Tired of waiting on the government, hungry Americans turn to one another for help

“Well this is an improvement,” said Robinson, who over the past month has returned to the refrigerator for lunch three times a week. “Especially because my husband passed and he was the cook in my house.”

Amid soaring need and an eight-month absence of additional federal relief, vulnerable Americans have turned to one another to make ends meet. They have set up grass-roots networks with food pantries, resource delivery systems

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Tired of waiting on the government, hungry Americans turn to each other for help

“Well this is an improvement,” said Robinson, who over the past month has returned to the refrigerator for lunch three times a week. “Especially because my husband passed and he was the cook in my house.”

Amid soaring need and an eight-month absence of additional federal relief, vulnerable Americans have turned to each other to make ends meet. They have set up grass-roots networks with food pantries, resource delivery systems

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The Latest: Poll: 50% of Americans Ready for Vaccine Shot | Business News

WASHINGTON — A new poll find only about half of Americans are ready to roll up their sleeves for COVID-19 vaccines even as states prepare to begin months of vaccinations.

The survey from The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research shows about a quarter of U.S. adults aren’t sure if they want to get vaccinated when their turn comes. Roughly another quarter say they won’t.

The Food and Drug

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Restless Americans map out road trips despite misgivings

Americans are flying less, and it looks like their vacation plans are still up in the air.

Nearly 7 out of 10, or 67%, who want to take a vacation by year-end aren’t sure they’ll actually be able to travel, and 1 in 5 expect to book at the last minute, within a week of departure.

That’s according to a recent survey by AAA of traveler attitudes amid pandemic-era travel

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Americans torn between taking vacation and avoiding coronavirus, surveys find

Americans would love to go on vacation. They’re just not sure they should actually go

Two surveys found many travelers express hesitation during the coronavirus pandemic about taking a trip.

Sixty-seven percent of those responding to an AAA Travel survey released Thursday say they are uncertain about whether to take a vacation.

Online booking site Travelocity found 57% of Americans say they won’t travel for the year-end holidays this

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Surveys find Americans want to go, fear COVID-19

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If you can’t get out of the city, try camping in your own backyard.

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Americans would love to go on vacation. They’re just not sure they should actually go. 

That’s the finding of two surveys that both found many travelers are expressing hesitation due to the coronavirus pandemic about taking a trip.

Some 67% of those responding to an AAA Travel survey released Thursday say they are

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More Americans are taking on new debt for boats, motorcycles, and RVs

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Heroic woman recounts near-death experience in California inferno

A Labor Day weekend camping trip to Mammoth Lake Reservoir in the Sierra National Forest of California for a mother, her boyfriend and family turned into a nightmare in a matter of minutes. Preparing for the worst as the couple became trapped along with more than 200 others by a raging wildfire, Christina Lopez sent a desperate message to her family

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Russia approves world’s first vaccine amid skepticism, Trump weighs travel ban on Americans

U.S. cases could be on the decline, with the daily cases falling below 50,000 for the second day in a row Tuesday, just one month after surpassing the grim milestone.

areas without mask mandates continue to see steep increases in hospitalizations.” data-reactid=”17″Some reports attribute the decline to reduced testing, while others show areas without mask mandates continue to see steep increases in hospitalizations.

Cases globally have now surpassed 20

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Where can Americans travel now amid bans in many destinations?

People traveling from the U.S. are banned in popular destinations around the world due to large spikes in coronavirus cases in several states.

Americans looking for a summer vacation destination have a dilemma on their hands as they ask, “Where am I allowed to travel right now?”

The Department of State issued a warning in March to all U.S. citizens against international travel, saying “your travel plans may be severely

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Thanks to coronavirus, Americans looking at a stay-at-home fall season, survey suggests

Most Americans have likely accepted that the coronavirus pandemic will make this fall much different from past years, with most expecting their home to be a place of work and learning when the school year starts.

More than 6 out of 10 Americans (61%) said it is likely they will be working from home this fall and 56% said it was unlikely they would be working from their office, according

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How the Pandemic Changed the Way Americans Spend Their Money

The coronavirus pandemic has thrown millions of Americans into chaos, negatively affecting financial well-being alongside physical and mental health. As unemployment rates soar and money insecurities abound, a new NerdWallet survey finds almost half of Americans (48 percent) are indeed feeling less confident about their personal finances due to COVID-19.

In a survey of more than 2,000 U.S. adults commissioned by NerdWallet and conducted online by The Harris Poll, we

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How the Pandemic Alters Americans’ Financial Habits

The coronavirus pandemic has thrown millions of Americans into chaos, negatively affecting financial well-being alongside physical and mental health. As unemployment rates soar and money insecurities abound, a new NerdWallet survey finds almost half of Americans (48%) are indeed feeling less confident about their personal finances due to COVID-19.

In a survey of more than 2,000 U.S. adults commissioned by NerdWallet and conducted online by The Harris Poll, we asked

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