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USA-AUTOS/LABOR
RTX6R0C9 
March 13, 2019 
United Auto Workers (UAW) union Vice-President Terry Dittes addresses delegates during the 'Special Convention... 
Toledo, UNITED STATES 
United Auto Workers (UAW) union Vice-President Terry Dittes addresses delegates during the 'Special Convention... 
United Auto Workers (UAW) union Vice-President Terry Dittes addresses delegates during the 'Special Convention on Collective Bargaining' in Detroit, Michigan, U.S. March 12, 2019. Picture taken March 12, 2019. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook 
USA-AUTOS/LABOR
RTX6R0AQ 
March 13, 2019 
United Auto Workers (UAW) union President Gary Jones addresses the media as UAW Vice-Presidents Cindy... 
Detroit, UNITED STATES 
United Auto Workers (UAW) union President Gary Jones addresses the media as UAW Vice-Presidents Cindy... 
United Auto Workers (UAW) union President Gary Jones addresses the media as UAW Vice-Presidents Cindy Estrada and Terry Dittes listen during the 'Special Convention on Collective Bargaining' in Detroit, Michigan, U.S. March 13, 2019. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook 
USA-AUTOS/LABOR
RTX6R09Z 
March 13, 2019 
United Auto Workers (UAW) union delegates chant "we are one" during the 'Special Convention on Collective... 
Detroit, UNITED STATES 
United Auto Workers (UAW) union delegates chant "we are one" during the 'Special Convention on Collective... 
United Auto Workers (UAW) union delegates chant "we are one" during the 'Special Convention on Collective Bargaining' in Detroit, Michigan, U.S. March 13, 2019. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook 
USA-AUTOS/LABOR
RTX6R09Y 
March 13, 2019 
United Auto Workers (UAW) union delegates chant "we are one" during the 'Special Convention on Collective... 
Detroit, UNITED STATES 
United Auto Workers (UAW) union delegates chant "we are one" during the 'Special Convention on Collective... 
United Auto Workers (UAW) union delegates chant "we are one" during the 'Special Convention on Collective Bargaining' in Detroit, Michigan, U.S. March 13, 2019. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook 
USA-AUTOS/LABOR
RTX6R06C 
March 13, 2019 
United Auto Workers (UAW) union Vice-President Rory Gamble addresses UAW delegates at the 'Special Convention... 
Detroit, UNITED STATES 
United Auto Workers (UAW) union Vice-President Rory Gamble addresses UAW delegates at the 'Special Convention... 
United Auto Workers (UAW) union Vice-President Rory Gamble addresses UAW delegates at the 'Special Convention on Collective Bargaining' in Detroit, Michigan, U.S. March 13, 2019. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook 
USA-AUTOS/LABOR
RTX6R05R 
March 13, 2019 
United Auto Workers (UAW) union Vice-President Cindy Estrada addresses delegates during the 'Special... 
Detroit, UNITED STATES 
United Auto Workers (UAW) union Vice-President Cindy Estrada addresses delegates during the 'Special... 
United Auto Workers (UAW) union Vice-President Cindy Estrada addresses delegates during the 'Special Convention on Collective Bargaining' in Detroit, Michigan, U.S. March 12, 2019. Picture taken March 12, 2019. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook 
USA-AUTOS/LABOR
RTX6R05Q 
March 13, 2019 
United Auto Workers (UAW) union Vice-President Cindy Estrada addresses delegates during the 'Special... 
Detroit, UNITED STATES 
United Auto Workers (UAW) union Vice-President Cindy Estrada addresses delegates during the 'Special... 
United Auto Workers (UAW) union Vice-President Cindy Estrada addresses delegates during the 'Special Convention on Collective Bargaining' in Detroit, Michigan, U.S. March 12, 2019. Picture taken March 12, 2019. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook 
USA-AUTOS/LABOR
RTX6QZZ7 
March 13, 2019 
United Auto Workers (UAW) union delegates listen to speakers during the 'Special Convention on Collective... 
Detroit, UNITED STATES 
United Auto Workers (UAW) union delegates listen to speakers during the 'Special Convention on Collective... 
