Hundreds of billions of dollars from the Cares Act remains uncommitted and may go unspent despite scramble by White House to produce more aid.

Jobless claims rose for the first time in weeks, as the coronavirus pandemic continues to weigh on the labor market with tens of millions of workers out of work. Extra federal unemployment benefits expired for many in July, and it’s increasingly unlikely Congress will reach a deal before the presidential election.

My roommate and co-worker is spending more time on her boyfriend and side projects than on her career, and snapping at colleagues in online meetings. I think it’s time for an intervention.

Retail promotions will feed millions of packages into the mail system, further stressing an agency trying to reverse service delays in the run-up to the election.

  • Analysis

The U.S. unemployment rate soared to 14.7 percent in April. The German unemployment rate rose to just 4 percent that month.

The Postal Service has delivered a record 417 million pieces of election mail, including 64 million ballots.

Program evaluates employee feedback on a job site’s culture, communication and comity

Loss of momentum raises danger of protracted, disappointing recovery.

If you think your job search is being sabotaged by your former boss, the best defense is a strong slate of references who can say positive things on your behalf.

The Federal Reserve's meeting minutes underscore how Fed leaders view another stimulus package — one that reaches households, businesses and local governments still on the brink — as essential to a strong and stable recovery.

  • Analysis

This new wave of layoffs will only add more people to the 26 million Americans who were already receiving unemployment compensation.

“Too little support would lead to a weak recovery, creating unnecessary hardship for households and businesses,” Powell said.

The Postal Service is citing the Hatch Act in rejecting tour requests, even as lawmakers ratchet up scrutiny over service delays and vote-by-mail issues.

  • Perspective

Now that shareholder capitalism is on its way out, let’s not replace one management straitjacket with another.

Doctors say the president will be leaving the hospital following contradictory messages about the severity of his coronavirus diagnosis.

The swollen trade deficit defies the White House’s promises of economic improvement.

The congressional investigation comes after The Washington Post reported that the Defense Department funneled coronavirus relief funds to defense contractors.

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