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The drop in air travel has left tens of thousands of airline workers wondering what they'll do next. For some it's a career change; for others it's finding a temporary job until the industry recovers. Mario Tama/Getty Images hide caption

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'This Is All I've Ever Known': Amid Cuts, Airline Workers Wonder Where They'll Land

Airlines have furloughed tens of thousands of employees. Now they wonder what they'll do next. For some it's a career change; for others it's finding a temporary job until the industry recovers.

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Bear 435 Holly is the 2019 Fat Bear champion. Will she keep her title in 2020? Naomi Boak/NPS Photo hide caption

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May The Fattest Bear Win: Voting Opens For National Park's Pre-Hibernation Contest

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The stock market fell after President Trump tested positive for the coronavirus at a time when investors were already getting concerned about the pace of the economic recovery and the lack of a new stimulus bill from Congress. Angela Weiss/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Trump's Positive Coronavirus Test Result Roils Financial Markets

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The statue of Sebastián de Belalcázar, a 16th century Spanish conquistador, lies on the ground after it was pulled down by Indigenous people in Popayán, Colombia, earlier this year. Julian Moreno/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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U.S. Statue Removals Inspire Indigenous People In Latin America To Topple Monuments

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"This is a moment for the Afghan leaders not to repeat the mistakes of the past, to build a consensus-based system where all key players can participate, and perhaps peace in Afghanistan can change the dynamics even regionally," says U.S. Special Representative for Afghanistan Reconciliation Zalmay Khalilzad, shown here in March. Rahmat Gul/AP hide caption

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Khalilzad: 'A Moment For The Afghan Leaders Not To Repeat The Mistakes Of The Past'

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Michelle Huston, left, and her daughter, Lauren Magaña, reflected on their careers as social workers during their first interview with StoryCorps in Atlanta in 2018. Hillery Rink for StoryCorps hide caption

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Together, Mother And Daughter Social Workers Face New Challenges In A Pandemic

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Ireland's Supreme Court ruled that Subway bread shouldn't be classified as bread for tax purposes due to its sugar-to-flour ratio. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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For Subway, A Ruling Not So Sweet. Irish Court Says Its Bread Isn't Bread

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'This Is All I've Ever Known': Amid Cuts, Airline Workers Wonder Where They'll Land

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President Trump shakes hands with now-former White House physician Dr. Ronny Jackson in January 2018 following his first medical checkup as president. Carolyn Kaster/AP hide caption

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What A Positive Coronavirus Test Means For President Trump's Health

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