United Auto Workers (UAW) union delegates listen to speakers during the 'Special Convention on Collective Bargaining' in Detroit, Michigan, U.S. March 13, 2019. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook 
USA-AUTOS/LABOR
RTX6QZZ5 
March 13, 2019 
United Auto Workers (UAW) union delegates listen to speakers during the 'Special Convention on Collective... 
Detroit, UNITED STATES 
United Auto Workers (UAW) union delegates listen to speakers during the 'Special Convention on Collective... 
United Auto Workers (UAW) union delegates listen to speakers during the 'Special Convention on Collective Bargaining' in Detroit, Michigan, U.S. March 13, 2019. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook 
USA-AUTOS/LABOR
RTX6QZZ3 
March 13, 2019 
United Auto Workers (UAW) union President Gary Jones addresses UAW delegates at the 'Special Convention... 
Detroit, UNITED STATES 
United Auto Workers (UAW) union President Gary Jones addresses UAW delegates at the 'Special Convention... 
United Auto Workers (UAW) union President Gary Jones addresses UAW delegates at the 'Special Convention on Collective Bargaining' in Detroit, Michigan, U.S. March 13, 2019. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook 
USA-AUTOS/LABOR
RTX6QZZ2 
March 13, 2019 
United Auto Workers (UAW) union President Gary Jones addresses UAW delegates at the 'Special Convention... 
Detroit, UNITED STATES 
United Auto Workers (UAW) union President Gary Jones addresses UAW delegates at the 'Special Convention... 
United Auto Workers (UAW) union President Gary Jones addresses UAW delegates at the 'Special Convention on Collective Bargaining' in Detroit, Michigan, U.S. March 13, 2019. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook 
USA-AUTOS/LABOR
RTX6QZZ1 
March 13, 2019 
United Auto Workers (UAW) union President Gary Jones addresses UAW delegates at the 'Special Convention... 
Detroit, UNITED STATES 
United Auto Workers (UAW) union President Gary Jones addresses UAW delegates at the 'Special Convention... 
United Auto Workers (UAW) union President Gary Jones addresses UAW delegates at the 'Special Convention on Collective Bargaining' in Detroit, Michigan, U.S. March 13, 2019. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook 
USA-AUTOS/LABOR
RTX6QZYY 
March 13, 2019 
United Auto Workers (UAW) union President Gary Jones and UAW Secretary-Treasurer Ray Curry raise their... 
Detroit, UNITED STATES 
United Auto Workers (UAW) union President Gary Jones and UAW Secretary-Treasurer Ray Curry raise their... 
United Auto Workers (UAW) union President Gary Jones and UAW Secretary-Treasurer Ray Curry raise their arms during the UAW delegates at the 'Special Convention on Collective Bargaining' in Detroit, Michigan, U.S. March 13, 2019. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook 
CHILE-PROTEST/
RTX6IZR6 
December 18, 2018 
Riot police stand guard at the entrance of the labor union of the Chilean dockworkers after a raid, during... 
Valparaiso, Chile 
Riot police stand guard at the entrance of the labor union of the Chilean dockworkers after a raid, during... 
Riot police stand guard at the entrance of the labor union of the Chilean dockworkers after a raid, during a protest against the port operator TPS (South Pacific Terminal) to demand that temporary workers be included in collective bargaining in Valparaiso, Chile December 17, 2018. REUTERS/Rodrigo Garrido 
CHILE-PORT/STRIKE
RTX176U0 
January 09, 2014 
Dock workers load boxes of fruit at the port in Valparaiso city, about 121 km (75 miles) northwest of... 
Valparaiso, Chile 
Dock workers load boxes of fruit at the port in Valparaiso city 
Dock workers load boxes of fruit at the port in Valparaiso city, about 121 km (75 miles) northwest of Santiago, January 8, 2014. Workers at the northern port of Angamos went on strike more than two weeks ago to demand that temporary workers be included in collective bargaining. The union says these workers are among the most vulnerable and need stronger protection. Other port workers then walked off the job in solidarity. The government deemed the labor action illegal and called for a swift solution to the stoppages. Around 110 workers at Angamos returned to work on Wednesday morning and operations at the port should return to normal in the next few days, port operator Ultraport said in a statement. REUTERS/Eliseo Fernandez (CHILE - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT CIVIL UNREST) 
CHILE-PORT/STRIKE
RTX176TY 
January 09, 2014 
A dock worker stands aboard a ship during a strike at the port in Valparaiso city, about 121 km (75 miles)... 
