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A customer walks by a "Now Hiring" sign posted in front of a store in Novato, Calif., on April 7, 2023. The labor market remains red hot. That's great for workers, but it's bound to reinforce concerns about high inflation.
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The U.S. added 339,000 jobs in May. It's a stunningly strong number
In this handout image supplied by the European Space Agency on July 16, 2008, the Echus Chasma, one of the largest water source regions on Mars, is pictured from ESA's Mars Express.
The reporter's kids, Sasha and Noa, both love falling asleep to lullabies. This is a sleeping self-portrait by Sasha, age 4. With great attention to detail, she has drawn the unicorns on her comforter.
A lullaby really can work magic. Science tells us why and how
Jaqueline Benitez pushes her cart down an aisle as she shops for groceries at a supermarket in Bellflower, Calif., on Monday, Feb. 13, 2023. Benitez, 21, who works as a preschool teacher, depends on California's SNAP benefits to help pay for food.
First responders who were clearing a crash on a Georgia highway witnessed a scary spectacle, when a motorist drove onto a tow truck's lowered ramp at speed.
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Student loan borrowers gather near The White House in May 2020. On Thursday, the Senate voted to repeal President Biden's plan to offer up to $20,000 in federal student loan debt relief.
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