Dr. Anthony Fauci said COVID-19 infections and deaths are at a lower level in the U.S., but people should still get 'intermittently' vaccinated.
Residents lined up for throat swabs across Beijing as mass testing was expanded to 11 city districts. Beijing has a total of 92 virus cases since an outbreak was discovered five days ago.
President Joe Biden settled for much less in the package despite warnings that the government was running out of money to keep pace with the continued spread of COVID-19 in the U.S.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said that they will leave it up to vacationers to decide whether they feel safe getting on a ship. The cruise-line industry is happy about the move.
Local businesses are sharing their experiences of trying to stay open during the pandemic with federal officials and members of Congress.
The Human Milk Banking Association of North America said it is in urgent need of donor breast milk which is essential to “saving the most vulnerable babies’ lives.”
U.S. job growth blew past expectations in January, as the economy brushed off a record-breaking surge in COVID-19 cases nationwide that threatened to sideline millions of workers and kept many consumers at home.
The Biden administration has officially withdrawn a rule that would have required workers at big companies to get vaccinated or face regular COVID testing requirements.
Leah Gorham said staff shortages, an assault and lack of advancement led her to leave the nursing industry and hit the open road.
Restaurants are still feeling the pain from staffing and product shortages during this ongoing COVID-19 surge. One Fort Worth restaurant owner says he had to close down right before New Year’s Eve because he didn't have staff. He’s still struggling to find ingredients for certain menu items and supplies.
After the COVID-19 pandemic caused a number of business closures and took away business traffic in Downtown Dallas, things are starting to turn back around.
The Independent Restaurant Coalition is asking for Congress to replenish the Restaurant Revitalization Fund to help restaurants and bars still struggling to stay afloat during the COVID-19 pandemic.
There was already a service industry labor shortage before the omicron variant, but now things are going from bad to worse for a number of North Texas restaurants.
Prices for U.S. consumers jumped 6.8% in November compared with a year earlier, the highest annual inflation rate in 39 years.
President Biden reported the number of shipping containers sitting for more than eight days is down by more than 40% this month. But that is trickling down slowly to small businesses.
The day after Thanksgiving typically marks the unofficial beginning of the holiday shopping season, but stores in recent years have put less emphasis on it. This year, many may see higher prices and empty shelves due to the supply chain crisis.
A day after the Stock Market was closed for Thanksgiving, news of a new COVID-19 variant sent stocks falling, with the Dow losing 1,000 points.
North Texas liquor store owners say it might appear they have plenty to choose from, but make no mistake that supply chain issues have them struggling to maintain more than ever before. The issues are leading their suppliers to raise prices, so stores raise prices on customers.
Over the years, American presidents have tried, and mostly floundered, in their efforts to quell the economic and political menace of consumer inflation. Now, President Joe Biden is giving it a shot.
North Texans are definitely feeling the pain at the pump. And while it is not enough to stand in the way of Thanksgiving with family, people say they will have to start making other cuts. And don't expect prices to come down anytime soon as a result of President Biden's move to tap into the strategic oil reserves.