Valparaiso, Chile 
A dock worker stands aboard a ship during a strike at the port in Valparaiso city 
A dock worker stands aboard a ship during a strike at the port in Valparaiso city, about 121 km (75 miles) northwest of Santiago, January 8, 2014. Workers at the northern port of Angamos went on strike more than two weeks ago to demand that temporary workers be included in collective bargaining. The union says these workers are among the most vulnerable and need stronger protection. Other port workers then walked off the job in solidarity. The government deemed the labor action illegal and called for a swift solution to the stoppages. Around 110 workers at Angamos returned to work on Wednesday morning and operations at the port should return to normal in the next few days, port operator Ultraport said in a statement. REUTERS/Eliseo Fernandez (CHILE - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT CIVIL UNREST) 
CHILE-PORT/STRIKE
RTX176TP 
January 09, 2014 
Dock workers load boxes of fruit at the port in Valparaiso city, about 121 km (75 miles) northwest of... 
Valparaiso, Chile 
Dock workers load boxes of fruit at the port in Valparaiso city 
Dock workers load boxes of fruit at the port in Valparaiso city, about 121 km (75 miles) northwest of Santiago, January 8, 2014. Workers at the northern port of Angamos went on strike more than two weeks ago to demand that temporary workers be included in collective bargaining. The union says these workers are among the most vulnerable and need stronger protection. Other port workers then walked off the job in solidarity. The government deemed the labor action illegal and called for a swift solution to the stoppages. Around 110 workers at Angamos returned to work on Wednesday morning and operations at the port should return to normal in the next few days, port operator Ultraport said in a statement. REUTERS/Eliseo Fernandez (CHILE - Tags: CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) 
CHILE-PORT/STRIKE
RTX176TM 
January 09, 2014 
Dockworkers walk past trucks, who hope to enter the port to load containers, during a strike by dockworkers... 
Valparaiso, Chile 
Dockworkers walk past trucks, who hope to enter the port to load containers, during a strike by dockworkers... 
Dockworkers walk past trucks, who hope to enter the port to load containers, during a strike by dockworkers in Valparaiso city, about 121 km (75 miles) northwest of Santiago, January 8, 2014. Workers at the northern port of Angamos went on strike more than two weeks ago to demand that temporary workers be included in collective bargaining. The union says these workers are among the most vulnerable and need stronger protection. Other port workers then walked off the job in solidarity. The government deemed the labor action illegal and called for a swift solution to the stoppages. Around 110 workers at Angamos returned to work on Wednesday morning and operations at the port should return to normal in the next few days, port operator Ultraport said in a statement. REUTERS/Eliseo Fernandez (CHILE - Tags: CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) 
CHILE-PORT/STRIKE
RTX176TL 
January 09, 2014 
Riot police of the Chilean navy stand guard during a strike of dockworkers in Valparaiso city, about... 
Valparaiso, Chile 
Riot police of the Chilean navy stand guard during a strike of dockworkers in Valparaiso city 
Riot police of the Chilean navy stand guard during a strike of dockworkers in Valparaiso city, about 121 km (75 miles) northwest of Santiago, January 8, 2014. Workers at the northern port of Angamos went on strike more than two weeks ago to demand that temporary workers be included in collective bargaining. The union says these workers are among the most vulnerable and need stronger protection. Other port workers then walked off the job in solidarity. The government deemed the labor action illegal and called for a swift solution to the stoppages. Around 110 workers at Angamos returned to work on Wednesday morning and operations at the port should return to normal in the next few days, port operator Ultraport said in a statement. REUTERS/Eliseo Fernandez (CHILE - Tags: CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT CRIME LAW MILITARY) 
CHILE-PORT/STRIKE
RTX176TK 
January 09, 2014 
Riot police of the Chilean navy stand guard in front of a group of dockworkers during a strike in Valparaiso... 
