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Before the coronavirus crisis, there were briefly more women on U.S. payrolls than men. That's no longer true. Women accounted for 55% of the rise in job losses last month. Nam Y. Huh/AP hide caption

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Women Bear The Brunt Of Coronavirus Job Losses

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Singer Little Richard making peace sign and wearing an outlandish outfit as he prepares to perform at Wembley Stadium, 1972. (Photo by Rosemary Matthews/Keystone Features/Getty Images) Rosemary Matthews/Getty Images hide caption

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Little Richard, The 'King And Queen' Of Rock And Roll, Dead At 87

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