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Amid impeachment and the 2020 election, surveys show political fevers running high at work, undercutting trust and productivity. And workers and employers are bracing for those dynamics to get worse. John M Lund Photography Inc/Getty Images hide caption

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I Can't Work With You! How Political Fights Leave Workplaces Divided

Amid impeachment and the 2020 election, surveys show political fevers running high at work, undercutting trust and productivity. And workers and employers are bracing for those dynamics to get worse.

Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar led a press briefing Tuesday laying out the agency's strategy for preventing the novel form of coronavirus from taking hold in the U.S. Alex Brandon/AP hide caption

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As China's Coronavirus Cases Rise, U.S. Agencies Map Out Domestic Containment Plans

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Willie O'Ree (left) and Howie Young (center) of the Los Angeles Blades talk during warm ups before their game at the Los Angeles Sports Arena during the 1963-64 season in Los Angeles, Calif. O'Ree became the first black player in the National Hockey League when he joined the Boston Bruins in 1958. B Bennett/Getty Images hide caption

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Black Hockey Players Celebrated In NHL's Mobile History Museum

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Amid impeachment and the 2020 election, surveys show political fevers running high at work, undercutting trust and productivity. And workers and employers are bracing for those dynamics to get worse. John M Lund Photography Inc/Getty Images hide caption

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I Can't Work With You! How Political Fights Leave Workplaces Divided

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Travelers wait at the ride-share pickup location at Sacramento International Airport. Uber is allowing drivers at three California airports to set their own fares. Scott Rodd/Capital Public Radio hide caption

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Due To New California Law, Uber Allows Some Drivers To Set Their Own Rates

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From left to right, Mick Jones, Joe Strummer and Paul Simonon of The Clash, circa 1980. The band's classic album London Calling was released in the United States 40 years ago this month. Hulton Archive/Getty Images hide caption

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'London Calling' At 40: Greil Marcus Revisits His Original Review

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