Judith Ramirez is bracing for July. That's when the hotel housekeeper and her electrician husband - who have both been out of work for three months - expect their combined unemployment benefits to drop by more than half, and their deferred $1,500 monthly mortgage payment on their Honolulu home to come due.U.S.
Last week during the launch of the NSWL's 2020 Challenge Cup, Chicago Red Stars soccer player Rachel Hill made headlines for choosing to remain standing during the national anthem — while the rest of her team kneeled. Her teammates kneeling in support of "black lives matter" protests included Julie Ertz and Casey Short, who embraced with tears next to her. While the anthem played, Hill bowed her head and placed her hand on Short's shoulder.Rachel Hill of the Chicago Red Stars one of my new...TheBlaze
US economy shrank at 5.0% rate in Q1; a much worse drop expected in current quarter due to pandemicABC News
WASHINGTON (AP) — US economy shrank at 5.0% rate in Q1; a much worse drop expected in current quarter due to pandemic.WTOP
Getty Images During the novel coronavirus outbreak, many teachers have adapted to teaching their lessons remotely so students can still learn. A teacher's salary varies across the country. The average salary for a public school teacher nationwide was $61,730 during the 2018-2019 academic year, the most recent for which data is available. Mississippi lands at the bottom of the list with an average salary of $45,574, while New York tops it with $85,889. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more...Business Insider
Huawei is under a lot of pressure.CNN
One of the tools being discussed as a way to deal with the economic damage of the coronavirus pandemic is negative interest rates. CNBC's Tom Chitty looks at whether we'll ever be paid to borrow money.CNBC