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Biden Blasts Trump As A President Who 'Believes He Is Above The Law'

The former vice president, who is at the center of Trump's Ukraine call controversy, is now in favor of impeachment if the president doesn't comply with Congress.

A long-awaited update to federal overtime rules means about 1.3 million workers will be entitled to extra pay when they work more than 40 hours a week. Robyn Beck/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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1.3 Million More Workers Eligible For Overtime Pay, But Some Say Rules Fall Short

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Every High (Piano Solo) Kyson
Cities in Dust Siouxsie and the Banshees
Swayed Kiasmos
NOTHIN LIKE U (INSTRUMENTAL) KAYTRANADA
Pepperland George Martin

Gloria Gaynor originally recorded "I Will Survive" as a B-side, but swiftly after its release in October 1978 it became a worldwide hit. Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images hide caption

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'I Will Survive' Saves Marginalized People A Spot On The Dance Floor

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I Will Survive Gloria Gaynor
Going Back to My Roots Richie Havens

U.S. Rep. Bennie Thompson, D-Miss., says that under current election procedure, there's "no way" he could win statewide office in Mississippi. Several African-Americans are now challenging those procedures. Mark Wilson/Getty Images hide caption

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Black Voters Sue Over Mississippi's Jim Crow-Era Election Law

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T.O.R. Gaussian Curve
Glider Tycho

Adam Neumann, the workspace sharing company WeWork's co-founder, is quitting as CEO amid problems with the firm's initial public offering. Mark Lennihan/AP hide caption

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WeWork CEO Steps Down As IPO Stalls

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End of Line Daft Punk
Oscillation Wild Nothing

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Biden Blasts Trump As A President Who 'Believes He Is Above The Law'

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Hawaiian Feelings Fillo & Soupbox
All Mirrors Angel Olsen
In The Mix Mariah Carey
Here We Are Again Joey Pecoraro

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