Following the latest jobs report data, which showed a significant slowdown in job growth for April, many states are considering terminating pandemic fueled unemployment benefits early.
US retail sales flat, inflation fears on the rise
The Labor Department reported 473,000 new seasonally adjusted claims for jobless benefits made in the week ended May 8, fewer than expected and 34,000 less than the previous week's upwardly revised level.
While wholesale prices and food costs increase, experts say it's to be expected when coming out of a recession.
New masking guidelines from the CDC are causing some concern since many Americans aren’t going to be required to prove their vaccination status before going maskless.
The World Health Organization issued a grim warning on Friday that the second year of Covid-19 was set to be "far more deadly", as Japan extended a state of emergency amid growing calls for the Olympics to be scrapped.
There’s a good reason why some Americans who were eligible for the third stimulus check haven’t yet received it.
Dr. Fauci said he is not ready to "declare victory" over the virus, saying that the new CDC mask guidelines are "a step in the direction that we want to go."
President Biden said the Republicans met with him in "good faith," but Sen. Mitch McConnell seemed to suggest there was no room for cooperation.
The FDA gave the Pfizer COVID vaccine authorization for children ages 12 to 15 on Wednesday, and these five retailers are ready to deliver.
Boeing on Thursday said it had received approval from US regulators for a fix to an electrical problem that has grounded more than 100 737 MAX planes globally since early April.
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