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Demonstrators listen to speeches during a rally in support of abortion rights on Thursday in Miami. Lynne Sladky/AP hide caption

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Abortion Limits Carry Economic Cost For Women

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Dani Izzie at her home in rural Virginia. More than a decade ago, she slipped in the bathroom and suffered a spinal cord injury that has left her unable to walk. She works as a social media manager for Spinergy, a company that makes high-performance wheels for wheelchairs. Greg Kahn for NPR hide caption

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Many Are Replacing Disability Checks With Paychecks

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Courtney Hering, who is getting married next year, is planning a slightly more lavish wedding reception. After seven years at Kohler, she finally feels like she has found a professional home. Sara Stathas for NPR hide caption

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2-Tiered Wages Under Fire: Workers Challenge Unequal Pay For Equal Work

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Trump Softens Escalating Iran War Rhetoric

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Jerry Castillo prepares a steel pipe at the Borusan Mannesmann Pipe manufacturing facility Tuesday, June 5, 2018, in Baytown, Texas. The company is seeking a waiver from the steel tariff to import tubing and casing. David J. Phillip/AP hide caption

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Tariff Waivers Let U.S. Government Pick Winners And Losers

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Trade Talks End With No Agreement

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Cargo is unloaded from a container ship at the main port terminal in Long Beach, Calif., on Friday. Two days of trade talks between the U.S. and China ended without a deal to avert more tariffs. Mark Ralston/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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White House Follows Through With Tariff Hikes On Chinese Imports

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U.S.-China Talks: How Did We Get Here?

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U.S. Farmers Have Multiple Concerns When It Comes To Trade Talks

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A worker dumps a bucket of tomatoes into a trailer at DiMare Farms in Florida City, Fla., in 2013. The Trump administration is preparing to level a new tariff on fresh tomatoes imported from Mexico in response to complaints from Florida growers. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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Food Fight: Trump Administration Levels Tariffs On Mexican Tomatoes

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Frustrated With Trade Talks, Trump Threatens China With Tariffs

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Unemployment Falls To Lowest Level In Almost 50 Years

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Betty Fernandez of Macy's department store speaks with a potential applicant about job openings during a job fair in Miami on April 5. Employers added far more jobs than expected in April — another sign the U.S. economy is chugging along as the expansion nears the 10-year mark. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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Unemployment Drops To 3.6%, 263,000 Jobs Added, Showing Economy Remains Strong

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