Movie theaters have been on life support during the coronavirus pandemic, but AMC announced Tuesday that more people went to their theaters over the Labor Day weekend this year than on the same weekend in 2019.
New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell said Friday that she is "cautiously optimistic" about energy provider Entergy's plan to restore power to all of the city by next Wednesday.
The return of the Diamond Princess cruise ship, which was home to the largest outbreak of COVID-19 outside of China in February 2020, was delayed Wednesday amid the ongoing pandemic.
Nathan Robinson, founder of the leftist magazine Current Affairs and a self-described socialist, "effectively fired" almost his entire staff last week after they tried to organize a worker's co-op, the laid-off workers wrote in a letter Wednesday.
Washington is offering free weed, New Jersey is offering free beer, and now Utah is offering free ground beef for residents who get a COVID-19 vaccine.
Restaurant owners and hospitality industry leaders gave a mixed reaction Tuesday to New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio's announcement that New Yorkers must show proof of vaccination against COVID-19 to dine indoors starting on Sept. 13.
CUNY announced this week that it is using federal coronavirus relief funds to wipe out up to $125 million in unpaid debt and fees for more than 50,000 students who were enrolled during the pandemic.
The United States government sold "Pharma Bro" Martin Shkreli's unique Wu-Tang Clan album this week, more than three years after the former hedge fund manager and pharmaceutical executive was convicted of securities fraud.
The Clark County Commission voted Monday to require masks for all employees indoors regardless of their vaccination status, but stopped short of requiring them for tourists and the general public.