Valparaiso, Chile 
Riot police of the Chilean navy stand guard in front of a group of dockworkers during a strike in Valparaiso... 
Riot police of the Chilean navy stand guard in front of a group of dockworkers during a strike in Valparaiso city, about 121 km (75 miles) northwest of Santiago, January 8, 2014. Workers at the northern port of Angamos went on strike more than two weeks ago to demand that temporary workers be included in collective bargaining. The union says these workers are among the most vulnerable and need stronger protection. Other port workers then walked off the job in solidarity. The government deemed the labor action illegal and called for a swift solution to the stoppages. Around 110 workers at Angamos returned to work on Wednesday morning and operations at the port should return to normal in the next few days, port operator Ultraport said in a statement. REUTERS/Eliseo Fernandez (CHILE - Tags: CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT CRIME LAW MILITARY) 
CHILE-PORT/STRIKE
RTX176TJ 
January 09, 2014 
Riot police of the Chilean navy stand guard in front of a group of dockworkers during a strike in Valparaiso... 
Valparaiso, Chile 
Riot police of the Chilean navy stand guard in front of a group of dockworkers during a strike in Valparaiso... 
Riot police of the Chilean navy stand guard in front of a group of dockworkers during a strike in Valparaiso city, about 121 km (75 miles) northwest of Santiago, January 8, 2014. Workers at the northern port of Angamos went on strike more than two weeks ago to demand that temporary workers be included in collective bargaining. The union says these workers are among the most vulnerable and need stronger protection. Other port workers then walked off the job in solidarity. The government deemed the labor action illegal and called for a swift solution to the stoppages. Around 110 workers at Angamos returned to work on Wednesday morning and operations at the port should return to normal in the next few days, port operator Ultraport said in a statement. REUTERS/Eliseo Fernandez (CHILE - Tags: CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT CRIME LAW MILITARY) 
CHILE-PORT/STRIKE
RTX176TI 
January 09, 2014 
Chilean dockworkers shout slogans against the government at the entrance of the port during a strike... 
Valparaiso, Chile 
Chilean dockworkers shout slogans against the government at the entrance of the port during a strike... 
Chilean dockworkers shout slogans against the government at the entrance of the port during a strike in Valparaiso city, about 121 km (75 miles) northwest of Santiago, January 8, 2014. Workers at the northern port of Angamos went on strike more than two weeks ago to demand that temporary workers be included in collective bargaining. The union says these workers are among the most vulnerable and need stronger protection. Other port workers then walked off the job in solidarity. The government deemed the labor action illegal and called for a swift solution to the stoppages. Around 110 workers at Angamos returned to work on Wednesday morning and operations at the port should return to normal in the next few days, port operator Ultraport said in a statement. REUTERS/Eliseo Fernandez (CHILE - Tags: CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) 
CHILE-PORT/STRIKE
RTX176TH 
January 09, 2014 
Chilean dockworkers shout slogans against the government at the entrance of the port during a strike... 
Valparaiso, Chile 
Chilean dockworkers shout slogans against the government at the entrance of the port during a strike... 
Chilean dockworkers shout slogans against the government at the entrance of the port during a strike in Valparaiso city, about 121 km (75 miles) northwest of Santiago, January 8, 2014. Workers at the northern port of Angamos went on strike more than two weeks ago to demand that temporary workers be included in collective bargaining. The union says these workers are among the most vulnerable and need stronger protection. Other port workers then walked off the job in solidarity. The government deemed the labor action illegal and called for a swift solution to the stoppages. Around 110 workers at Angamos returned to work on Wednesday morning and operations at the port should return to normal in the next few days, port operator Ultraport said in a statement. REUTERS/Eliseo Fernandez (CHILE - Tags: CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) 
CHILE-PORT/STRIKE
RTX176SX 
January 08, 2014 
Chilean dock workers shout slogans against the government at the entrance of the port during a strike... 
Valparaiso, Chile 
Chilean dock workers shout slogans against the government at the entrance of the port during a strike... 
