To mitigate the harm of the COVID-19 pandemic, President Joe Biden signed 17 executive orders hours after being inaugurated — one of which is intended to protect renters. President Biden directed the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to extend the nationwide ban on evictions through March 2021. The executive order also extendsRead More →

On Sunday, almost nine months after the CARES Act was signed into law, Congress agreed on a second stimulus package after weeks of post-election negotiation — a $908 billion bill that is less than half the size of the original coronavirus relief package. On Monday, both the House and Senate voted to pass the second stimulusRead More →

If you find yourself without employment or in the need of advancing your current skills, learning new ones you may be eligible to join programs and training programs funded by the U.S Department of Labor. In this article we will introduce you to the employment and training programs that areRead More →

Have you been wrongfully terminated from your job? How do you know? What are your rights as an employee? What can you do afterwards if you’re unemployed? The Limits of At-Will Employment Unemployment Benefits and Compensation Denied Benefits In this article we’ll help you navigate and determine whether you wereRead More →

Kaillie Humphries of the U.S. is a bobsled champion again, winning her third world title Saturday to put an emphatic cap on her comeback season. Humphries teamed with Lauren Gibbs to finish four runs over two days in Altenberg, Germany with a time of three minutes, 45.49 seconds. Germany’s juniorRead More →

If the source of the COVID-19 viral epidemic is a live animal market, as many public health experts suspect, then experiments at Colorado State University could help explain how it emerged. Researchers there have duplicated similar conditions to an animal market in their carefully isolated biosafety lab so as to investigateRead More →

It’s quick, convenient and ships right to your front door. But a Marketplace investigation found that you can’t always trust what you purchase online — even if the seller, platform or price seems legit. To test how prevalent counterfeits are online, Marketplace purchased dozens of well-known products — ranging from electronicsRead More →

Calling the president’s frequent tweets about the case “entirely inappropriate,” a federal judge sentenced Donald Trump ally Roger Stone to over three years in prison on Thursday. U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson handed down a 40-month sentence after Stone was convicted in November on a seven-count indictment that accused himRead More →