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A slew of companies will cover travel expenses for employees that have to travel out of their state for an abortion after the Supreme Court overturned federal protections for the procedure.
Netflix's decision to lay off more employees follows a similar cutting of staff in May and an earlier decline in U.S. subscribers for the first time in over a decade.
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Last year, President Biden announced "Build Back Better World," meant to compete with China's Belt and Road Initiative. This year at the G-7, Biden will unveil the first projects.
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Brandon Schwedes of Port Orange, Fla., with his 11-year-old daughter and 8-year-old son. Schwedes had to move this year when the landlord dramatically raised the rent, then was outbid before finding another place he could afford.
The Ukrainian (top) and European Union flags fly on poles in Kyiv on Thursday ahead of an EU summit in Brussels considering Ukraine's candidate status to join the 27-nation bloc.
The House Select Committee has used TV news techniques and documentary evidence to argue that then President Donald Trump knowingly pressured public officials to commit illegal acts. In this case, the panel displayed a transcript of his call to Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger as it played excerpts of the audio.
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Scientists hope the larvae of the darkling beetle — nicknamed "superworms" — might solve the world's trash crisis thanks to their uncanny ability to eat polystyrene.
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Service members of the 126th Separate Territorial Brigade of the Armed Forces of Ukraine take part in military exercises in the Odesa region on Wednesday.
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Seven Starbucks workers in Buffalo, N.Y. say they were fired because of their involvement in unionizing. The National Labor Relations Board is asking a court to reinstate them.
Emergency personnel arrive to evacuate people at a mass shelter, on Sept. 2, 2021 in Independence, La. The owner of seven Louisiana nursing homes whose residents suffered in squalid conditions after being evacuated to a warehouse for Hurricane Ida has been arrested.
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Workers at an Amazon warehouse on Staten Island voted in March 2022 to join the Amazon Labor Union. Amazon is presenting its objections to the election before a National Labor Relations Board hearing being conducted over Zoom.
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Marilynn Malerba stands next to a photograph of late Chief Ralph Sturges at tribal offices in Uncasville, Conn., on March 4, 2010. On Wednesday, President Biden announced his intent to appoint her U.S. treasurer in a historic first.
Jerome Powell, Chairman, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System testifies before the Senate Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs Committee on June 22, 2022 in Washington, DC.
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