It's been 40 years since Congress first acted to outlaw pregnancy discrimination — it's long past time for it to assure that pregnant workers get necessary accommodations to stay on the job.

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BREAKING: @UKLabour  newest MP - former Tory@Christian4BuryS  -backs up @William_Wragg  allegations about rebel MPs being threatened by whips. He says he was told that plans for a new high school in his constituency could be scrapped unless he voted a certain way.

POLL: 80% of voters favor requiring voters to show a photo ID before casting a ballot.

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“In wake of the #COVID19  situation, it has been decided to extend all the existing restrictions till 6th February, 2022," Bihar CM Nitish Kumar tweets.

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TO The miracle survival of a 57-year-old disabled man who survived in the ocean for 27 hours after being swept away by a tsunami wave is one of the first astonishing accounts to emerge from TongaThread🧵👇

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An American Airlines flight to London from Miami turned around about an hour into its journey because of a passenger who refused to follow Covid masking rules, the airline said.

EXCLUSIVE: Through his nonprofit, Dick Uihlein, founder of Uline shipping company, donated millions of dollars to groups associated with overturning the election and even right-wing extremist organizations, including ones designated as hate groups

Asia successfully kept COVID-19 at bay for the past two years using a series of tried-and-true measures including strict border controls. Here’s how Omicron could break Asia’s COVID-19 strategy:

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President Joe Biden ends his first year in the White House with a clear majority of Americans for the first time disapproving of his handling of the presidency, according to a new poll from The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research.

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Teenage aviator Zara Rutherford has become the youngest woman to fly around the world solo

To mark President Biden’s first year in office, we take stock of how the U.S. has performed in the past year.

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