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Crystal Kan, a storyboard artist, draws signs on cars of IATSE union members during a rally in Los Angeles in September. Myung J. Chun/Getty Images hide caption

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Hollywood crews vote to authorize a strike for better pay and working conditions

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Many at-home DNA ancestry testing kits require participants to mail in a sample of saliva. Cayce Clifford/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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The Census Has Revealed A More Multiracial U.S. One Reason? Cheaper DNA Tests

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Iowa state Rep. Joe Mitchell was first elected at age 21 and is now the co-founder of an organization looking to recruit fellow young conservatives to seek public office. Charlie Neibergall/AP hide caption

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Snapchat is adding a feature to help young users run for political office

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Children's Halloween costumes hang on a wall at a Spirit Halloween store. Like pumpkin patches, the seasonal pop-up shops are a signal that fall is upon us. Jim Watson/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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It's spooky how fast Spirit Halloween stores pop up. Here's how the retailer does it

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Stephanie Grisham attends the Congressional Picnic on the South Lawn of the White House on June 21, 2019. Saul Loeb/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Once again, Trump aide paints a picture of a White House wracked by chaos, infighting

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