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Relaxing might sound easy to do after a hard day's work, but it's harder to switch off than you might think.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said on Tuesday the Republican-led U.S. Senate would vote on a scaled-down coronavirus economic relief bill that Democrats have rejected as they hold out for trillions more as Election Day approaches.
NEW YORK, Oct. 12 (Xinhua) -- In September, about 865,000 women dropped out of the U.S. workforce, compared to 216,000 men, while the U.S. market added 661,000 jobs in all between August and September, The USA Today reported Monday, quoting the latest jobs report released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
GENEVA (Reuters) - Many nurses caring for COVID-19 patients are suffering burn-out or psychological distress, and many have faced abuse or discrimination outside of work, the International Council of Nurses (ICN) said.
Demonstrators on Oct 4 marched to Amazon founder Jeff Bezos' Beverly Hills mansion, protesting company working conditions during the Covid-19 crisis and calling for higher wages, free health care and child care for employees.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin says Trump has "very light symptoms" after testing positive for COVID-19, and he will brief the president later on Friday on negotiations with congressional Democrats for additional federal coronavirus aid.
Currently fathers or other partners in France can take up to 14 days off work after the birth of a child. Macron's government wants to expand that to 28 days, with daily allowances paid by the French state health insurance system - and to make it obligatory for at least a week.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - An Australian man was found guilty on Thursday of killing two women in Perth in the mid-1990s, but acquitted of a third death, marking a partial close to one of the country's highest-profile and longest-running unsolved murder cases.
MELBOURNE/SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia's coronavirus hot spot of Victoria is considering easing curbs sooner than previously flagged, the state's premier said on Wednesday, as the two-week average of new infections in the city of Melbourne dropped below 30.
The world has "a lot more work to do," the former first lady said at a virtual commemoration of the 1995 United Nations Fourth World Conference on Women, held in Beijing.