Lawmakers are back at the state capitol for a special session. The big item on their Wednesday agenda is a bill called “Take back our grid.”
United Airlines and American Airlines will move forward with furloughing thousands of employees as the CARES Act Payroll Support Program expires.
Airlines and airports are offering the tests as a way for travelers whose results are negative to avoid quarantines at their destinations, and to revive travelers’ faith in flying.
According to police, a suspect walked up to a Walmart liquor store just as an employee was exiting with a bag of money and two security guards, and he tried grabbing the cash.
Nonprofit One Fair Wage has filed an EEOC complaint against Darden Restaurants, Inc., over its sub-minimum wage for tipped employees.
Inslee says that a move from Everett would prompt a review of Washington state's "favorable" tax treatment of the Boeing company.
"We are in a situation right now ... where vaccinations are one of the most important things we can do for public health," Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff said.
Ireland’s Supreme Court says the bread used in Subway locations throughout the country is loaded with so much sugar, it should not be considered a “staple food.”
The cook book author shared the news on Wednesday night.
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