Courtesy Naeemah SeifullahBy CATHERINE THORBECKE, ABC News (NEW YORK) — Raymond Copeland took pride in his work and being called one of “New York’s strongest.” The New York City Department of Sanitation worker even bought a plaque
Kameleon007/iStockBy LAYNE WINN, ABC News (NEW YORK) — Over 38 million Americans have applied for unemployment benefits since the coronavirus outbreak began shutting down the United States economy in mid-March. Major companies such as Uber, Airbnb and
artisteer/iStockBy JACQUELINE LAUREAN YATES, ABC News (NEW YORK) — While Memorial Day Weekend does feel different this year, some time off and deep discounts are sure to put a smile on many faces. From the comfort of
stockcam/iStockBy KELLY MCCARTHY, ABC News (NEW YORK) — Instagram feeds filled with memes, food and fashion provide respite from news of the coronavirus pandemic, but the social media platform is also providing opportunities to help support small
cveltri/iStockBy GENEVIEVE SHAW BROWN, ABC News (ORLANDO, Fla.) — Universal Orlando could open to the public in early June, according to ABC affiliate WFTV. The Orange County Task Force has approved the park’s plan to reopen to
studioportosabbia/iStockBy JACQUELAN LAUREAN YATES, GMA Victoria’s Secret is closing 250 stores in shopping centers, malls and other locations in the U.S. and Canada. This news comes as the lingerie giant continues to see a plummet in sales
imaginima/iStockBy TRISH TURNER and ANN FLAHERTY, ABC News (WASHINGTON) — Sen. Patty Murray, a top Democrat, is pushing for another industry bailout but one she insists is crucial to reopening the country amid the pandemic: child care.
tzahiV/iStockBy CHEYENNE HASLETT, ABC News(NEW YORK) — The social security numbers and home addresses of thousands of unemployment applicants inadvertently were exposed this week in three states that had contracted with Deloitte to build unemployment portals. In