Four causes for alarm in the US jobs figures – and one possible reason...

Friday was a dark day for the US economy. The labor department announced more than 20 million people lost their jobs in April as the coronavirus shut down much of the economy. Here are five key takeaways from a...

5 things you need to know Tuesday

Editors, USA TODAY Published 3:11 a.m. ET May 26, 2020 | Updated 5:58 a.m. ET May 26, 2020Trump administration's travel ban from Brazil to take effect The White...

The Guardian view on arts and the pandemic: support needed now | Editorial |...

A vocal minority in the UK say the arts are parasites on the state, leaching away public money when they ought to live or die by the market. And yet most people agree that museums, galleries, music and...

Will the additional $600 payment be taxable? What if I don’t qualify for UI?...

The IRS says they have delivered the stimulus checks to many that qualify, however, banks beg to differ. USA...

Apple Stores to reopen, but differently. You may not be able to enter

Some Apple Stores will reopen this week, with 100 of the 271 U.S. outlets opening their doors again. However, shopping won't resume like it used to do pre-coronavirus. In most of the stores, customers won't be allowed to enter the...

Obama criticizes US response again; relief package

See what the controversial package includes for essential workers and every American household. WochitFormer President Barack Obama on Saturday...

From parking to concessions, here are the safety protocols you’ll see in Washington-area airports

Parking Reagan National and Washington Dulles International airports, which are both run by the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority, closed their economy parking lots, which require shuttle service to the airport terminal. Passengers can park in the garages that...

‘A year to be better’: Abby Gustaitis on lockdown and the lure of Olympic...

Abby Gustaitis, co-captain of the USA sevens team, has not heard the latest news from Tokyo. In fairness she’s in lockdown, like the rest of the country, and has been concentrating on training as well as she can. Having...

Style Invitational Week 1386: Colt following — it’s the grandfoals

And now, it’s time for our traditional second round, one we’ve been doing since 2006. This week: “Breed” any two of the 70 foal names that got ink this week and name the offspring to reflect...

Style Invitational Week 1383: Questionable Journalism

A. “S--- is a great source of information.” (from the article “Sewage Scans Could Detect Outbreaks”) Q. What unpopular opinion did one White House reporter offer, only in code, about Sarah Sanders? It’s one of our recurring...