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Why are so many women dropping out of the workforce?

For half a century after World War II, women barreled into the job market in numbers that surged higher every year. Then, all of a sudden, they stopped. Since 2000, the share of women working in their prime earning years has declined.

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Memorial Day weekend begins with flags

More than 5,000 Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts place flags by more than 88,000 graves at the Los Angeles National Cemetery. Similar activities are happening at military cemeteries around the world.

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