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Many are abandoning Facebook, but some face a different problem: exile from the network. Even after appeals, these users remain stuck in light-blue purgatory.
As unemployment rates nationwide have sunk to record lows, filching workers — from kitchens and construction sites, warehouses and Walmarts, truck cabs and nursing homes — has become routine.
About 60 million Indians hop on an e-rickshaw every day, analysts estimate. In a country with limited shared transit options and a vast population of working poor people, the vehicles provide a vital service as well as a decent living for drivers.
This is language more typically used by presidents to refer to hostile foreign governments or terrorist groups.
Trump met for an hour with Harvey Levin, of TMZ, in a session that wasn't listed on the president’s public schedule.
A reliable job no longer delivers reliable pay. “Only households that earn $105,000 or more a year are secure”
For the first time, Barneys is carrying a musician’s touring merchandise.