For many who lost jobs, relief payments and safety nets weren't enough to stave off the material hardship.
Electric and gas debt is expected to be more than $24 billion by the end of this year, at least three times what it was last year.
We check in with two people whose employment has been disrupted by the pandemic.
For many Americans, the first of the month has loomed in a way it hasn't before.
An economist explains why things have gotten more expensive and we make less money.
The sales on furniture and appliances are still important to the bottom line for brick-and-mortar retailers.