As the pandemic retreats, Americans who can afford to spend on things they've been deprived of may start spending.
The East End's suffering in the pandemic is analogous to its experience during World War II's Blitz, stirring solidarity.
While those researching COVID-19 remained hard at work, others left their labs behind or improvised new methods.
“It's very easy to just stay in your room all day and not let anybody know what's happening to you,” says student AJ Williams.
One in three unemployed workers has pursued more education or job training while out of work, the Pew Research Center says.
While some are craving the restaurant experience, others have discovered they enjoy cooking for themselves.
The price difference between a new car and a used car isn't as wide as it was before the pandemic.
How should companies compensate their employees' work-from-home costs?
New data gives a peek at what the post-pandemic economy might look like.