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There's a risk, but some states have laws protecting employees from being fired for legal off-duty activities.
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Chris Montana, owner of the first Black-owned microdistillery in the U.S., shares his hopes for the future.
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Seats for a news briefing were moved closer together as reporters served as a "prop" for an employment statement.
The president frequently attacks the former FBI attorney, who played an early role in the Russia investigation.
Canada's prime minister performed the symbolic gesture on Parliament Hill in Ottawa.
Trump “has no understanding of what the rule of law really means in this country,” argued William Cohen.
The pandemic may have temporarily cleaned the air, but it also threatens to take away the funding to keep it that way.
She was living in Washington, but voted in Florida. he used an address he promised officials would not be a residence.
Obama called the anti-racism protests a "sea change" in a conversation with Rep. John Lewis and Bryan Stevenson.
Twitter users pointed out the hypocrisy of Donald Trump’s daughter and adviser.
"America made it to the end of another week, so TGIF, which of course now stands for This Government Is Fascist."
Trump "dodged the draft" and now "hides from protesters in a deep bunker firing off tweets," mocks a new video.
Protests continue around the country, coronavirus lingers and Pride month begins in this week's best images.
False and misleading stories have life-and-death consequences. Here are the tools to fight them.

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