Almost 40% of our workforce is made up of working parents. It's been a huge struggle to juggle homeschooling and work in the middle of a pandemic — and it's likely going to get worse. Though many workplaces could reopen this fall, many K-12 schools aren’t.
- Plus, China secretly passed a secret new law on Tuesday that gives it broad power over Hong Kong and will dramatically curtail democratic freedoms.
- And, conservative Supreme Court justices have sided with their liberal counterparts on three important cases for Trump's agenda.
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Editor’s note: This recording was corrected to show mothers are 47% more likely than fathers to have lost or quit their jobs because of the pandemic. (An earlier version said 47% of mothers are facing that situation.)