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Job cuts are rolling in. Here's who is feeling the most pain so far

Tesla, JPMorgan, Netflix, Redfin and Coinbase are among companies that are cutting jobs. While layoffs are contained to the hottest parts of the economy, there's fear they could spread elsewhere.

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With 53 people dead in Texas, here's what you should know about migrant smuggling

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District Attorney José Garza, pictured in Austin, Texas, in 2021. He is one of nearly 90 elected prosecutors from across the country who has publicly pledged not to prosecute those seeking or providing abortions. The Washington Post via Getty Images hide caption

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This Texas district attorney is one of dozens who have vowed not to prosecute abortion

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