mbbirdy/iStockBy AMANDA MAILE and MINA KAJI, ABC News(NEW YORK) — The number of air travelers is down more than 90% in the U.S. due to the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the Transportation Security Administration — but U.S.
jetcityimage/iStockBy RYAN SHEPARD, ABC News (NEW YORK) — As government officials continue to search for more “out of the box” solutions to transport food from farmers to food banks during the coronavirus pandemic, Kroger has pledged a
adamkaz/iStockBy LAYNE WINN, ABC News (NEW YORK) — May is a month to celebrate college graduates and their achievements, wishing them well as they begin their career with a hard-earned degree under their belt. Graduation, however, looks
iStock/koto_fejaBy: ARMANDO GARCIA (NEW YORK) — Cleotilde is a farmworker in Ventura County who wears a colorful bandana to protect her from the sun and pesticides, but since COVID-19 broke out, she also hopes it can protect
RiverNorthPhotograpy/iStock By CHRISTINA CARREGA, ABC NEWS (LANSING) — In response to a recent slowdown of beef and pork production in Michigan, food industry leaders urged consumers not to panic buy as adjustments are made in response to the
USDA BY: STEPHANIE EBBS (WASHINGTON) — One of the most confounding consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic continues to be the problem of farmers bulldozing or dumping their crops at the same time as thousands of Americans line
Leo Patrizi/iStockBy ERIC MOLLO, ABC News (NEW YORK) – A lot of people are spending more time in front of a camera on Zoom, Google Meet, and other apps during the pandemic. Unfortunately, some people have experienced embarrassing moments that have
Official White House Photo by Andrea HanksBy SHANNON K. CRAWFORD, ABC News (WASHINGTON) — Instead of sending more direct relief to Americans hit by the economic impacts of the coronavirus pandemic, President Trump has suggested he would