"Dads on Duty" has big ambitions after "CBS Evening News" story goes viral
Shreveport, Louisiana — A group of about 40 dads who roam the campus of Southwood High School and refer to themselves as "Dads on Duty" say they have the momentum to take their efforts nationwide.
Promoter: Question Isn't Will Pacquiao-Spence Sell Out, But How Quickly
Las Vegas, NV - Manny Pacquiao enters as the betting underdog for his next fight, though the smart money is on his return to Las Vegas producing a box-office hit. The record-setting eight-division champion is set for his first fight in more than two years as he faces unified WBC/IBF welterweight titlist Errol Spence (27-0, 21KOs).
Your coronavirus questions, answered: How can I disinfect a face mask? Should I wear gloves?
Here's How to Track Your Stimulus Check From the IRS
Americans eligible for direct payments from the coronavirus economic stimulus bill should be able to find out when they're getting their money with a new tool from the Internal Revenue Service expect to launch within the next week.
Delivery of 2020 Census Paper Questionnaires Begin
About 64 million households across the nation are receiving a paper questionnaire in the coming days as the U.S. Census Bureau continues to ensure responding to the census is easier than ever. Of the nation’s households, 46.2% have already responded to the 2020 Census. The remaining households will receive a paper questionnaire starting April 8.
Coronavirus stimulus checks: 175 million Americans will start receiving funds 'this week or early next,' Larry Kudlow says
An estimated 175 million Americans will get stimulus checks with the first payments going out this week or next, according to Larry Kudlow, director of the U.S. National Economic Council. The payments, worth up to $1,200 plus additional $500 per child, are intended to help Americans financially weather job loss, reduced work hours, and other money challenges as large swaths of the country are shut down to curb the coronavirus outbreak.
CDC Recommends Wearing Simple Cloth Face Coverings in Public Settings
Face coverings are not a substitute for staying home to protect yourself and your family from coronavirus (COVID-19), but the CDC does recommend wearing simple cloth face coverings in public settings where other social distancing measures are difficult to maintain - like grocery stores and pharmacies.
The Top Covid-19 Scams
- Written by City of DeSoto's Facebook Page City of DeSoto's Facebook Page
- Category: National National
It's sad, but serious circumstances such as COVID-19 can create many opportunities for scammers. All of our residents, especially our Seniors, should read up on the scams detailed here that are circulating the nation so that you will be ready if any of them cross your paths.
Coronavirus checks, direct deposits are coming. Here's everything you need to know.
- Written by Josh Lederman and Sahil Kapur, NBC News Josh Lederman and Sahil Kapur, NBC News
- Category: National National
WASHINGTON — As the coronavirus crisis ravages the U.S. economy, millions of Americans are urgently awaiting financial help from Congress in the form of direct cash payments.