Service Industry Employers Are Still Struggling To Fill Jobs
The pandemic is still impacting applications and employees' willingness to stay on the job.
Kroger paid employee bonuses in March, asked for money back in April
"It feels like a slap in the face," said a Kroger employee.
World's 1st biometric 'smart gun' aims to lower shootings and suicides
The gun unlocks only for an authorized user by incorporating built-in fingerprint and facial-recognition sensors — just like a smartphone.
If cash apps fail, consumers could lose billions, feds warn
As several traditional banks have failed this year, federal officials remind users of the risks associated with cash applications.
Explaining the temporary halt on Tennessee’s ‘drag ban’ law
Scripps News spoke to a political analyst to gain insights into a federal judge's ruling declaring Tennessee's "drag ban" unconstitutional.
F-16's sonic boom heard over DC area in response to unresponsive plane
Officials attempted to establish contact with the pilot of the unresponsive plane, but they were unresponsive.
Missing man's body recovered at Iowa apartment collapse site
Two other men — 51-year-old Ryan Hitchcock and 60-year-old Daniel Prien — are still unaccounted for.