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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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Delphina Frameworks
Rotations Frameworks
Snaps Monma
Meet You in the Park Monma
Mission Neil Cowley Trio
Kneel Down Neil Cowley Trio

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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Right Side of the Bed Oddisee
No Sugar No Cream Oddisee

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 Spirit Halloween costume store. Like pumpkin patches, the seasonal pop-up shops are a sure sign 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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Earth Druid Neroche
Old Man Winter Neroche
Double 07 (Instrumental) The Alchemist
Shot into the Sun Yppah
Light Cycle Yppah

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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Riddle Mammal Hands
Chaser Mammal Hands
Autumn Leaves Brennan Villines

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