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🚨House Democrats are sending over the impeachment articles next week, and White House counsel Pat Cipollone will take the lead in the Trump defense. Go deeper.
There are more women on American payrolls than men, which tells a revealing story about the U.S. economy, Axios' Courtenay Brown reports.
Why it matters: It reflects a hiring boom in industries that are female-dominated, while sectors that are more likely to employ men are lagging in job gains.
What they're saying:
Between the lines: A separate employment survey by the Labor Department shows a persisting gap between men and women.
The bottom line: The unemployment rate is at a half-century low, forcing employers to be less picky.
Videos verified by the AP show the final seconds of the Ukrainian jet that crashed with 176 aboard.
Photo: Steven Senne/AP
The XFL is coming, and with it new gambling — if regulators sign on.
Between the lines: Delaware is a no, "because some of the rules are kind of crazy,” said Vernon Kirk, director of the Delaware Lottery.