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(The Center Square) – More than 40 million Americans have filed unemployment claims since mid-March, when state governments across the U.S. began restrictions to slow the spread of COVID-19, including closing businesses deemed nonessential.
State Journal beat reporter Colten Bartholomew breaks down the Blake Wilcox situation, Badgers football recruiting news and gives his thoughts on if the college football season can happen.
The coronavirus pandemic has led to an unprecedented economic shutdown as thousands of “nonessential” businesses have closed their doors. The crisis disproportionately affects the 21.3% of American workers in retail, leisure, and hospitality who not only face lack of work, but also suffer from long-standing, below-average wages. According to the latest annual data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average hourly wage for workers in the retail trade and leisure and hospitality sectors was $19.70 and $16.55 in 2019, compared to $28 per hour across all workers.
Gabrielle Union has claimed that Simon Cowell's smoking on the set of 'America's Got Talent' made her sick for two months but he says he stopped as soon as she complained.
EASTON — Eric Lowery tried to make a difference in everything he did.
(The Center Square) – Testing every nursing home resident and care facility worker in the U.S. for COVID-19 would cost $440 million in federal and state funding, a health care group found.
The former NU assistant underwent a heart transplant last year. The last few days, he's thought a lot about his donor and the donor's family.