Wall Streeters are not only back at their offices, but they are also heading to the airports again, even as many companies continue to keep their workers at home.
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A man uses his smartphone flashlight to light up his bowl of noodles as he eats breakfast at a restaurant during a blackout in Shenyang, in northeastern China's Liaoning province, Wednesday. People ate breakfast by flashlight and shopkeepers used portable generators as power cuts imposed to meet official conservation goals disrupted manufacturing and daily life.
Glenda Lima, a surgical tech at Houston Women's Reproductive Services, performs an ultrasound on a patient on Sept. 30. The patient drove to the clinic from Louisiana, and the ultrasound was to determine whether the woman was less than six weeks pregnant and eligible to have an abortion in Texas, which has enacted the strictest anti-abortion law in the United States.
The new children's nonfiction series I, Witness aims to help young readers grasp world events that might otherwise feel abstract. The books feature first-person accounts co-edited and curated by Dave Eggers.
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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., has expressed confidence that both key pieces of President Biden's domestic agenda — a bipartisan infrastructure bill and a broader spending package — would ultimately be approved by Congress.
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