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The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission filed a federal lawsuit in Wisconsin on Friday against Walmart Inc. for alleged unlawful discrimination against pregnant employees.
The U.S. is sanctioning China's military for buying equipment from Russia that included fighter jets and surface-to-air missiles. Russian President Vladimir Putin (right) is show with Chinese President Xi Jinping, in Russia earlier this month.
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From left, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, Attorney General Jeff Sessions and one-time FBI Acting Director Andrew McCabe have all been political targets of President Trump.
All Things Considered host Mary Louise Kelly (right) records a standup with producer Becky Sullivan at Kim Il Sung Square in Pyongyang ahead of a military parade marking the 70th anniversary of North Korea's founding.
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Jordan McNair, seen playing high school football in 2016, died on June 13, 2018, two weeks after collapsing during a University of Maryland team workout.
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Police gather outside the private home where a day care center is located in the Queens borough of New York City on Friday, after three babies and two adults were stabbed there.
Cleveland Browns wide receiver Jarvis Landry celebrates as the Browns seal their first win since December 2016. On Thursday night, Landry had more than 100 yards receiving — and he threw a two-point conversion pass to quarterback Baker Mayfield.
U.S. Rep. Beto O'Rourke speaks during a campaign rally in Plano, Texas, on Saturday. O'Rourke is the Democratic challenger for the Senate seat currently held by Senator Ted Cruz, R-Texas.
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Voters cast their ballots in August among an array of electronic voting machines in a polling station at the Noor Islamic Cultural Center in Dublin, Ohio. The machines were manufactured by Elections Systems and Software, the largest manufacturer of voting equipment in the country.
Vietnam's President Tran Dai Quang shown during a meeting with Myanmar's leader Aung San Suu Kyi at the Presidential Palace during the World Economic Forum on ASEAN in Hanoi, Vietnam. Quang died Friday at age 61 due to illness.
The pro-gun messaging by the Internet Research Agency, which once made its home in St. Petersburg, Russia, was unusually consistent as part of influence operations against the U.S.
"If you do say, 'Yes, my child has seen a counselor or a therapist or a psychologist,' what does the school then do with that?" asks Laura Goodhue, who has a 9-year-old son on the autism spectrum and a 10-year-old son who has seen a psychologist.
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