YelpBY: KELLY MCCARTHY, ABC NEWS (NEW YORK) — Volatility has been a kiss of death for thousands of restaurants during the coronavirus pandemic. Abrupt closures, inconsistent reopenings, changes in public health guidance for operations and other state-mandated
Melodie Jeng/Getty ImagesBY: ROSA SANCHEZ, ABC NEWS (NEW YORK) — Over the course of the year, the fashion world has faced two momentous hurdles. The first involved transitioning from the physical runway to the digital, due to
rocsprod/iStockBy GENEVIEVE SHAW BROWN, ABC News (NEW YORK) — U.S. travelers, many of whom have more time on their hands than ever before, face a conundrum: Americans aren’t welcome in many places around the world as the
Sergii Zyskо/iStockBy CATHERINE THORBECKE, ABC News (NEW YORK) — For the millions of Americans pushed out of work by the COVID-19 crisis, revamped unemployment insurance has been a lifeline — helping provide food and necessities while their
Anatoliy Sizov/iStockBy CATHERINE SANZ, ABC News (NEW YORK) — TikTok has disabled two prominent hashtags associated with the QAnon conspiracy theory, ABC News has learned. The Chinese-owned video sharing app removed the ability to search for the
iStock/MotortionBY: JACQUELINE LAUREAN YATES (MINNEAPOLIS) — As someone who’s worked in the health care space for more than 10 years, Hilal Ibrahim, 25, noticed a need for hospital-grade hijabs during these unprecedented times. Based on Ibrahim’s personal
iStock/CylonphotoBY: CATHERINE THORBECKE (NEW YORK) — As the end of the extra $600 a week in pandemic unemployment insurance looms large, some economists worry that the uncertainty over its extension alone could dampen consumer spending and prolong
DKart/iStockBy CATHERINE THORBECKE, ABC News (NEW YORK) — Twitter revealed new details on the massive cyberattack the platform suffered last week, saying hackers were able to access the direct message inboxes of dozens of the compromised accounts.