The Democratic presidential candidate commented that it's easier for status quo forces to maintain a broken system than to fix it.
As employers adjust to work-from-home requirements, new liabilities can arise that human resources managers have not traditionally had to consider.
Increasing Congress' oversight ability of coronavirus relief packages faces hurdles, including fierce accusations from Republicans of injecting partisan politics into a global health crisis—tension that could exacerbate talks as Democrats push for more aid amid skyrocketing unemployment numbers.
Newsweek shines a light on the hidden heroes who are continuing their work in the midst of the COVID-19 outbreak.
In both cases there is a curve that must be flattened in order to avoid the worst outcomes, and in both cases disinformation is readily ramped up and must be countered.
While non-essential businesses like dine-in restaurants and bars will be closed, essential services like post offices and banks will remain open.
Tests in mice and humans suggest too much salt can dampen the body's response to infection. A healthy diet, sleep, exercise and reducing stress may help the immune system function.
"Fortnite" update 12.30 has been released, bringing the Crash Pad and Kingsman Umbrella to Battle Royale. Get the unofficial patch notes here.
The economic relief plan for American workers, businesses and hospitals is now expected to be passed by the House on Friday and signed by President Trump.
Supermarkets are running out of toilet paper as people continue to stockpile. An online calculator helps you work out how much you need to limit hoarding.
"While we have seen only a few usage peaks, we have measures in place to automatically adjust our system to use less network capacity," a YouTube spokesperson told Newsweek.
"The pace of the scientific research has been really at a breathtaking speed," says Angela Rasmussan, a virologist and research scientist at Columbia University. "It's unprecedented."
With two members now carrying coronavirus and at least a dozen more potentially infected, lawmakers' calls for Congress to shut down entirely and work remotely have been amplified.
What if all the Constitutional successors are incapacitated? Standby orders were issued more than three weeks ago to protect Washington and also prepare for the possibility of some form of martial law.
Nearly 32.5 million students have been hit by school closures, as the outbreak continues across the country.
The central bank also urged banks to supply credit to the economy through the elimination of reserve requirements.
You kids may think your challenges are far greater than those other generations have faced. No, They're not. And here's why.
The analysis by the Economic Policy Institute posits that Medicare for all "would be unambiguously positive" for the labor market.
Researchers found that while glyphosate "resistance" was seen in some ponds, it came at a cost.
An invisibility suit may be a ways off, but physicists have developed methods that could theoretically produce cloaking technology. We spoke to an expert to learn more and find out how to protect ourselves from fictional evil scientists.
"Fortnite" update 12.0 is live with huge changes for Chapter 2 Season 2. See the new map and learn about the new locations in the patch notes.
The American people don't want a partial withdrawal. They want a final end to a chapter that should have been closed long ago.
The yellow-footed antechinus is a marsupial has a rare and unusual mating behavior known as "male semelparity."
A Holland America Line cruise ship has been unable to dock for almost two weeks, despite having no reported cases of the virus.
"I'll continue to fight to affirm equality and justice for all Americans and use Congress's oversight powers to address the rampant racism, misogyny, and xenophobia of this White House," Pressley said.