Many Black parents are finding another benefit to remote learning beyond avoiding potential COVID-19 infection: being better able to shield their children from racism in classrooms.
Eligible veterans who are unemployed because of the COVID-19 pandemic could receive a year of tuition and other financial support to learn a new career.
For the first time since restaurants welcomed customers back for indoor dining, bar seating in New York City is no longer off-limits.
New, more infectious variants have made the goal of herd immunity elusive. But dealing with COVID-19 will become more manageable.
New York State will begin a major reopening on May 19 and around-the-clock subway service will resume May 17.
According to a recent report from Congress’ Joint Committee on Taxation, Americans who make between $75,000 and $100,000 a year will pay an average tax rate of just 1.8%, while Americans making less than $75,000 may owe nothing in federal taxes for 2021.
In some parts of the U.S., pool supply stores have already imposed quantity restrictions on chlorine tablets.
The World Health Organization has repeatedly decried a lack of equity in access to COVID-19 vaccines and is working to ship doses to low- and middle-income countries through its COVAX program.
Atlantic City casinos are looking to a post-pandemic future when gamblers will be eager for the latest thing. Hard Rock plans to spend $20 million to renovate suites, buy new slots and table games, upgrade its beachfront, and more.
The governor of New Jersey plans to ease coronavirus restrictions as cases and hospitalizations decrease and coronavirus vaccinations increase.
After more than a year of pandemic closures and cancelations, Americans are eager to get out of the house and on the road or in the sky. So make your domestic travel plans now.
Mayor Bill de Blasio said it is safe for municipal workers to return.
The music festival is just one of several research efforts the UK government is offering as a way to test whether such events spread the coronavirus.
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy is promising a “major announcement" Monday on easing restrictions imposed in the Garden State due to COVID-19.
President Joe Biden and Prince Harry were among several big names advocating for vaccine equity at “Vax Live: The Concert to Reunite the World.” The taped fundraising event will air on May 8.
A Southwest Airlines flight attendant filed a lawsuit against the carrier, claiming it failed to properly protect staff from being exposed to the coronavirus during mandatory training last summer, which led to her husband's death.
The indoor dining capacity in New York City can expand to 75% beginning May 7, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said.
Richard Brewer of Long Island said he and his wife are counting down the days until their kids, ages 7 and 10, can get the COVID-19 vaccine.
The White House says the United States will restrict entry from India starting on May 4. U.S. planes carrying supplies have begun to arrive there.
Millions of Americans were sent a third round of stimulus checks in March.