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Spain’s prime minister unveiled a major plan Wednesday to boost his country out of recession by spending $162 billion of European Union aid to reshape the economy, with the aim of creating 800,000 jobs over the next three years.
European leaders took a historic step towards sharing financial burdens among the EU's 27 countries by agreeing to borrow and spend together to pull the economy out of the deep recession caused by the virus outbreak.
U.S. lawmakers remained far apart Tuesday on a deal to provide more financial relief for Americans as European leaders thrashed out a plan for their pandemic-ravaged economies.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel says her country can afford to take more more debt to help fund an unprecedented economic recovery program for the European Union, because it's in Germany's own interest to see the bloc thrive.
The Amazon owner has pledged $25 million to match private gifts intended to help communities deal with the consequences of the pandemic and the shutdown orders that followed. Spokane’s local fund is being administered by the Innovia Foundation, and donations will stay in community, leaders say.
The head of an economic recovery committee formed by Gov. Brad Little to help the state reopen for business while also battling the coronavirus says he’s optimistic Idaho will rebound, but there’s hard work ahead.
President Donald Trump has given governors a road map for recovering from the economic pain of the coronavirus pandemic, laying out a phased approach to restoring normal activity
Three West Coast states will coordinate the way they end orders for most people to stay home and bring back their economies at the same time, Gov. Jay Inslee said Monday.
Isolation. That can be a big enemy in the stay-at-home room for people who have substance addictions or reached sobriety. In-person recovery groups meetings are canceled in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. What now?
The coronavirus pandemic is challenging the millions who struggle with drug and alcohol addiction and threatening America’s progress against the opioid crisis.
At Recovery Cafe of Spokane, manager Christine McMackin said her organization has had to be creative to provide a semblance of their normal services while under the shelter-in-place order
A club of off-roading enthusiasts in northeastern Oregon has revved into action to help livestock owners hit by extreme flooding this month.
Empire Concussion and Trauma Recovery recently opened at two clinic sites in Spokane, said Maile Mohsenian, an occupational therapist who also operates Empire Pediatric Therapy. Mohsenian said the clinic has long treated concussion in children, but she saw a gap for such care among adults.
An automatic fire alarm was triggered just before 7 p.m. at Spokane Addiction Recovery Services, 1403 W. Seventh Ave. No injuries were reported.
The chance to comment on how Washington’s gray wolves should be managed once they are no longer a state endangered species has been extended until Nov. 15.
Fossils from Colorado shows details of how life rebounded after the meteorite crash that killed off the dinosaurs
In its third year, Hands Across the Falls drew a large crowd, despite the cold weather, to celebrate addiction recovery and to remember those who didn’t make it.
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife will host three online meetings to discuss how to manage wolves once they are fully recovered and delisted.
Months after he was viciously flung from a Mall of America balcony, a 5-year-old boy is finally out of intensive care.
A rising number of American workers may be feeling nearly as dazzled on the job. One of the fastest-growing job categories of the past decade has been in what David Autor, an economics professor at MIT, calls “wealth work”: Catering to the whims and desires of affluent households.