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The debate over mandatory COVID-19 vaccines has shifted to legal wrangling over ‘sincerely held beliefs’
A college football coach unsuccessfully asked for an exemption, but lost his multi-million dollar job Monday.
Median monthly incomes for rideshare drivers, dog walkers and online sellers held steady during the pandemic, even as fewer people worked these jobs, according to a new JPMorgan Chase Institute report.
The CDC's tips on how to safely trick-or-treat this year include avoiding direct contact with others, staying outdoors and wearing a mask
Shunning mass tourism sites, travelers are more frequently turning to small cities, rural communities and national parks. That has big, broad implications for the future of travel and might outlast the pandemic itself.
After Colin Powell’s death from breakthrough COVID-19, some anti-vaxxers may be ‘digging in their heels’
Vaccines reduce the likelihood of hospitalization and death should you contract the virus, studies show, and also reduce the chances of you passing COVID-19 onto a more vulnerable friend or relative.
My wife of 3 years refuses to pay half the mortgage. She makes me transfer money to her account for expensive gifts
‘I don't have any personal space. Somehow I’m managing to type this. In case of divorce, I am afraid she will take my remaining money too.’
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Nurses are getting burned out — nearly 2/3 of hospitals have openings for at least 7.5% of those jobs
COVID-19 has worsened longstanding staffing problems.
Before you head home, you'll have to take a COVID test. But what if it's positive? The cost of getting COVID abroad—and dealing with it—varies by country.