Stories tagged: "economy"


Photo by Astrid Riecken For The Washington Post via Getty Images.
Some Businesses Are Done With Trump and GOP After Riots

Companies are growing skittish about lawmakers who backed Trump’s false claims of election fraud and suspends political donations.

isabel-guzman-biden
Meet Isabel Guzmán, Biden’s Choice to Be the Next Small Business Administrator

“We have to build our economy back better from this pandemic,” Isabel Guzmán said.

latino-dying-work
Latino Workers Die While Working More Than Any Other Group, Report Shows

AFL-CIO reports more Latinos are dying at work in Florida, California, and Texas.

Marta-Bethzaida-Florida
Thousands of Floricuas Could Spend the New Year in the Dark if Moratoriums Are Not Extended

Marta Orbe and Bethzaida Vázquez are among the thousands of residents that could be evicted or lose utility services if moratoriums are not extended in Florida.

snap-covid-relief
SNAP Applications Are Spiking. Advocates Say Congress Needs to Expand the Program Now.

Florida counties are seeing a surge of food insecurity. In Miami-Dade County, it has increased from 11.8% to 15.9%. In Bradford County, it has jumped to 19.1%, and in Marion County, it's at 17.9%.

lawsuit-latinas-scam
Fashion Company Lured Latinas to Work From Home, but It Was All a Scam

The Federal Trade Commission filed a lawsuit against Moda Latina BZ alleging they targeted Latinas and scammed them out of millions.

anti-LGBTQ-loans
Millions in PPP Loans Went to Anti-LGBTQ Organizations

The federal government has been called out for sponsoring "taxpayer-paid hate," and letting millions of Americans and small businesses suffer while helping hate groups.