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Two years ago, more than 4 million people filed for benefits in a single week. This year, the number's around 180,000.
The U.S. is sending record amounts of liquefied natural gas overseas. But a lot of those export contracts are in 20-year increments.
Today, we check in with China correspondent Jennifer Pak about what it's been like trying to get food during strict lockdowns in China’s largest city.
Ever wanted to be a flight attendant? Here are the "bizarre requirements" applicants had to meet in the 1960s.
Nell McShane Wulfhart tells the story of how women organized to fight sexism in the cabin and turn the job into a lifelong career.
The investment firm is buying American Campus Communities, the largest developer, owner, and manager of student housing in the U.S.
Food delivery operations were activated as eateries and grocery stores emptied. But with restrictions lifted, those changes are fading.