U.S. coronavirus


Labor shortages pose problem for food supply chain

While the U.S. food supply remains strong, a number of industries are struggling to stock its shelves and get food to grocery stores. This comes as retailers, warehouses and farmers currently face major labor shortages amid the coronavirus pandemic, while the demand for food industries increases.





Wall to Wall: President Trump working to help small businesses amid coronavirus outbreak

Small businesses are the backbone of the U.S. economy and are getting hit hard by measures put in place to combat the coronavirus. As President Trump works to help relieve the financial stress for small business owners and employees, a conservative U.S. advocacy group has said three major policy measures would combat the economic consequences. Elaine Parker, the president of the Job Creators Network, outlined these measures with One America’s Greta Wall in this exclusive interview.




White House revolutionizes medical records amid virus threat

With the world scrambling to respond to the coronavirus, the question of efficient health care is as vital as ever. Throughout his first term, President Trump has made major strides toward ensuring every American has access to the best health care possible. One America’s Chanel Rion has more from the White House.