What's Next For The National Labor Shortage?
There are steps small businesses can take to staff up and retain workers.
Airlines could be forced to compensate passengers for flight delays
The Department of Transportation says passengers could get as much as double the price of their one-way fare if their plane arrives two hours late.
The Federal Trade Commission won back $392M for consumers in 2022
The funds come from cases the agency won against companies that were breaking the law.
Corporate bankruptcies this year hit highest level since 2010
Party City, Bed Bath & Beyond, and mattress seller Serta Simmons are just some of the nearly 300 corporations that have filed for bankruptcy so far.
WNBA: Brittney Griner confronted at airport by 'provocateur'
Griner and her supporters have advocated for charter flights after she returned from detention in Russia, citing safety concerns.
US confirms China has had a spy base in Cuba since at least 2019
The U.S. intelligence community has been aware of China’s effort to set up intelligence-gathering operations around the globe for some time.
This hair salon provides a safe space for LGBTQ+ community members
A unique and diverse hair salon in Nashville, Tennessee, promotes inclusion in artsy side of the city.