Without the aid of the public school system, our society simply fails to factor in child care, and it’s women who are tasked with resolving this issue for their families.
The latest jobless claims report shows the number of applications are inching back up again. We spoke to people around the country about what life is like unemployed in a pandemic.
The partial economic recovery in June was spurred on by states rushing to reopen. So has the uptick in coronavirus cases.
Two moms in New Mexico share the struggles they've faced since the coronavirus crisis shut down their early childhood education center.
Senate Democrats would like to see some of that aid be funneled to community-based financial institutions that serve farmers, family, women, minority and veteran-owned small businesses; hospitals; and state and local governments.
More than one in 10 workers have lost their jobs since the coronavirus outbreak began: 6.6 million people filed for unemployment last week alone.
With several proposals on the table, Congress appears ready to address America's caregiving crisis.