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  1. FILE PHOTO: Protest in support of the unionizing efforts of the Alabama Amazon workers, in Los Ange

    Ballot review in watershed Amazon union election to stretch into Wednesday

    The National Labor Relations Board's review of ballots from Inc's landmark union election in Alabama will continue on Wednesday, with ...
  2. FILE PHOTO: Congressional delegation visits an Amazon facility to show their support for workers

    Amazon union vote enters final stretch in watershed moment for US labor

    The votes on whether to form a union at Inc's sprawling Alabama fulfillment center are set to be reviewed starting on Tuesday, with ...
  3. FILE PHOTO: The logo of Amazon is seen at the company logistics center in Lauwin-Planque, northern

    Amazon's social media team bares its teeth in Washington's social media team bared its teeth this week to go after two big critics in Congress: Senators Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren.
  4. Biden Inauguration

    US Senator Bernie Sanders' mittens, memes help raise US$1.8m for charity

    The sum comes from the sale of merchandise with the image of him sitting with his arms and legs crossed, clad in his brown parka and recycled wool ...
  5. Sanders and Biden

    Former rival Sanders, Republican Kasich to back Biden at Democratic convention debut

    Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden's former top rival and a Republican critic of President Donald Trump will share a virtual stage in a ...
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    Commentary: Joe Biden’s establishment credentials suddenly look attractive with this coronavirus outbreak

    Faced with a diverse field of candidates and now a major crisis, Democrats go with what they know, says Erin Hurley.
  7. Supporters of Democratic U.S. presidential candidate and former Vice President Joe Biden at his Sup

    Commentary: Super Tuesday and the stunning resurrection of Joe Biden

    Former Vice-President Joe Biden's Lazarus-like re-emergence gives the Democratic party a new mantra: Decency, says the Financial Times' Edward Luce.