Pennsylvania's supreme court extended the battleground state's absentee ballot deadline and approved of mail-in ballot drop boxes, a legal win for Democrats.
Amid the pandemic, tributes were colored by coronavirus precautions and the devastating losses from the health crisis.
About 60% of U.S. homes sold in the second quarter were "affordable" to typical families.
Ashley Chorath, 27, makes $60,000/year and Andrew Tiu, 31, makes $58,000/year. The couple works as resident physicians in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Chorath has nearly $180,000 in student loans left to pay off. This is an installment of CNBC Make It's Millennial Money series, which profiles people around the world and details how they earn, spend and save their money.
Trump gets poor marks for his handling of the coronavirus in Arizona, Florida, Michigan, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.
As restaurants and stores begin to reopen after months of closure, liquor store employees and owners are wondering what the new normal will be and whether reopening efforts will bolster business.
Black Americans have taken the brunt of the coronavirus damage and are more concerned about the pandemic than other racial groups.
Swing states are sharply divided over the coronavirus with just six months to go before Election Day, according to a CNBC/Change Research poll.
Hotels are cautiously reopening in anticipation of summer travel, but it's anything but business as usual. From checking in to breakfast buffets, here's what to expect during your next hotel stay.
Georgia, Michigan and Pennsylvania are seeing surges in claims for unemployment benefits as workers grapple with Covid-19 rules.
Protests over governors' stay-at-home orders were staged in several state capitals around the country.
Connecticut is working with New York, New Jersey, Rhode Island, Delaware, Pennsylvania and Massachusetts on a coordinated effort to reopen their state economies. Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont joins "Squawk Box" to discuss the process and what a return to normal may look like.
This most important news this week: Job losses mount and small business loans run out as coronavirus testing remains short.
Michigan and Pennsylvania, which backed Trump in 2016, have some of the highest jobless claims per capita during the coronavirus outbreak.
Covid-19 has infected more than 2,151,100 people around the world as of Thursday, killing at least 142,735 people.
CNBC's Contessa Brewer reports on how East Coast governors are strategizing on reopening the economy.
As voters in six 2020 swing states worry about getting the coronavirus, they're also concerned about lost wages and covering the cost of living.
CNBC's Steve Liesman joins "Squawk Box" with a preview of the March jobs report and explains why the numbers will not be truly reflective of the economic impact of coronavirus.
Claims for state unemployment were most concentrated in Hawaii, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Washington state and Massachusetts.
Claims for state unemployment were most concentrated in Rhode Island, Nevada, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, New Jersey and Washington state.