an American weekly news magazine published in New York City. It was founded in 1923 and as of 2014, its circulation was 3,286,467.
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No Income. Major Medical Bills. What Life Is Like for Millions of Americans Facing Financial Ruin Because of the PandemicAlana Semuels
May 7, 2020
The contrast isn’t just between low-wage workers and billionaire bosses. Bills are mounting for small restaurants and retailers as their applications for the federal Paycheck Protection Program go unanswered.
Wages Seized. Bank Accounts Frozen. The Poor Are Getting Poorer as Creditors Pursue DebtsAlana Semuels
May 1, 2020
“This is crippling people right now,” says Melissa Linville, an attorney at the Legal Aid Society of Columbus. “Some courts are carrying on as if there is no pandemic.”
Renters Are Being Forced From Their Homes Despite Eviction Moratoriums Meant to Protect ThemAlana Semuels
April 15, 2020
As Cities Around the World Go on Lockdown, Victims of Domestic Violence Look for a Way OutMelissa Godin
March 18, 2020
‘How as a Community Can We Move Forward?’ Uncertainty Lingers After Mississippi ICE RaidsJasmine Aguilera
August 9, 2019
Immigration attorney Amelia McGowan says she didn’t know the severity of Wednesday’s raids when she received her first call from a client who said relatives hadn’t come home from work.
How to Convince Your Boss That You’re an Employee—Not a ContractorEliza Gray
July 20, 2015
Many employers illegally classify employees as contractors to avoid paying certain benefits. Here's how you can combat that.
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