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The U.S. Justice Department is suing Google, accusing the tech giant of breaking antitrust laws as it has amassed power and grown into the world's most dominant search engine. Drew Angerer/Getty Images hide caption

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Google Abuses Its Monopoly Power Over Search, Justice Department Says In Lawsuit

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Open enrollment is about to start for those buying private insurance off state or federal exchanges. PhotoAlto/Frederic Cirou/Getty Images hide caption

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Passengers enter a checkpoint at O'Hare International Airport on Monday. The TSA reports it screened over 1 million passengers on Sunday, the highest number since the coronavirus crisis began. Scott Olson/Getty Images hide caption

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Channing Dungey was named the next chairman of Warner Bros. Television Group. She previously served in executive roles at ABC and Netflix. She is seen here at the Fortune Most Powerful Women Summit 2018. Phillip Faraone/Getty Images for Fortune hide caption

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Richard Wang, who calls MLB games for Fox Sports Taiwan in Mandarin Chinese, had never called a baseball game in English. This spring, as the pandemic shut down baseball in the U.S., he was tapped to introduce Taiwan's professional baseball league to a global audience. Sam Yeh/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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For Fans Hungry For Baseball, Taiwanese Announcer Made Right Call In Unusual Season

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A worker at Thinova Magnet Co. Ltd. puts rare earth magnets into a press at a factory in Zhejiang province. Emily Feng/NPR hide caption

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China's Economy Bounces Back As Pandemic Is Brought Under Control

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TikTok says it is banning all accounts that share content related to the QAnon conspiracy theory, hardening its previous policy on the far-right movement. Kiichiro Sato/AP hide caption

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TikTok Tightens Crackdown On QAnon, Will Ban Accounts That Promote Disinformation

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The New York Post's claims about Hunter Biden relied on Steve Bannon (left), Rudy Giuliani and a heavy dose of assumptions. Jeff J Mitchell and Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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Hundreds of unemployed Kentucky residents wait in long lines outside the Kentucky Career Center in Frankfort for help with their unemployment claims on June 19. New research shows savings built up by the jobless are starting to run out. John Sommers II/Getty Images hide caption

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'I'm Still Unemployed': Millions In Dire Situation As Savings Start To Run Out

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U.S. Agency for Global Media CEO Michael Pack was found by a D.C. judge to have broken the law when he seized control of a fund intended to design ways for people living under repressive regimes to have secure access to the Web. U.S. Agency for Global Media hide caption

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Opening Schools And Other Hard Decisions

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The Lehman Trilogy

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The government shortfall for the fiscal year that just ended is far greater than was seen during the height of the Great Recession. The national debt now exceeds the size of the U.S. economy. Patrick Semansky/AP hide caption

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Shoppers stroll through the newly reopened Westfield Santa Anita mall in Arcadia, Calif., on Oct. 7. Frederic J. Brown/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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