Emiene Wright is a journalist in Charlotte, North Carolina. She has been published in the NAACP's national Crisis Magazine, North Carolina's Our State magazine, and The Charlotte Observer.
Senate Republicans have not included hazard pay in their latest proposal for the next economic stimulus package—even as grocery workers put themselves at risk every day.
The majority of American parents disagree with President Donald Trump’s push for in-person instruction come fall semester, according to a recent survey.
A new study by the National Bureau of Economic Research found that better unemployment insurance benefits help workers find jobs that are more suited to their education and experience.
Missouri voters approved expanding Medicaid on Tuesday despite a lawsuit supported by their Republican leadership to overturn the Affordable Care Act.
Traditionally, Black women candidates faced greater challenges running outside of majority Black districts, but this season more are also setting their sights on Republican-held seats.
The legislation would help parents afford child care and provide funding for personnel training and sanitizing centers.
While the Senate takes a three-day weekend, 20 million Americans who relied on that financial lifeline will not see their benefits renew after midnight.