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Despite the chaotic withdrawal from Afghanistan and the spat with France, senior officials from a range of U.S. allies said there is no major damage to relationships.
An examination of several phenomena — wage growth, inflation and disruptions in the supply chain and the restaurant industry — breaks down what’s happening.
Union workers participate in a strike against Kellogg Co. on Oct. 11 at its plant in Battle Creek, Mich. (Battle Creek Enquirer/AP)
The labor activism is affecting a broad range of American workplaces, powered by the same grievances about wages, benefits and quality of life driving the Great Resignation.
Organizations that monitor kidnappings said the much-feared gang known as 400 Mawozo was behind the abduction of 17 people, primarily Americans. The gang is known for targeting religious groups and for kidnappings involving buses and carloads of victims.
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Phoenix's Kia Vaughn, left, and Chicago's Stefanie Dolson. (Stacy Revere/Getty Images)
Led by all-star Kahleah Copper and two-time league MVP Candace Parker, the Sky held off the Mercury and veteran stars Diana Taurasi and Brittney Griner to capture the title in its second WNBA Finals appearance.
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Teachers and other school staff in Arlington have reached a deadline to be vaccinated — among the first school systems in the region to begin enforcing a vaccination mandate.
The city will spend nearly $40 million on new workers whose jobs are tied to dealing with the coronavirus.
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Workers had raised issues with low pay from streaming services and work bleeding over into their evenings and weekends.
Throughout Amelia Earhart’s public life, she was tenacious about guarding her privacy, including her desire to be a writer.
“Age doesn’t matter if you keep evolving,” says Jawole Willa Jo Zollar, founder of the Urban Bush Women dance troupe. (John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation)
“Age doesn’t matter if you keep evolving,” says Jawole Willa Jo Zollar, founder of the Urban Bush Women dance troupe.