Advocates are calling for a one-time $1,400 stimulus check for older Americans, saying that an upcoming Social Security boost may not be enough — and could also do more harm than good.
Where have all the workers gone? That is the perplexing question in much of the U.S. and especially here in the Golden State.
The US airline industry faces a tough holiday season as travelers are expected to return to airports at near pre-pandemic levels.
Families began receiving the fourth round of payments from the expanded child tax credit Friday.
Among the hiring managers surveyed, about a third said they would automatically eliminate resumes that did not disclose the candidate’s vaccine status.
The COVID-19 pandemic has had lasting effects on California's economy, with many businesses and restaurants still struggling to recover. Gov. Gavin Newsom signed three bills into law Friday aimed at helping restaurants get back on their feet.
People who received a 6470 letter in the mail could see one of three notices which include a CP11, CP12, or CP13.
Gov. Newsom signed a raft of bills further forcing the EDD to clean up and streamline its act; a small consolation to those on the backlog of claims.
Some 800 families still struggling financially from the pandemic received help from the San Francisco Family Relief Fund in the Bayview District Wednesday.
The Navy is in town for Fleet Week and visitors are lining up for tours. Ship tours started on Wednesday and visitors lined up as activity kicked into high gear.
The only Fleet Week nationwide this year is in San Francisco. Ship tours begin on Wednesday.
Unlike every other recession in the last four decades, workers are not flocking back to work even though most employers are hiring.
As many as 16 million Americans lost their employer-sponsored COBRA health insurance benefits Thursday after a government stimulus bill expired.
Renters marched through the streets of San Francisco at the eleventh hour in an attempt to stop pandemic evictions.
While counties such as Contra Costa have adopted strict COVID-19 measures, it remains unclear if the increased regulations will lead to a substantial economic recovery.
The change in seasons prompted some Los Gatos businesses to modify the new staple on many Bay Area city streets — outdoor dining parklets.
The broken worldwide supply chain is affecting everything from apples to zucchini, from toilet paper to tube tops, even from carpaccio to corks, eve as the holiday shopping season looms.
The San Mateo County Community College District will use federal funding to provide student debt relief and financial aid to students impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The most recent labor report showed, once again, there are about 1.1 million Californians able to return to work but choosing not to. High unemployment continues, even though there are jobs around everywhere.
San Francisco businesses can now get help recovering from acts of vandalism thanks to a fund set up by city leaders.