Chilean dock workers shout slogans against the government at the entrance of the port during a strike in Valparaiso city, about 121 km (75 miles) northwest of Santiago, January 8, 2014. Workers at the northern port of Angamos went on strike more than two weeks ago to demand that temporary workers be included in collective bargaining. The union says these workers are among the most vulnerable and need stronger protection. Other port workers then walked off the job in solidarity. The government deemed the labor action illegal and called for a swift solution to the stoppages. Around 110 workers at Angamos returned to work on Wednesday morning and operations at the port should return to normal in the next few days, port operator Ultraport said in a statement. REUTERS/Eliseo Fernandez (CHILE - Tags: CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) 
CHILE-PORT/STRIKE
RTX176SW 
January 08, 2014 
Chilean dock workers strike at the entrance of the port in Valparaiso city, about 121 km (75 miles) northwest... 
Valparaiso, Chile 
Chilean dock workers strike at the entrance of the Port in Valparaiso 
Chilean dock workers strike at the entrance of the port in Valparaiso city, about 121 km (75 miles) northwest of Santiago, January 8, 2014. Workers at the northern port of Angamos went on strike more than two weeks ago to demand that temporary workers be included in collective bargaining. The union says these workers are among the most vulnerable and need stronger protection. Other port workers then walked off the job in solidarity. The government deemed the labor action illegal and called for a swift solution to the stoppages. Around 110 workers at Angamos returned to work on Wednesday morning and operations at the port should return to normal in the next few days, port operator Ultraport said in a statement. REUTERS/Eliseo Fernandez (CHILE - Tags: CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) 
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US-USA-FISCAL-AGENCIES/
RTR3EGOD 
March 01, 2013 
A volunteer varnishes a door on the ship "The Balaclutha," at San Francisco Maritime Historic Park in... 
San Francisco, UNITED STATES 
A volunteer varnishes a door on the ship "The Balaclutha," at San Francisco Maritime Historic Park in... 
A volunteer varnishes a door on the ship "The Balaclutha," at San Francisco Maritime Historic Park in San Francisco, California March 1, 2013. Labor unions are bargaining with federal government agencies in an attempt to soften the financial blow on federal employees as $85 billion in spending cuts kick in. The $85 billion axe will hit food inspection, national parks, border security, federal prisons, law enforcement, even the Nuclear Regulatory Commission. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS) 
US-USA-FISCAL-AGENCIES/
RTR3EGOC 
March 01, 2013 
A sign is shown the warming hut on Crissy Field in The Presidio of San Francisco, part of the Golden... 
San Francisco, UNITED STATES 
A sign is shown the warming hut on Crissy Field in The Presidio of San Francisco, part of the Golden... 
A sign is shown the warming hut on Crissy Field in The Presidio of San Francisco, part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, in San Francisco, California March 1, 2013. Labor unions are bargaining with federal government agencies in an attempt to soften the financial blow on federal employees as $85 billion in spending cuts kick in. The $85 billion axe will hit food inspection, national parks, border security, federal prisons, law enforcement, even the Nuclear Regulatory Commission.REUTERS/Robert Galbraith (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS) 
US-USA-FISCAL-AGENCIES/
RTR3EGOA 
March 01, 2013 
A man walks in The Presidio of San Francisco, part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, with... 
San Francisco, UNITED STATES 
A man walks in The Presidio of San Francisco, part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, in San... 
A man walks in The Presidio of San Francisco, part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, with the fog-shrouded Golden Gate Bridge in the distance, in San Francisco, California March 1, 2013. Labor unions are bargaining with federal government agencies in an attempt to soften the financial blow on federal employees as $85 billion in spending cuts kick in. The $85 billion axe will hit food inspection, national parks, border security, federal prisons, law enforcement, even the Nuclear Regulatory Commission. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS) 
US-USA-FISCAL-AGENCIES/
RTR3EGO9 
March 01, 2013 
A totem pole is shown above Ocean Beach, part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, in San Francisco,... 
San Francisco, UNITED STATES 
A totem pole is shown above Ocean Beach, part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, in San Francisco... 
