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Conditions at Lincoln Hills and Copper Lake in Wisconsin were so bad that now, a federally appointed monitor oversees the facilities. As the number of kids there has declined, costs have gone up.
Some advocates say the industry needs to move more quickly to address the issue.
Manufacturers complain they can't find skilled workers, even as they face a wave of retirements of older white men.
White unemployment applicants were more likely to get relief than Black applicants.
As Broadway eyes reopening, a performer reflects on a year offstage.
Amid the wreckage of 2020, are there opportunities to fix what was already broken, including the system of human relationships we call the economy?
People of color are almost twice as likely as white people to be worried about how to pay for care if they get COVID-19.
That includes getting laid off, furloughed or having hours or pay reduced because of the pandemic.