As employers adjust to work-from-home requirements, new liabilities can arise that human resources managers have not traditionally had to consider.
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There is currently no vaccine or specific treatment for COVID-19.
The United States Food and Drug Administration released a modified set of guidelines for blood donors on Thursday.
A quarter of Americans earning $50,000 to $100,000 would also run out of savings within three months if they were unemployed.
History shows how the term patient zero leads to blame and scapegoating.
Residents of Georgia and Mississippi are expected on Friday to join millions of others across the U.S. under orders to stay at home to help stem the spread of COVID-19.
New research from experts at the California Institute of Technology suggests atoms in small boxes of light — optical cavities — could soon "form the backbone technology" of a futuristic internet.
The company has brought in several measures to reward staff and protect them and customers during the COVID-19 outbreak.
"Our estimates can be applied to any country to inform decisions around the best containment policies for COVID-19," said Professor Azra Ghani of Imperial College London.
The World Health Organization advises against the general public wearing masks unless they are sick or caring for those infected.
What do two Americans who are classical musicians do while quarantined in their newly adopted home in Italy? Play a nightly concert on their balcony, of course. It's a gift for their Italian neighbors, but they also have a strong message for Americans, too.
The two viruses are nowhere similar—but the fight against ebola holds valuable insights for the fight we're in today, and the fights to come.
"Call of Duty: Modern Warfare'' update 1.18 adds the Talon Operator, a new map and four new Warzone guns. Read the full patch notes here.
Amid the all-time high of more than three million people who applied for unemployment insurance last week, Congress and the Trump administration plan to provide recipients with an extra $600 per week for up to four months.
A total of 64 U.S. citizens were on board the return leg of an ICE removal flight on Wednesday.
The Bucs used the "TB x TB" slogan last week when they announced the signing of the six-time Super Bowl champion on Twitter.
The Pentagon has announced its first case, a Marine stationed at the department's headquarters in Arlington, Virginia.
"Borderlands 3" Guns, Love, and Tentacles has finally arrived alongside a substantial update. Read the full patch notes here.
"Taking large doses of vitamin C tablets would be very unlikely to protect you from COVID-19—unless you were actually vitamin C deficient," Prof. Peter McCaffery told Newsweek.
In normal times, getting laid off is stressful. But now, amid the coronavirus pandemic, it's a nightmare. These steps will help ease the financial strain, from navigating unemployment benefits to getting a break from creditors.
Is Big Brother still watching? With "continuous evaluation" slowed down by the coronavirus pandemic, U.S. counterintelligence may fail to spot the next Edward Snowden.
The U.S. economy is on the cusp of a deep recession as millions of workers are laid off because of the coronavirus crisis.
Fifty-four percent of workers said that if the virus caused them to miss work for two weeks, they would no longer get paid.
In response to the news, some have called for an outright prohibition on stock ownership by members of Congress.
Planned Parenthood has warned that during a public health crisis, such as COVID-19, funding could be invaluable.
Computer models have been used to predict the global impacts of a national food crisis similar to the 1930s Dust Bowl.