A COVID-19 legal complaint tracker shows the governors in California, Illinois, Montana and New Mexico face 20 or more legal challenges each related to the pandemic, as well.
"Musk makes a big deal about giving workers shares of stock in the firm. What he doesn't say is he's threatened to take away stock if workers exercise their legal right to form a union," Reich said.
Jeff Timmer criticized the president's actions amid the COVID-19 pandemic, in a scathing letter issued upon his visit to Michigan.
Figures released this month show that 11.5 million people who lost their jobs from the coronavirus pandemic are still out of work.
"Can't decide between a Subaru or a Tesla," tweeted Monica Lewinsky on Thursday, prompting a response from Tesla founder Elon Musk.
This will be Trump's first campaign event in the battleground state since his rally in Battle Creek late last year. Here's how to tune in.
Without federal relief in September, 36 percent of small businesses will have to lay employees off or cut their hours.
"Raised By Wolves" is the new HBO Max show from Ridley Scott—and fans have been looking for links between the timelines of his new show and his movie classics like "Alien" and "Blade Runner."
Did The Atlantic inadvertently make the case to regulate "dark journalism" like "dark money?"
President Donald Trump said Wednesday that Bob Woodard's book about the Trump White House "sounds like it's not gonna be good."
In a column for Duke's student-run media organization, a senior suggested that bars and parties aren't necessary to beat the "pandemic blues," and that having a few drinks and walking around could help capture some of that college excitement.
Joe Biden blasted rival President Donald Trump during a speech in Michigan on Wednesday just hours after it was revealed that Trump admitted he initially tried to downplay the threat of the coronavirus that has now killed 190,000 Americans.
"I can't wait to get back to work and back to our studio," the television personality said.
Among the lowest paid jobs are numerous positions considered "essential" during the early days of the ongoing COVID-19 epidemic.
President Donald Trump is extending and expanding an offshore drilling ban that protects Florida's Gulf Coastline—a reversal from his administration's previous support for opening more of the country's coasts to oil and gas production.
"It's seen as a dog whistle. It's not just about crime," one historian said of the law and order message.
"The usual narrative that immigrants hurt American workers appears exactly backwards," said Benjamin Jones, a professor at the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and the Republicans are set to unveil their own COVID-19 relief package proposal and are set to hold a vote on it this week.
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Flight attendants, firefighters, nurses, and customer service representatives. For many, these type of jobs presents a serious issue - the inability to get proper sleep.
The Democrat-media cabal is clearly starting to worry that President Trump might be re-elected.
Trump accused Pentagon leaders Monday of pushing for conflicts solely to keep defense contractors happy.
The partisan divide on what steps to take on stimulus looks set only to widen, with the Senate expected to turn focus to another relief bill.
Burnout in therapists and psychiatrists is not new, but there is something different with COVID-19. Therapists should be prioritizing themselves, too, or there is a risk of becoming depressed and also needing treatment.
Mike Pence praised President Donald Trump as the "best friend American workers have ever had."
As Americans celebrate Labor Day, many of the nation's largest unions have already endorsed candidates for November's presidential election.
An influencer house made up of a meditation coach, an e-commerce consultant, an actor, models, and fitness trainers, has been described as "the most LA thing I've ever heard."
A story worth telling on this Labor Day.