(NEW YORK) -- When COVID-19 reached the U.S. and government restrictions set in -- closing indoor dining in much of the country -- millions of restaurant workers found themselves without jobs. But now, as restaurants are reopening and people are once again going out... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- The American Medical Association and the American Nurses Association have joined up with over 50 other health care organizations to call for mandatory vaccinations in their industry, citing rising COVID cases and their trust in the vaccine. "Due to the recent COVID-19... Read More.
(CANNES, France) — It was almost a strange sight; packed movie premieres and actors again walking the red carpet at the Cannes Film Festival -- maskless- -- while throngs of photographers snapped away. With going to the movies put on hold for more than a... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Purveyors of legal marijuana are cautiously applauding a Democrat-backed Senate bill to end the federal prohibition of pot, saying their businesses have been stymied by banking regulations that force them to deal in cash and make them a target for thieves. For... Read More.
(SEOUL, South Korea) -- Dozens of children repeat after their instructor's dance moves to K-pop group NCT Dream's latest song "Hot Sauce," as sweat drips from their foreheads. These children, all around 8 years old, are intensely following their instructor's every move as their parents'... Read More.
British actress Nathalie Emmanuel is excited for young, Black girls to watch her starring role on F9, the latest film in the Fast & Furious franchise. The actress, who plays the daring Ramsey, explained why it's important for children of color to see themselves represented on screen. "It’s always really heartwarming when... Read More.
Billy Porter reflected on being marginalized by his peers in his early acting days. Speaking with Uzo Aduba as part of Variety's Actors on Actors series, Porter recalled the production that opened his eyes that "there was nothing for us." "It was Angels in America in 1994," the Pose star explained. "I just wept... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Nearly a decade ago, Linda Greene was having dinner with some of her friends when she heard that marijuana had been legalized for medicinal use in Washington, D.C. Having lived through the 1960s counterculture, she saw an opportunity. Greene opened Anacostia Organics... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- After more than a year battling the deadly coronavirus pandemic, long-term care facilities may be seeing a change in the industry as consumers shift away from nursing homes and assisted living facilities, according to a new study published by an industry... Read More.
(NEW YORK) — As more families continue to work from home amid the COVID-19 pandemic, some have decided to make their "remote work" truly remote. Kina and Nellie Pickett of Bozeman, Montana, purchased an Airstream RV at the beginning of the pandemic. With their two... Read More.