Roughly 2,000 United Airlines food service workers are worried they might be laid off before the end of the year, despite the airline receiving billions in COVID relief funds and agreeing to pay millions in bonuses to its top executives.
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More and more customers are feeling more comfortable going out to eat, and that's big news for an industry that's been hit hard by the pandemic.
A woman who says she is the direct descendant of a man and woman pictured in some of the earliest known photographs of enslaved people does not have a property interest in the images, now owned by Harvard University, a Massachusetts judge ruled Tuesday.
The greater Phoenix area lost 250,000 jobs since the beginning of the pandemic, but to date, has recovered about 80% of those jobs.
The US economy added 245,000 jobs in November on a seasonally adjusted basis, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported Friday. It was 224,000 fewer than economists had expected, as the job recovery continues to slow.
There is a "building distrust" in public health agencies as the coronavirus pandemic resurges in large parts of the United States, said Dr. Anthony Fauci, the government's leading infectious disease official, in a recent interview.
Hundreds of thousands of women — nearly eight times more than the number of men — dropped out of the US labor force last month, as the pandemi…
Today, the Arizona Peace Officer Standards and Training Board's proposed recommendations to relax past pot use was approved by the Governor's Regulatory Review Council. The new rules won't go into effect until April 2021.
How Germany's economy shrank 10% but the jobless rate barely moved.
United Airlines and the union representing its 13,000 pilots have reached an agreement that could avoid involuntary job cuts for the group, according to the union.