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This is the cafeteria at the IRS office in Austin. Yes, the cafeteria. (Matthew Busch for The Post)
A visit to the Internal Revenue Service's offices in Austin reveals the antiquated system the IRS uses to process millions of tax returns each year.
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Rosewood Hotel Group CEO Sonia Cheng says the company is working on tech advances to personalize guest stays, predicting their wants and needs and help make employees’ jobs easier.
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State court races have taken on new prominence after the Dobbs ruling that overturned Roe v. Wade. Candidates say voters are showing enthusiasm they have never seen before.
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Extreme heat is making work more dangerous. But beyond the West Coast, the fight to protect workers faces head winds.
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For Generation X, Olivia Newton-John's turn in "Grease" came just as they started having questions about everything sex. Tell us more, tell us more. And she did.
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