Stimulus Check Negotiations: Are $1,200 Payments Back On The Table?While President Trump derailed stimulus package discussions earlier this week, the possibility of a stimulus check remains alive.
WarnerMedia Employees Brace For More LayoffsIn August, WarnerMedia parted ways with more than 600 employees, mostly at Warner Bros. studio.
Stimulus Check Latest: Timeline For When Americans Could Receive Next PaymentMore stimulus checks would help suffering Americans and prop up the sagging U.S. economy, but Democrats and Republicans haven't yet agreed on a deal.
Stimulus Check Deadline Extended For 9 Million AmericansAmericans who have not yet received their $1,200 payment from the CARES Act now have another month to ensure they do.
Stimulus Check Update: Nancy Pelosi Says Sides 'Making Progress' Towards Deal After President Trump Urges ActionHouse Speaker Nancy Pelosi said on Face The Nation Sunday that the two sides are making progress towards a deal, but hurdles remain.
'It Burned So Hot And So Fast': Owners Ask For Community Support After Fire Destroys Yucaipa Apple FarmFlames ripped through several wooden buildings overnight in Oak Glen at the largest historic apple farm in Southern California, destroying the core of the cherished family attraction.
Study: COVID-19 Crisis Could Set Working Women Back Half A DecadeA new study published this week found that the ongoing coronavirus pandemic has had an outsized impact on working women.
Stimulus Check Latest: Revised HEROES Act, Passed By House, Includes $1200 Payment; $600 Additional UnemploymentThe revised HEROES Act, passed by Democrats in the House, would still include stimulus payments and enhanced unemployment benefits.
DHL Looking To Immediately Fill Hundreds Of PositionsShipping and delivery giant DHL is looking to immediately fill hundreds of positions.
Stimulus Check Update: What's The Latest On A Second Payment Package?Stimulus discussions are back on the table in Washington, but time is growing short to deliver a second round of stimulus payments before the election.
'We Have Been Going Unrecognized': Struggling Childcare Workers Call On State For Financial HelpMore than 5,000 childcare providers have been forced to close since the start of the coronavirus pandemic. Without assistance from the state, many will likely never reopen.
OC Nonprofit Working Wardrobes Reopens In Santa Ana Months After FireWorking Wardrobes, a nonprofit organization that assists the unemployed, opened its new success center in Santa Ana Wednesday after being forced out of its Irvine facility earlier this year due to a February fire.
LA County Ralphs, Food 4 Less Stores Cited For Failing To Protect Employees From COVID-19Cal/OSHA said Wednesday that four local Ralphs branches and one Food 4 Less branch were cited for various health and safety violations with proposed penalties ranging from $13,500 to $25,560.
Westfield Sues LA County To Reopen Indoor MallsWestfield is suing Los Angeles County, challenging what the company calls the "unjustifiable" COVID-19 closure of its shopping centers, according to court papers obtained Tuesday morning.
Lawsuit Challenges LA County Health Order Keeping Malls ClosedThe lawsuit alleges that the local order inflicts undue hardship on thousands of Angelenos whose livelihoods depends on operating their businesses within enclosed malls