Medicaid enrollment jumped during the pandemic, a new report says.

Medicaid enrollment rose sharply during the coronavirus pandemic, with nearly 10 million Americans joining the public health coverage program for the poor through January, a government report released Monday shows. Eighty million people — more than ever before in the program’s history — now carry Medicaid coverage, for which states

DoorDash losses surge in first earnings report since going public.

By Kellen Browning In its first earnings report as a public company, DoorDash showed how it has benefited from the pandemic even as it hinted that difficulties might lie ahead. The delivery company on Thursday posted revenue of $970 million for the fourth quarter, up 226 percent from a year

Brits who see family at Christmas could be forced to self-isolate for two weeks

Brits who celebrate Christmas with their family could be forced to self-isolate for two weeks afterwards. Government scientists say it could stop the spread of coronavirus during the festive season. Newly released documents from Sage also suggest moving the traditional holiday to summer which sparked ridicule on social media. The

‘There is no plan’: ‘Totally Under Control’ explores Trump administration’s COVID-19 failure

As the situation in the United States spirals in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic and the country plunges headlong towards a critical election, it’s apt timing for a documentary like Totally Under Control. It acts as both a primer on what’s happened with the Trump administration’s handling of the

Barr’s Approach Closes Gap Between Justice Dept. and White House

WASHINGTON — When the top federal prosecutor in Washington recently accused the local police of arresting protesters without probable cause, Attorney General William P. Barr stepped in. Mr. Barr, who has frequently voiced his support for police officers, brought in the U.S. attorney, Michael Sherwin, to meet with the chief

Trump tries to blow past admissions he played down coronavirus at Michigan rally

Reeling from another crisis of his own making, President Donald Trump tried to refocus attention on his Democratic rival at a rally in battleground Michigan Thursday as he pushed to move past revelations that he purposefully played down the danger of the coronavirus last winter. But the virus controversy followed

F&B food service businesses suffer due to coronavirus, but supermarkets do well: DBS report

SINGAPORE – Food and beverage (F&B) businesses like restaurants will be hard hit by the coronavirus outbreak but supermarkets stand to gain as people snap up essential items, noted a report on Wednesday (March 25). The gloomy outlook has prompted DBS Bank Group Research analysts Alfie Yeo and Andy Sim