A totem pole is shown above Ocean Beach, part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, in San Francisco, California March 1, 2013. Labor unions are bargaining with federal government agencies in an attempt to soften the financial blow on federal employees as $85 billion in spending cuts kick in. The $85 billion axe will hit food inspection, national parks, border security, federal prisons, law enforcement, even the Nuclear Regulatory Commission.REUTERS/Robert Galbraith (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS) 
US-USA-FISCAL-AGENCIES/
RTR3EGO7 
March 01, 2013 
A man jogs near Ocean Beach, part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, in San Francisco, California... 
San Francisco, UNITED STATES 
A man jogs near Ocean Beach, part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, in San Francisco 
A man jogs near Ocean Beach, part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, in San Francisco, California March 1, 2013. Labor unions are bargaining with federal government agencies in an attempt to soften the financial blow on federal employees as $85 billion in spending cuts kick in. The $85 billion axe will hit food inspection, national parks, border security, federal prisons, law enforcement, even the Nuclear Regulatory Commission. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS) 
USA-FISCAL-AGENCIES/
RTR3EGNW 
March 01, 2013 
A woman heads for a swim at Aquatic Park at San Francisco Maritime Historic Park in San Francisco, California... 
San Francisco, UNITED STATES 
A woman heads for a swim at Aquatic Park at San Francisco Maritime Historic Park in San Francisco, California... 
A woman heads for a swim at Aquatic Park at San Francisco Maritime Historic Park in San Francisco, California March 1, 2013. Labor unions are bargaining with federal government agencies in an attempt to soften the financial blow on federal employees as $85 billion in spending cuts kick in. The $85 billion axe will hit food inspection, national parks, border security, federal prisons, law enforcement, even the Nuclear Regulatory Commission. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS SOCIETY TRAVEL) 
USA-FISCAL-AGENCIES/
RTR3EGNV 
March 01, 2013 
A swimmer adjusts his cap at Aquatic Park at San Francisco Maritime Historic Park in San Francisco, California... 
San Francisco, UNITED STATES 
A swimmer adjusts his cap at Aquatic Park at San Francisco Maritime Historic Park in San Francisco, California... 
A swimmer adjusts his cap at Aquatic Park at San Francisco Maritime Historic Park in San Francisco, California March 1, 2013. Labor unions are bargaining with federal government agencies in an attempt to soften the financial blow on federal employees as $85 billion in spending cuts kick in. The $85 billion axe will hit food inspection, national parks, border security, federal prisons, law enforcement, even the Nuclear Regulatory Commission. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS TRAVEL SOCIETY) 
USA-FISCAL-AGENCIES/
RTR3EGNU 
March 01, 2013 
A woman walks with a child along Crissy Field in The Presidio of San Francisco, part of the Golden Gate... 
San Francisco, UNITED STATES 
A woman walks with a child along Crissy Field in The Presidio of San Francisco, part of the Golden Gate... 
A woman walks with a child along Crissy Field in The Presidio of San Francisco, part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, in San Francisco, California March 1, 2013. Labor unions are bargaining with federal government agencies in an attempt to soften the financial blow on federal employees as $85 billion in spending cuts kick in. The $85 billion axe will hit food inspection, national parks, border security, federal prisons, law enforcement, even the Nuclear Regulatory Commission. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS TRAVEL) 
USA-FISCAL-AGENCIES/
RTR3EGNS 
March 01, 2013 
A visitor emerges from the warming hut on Crissy Field in The Presidio of San Francisco, part of the... 
San Francisco, UNITED STATES 
A visitor emerges from the warming hut on Crissy Field in The Presidio of San Francisco, part of the... 
A visitor emerges from the warming hut on Crissy Field in The Presidio of San Francisco, part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, in San Francisco, California March 1, 2013. Labor unions are bargaining with federal government agencies in an attempt to soften the financial blow on federal employees as $85 billion in spending cuts kick in. The $85 billion axe will hit food inspection, national parks, border security, federal prisons, law enforcement, even the Nuclear Regulatory Commission. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS TRAVEL) 
USA-FISCAL-AGENCIES/
RTR3EGNE 
March 01, 2013 
A bird flies above a group of people fishing on Navy Pier in The Presidio of San Francisco, part of the... 
San Francisco, UNITED STATES 
A bird flies above a group of people fishing on Navy Pier in The Presidio of San Francisco, part of the... 
