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In 'Wine Girl,' Taking On The Old Boys Of The Wine World

Victoria James loves wine; she became a sommelier at 21 — but she discovered that the world of wine was an old boys' club that didn't welcome women. Her new memoir chronicles her fight to fit in.

Polling stations were shut down in Columbus, Ohio on March 17. Hours before polls were set to open, Gov. Mike DeWine called off in-person voting due to the coronavirus outbreak and is attempting to reschedule the election for June. Matthew Hatcher/Getty Images hide caption

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As Coronavirus Delays Primary Season, States Weigh Expanding Absentee Voting

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Airlines say they will likely have to lay off thousands of workers if Congress can't pass a coronavirus economic relief package soon. Amtrak, bus lines and subways are suffering, too. Above, an empty walkway at Las Vegas' McCarran International Airport on March 19, 2020. Ethan Miller/Getty Images hide caption

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With Transportation Industry In Trouble, Workers Wait For Federal Aid Package

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