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Left: Incumbent Republican Sen. Steve Daines speaks at a manufacturing facility under construction in Bozeman, Mont., in September. Right: Montana Senate candidate Gov. Steve Bullock in 2019.
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Farida Mercedes and her two sons Sebastian, 5, (left) and Lucas, 7, stand in their backyard in Fairlawn, N.J. Mercedes left her job as an assistant VP of HR at L'Oreal in August after working there for 17 years. As hundreds of thousands of women dropped out of the workforce in September, Latinas led the way, leaving at nearly three times the rate of white women.
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A federal lawsuit alleges that Uber's star rating system discriminates against drivers of color and those with accents. According to the suit, Uber terminates drivers whose ratings get too low.
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United Airlines employees work at ticket counters at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport on Oct. 14. United and other airline stocks have been hard-hit by the pandemic economic slowdown.
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A heavily redacted supply contract between the federal government and vaccine developer Moderna, headquartered in Cambridge, Mass., was released Friday.
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TRUMP INTERNATIONAL HOTEL - COLUMBUS CIRCLE, NEW YORK, NY, UNITED STATES - 2017/01/15: Hundreds of activists and allies from the newly-formed anti-Trump group Rise & Resist staged a peaceful protest at Trump International Hotel and Tower in New York City, to fight against the radical changes to the American healthcare system proposed by the Trump Administration and Republicans.
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David Solomon, chairman and CEO of Goldman Sachs, shown here at a business roundtable in New York last year, is among several executives at the bank who will have to give back part of their pay.
The Justice Department says Google CEO Sundar Pichai (left) met privately with Apple chief Tim Cook in 2018 to discuss how their two companies could collaborate.
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Wind turbines near Dwight, Ill. and a pump jack in Cotulla, Texas. The presidential candidates have opposing views on the future of U.S. energy.
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