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Activists and academics have voiced concern over the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's recommendation to make cloth face masks at home.
A Brooklyn street vendor is reportedly selling low-priced medical masks and gloves to the community and clearing up to $2,000 a day — and he say...
Customers have reportedly flocked to a street vendor's stand because his prices are affordable, with surgical masks that start at $2.
More than 1,000 Uber and Lyft drivers told us they’re putting their lives at risk to make just $2.50 an hour with meager support from the compan...
Some Uber and Lyft drivers say they've seen earnings drop dramatically, and promises of cleaning supplies or paid leave haven't materialized.
There are no coronavirus vaccines available yet, but one pharmaceutical company says it could have a vaccine available by as early as this fall.
Uber says it has paid out $3 million to drivers and delivery workers in the US through its coronavirus sick pay program
Uber said it is financially supporting drivers, but many have found it nearly impossible to qualify for the company's sick pay program.
In response to COVID-19, Bank of America is offering deferrals on home loans, auto loans, and credit cards
Do you have a home loan, auto loan, or credit card with Bank of America? In response to COVID-19, the bank is offering deferrals for up to 90 days.
25 New Yorkers show how they’re trying to protect themselves with ski goggles, hand-sewn masks, and N95s as they venture outside for work as ess...
New Yorkers are using hoodies, handkerchiefs, and masks to protect themselves from COVID-19 when they go outside during the state's lockdown.
I hosted a virtual dinner party while social distancing and found that the more over-the-top you make it, the more fun you’ll have
"Dressing up, making a cheese board, drinking fancy cocktails, and setting the table made our virtual dinner party feel like the real deal."
Recent research shows that the coronavirus lives longest on glass, paper money, and the outside of surgical masks.
NFL teams are reportedly worried about ‘blowing’ the virtual draft after going forward without the typical scouting and interviews
With NFL teams unable to scout and interview prospects in-person, there's less certainty at all levels of the draft.