No, it won’t cure the coronavirus. But it might help people manage the day-to-day of the pandemic.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio took a pledge to improve police oversight and address extrajudicial police force.
They’re dodging arrows in every direction, but labor unions celebrated themselves on Labor Day.
U.S. Postmaster General Louis DeJoy announced that he’s suspending the controversial changes to the post office.
Last week, Democratic Presidential Candidate Joe Biden announced that U.S. Sen. Kamala Harris would be his running mate for the presidency in 2020.
New York City Council Members Diana Ayala and Francisco Moya have introduced legislation that would provide city homeless shelter security officers with more training and better wages and benefits for security officers working at privately-run shelters under contract with City Hall.
On July 12, Gloria Bambo, 20, was found hanged in the garage of the home she shared with a 19-year-old white male roommate in McKinney, TX.
President Donald Trump wants schools to reopen, and cities have put together their own plans for schools reopening.
On Tuesday, Senator Bernie Sanders introduced a bill to manufacture and distribute personal protective equipment to all Americans.
Hundreds of essential employees from 32BJ SEIU took to Trump International Hotel to demand Congress and the White House do right by essential workers.