A bird flies above a group of people fishing on Navy Pier in The Presidio of San Francisco, part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, in San Francisco, California March 1, 2013. Labor unions are bargaining with federal government agencies in an attempt to soften the financial blow on federal employees as $85 billion in spending cuts kick in. The $85 billion axe will hit food inspection, national parks, border security, federal prisons, law enforcement, even the Nuclear Regulatory Commission. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS TRAVEL SOCIETY) 
USA-FISCAL-AGENCIES/
RTR3EGND 
March 01, 2013 
A man walks in The Presidio of San Francisco, part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, with... 
San Francisco, UNITED STATES 
A man walks in The Presidio of San Francisco, part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, with... 
A man walks in The Presidio of San Francisco, part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, with the fog-shrouded Marin Headlands in the distance, in San Francisco, California March 1, 2013. Labor unions are bargaining with federal government agencies in an attempt to soften the financial blow on federal employees as $85 billion in spending cuts kick in. The $85 billion axe will hit food inspection, national parks, border security, federal prisons, law enforcement, even the Nuclear Regulatory Commission. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS TRAVEL SOCIETY) 
USA-FISCAL-AGENCIES/
RTR3EGNB 
March 01, 2013 
A man fishes near a rock outcropping on Ocean Beach, part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area,... 
San Francisco, UNITED STATES 
A man fishes near a rock outcropping on Ocean Beach, part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area,... 
A man fishes near a rock outcropping on Ocean Beach, part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, in San Francisco, California March 1, 2013. Labor unions are bargaining with federal government agencies in an attempt to soften the financial blow on federal employees as $85 billion in spending cuts kick in. The $85 billion axe will hit food inspection, national parks, border security, federal prisons, law enforcement, even the Nuclear Regulatory Commission. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS TRAVEL SOCIETY) 
USA-FISCAL-AGENCIES/
RTR3EGN9 
March 01, 2013 
A tour guide peers over a former military bunker at The Presidio of San Francisco, part of the Golden... 
San Francisco, UNITED STATES 
A tour guide peers over a former military bunker at The Presidio of San Francisco, part of the Golden... 
A tour guide peers over a former military bunker at The Presidio of San Francisco, part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, in San Francisco, California March 1, 2013. Labor unions are bargaining with federal government agencies in an attempt to soften the financial blow on federal employees as $85 billion in spending cuts kick in. The $85 billion axe will hit food inspection, national parks, border security, federal prisons, law enforcement, even the Nuclear Regulatory Commission. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS TRAVEL) 
USA-FISCAL/UNIONS
RTR3EGKR 
March 01, 2013 
U.S. Customs and Border Patrol officers inspect vehicles entering the United States from Mexico at the... 
San Ysidro, UNITED STATES 
U.S. Customs and Border Patrol officers inspect vehicles entering the United States from Mexico at the... 
U.S. Customs and Border Patrol officers inspect vehicles entering the United States from Mexico at the San Ysidro boarding crossing in San Ysidro, California, March 1, 2013. Labor unions are bargaining with federal government agencies in an attempt to soften the financial blow on federal employees as $85 billion in spending cuts kick in. Some agencies, such as Customs and Border Protection, the Internal Revenue Service and the Environmental Protection Agency have notified workers they may have to take several unpaid days off work. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) 
USA-FISCAL/UNIONS
RTR3EGKN 
March 01, 2013 
U.S. Customs and Border Patrol officers inspect vehicles entering the United States from Mexico at the... 
San Ysidro, UNITED STATES 
U.S. Customs and Border Patrol officers inspect vehicles entering the United States from Mexico at the... 
U.S. Customs and Border Patrol officers inspect vehicles entering the United States from Mexico at the San Ysidro boarding crossing in San Ysidro, California, March 1, 2013. Labor unions are bargaining with federal government agencies in an attempt to soften the financial blow on federal employees as $85 billion in spending cuts kick in. Some agencies, such as Customs and Border Protection, the Internal Revenue Service and the Environmental Protection Agency have notified workers they may have to take several unpaid days off work. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) 
USA-FISCAL/UNIONS
RTR3EGKJ 
March 01, 2013 
A U.S. Customs and Border Patrol truck drives along the border fence between Tijuana, Mexico and San... 
