Maryland Governor Larry Hogan said that although the state was reopening, residents "must remain vigilant so we can keep Maryland open for business."
Students at colleges across the U.S. are petitioning their schools to reduce tuition costs for online-only courses, accusing admins of exploiting unused fees and operating like "capitalist businesses."
U.S. companies have pitched in, in droves, to help citizens and frontline workers during the deadly spread of coronavirus. Here are 50—from Coca-Coca and Airbnb to Tory Burch and Spanx—that stepped up.
A Minneapolis pizza restaurant has suspended its police discount and said: "The discount was a privilege we extended to them, it is not a right."
The case, brought by seven stateside businesses against the Democratic governor, is just one of several cases challenging her power to issue public health orders.
Billionaire entrepreneur Mark Cuban said to help stimulate the economy during the ongoing coronavirus epidemic, the government should issue a "use it or lose it" debit card so that households can make purchases from businesses that are struggling to stay afloat amidst statewide closedowns.
"To me, it is not really a choice," business owner Cat Thibodeau said. "If I don't open now I am not going to be able to pay the overhead on this place."
"I do believe that we are striking the right balance with this plan," Governor John Bel Edwards said.
Lamar Alexander warned on Sunday that Congress can't possibly appropriate enough money to help every American negatively affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
Governors in multiple U.S. states have begun to ease restrictions placed on nonessential business amid the Covid-19 pandemic, while local governments have cited public health concerns in issuing often contradictory restrictions.
"I am sorry for all of our students who will miss out on graduations, tournaments and end of year celebrations," Governor Walz said Thursday.
"We want to do this in a thoughtful way that engenders confidence and ensures customers and employees are safe," Governor DeWine tweeted Thursday.
The Washington ethics watchdog CREW is tracking all of President Donald Trump's conflicts of interest while he is in the White House.
Senator Kamala Harris condemned President Donald Trump's statement that he "may" shut down the southern border in response to a surge in asylum seekers, including many families from Central America, arriving at U.S. ports of entry.
Gun control advocates may see this as war of attrition, but businesses cutting ties with the NRA might not be doing so to take a moral stand—it's just good business.
Some companies should embrace disorganization in order to be more effective.
The trick is finding a creative and powerful combination of social purpose and commercial interest.
President Xi Jinping made a vigorous defence of globalization at the World Economic Forum.
A spokesman for President Mauricio Macri has denied the report.
Campaign group Amazon Anonymous are encouraging shoppers to have an Amazon-free Chrismas
Facebook team, including CEO Mark Zuckerberg, addressed a slew of topics in its first global town hall.
Jim Sillars, former Deputy Leader of the SNP, has warned of tough sanctions for pro-Union banks and big business in the event of a Yes victory