For residents across America's Sun Belt — business owners and workers, consumers and home buyers — the past three months have delivered about the scariest ride in memory.
Six establishments are promoting money-saving deals on delivery, takeout; some offer temporary menu items.
U.S. consumers are buying again, but their shopping patterns show broad fears of persistent health risks amid the pandemic.
A new app called "I Checked In" hoped to alleviate some privacy concerns around contact tracing.
In addition to the reopening of much of the hospitality sector, including pubs and restaurants, for the first time in more than three months, couples can tie the knot once again and people can go and see a movie at the cinema.
The stock market typically sees continued strength after gaining at least 15 percent the prior quarter.
As of June 27, the administration had given out more than 4.7 million forgivable loans totaling $518 billion through the program.
Law enforcement and other officials in some areas have publicly said they will not enforce the state health orders.
Think of your RV as your own little kingdom or ecosystem.
The U.S. is the worst-hit nation globally and accounts for about a quarter of the more than 11 million coronavirus cases world-wide.
Seven-time NASCAR champion Jimmie Johnson became the first driver to test positive for coronavirus Friday.
About 15 million Americans are expected to travel by plane this summer.
Celebrity real estate agent Dylan Eckardt told FOX Business that celebrities like Justin Bieber and Rihanna are flooding the Hamptons and Montauk this summer.
Customers can order through the Grubhub app or website.
The game scheduled for July 14 was canceled Friday because of the coronavirus pandemic.
The company is a “critical vendor” to the Department of Defense, government says.
Large crowds have surfaced at some popular shore spots recently with poor compliance with mandated measures to help slow the spread of the virus.
Boeing is moving forward with plans to cut about 10 percent of its workforce.
Adventure tourism business making a comeback as Americans seek outdoor fun in response to COVID-19 lockdowns and restricions.
COVID-19 patients treated early with hydroxychloroquine had a lower mortality rate than those who were not treated with the drug, a new study shows.