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McDonald's workers are staging another one-day strike to protest the alleged sexual harassment of employees at the chain's restaurants
- McDonald's workers are planning another strike on Tuesday to protest alleged sexual harassment at multiple locations in the US.
- The strike will build upon a pattern of McDonald's #MeToo movements that started in 2018.
- The McDonald's effort is the latest in a line of worker strikes across multiple industries in the month of October alone.
- Wisconsin nonpartisan audit concludes 2020 elections 'largely safe and secure'
- White House delays release of JFK assassination records
- People who've had COVID-19 experience memory problems: Study
- Pregnant women pass fewer coronavirus antibodies to unborn boys than girls: study
- Today's mortgage and refinance rates: October 23, 2021
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Sen. Bernie Sanders said expansions to medicare are 'not coming out' of spending bill, contradicting Biden
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Wisconsin nonpartisan audit concludes that elections in the state were 'largely safe and secure' in 2020
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Biden promises to pass free community college during his term — just not in Democrats' social-spending bill
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President Joe Biden said in a memo that most of the remaining classified files about JFK's assassination will be withheld until next year.
The newly-appointed Texas secretary of state briefly worked with Trump to challenge the 2020 election results in Pennsylvania
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Adobe employees in the US will be required to get vaccinated for COVID-19 by December 8 or else be placed on unpaid leave
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Schools received threatening letters from ant-vaxxers warning teachers they would face 'Nuremberg-style trials'
A report found that 79% of schools in England have received threatening emails from anti-vaxxers. Teachers have borne the brunt of anti-vaxx fury.