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.
Gerrity's Supermarket accuses a woman of carrying out a "very twisted prank" amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Stores like Kroger and Walmart will be installing sneeze guards at their checkout counters.
Boeing and major U.S. carriers are struggling with the turmoil wrought by coronavirus and are pushing for lawmakers to bail them out.
Dan Marcotte and his girlfriend, who live in Lake County in British Columbia, were filmed with two shopping carts of meat at a Save-on-Foods store.
Corporate leaders have a big opportunity to prove that they meant their promise—or to prove the naysayers right.
Amazon is hiring 100,000 new employees and there are new vacancies at grocery stores across the U.S.
The Michigan Attorney General's office said it had sent a cease and desist letter to Menards after receiving complaints about masks, bleach, and other items being sold at high prices.
Blizzard Activision games are having trouble with their server status Tuesday evening.
Irma's Southwest in Houston were grateful for the kindness of a stranger.
The Oriental Wok restaurant in Fort Mitchell posted a picture of the generous tip on its Facebook page, revealing that a customer had left a $1,000 tip on a meal costing $64.74.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) advises Americans to be prepared for the possibility of a COVID-19 outbreak in their community.
A police department in Newport, Oregon has recently urged people to stop calling 911 when they run out of toilet paper amid the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Infections of COVID-19 continue to spread across the U.S., with more than 2,170 cases and the death toll believed to be at least 50. Here is a round-up of the latest news about the outbreak.
The potato chip was invented in 1853 and is one of the most popular snacks in the U.S. today.
"The scale of impact is still unknown, and we want to do our part to protect our community especially while testing availability is unknown," read a statement from the company.
Stores in Washington and California say local Asian communities are concerned for their safety.
The company providing prepped responses to give customers who asked about the coronavirus.
Banks told Newsweek they have no new coronavirus policies on mortgage forbearance, but there are existing options available to any of those struggling financially because of the health emergency.
Some insurance companies have been adjusting their policies in view of the outbreak, but travelers should check with their airlines, hotels and travel agents before filing a claim with insurers.
The zombie network was linked to a slew of malicious activity over the years, including pump-and-dump stock scams, fake pharmaceutical spam email, Russian dating scams, and ransomware.
Over the past weekend, multiple fights broke out in supermarkets over toilet paper.
Users of the car service app Uber are reporting outages around the world, including not being able to login to the app.
The previous recall affected 696,000 vehicles in the U.S.
A customer at the restaurant in Evansville, Indiana, asked to be served by a white staff member in an alleged racist incident that Olive Garden is investigating.
"It was meant to be a lighthearted joke - not a rejection," a Biden spokesman later said, clarifying that his remarks weren't meant to be taken seriously. "We appreciate the vote of anyone repelled by Donald Trump."
As the spread of coronavirus increases, travelers are forgoing—or thinking about forgoing—traveling altogether. Here's how airlines and travelers are reacting to the virus outbreak.
Shoppers across the country have reported empty shelves at various retailers which have run out of supplies including face masks, disinfectants, water and toilet paper.
The owner of a Mexican restaurant in Cincinnati sat down with two elderly men with special needs and prepared their fajitas for them.