Because...are the kids even going back to school this year?
College sports bring TV contracts, corporate donations and other income that could be lost this year due to COVID-19.
Social distancing guidelines and nervous customers are pushing business to change how they operate. Some of the changes may be permanent.
The price of lumber is at a 2½ year high, driven by a sawmill slowdown and more interest in home projects.
The problem is worse among households earning $50,000 a year or less.
A California woman has sued her employer, saying she was fired because of her child care responsibilities.
Retailers are coming to terms with the fact that this virus is going to be with us for a long time.
Soon the Schwagerls of Browns Valley, Minnesota, will need "all hands on deck." But they are facing fall with without child care or school.
The extra $600 every week is set to run out at the end of this month.