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Melinda Gates: Women are leaving workforce in huge numbers

CNN's Becky Anderson speaks with Melinda Gates on International Women's Day about what governments can do to support women after the United Nations said the coronavirus pandemic has driven 47 million women out of the workforce.

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Safe water -- it's what women want

Of the many indirect consequences of Covid-19, growing gender inequality is an area of grave concern where the world is falling grievously behind. While women labor at the frontlines, comprising 70% of the world's healthcare workers, according to the World Health Organization (WHO), they are also leaving the workforce at a much higher rate than men, and doing over three-quarters of all unpaid care work, including the care of children.

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Vaccine selfies are everywhere. That's actually a good thing

When Brittany Hall from upstate New York received her first Covid-19 vaccine after barely leaving home since last March, she pulled out her phone and took a selfie to mark the occasion. "I cried so hard the lady that helped me had to comfort me," she said in a tweet along with the picture. "I can't wait to hug my dad and my nieces."

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SCOTUS refuses to take up Stormy Daniels appeal

The Supreme Court on Monday declined to take up a defamation case that the adult movie actress known as Stormy Daniels filed against former President Donald Trump, leaving in place lower court rulings that went against her.

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Lara Trump: Donald Trump may run in 2024 and beyond

Former President Donald Trump will speak at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Orlando, Florida, marking his first public appearance since leaving the White House. Trump's former senior adviser Lara Trump told Fox News that he may be interested in running for office again in 2024.

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Pro-democracy protesters in Myanmar met with violence

Police opened fire on protesters in the Myanmar city of Mandalay, leaving at least two dead, according to volunteer emergency workers cited by Reuters and AFP news agencies who have reporters on the ground. Stringers for CNN confirm that live rounds and tear gas were used to disperse people at an anti-coup protest in the city. CNN's Selina Wang reports.

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Opinion: Lone Star state's trouble comes in bunches

"O Gertrude, Gertrude," King Claudius says to his wife in Act IV of Hamlet. "When sorrows come, they come not single spies. But in battalions." A distraught Ophelia has just exited, leaving the royal couple worrying about her madness, the brooding of Gertrude's son Hamlet and their own fates.

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Why 'It's a Sin' resonates for the Covid generation

In the second episode of new TV drama, "It's a Sin," a young woman named Jill comes to check on a friend who's been unwell. "Just keep your distance!", he blurts as he opens the door, then jumps back six feet -- leaving her hanging awkwardly in his doorway. Before long, she's running his errands and dropping off groceries on the doorstep. But each time she returns to her own apartment, the viewer sees Jill scrub frantically in the shower, scouring herself to purge the taint of the infected household.

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