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Home health aides and certified nursing assistants, the largest category of healthcare workers, lack the equipment and job security nurses have.
New coronavirus laws provide a litany of benefits to the self-employed, freelancers and workers in the gig economy.
WAHVE users like the flexibility, but the pay is less than you may be used to. And while some jobs are full-time, they do not come with benefits.
Without minimizing the scale of the economic plunge, it’s proper to place comparisons between today’s figures and economic situation and those of the Depression in perspective. In short: The differences are greater than the similarities.
Actress Julia Roberts, actor Dolph Lundgren and singer-songwriter Mike Love are making real estate headlines to take our minds off the coronavirus.
Following 13 years of ownership, David Chokachi of ‘Baywatch’ fame has sold his Spanish-style home in the Miracle Mile area for $1.515 million.
Malibu’s offbeat pyramid house has sold to a former Warner Bros. executive for $2.02 million.
In the hills of Utah, a scenic retreat once owned by Sen. Mitt Romney is on the market for $15.5 million.
A Malibu beach house designed by noted moderist architect Jerrold Lomax gets a makeover from Lomax’s onetime protégé Zoltan E. Pali.
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CNN afternoon anchor Brooke Baldwin says “I’m OK” after feeling symptoms. She’s the latest of several TV journalists who’ve contracted the virus.
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