For tax purposes, weekly unemployment payments count as income just like wages from a job. But few people realize the money they get from the government is actually taxable.
The U.S. House on Friday plans to vote on an $1.9 trillion stimulus package, marking a crucial step toward passage of the White House’s first major piece of legislation.
Democrats are searching for a way to revive their derailed drive to boost the minimum wage as part of the proposed $1.9 trillion package aimed at helping the country rebuild from the pandemic.
Painting is one of the quickest and cheapest ways to transform a room – and it seems like one of the simplest, too. Except it isn’t. Not exactly.
We see people really investing in home and appreciating interior design and professional services. Also, a movement away from cold minimalism toward a cozier, warmer and more personal environment.
The deliberations about when to implement the 17-game season are tied in part to the completion of new broadcasting contracts with the television networks, according to people familiar with the planning of owners and the league.
The ripple effects are expected to stretch into next week while states await delayed shipments and scramble to get their vaccination efforts back on track.
Scaling up production of formerly niche substances such as lipid nanoparticles for a global vaccine drive has been among the most complex challenges behind the effort.
For more than two decades, starting in the late 1980s, Limbaugh dominated the airwaves, inspiring a generation of conservative talk show hosts and politicians.
Today, we have shattered the paradigms of wine and food pairings. The traditional Euro-American diet of “meat and three” has expanded to include Mediterranean, Middle Eastern, Indian and Sichuan, to name a few.
Productivity in Indiana’s most advanced industries—including agricultural chemicals, medical equipment and adhesives production—has lagged behind the national average for the past 10 years and the gap is widening, according to a new Brookings Institution study.
State and local health departments continue to be overwhelmed nearly two months into the start of the largest mass vaccination campaign in U.S. history.
Attorneys in the Justice Department’s criminal division are conducting a wide-ranging investigation into possible market manipulation from the trading surrounding GameStop, and recently issued a subpoena to Robinhood as part of that, a person familiar with the matter said.
Four companies that agreed to pay a combined $26 billion to settle claims about their roles in the opioid crisis plan to deduct some of those costs from their taxes and recoup around $1 billion apiece.
State lawmakers around the country are exploring a range of new taxes targeting Internet giants, seeking to capture some of Silicon Valley’s eye-popping profits and soaring share prices in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.
Life will never be perfect, “but you can do your best for each day, even just one little load of laundry.”
“Hitting the wall” is a running metaphor, describing the phenomenon of suddenly running out of energy partway through a long race. And the pandemic has been a super-marathon: We’re heading toward Month 12, one complete lap around the calendar.
Employees who meet certain eligibility criteria could receive as much as 600 hours—15 work weeks—of extra leave time to be paid from a $570 million fund that the bill would create.
The retailer will offer its hourly employees as much as four hours of pay to get two doses of the vaccine, it said in a blog post Wednesday.