California’s Hollywood Burbank Airport announced on Twitter late Monday that Southwest Airlines resolved an issue that had suspended all departures at the location and flights are resuming.
President Biden announced Tuesday that one million Americans signed up for health insurance through HealthCare.gov during a special enrollment period that started on Feb. 15.
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Jeff Bezos, the founder of Amazon, has reportedly plunked down at least $500 million on a mega yacht that will rival the finest in the world and solidify him as a certified member of the St. Tropez jet-setting class.
The FBI announced on Twitter Sunday that it is aware of a “network disruption” at the Colonial Pipeline, which is one of the country’s largest and transports fuel across the East Coast.
President Biden is expected to announce the American Families Plan during his first joint address to Congress on Wednesday that has been framed as a complement to earlier massive investments during the COVID-19 era, but critics will likely seize on the plan as an attempt to extend major parts of the earlier relief packages.
The Biden administration is expected to issue an executive order Tuesday that will require all federal contractors to pay their employees working on federal projects a $15 minimum wage.
Gov. Jim Justice, the West Virginia Republican, announced Monday that the state will give out $100 savings bonds to every state resident between 16 and 35 who gets vaccinated from COVID-19.
Business owners in Minneapolis who’ve experienced unrest in the city last year after the death of George Floyd are reportedly preparing for additional uncertainty after the fatal police shooting of Daunte Wright, a 20-year-old Black man, in a suburb of the city.