Elizabeth Weise

Science Reporter, USA Today

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It’s a tale of two Silicon Valleys.

A High-Powered Silicon Valley Discrimination Trial

It’s a tale of two Silicon Valleys.

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A high-profile court case alleging gender discrimination in the tech industry is heading towards trial this week.

Silicon Valley Closely Watches Gender Discrimination Lawsuit

A high-profile court case alleging gender discrimination in the tech industry is heading towards trial this week.

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Thirteen hundred cases of  salmonella from eating eggs  have been reported in 10 states. Some 500 million eggs have been recalled by two big farms in Iowa.

No Sunnyside for Eggs

Thirteen hundred cases of salmonella from eating eggs have been reported in 10 states. Some 500 million eggs have been recalled by two big farms in Iowa.

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