2.6% since March and family budgets shrinking, getting the most out of the food you buy is more important than ever.
“The Ross on Tropicana & Fort Apache at 10am was a big nope from me,” Adrian Hernandez wrote on Twitter.
According to data from the breakdown, Texas has 1,219 nursing facilities with 93,561 residents and 99,780 staff, and the state would need 94,780 tests.
The COVID-19 pandemic hurt the economy of Houston's Chinatown even before stay-at-home orders were issued. Now, businesses are struggling to survive as Texas moves on to Phase 2 of reopening.
A recent survey done by Fishbowl, a employee social networking platform, found that the majority of its respondents said they were are working up to 10 more hours at home than they normally would if they were still working from their offices.
Many Justices of the Peace are holding off on eviction hearings for another few weeks, Heather Sullivan shares information renters need to know.
Food donations for hundreds of Houstonians in need continue at NRG Stadium as Gov. Abbott announces the next steps for the state's reopening.
The pay bump will last into the summer, two months longer than originally announced.
When the May 18 reopening goes into effect, Texans are expected to see the partial reopening of gyms, fitness centers, non-essential manufacturers, and offices.
Rep. Crenshaw filed a proposal that would allow Americans to return to their jobs while still collecting the $600 per week unemployment benefit through July 31.
The outlook is hazy for a second cash payment for Americans who have been impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.
Roughly 36 million people have now sought jobless aid in just the two months since the coronavirus first forced businesses to close down and shrink their workforces, the government said Thursday.
Nearly 3 million laid-off workers applied for U.S. unemployment benefits last week as the viral outbreak led more companies to slash jobs even though most states have begun to let some businesses reopen under certain restrictions.
Here are three pieces of advice our advisers are sharing with clients to calm fears amid the current market climate.
A new coronavirus aid package released Tuesday by House Democrats includes $25 billion for the cash-strapped U.S. Postal Service
The United Nations forecast Wednesday that the COVID-19 pandemic will shrink the world economy by 3.2% this year, the sharpest contraction since the Great Depression in the 1930s.
The program opened for tenants to apply at 10 a.m., but by 11:34 the funds were tapped out.
The bonus will be $300 for full-time hourly associates and $150 for part-time hourly and temporary associates, the company said.
The agency will provide up to $1,056 in rental assistance per month to qualified low-to-moderate income people who could not pay their April and/or May rent. Enrollment in the program will be accepted until all available funds have been committed.