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As Oregon nears its vaccination target to reopen the economy, Gov. Kate Brown announced Friday she is extending the state's mortgage foreclosure moratorium through September.
Federal agencies are still working with the Washington Department of Health to include their data in the state’s vaccination records.
The U.S. is confronted with an ever-growing surplus of COVID-19 vaccines, looming expiration dates and stubbornly lagging demand at a time when the developing world is clamoring for doses to stem a rise in infections.
LEWISTON – When it comes to cases of adding insult to injury, the story of Helen Wong ranks among the worst.
Overnight summer camps will be allowed in all 50 states this season, but COVID-19 rules and a pandemic labor crunch mean that many fewer young campers will attend, and those who do will have to observe coronavirus precautions for the second consecutive year.
The number of Americans applying for unemployment benefits fell for the sixth straight week as the U.S. economy, held back for months by the coronavirus pandemic, reopens rapidly.
SEATTLE — Amazon has softened its stance on remote work, announcing in an internal memo Thursday that tech and corporate employees can continue working from home two days a week once COVID-19 restrictions are lifted.
Almost a half-year after a Republican legislator let violent, far-right protesters into the Oregon State Capitol, a committee of six lawmakers has recommended he be the first member of the House to be expelled in its 160-year history.
BILLINGS – The Keystone XL is dead after a 12-year attempt to build the oil pipeline, yet the fight over Canadian crude rages on as emboldened environmentalists target other projects and pressure President Joe Biden to intervene – all while oil imports from the north keep rising.
With vaccines widely available, many providers are offering flexible, walk-up opportunities for people to get a COVID-19 vaccine.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. – When the Asian American Student Union at a Connecticut high school organized a Zoom call following the killing of six Asian women in Atlanta, senior Lily Feng thought maybe 10 or 15 classmates would attend. When she logged on, more than 50 people from her school were online. By the call’s end, nearly 100 people had joined.
The Group of Seven nations are set to commit to sharing at least 1 billion coronavirus shots with the world, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced Thursday, with half coming from the U.S. and 100 million from the U.K. as President Joe Biden urged allies to join in speeding the pandemic’s end and bolstering the strategic position of the world's wealthiest democracies.
WASHINGTON – Johnson & Johnson said Thursday that U.S. regulators extended the expiration date on millions of doses of its COVID-19 vaccine by six weeks.
Hertz will likely emerge from Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection by the end of the month after a bankruptcy court confirmed the reorganization plan for the beleaguered car rental company.
"The Are You for Real Tour," the moniker of Trey Kenney's 2020 tour, was torpedoed by COVID-19. The jaunt, which was slated to commence March 11, was iced, but Kennedy continued to rack up big social media numbers.
Many Americans who moved last year relocated to areas where homes were, on average, bigger and less expensive.
Add Gonzaga University to the list of schools that will require campus-based students to prove they are vaccinated against COVID-19 in order to participate in campus activities this fall.
American consumers absorbed another surge in prices in May – a 0.6% increase over April and 5% over the past year, the biggest 12-month inflation spike since 2008.
NEW YORK – Karen Glidden’s loneliness became unbearable during the coronavirus pandemic.