For the second consecutive week, applications for unemployment aid increase in the United States

Initial claims for state jobless benefits increased by 14,000 seasonally adjusted figures for the week ending August 6, reaching 262,000.

Unemployment benefit claims in the US resume their growth

The US economy faces a labor shortage even though employment remains 7.6 million jobs below its February 2020 peak.

US Unemployment Assistance Claims Hit Pandemic Low

In the week ending May 29, 385,000 new applications for seasonally adjusted unemployment benefits were made, lower than expected and 20,000 fewer than the previous week.


Family: Anne Heche will probably not survive the accident

The US actress crashed into a house at high speed – after the crash, her car caught fire. Heche's family is now examining whether their organs can be donated. That was Heche's wish.

Arctic warming almost four times faster than global

Climate change is clearly noticeable in the Arctic - even more than in other regions of the world. This has to do with polar amplification, write researchers in a study.

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The environmental activist promoted the candidacy of her running mate, Gustavo Petro, in the Colombian Pacific and promises a "government of nobodies."

"Fear that he wants to go back": Harry's homesickness for England does not leave Meghan alone

Prince Harry does not let go of the longing for his homeland. The ex-royal is said to be unconcluded with his former life in England, which has Meghan panicking.