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Women make less in the gig economy. A new study asked why.

Women make less in the gig economy. A new study asked why.

When Jennifer Cartlidge lost her job at a pet supply store after covid-19 began shuttering businesses last March, she rushed to find work that minimized face-to-face contact. Cartlidge, 40, is a kidney cancer survivor with autoimmune issues, so she’s considered high-risk. Signing up to drive for the food delivery app DoorDash near her St. Louis home seemed like her best bet. “It’s been a lifesaver,” said Cartlidge, who’s a mother of four school-age children. “I can take time off when my kids are sick and help them with remote learning.” Cartlidge said she doesn’t take orders that offer less...

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Is Ohio ready to elect a new member of ‘the Squad’? These progressives hope so.

Is Ohio ready to elect a new member of ‘the Squad’? These progressives hope so.

Interpretation of the news based on evidence, including data, as well as anticipating how events might unfold based on past events In 2019, became an overnight rallying cry for the presidential campaign of Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.). That was thanks to former Ohio state senator Nina Turner, Sanders’s campaign co-chair. Recognized by supporters for delivering some of the most memorable, “” speeches of the campaign, the Cleveland native has a tendency to speak with the panache of a preacher, gradually ramping up and punctuating her message with raised arms or pointed fingers as if they were...

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The ceilings collapsed at a Texas domestic violence shelter. Where do the women go now?

The ceilings collapsed at a Texas domestic violence shelter. Where do the women go now?

When women arrive at the Family Place, Ashley Jackson hands them a folder with a code to their room. There are fresh sheets and towels waiting for you, Jackson tells them. Your bed is already made. You can sleep, she says — and you will be safe. Walking into the Dallas domestic violence shelter at 3 p.m. on Tuesday, Jackson found dozens of sheets and towels, drenched and balled up on the ground. The pipes had burst. Water was gushing through the hallways and seeping under doors. In several rooms, the ceiling had buckled, splattering insulation across the carpet like vomit. Women frantically...

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Women are missing from the GameStop news. Experts blame this ‘fratty’ subreddit.

Women are missing from the GameStop news. Experts blame this ‘fratty’ subreddit.

Chloe Stevens bought her first stock when she was 10 years old. She and her dad would track the markets on CNBC, buying into Barnes & Noble and the Hershey Company because they were doing well, but also because Stevens liked books and chocolate. When she got to high school, she offered to make monthly budgets, free of charge, for any friend who wanted one. By age 20, Stevens knew she had a passion for personal finance — and she wanted to get better at it. Stevens, now 21, kept hearing about one particular subreddit, now known as the community that drove GameStop’s stock market surge. Once...

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Florida State just barred many employees from caring for kids while working remotely. Moms ask: ‘What am I supposed to do?’

Florida State just barred many employees from caring for kids while working remotely. Moms ask: ‘What am I supposed to do?’

Jenny Root is used to receiving emails about the coronavirus from Florida State University: They every few days, updating employees on the latest travel advice and estimates for when campus might reopen. When the Friday afternoon email arrived, Root, who has a 7-month-old daughter, was pumping. Phone in one hand, she scrolled until an unfamiliar subhead caught her attention: “Remote Work Update.” “In March 2020, the University communicated a temporary exception to policy which allowed employees to care for children at home while on the Temporary Remote Work agreement,” the email read....

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