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A California ballot measure over whether Uber and Lyft should treat their drivers as employees divided gig workers but was approved by voters. Frederic J. Brown/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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California Voters Give Uber, Lyft A Win But Some Drivers Aren't So Sure

Uber and Lyft are cheering the passage of Prop 22, which says they don't have to treat their drivers as employees and provide benefits such as paid sick leave. Critics say they'll keep fighting.

Waltz for Aidan Mogwai
Hungry Face Mogwai
Stand By Me Martha Reeves
What's Going On (Instrumental) Dr. Saxlove

Voters are sharply divided along partisan lines and their views on President Trump and Joe Biden when it comes to the economy and the pandemic, according to a massive poll conducted by The Associated Press. AP hide caption

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Election Shows Stark Partisan Divide On Economy, Coronavirus

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Iranian human rights lawyer Nasrin Sotoudeh with a poster of South Africa's Nelson Mandela, in a scene from the Nasrin documentary. Floating World Pictures hide caption

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Floating World Pictures

'Nasrin' Documentary Spotlights Life And Work Of Jailed Iranian Human Rights Lawyer

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The Last of Us Gustavo Santaolalla
The Hunters Gustavo Santaolalla
5/4 Clogs
A River Runs Through This City Esmerine

Nashville's music industry has never given homegrown hip-hop the support it deserves, so the city's artists and entrepreneurs are creating their own institutions. ilbusca/Getty Images hide caption

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Hip-Hop In Nashville Is Making Its Own Way

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S.O.B.B. Story Lauren McClinton
Nashville Bigbadbeats

A California ballot measure over whether Uber and Lyft should treat their drivers as employees divided gig workers but was approved by voters. Frederic J. Brown/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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California Voters Give Uber, Lyft A Win But Some Drivers Aren't So Sure

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Keep It Simple Stupid The Gaslamp Killer & Shigeto
Nissim The Gaslamp Killer & Amir Yaghmai

Sarah McBride of Delaware, Jenifer Rajkumar of New York and Mondaire Jones of New York. McBride: Jason Minto/AP Rajkumar: Patrick McMullan via Getty Image Mondaire Jones: Kathy Willens/AP hide caption

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McBride: Jason Minto/AP Rajkumar: Patrick McMullan via Getty Image Mondaire Jones: Kathy Willens/AP

Local, State Elections Hit Unique Diversity Milestones

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Cycles of 9 Mark Pritchard
Beautiful People - Alternative Instrumental 1 Mark Pritchard
Bruce Springsteen (Instrumental) Strawberry Mountain
Zookeeper (Instrumental) Strawberry Mountain
Pygmy Flying Lotus
Capillaries Flying Lotus
Shroud The Stars Max Tannone

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