The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) said an email that directs people to a fake SBA COVID-19 loan website has been stealing people’s information.
Trump's efforts to partially restore the sweetened jobless benefits, which expired at the end of July, hinges on cash-strapped states being able to adapt a new unemployment system and fund one-fourth of the aid.
Dozens of state and local public health leaders around the country have resigned or have been fired amid the coronavirus outbreak.
As Congress squabbled over increasing unemployment benefits, President Trump signed an executive order, increasing it by $400 -- but it's being met with skepticism and questions over how long it might take to disburse those funds. FOX 10's Steve Nielsen reports.
A plan from President Donald Trump to extend additional unemployment benefits requires states to provide 25 percent of the funds, and it's unclear whether states have the money or the will to do it.
The COVID-19 outbreak and resulting economic upheaval have thrown millions of lives into disarray. Industries have collapsed, businesses closed, jobs disappeared. Compounding the misery is a question no one can answer: When will this all be over?
As the coronavirus continues to transform a vast swath of the economy, it's becoming evident that millions of Americans face the prospect of a permanent job loss that will force some to seek work with new industries or in new occupations.
The United States added 1.8 million jobs in July, a pullback from the gains of May and June and evidence that the resurgent coronavirus is stalling hiring and slowing an economic rebound.
Around the country, across industries and occupations, millions of Americans thrown out of work because of the coronavirus are straining to afford the basics now that an extra $600 a week in federal unemployment benefits has expired.
Nearly 1.2 million laid-off Americans applied for state unemployment benefits last week, evidence that the coronavirus keeps forcing companies to slash jobs just as a critical $600 weekly federal jobless payment has expired.
President Trump on Monday signed an executive order banning federal agencies from firing American citizens or green card holders and hiring foreign workers to do their jobs.
The coronavirus pandemic is entering a new month, meaning Americans struggling amid the economic fallout once again have to worry about paying their rent.
Lowe's said the total amount it is spending on this round of bonuses is about $100 million, pushing its total investment in coronavirus relief funding for associates to approximately $500 million.
The Chicago-based carrier may need to furlough roughly 3,900 pilots due to a worsening outlook for the airline industry, according to an internal memo.
The $600 weekly boost in jobless aid that millions of people have received since early in the pandemic is set to expire.
Google had previously told its employees to expect to work from home until at least the end of 2020.
Helping one shot at a time. FOX 10's Anita Roman has more on how one Valley photographer is looking to help people get back to work with a new picture.
FOX 10's Steve Nielsen has more how United Food bank expects a surge of Arizona families in need next month.
FOX 10's Steve Nielsen speaks with a Valley family to see what the end of the weekly unemployment benefit could mean to the average Arizona family looking for a job.
Nearly half of Americans whose families experienced a layoff during the coronavirus pandemic believe those jobs are lost forever.