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Organizer Heather Goodall, who works at Amazon's warehouse near Albany, N.Y., leads supporters of the Amazon Labor Union in a march on Oct. 10. Lucas Willard/WAMC hide caption

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Amazon workers vote against unionizing at upstate NY warehouse

This marks the second loss for the upstart Amazon Labor Union, which previously formed Amazon's first unionized U.S. warehouse in Staten Island. Amazon is still fighting that historic first union win.

Matthew DePerno, the Republican nominee for Michigan attorney general, speaks during a Trump rally on Oct. 1 in Warren, Mich. DePerno is being investigated for his involvement in an alleged scheme to tamper with voting machines. Emily Elconin/Getty Images hide caption

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The Republican nominee for Michigan attorney general is under investigation himself

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A fisherman (right) smiles on a boat as he ferries passengers to a partially submerged village in southern Pakistan. Diaa Hadid/NPR hide caption

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Fishermen offer a lifeline to Pakistan's flooded villages

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The office of the California Employment Development Department is seen in Sacramento, Calif., Friday, Dec. 18, 2020. Facing as much as $2 b billion in fraud, the EDD is near the top of California lawmakers fixit list as they prepare to return to the state Capitol in the new year. Rich Pedroncelli/AP hide caption

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Pandemic-related fraud totaled billions. California is trying to get some of it back

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Organizer Heather Goodall, who works at Amazon's warehouse near Albany, N.Y., leads supporters of the Amazon Labor Union in a march on Oct. 10. Lucas Willard/WAMC hide caption

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Amazon workers vote against unionizing at upstate NY warehouse

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