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Businesses are still hiring even while closed

Oil and gas industry leaders look for solutions for the labor market

North Dakota sets new record for unemployment rate

Update to coronavirus impact on Job Service ND

North Dakota at an all-time high for jobless claims

Fewer eligibility requirements needed for filing unemployment claims due to pandemic

Bismarck Career Academy bridging gap in in-demand jobs

Bureau of Labor Statistics says women in ND made significantly less than male workers in 2018

Big job markets for 2020 in Bismarck

ND Supreme Court suspends expanded access to online records

ND unemployment numbers near record lows

ND state employee retirement fund 'vulnerable'

Empowering employees with disabilities

Unemployment numbers on the rise

Williston’s mass lay-offs prompt proactivity in other oil, gas companies

Jobs report slip won’t have much effect Bismarck and Mandan

Strong jobs report holds true in Bismarck-Mandan

Teen employment down for the summer

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Cities across nation brace for another night of protests

In Los Angeles three police vehicles burned as the mayor called for a downtown curfew.

Curfews go into effect in cities around the country

Curfews will be in effect Saturday evening in Denver, Atlanta, Los Angeles, and Philadelphia.

Attendee at packed Memorial Day gathering tests positive for coronavirus

Hundreds were possibly exposed to coronavirus after someone at a crowded pool party at Missouri’s Lake of the Ozarks tested positive for COVID-19. States continue to reopen, with some areas seeing a surge in cases and others preparing for a possible second spike.

Historic space launch a reminder that there’s reason for hope

NBC News’ José Díaz-Balart reflects on this moment in America. Today’s historic space launch reminds us “that we can still do great things.”

Inside a coronavirus vaccine production lab amid development race

A Johnson & Johnson scientist tells NBC News’ Richard Engel that the company hopes to have the first sets of its vaccine available for use “early next year.” As the race to develop a coronavirus vaccine continues, there are new concerns about which countries will receive it first.