Florida—with only 6.5 percent of the U.S. population—accounted for 19.1 percent of COVID-19 hospitalizations across the nation, as of Monday.
The worker branded the Burlington department store "toxic" in a broadcast to customers and co-workers.
The employee shared a snap of the typed-out letter sent to all workers, which included capital letters and bold font.
Since Spears' testimony, which sparked public outcry over her 13-year conservatorship, the singer's co-conservator, manager and lawyer have all resigned.
Karly Satkowiak, Harris' director of advance, and Gabrielle DeFranceschi, Harris' deputy director of advance, said they plan to leave in the coming weeks.
The Family Dollar store in Pittsburgh was closed earlier this week after the shop's two employees quit their jobs.
A sign claims that new hires will receive a free iPhone after working for six months and meeting the employment criteria.
CEO Tobias Lütke said that employees who engage "in endless Slack trolling, victimhood thinking, us-vs-them divisiveness, and zero sum thinking must be seen for the threat they are."
San Diego employers are struggling to find workers to return to work post-pandemic. Some restaurants have hired theater performers to fill the staffing shortage, while others have had to increase their hourly pay to convince employees to stay.
Authorities in Louisiana launched an investigation after receiving a complaint from a parent of one of the teenagers involved in the case.
Mask wearing among hospital employees in staff break rooms has also been an issue at Ontario's University Hospital.
The SeaDream Yacht Club vessel, which had 37 Americans aboard, returned to Barbados on Wednesday after the passenger tested positive.
A letter obtained by the Austin American-Statesman last week revealed seven senior officials in Paxton's office calling for federal law enforcement to "investigate allegations of improper influence, abuse of office, bribery and other potential crimes" committed by their own boss.
National Security Adviser Robert O'Brien, Ohio Representative Jim Jordan and several White House officials reportedly traveled with Trump's senior aide before her diagnosis.
In a Thursday all-hands meeting, Zuckerberg addressed the ruling for the officers in Breonna Taylor's killing and spoke about issues the social network has faced recently.
Health and public policy faculty members wrote a column in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution newspaper criticizing the college's handling of COVID-19.
An Ohio woman challenged a Planet Fitness staff member after he repeatedly asked her to leave the gym for refusing to wear a mask.
To celebrate International Cat Day, meet some of the cats that the "Newsweek" staff call their own.
A spokesperson for McDonald's told local media that the order at the center of the dispute was correct.
After a video of the workers playing with the noose was shared on Twitter, Jimmy John's said: "We have zero tolerance for racism or discrimination in any form."
A number of White House staffers have tested positive for COVID-19 in the last couple of days.
After the NBA's decision to suspend all games because of the coronavirus pandemic, the Warriors will contribute $1 million to help their home arena workers.
President Donald Trump demanded a smaller National Security Council this week in the wake of the whistleblower complaint.
The successful candidate will have the Cambridge's hectic diary at their fingertips.
Walmart has said in a statement that its staff waited with the woman and contacted the police following the incident.
Adan Alvarado is accused of using a cell phone to record images in the bathroom of O'Reilly Auto Parts in Portage.
"We pinch pennies elsewhere, but it's worth every dime to pay a living wage," Ocasio-Cortez said.
New allegations from more than two dozen former Klobuchar staffers and internal emails further paint the image of a lawmaker who consistently berates and dehumanizes those who work for her.
Professional Donald Trump supporter Mike Huckabee blamed excessive turnover in the Trump administration on exhausted aides who can't keep up with the president's physical prowess.