House Democrats from New York urged JPMorgan Chase in a letter to refund overdraft fees collected during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A record 80.5 million Americans were enrolled in Medicaid or CHIP by January 2021 amid the COVID-19 pandemic, government data shows.
The U.S. extended restrictions with Canada and Mexico land borders on non-essential travel through July 21 amid the ongoing effort to limit COVID-19.
A new report finds that Latinas have left the workforce at rates higher than any other demographic and also have had some of the highest unemployment rates throughout the pandemic.
The Labor Department said jobless claims in the U.S. rose 37,000 from the week before to 412,000, an increase for the first time since April.
More than 4 million people say they fear being evicted or foreclosed upon in the coming months just as two studies released Wednesday found that the nation's housing availability and affordability crisis is expected to worsen significantly following the pandemic.
The number of Americans claiming unemployment benefits fell for the sixth straight week as the U.S. economy reopens rapidly from pandemic woes.
A federal judge will hear arguments Thursday in Florida’s bid to block federal restrictions on cruise ships during the COVID-19 pandemic, while U.S. Department of Justice attorneys point to a return to cruising by mid-summer.
Florida restaurants are fighting to rebound after a tough year for the industry. A recent drop in jobless claims and the busy summer travel season is setting up the industry for a return to normal faster than some expected.
Barely more than a year after the coronavirus caused the steepest economic fall and job losses on record, the speed of the rebound has been so unexpectedly swift that many companies can’t fill jobs or acquire enough supplies to meet a pent-up burst of customer demand.
So far, over 2 million people have signed an online Change.org petition calling for recurring $2,000 per month payments.
U.S. employers in May added 559,000 jobs, which was better than April but still a sign that many companies are struggling to find enough workers.
A mediator declared an impasse in talks aimed at resolving a battle between Florida and the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention about restrictions on cruise ships during the COVID-19 pandemic, Gov. Ron DeSantis’ office said Thursday.
Walmart and AT&T teamed up to offer affordable internet to those affected by the COVID-19 pandemic through the FCC’s Emergency Broadband Benefit Program.
There is some indication that a compromise may be in sight when it comes to vaccine requirements aboard ships.
Disney Cruise Line confirmed to FOX 35 on Tuesday that they will do a test cruise from Port Canaveral on June 29th.
Employers in Florida could soon see more applications. Starting Tuesday, if you want to receive unemployment benefits, you must submit at least five applications each week and register with local career source centers.
Carnival will first set sail from Texas' Port of Galveston, Florida's Port Miami and Port Canaveral.
Gov. Ron DeSantis isn’t wavering from his anti-vaccination “passport” stance as a cruise line has received federal approval to set sail from a Florida port next month, if passengers and crew members are vaccinated against COVID-19.
The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits dropped last week to 406,000, a new pandemic low and evidence that the job market is strengthening.