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For New York City, Glimmers of Hope and Signs of Revival

Many hotel operators have received no federal aid during the pandemic, and nearly half are in default on their mortgages, Mr. Dandapani said. More than…

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How the U.S. Got It (Mostly) Right in the Economy’s Rescue

“Now that we need them, there’s no freaking help,” he said. Research from Eliza Forsythe, an economist at the University of Illinois, found that from…

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In Nevada, Unemployed Workers Wait for Aid That Will Still Not Be Enough

LAS VEGAS — Bobby Hernandez plans to spend his stimulus check on medication to manage his diabetes. Wilma Estrella will use hers to pay the…

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Travel Workers Despair a Year Lost to Covid-19

In 2020, governments across the world closed borders, airlines grounded flights, hotels shuttered and cruises were canceled or postponed. The measures imposed to curb the…

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Virus Did Not Bring Financial Rout That Many States Feared

Windfalls for Some States In his survey, Peter DeGroot, head of municipal research and strategy at J.P. Morgan, found a handful of states, including Idaho,…

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