Six months after Congress approved billions in emergency rental assistance, just a fraction of the aid has reached tenants across the country – even with millions at risk of homelessness as an eviction ban expires on Saturday.
Why did Jeff Bezos choose Van Horn Texas for Blue Origin flight?
Over the course of the pandemic, South Carolina halted most evictions while offering "little rental assistance," according to real estate brokerage Redfin.
House Democrats are rushing to set up an eleventh-hour vote on a bill that would extend a nationwide ban on evictions hours before the freeze is poised to expire, putting millions of renters at risk of losing their homes.
A federal ban on evictions is poised to expire on July 31, putting millions of renters at risk of being thrown out of their homes in coming weeks as state and local officials struggle to distribute $46 billion in rental assistance to tenants and landlords across the country.
The IRS is delivering another batch of federal refunds to Americans who collected unemployment benefits last year and paid taxes on that money
Jon Hilsenrath analyzes data from the June personal income and spending reports.
The core personal consumption expenditures price index, the Federal Reserve’s preferred inflation measure, accelerated in June by the most on an annual basis in almost three decades.
Affluent Hamptons residents are struggling to keep up with their new superrich neighbors — who hightailed it from Manhattan to the East End during the pandemic.
The massive – but temporary – social safety net that Congress put in place to financially support millions of Americans reeling from the coronavirus pandemic is unraveling.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is calling for companies to end remote work and bring staff back to the office by Labor Day in order to support local businesses, or New York City will suffer.
Federal agents near New Orleans ordered a cargo ship to leave the U.S. after an inspection found wood infested with a type of Asian beetle that has been destroying trees in the U.S. for about 25 years.
The coronavirus pandemic and global lockdowns has driven up construction costs around the world due to increased demand and constrained supply.
U.S. stock indexes were higher Thursday as traders assessed the disappointing gross domestic product report ahead of Robinhood Markets Inc.'s initial public offering.
Despite last quarter being the U.S.'s biggest for IPOs in over two decades, analysts worry the IPO boom is coming to an end in the near future.