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The Coronavirus Crisis

There Are Complex Forces Keeping Women From Coming Back to Work

Millions of women who lost their jobs in the pandemic have yet to return to work, even though the economy has improved. What's keeping them back is a mix of factors that may not be resolved quickly.

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Indiana Needle Exchange That Helped Contain A Historic HIV Outbreak To Be Shut Down

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Chow Hang-tung, the vice chair of The Hong Kong Alliance in Support of Patriotic Democratic Movements of China, speaks to media May 6 outside a court in Hong Kong. Hong Kong police on arrested Chow on Friday. Rafael Wober/AP hide caption

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Hong Kong's Tiananmen Square Vigil Is Banned As Authorities Arrest Organizers

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A Nordstrom store is looking for employees last month in Coral Gables, Fla. Citing a severe shortage of workers, half of the nation's governors have decided to end extra federal jobless benefits months early. Marta Lavandier/AP hide caption

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Half Of States Are Ending Pandemic Jobless Aid Early, And The Economy Could Suffer

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Millions Of Women Haven't Rejoined The Workforce — And May Not Anytime Soon

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From left: A New Delhi woman waits in an observation room after getting the Covishield vaccine (the name used for the AstraZeneca vaccine in India) on May 26. U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson leaves a vaccination center after his first AstraZeneca dose on March 19. On March 9, Nairobi, Kenya, began vaccinating groups, including health care workers and older people, with the AstraZeneca vaccine. From left: Prakash Singh, Aaron Chown, Robert Bonet/Getty Images hide caption

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It's The Vaccine That's Lost A Lot Of Trust. But AstraZeneca Still Has Its Fans

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NASA Picks Twin Missions To Visit Venus, Earth's 'Evil Twin'

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