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Food insecurity—already approaching record levels across the United States—could get even worse if federal programs lapse at the end of December. This line of cars was seen in Florida last week. (Photo by Paul Hennessy/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images)
These Huge COVID Relief Programs Are All About to Expire. It Couldn’t Come at a Worse Time.

Millions of Americans are facing a financial cliff on New Year's Day if Republicans refuse to pass another round of COVID-19 relief.

Face masks save lives. (Photo by Roy Rochlin/Getty Images)
4 Tips for How to Deal With the COVID Skeptics in Your Life

Even after the US surpassed more than 250,000 American lives lost to the virus, there are still—somehow!—people who believe the virus is a hoax.

COURIER Illustration (Denzel Boyd)
Fitness Studio Owner Goes From Making $10,000 a Month to $2,000. But She’s Hanging On.

Recognizing "Small Business Saturday" by taking a look at the struggles and triumphs of owners and entrepreneurs during COIVD.

Volunteers help to give food away during a Thanksgiving food distribution event at Food Bank For New York City in the Harlem neighborhood on November 16, 2020 in New York City. Food Bank For New York City partnered with Stop & Shop and WBLS' The Steve Harvey Morning Show to give away turkeys, holiday boxes, and fresh produce to families in Harlem for Thanksgiving. (Photo by Michael M. Santiago/Getty Images)
These Immigrant Communities Helped One Another Survive COVID. They Want To Make That Unnecessary.

In the absence of accessible government aid, immigrant communities banded together to provide food, shelter, and information. It shouldn't have to be that way.

Patient receives coronavirus vaccine candidate during a clinical trial
More Vaccines and a Distribution Plan Provide Glimmer of Hope in COVID Fight

Another drug company announced an effective vaccine candidate, while Dr. Anthony Fauci cautions Americans to “hang in there” and follow safety recommendations a little longer.

While Americans celebrate Thanksgiving, doctors, nurses, and healthcare workers will still be on the frontlines of the pandemic.
Before You Have Your Big Thanksgiving, Listen to What These Doctors Have to Say

Doctors, nurses, and healthcare workers will still be on the pandemic frontlines as you celebrate Thanksgiving. They have a plea for Americans this year.

Georgia's suburban voters tell COURIER why they voted for Biden and why Georgia finally went blue.
Want to Know What Suburban Voters Really Think? We Spoke to Georgians to Find Out

Whether they saw President-elect Joe Biden as the leader to end the pandemic or as someone who can help end racial inequality, Georgia's suburban voters tell us why the state went blue.