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For election night 2016, Gretchen Sisson had a sheet cake made for her friends, expecting to celebrate the election of the first woman president of the United States. Things didn't turn out as she expected. Gretchen Sisson hide caption

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2020 Is The Year Of The Woman Donor: Campaign Contributions Surge

The share of female donors has surged to more than 43% this year, and it could make a big difference in some of this year's closest political races.

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2020 Is The Year Of The Woman Donor: Campaign Contributions Surge

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This negative-stained transmission electron micrograph depicts the ultrastructural details of an influenza virus particle, or virion. Frederick Murphy/CDC hide caption

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Flu Season Looms And Scientists Wonder How Flu And COVID-19 Might Mix

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