San Ysidro, UNITED STATES 
A U.S. Customs and Border Patrol truck drives along the border fence between Tijuana, Mexico and San... 
A U.S. Customs and Border Patrol truck drives along the border fence between Tijuana, Mexico and San Ysidro, California, March 1, 2013. Labor unions are bargaining with federal government agencies in an attempt to soften the financial blow on federal employees as $85 billion in spending cuts kick in. Some agencies, such as Customs and Border Protection, the Internal Revenue Service and the Environmental Protection Agency have notified workers they may have to take several unpaid days off work. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) 
USA-FISCAL/UNIONS
RTR3EGKC 
March 01, 2013 
Traffic flows along a road in Tijuana, Mexico as a lone U.S. Border Patrol vehicle sits on a hill overlooking... 
San Ysidro, UNITED STATES 
Traffic flows along a road in Tijuana, Mexico as a lone U.S. Border Patrol vehicle sits on a hill overlooking... 
Traffic flows along a road in Tijuana, Mexico as a lone U.S. Border Patrol vehicle sits on a hill overlooking the fence between the two countries near San Ysidro, California, March 1, 2013. Labor unions are bargaining with federal government agencies in an attempt to soften the financial blow on federal employees as $85 billion in spending cuts kick in. Some agencies, such as Customs and Border Protection, the Internal Revenue Service and the Environmental Protection Agency have notified workers they may have to take several unpaid days off work. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) 
USA-FISCAL/UNIONS
RTR3EGK9 
March 01, 2013 
A pedestrian walks over a large construction project for U.S. Customs at the San Ysidro border crossing... 
San Ysidro, UNITED STATES 
A pedestrian walks over a large construction project for U.S. Customs at the San Ysidro border crossing... 
A pedestrian walks over a large construction project for U.S. Customs at the San Ysidro border crossing into the United States in San Ysidro, California, March 1, 2013. Labor unions are bargaining with federal government agencies in an attempt to soften the financial blow on federal employees as $85 billion in spending cuts kick in. Some agencies, such as Customs and Border Protection, the Internal Revenue Service and the Environmental Protection Agency have notified workers they may have to take several unpaid days off work. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) 
USA-FISCAL/UNIONS
RTR3EGK6 
March 01, 2013 
A Mexican flag flies over the border fence between Tijuana, Mexico and San Ysidro, California, March... 
San Ysidro, UNITED STATES 
A Mexican flag flies over the border fence between Tijuana, Mexico and San Ysidro, California 
A Mexican flag flies over the border fence between Tijuana, Mexico and San Ysidro, California, March 1, 2013. Labor unions are bargaining with federal government agencies in an attempt to soften the financial blow on federal employees as $85 billion in spending cuts kick in. Some agencies, such as Customs and Border Protection, the Internal Revenue Service and the Environmental Protection Agency have notified workers they may have to take several unpaid days off work. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) 
USA-FISCAL/UNIONS
RTR3EGK3 
March 01, 2013 
U.S. Customs and Border Patrol officers inspect vehicles entering the United States from Mexico at the... 
San Ysidro, UNITED STATES 
U.S. Customs and Border Patrol officers inspect vehicles entering the United States from Mexico at the... 
U.S. Customs and Border Patrol officers inspect vehicles entering the United States from Mexico at the San Ysidro boarding crossing in San Ysidro, California, March 1, 2013. Labor unions are bargaining with federal government agencies in an attempt to soften the financial blow on federal employees as $85 billion in spending cuts kick in. Some agencies, such as Customs and Border Protection, the Internal Revenue Service and the Environmental Protection Agency have notified workers they may have to take several unpaid days off work. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) 
USA-FISCAL/UNIONS
RTR3EGK2 
March 01, 2013 
A U.S. Customs and Border Patrol officer sits in his jeep monitoring the border fence between Tijuana,... 
San Ysidro, UNITED STATES 
A U.S. Customs and Border Patrol officer sits in his jeep monitoring the border fence between Tijuana,... 
A U.S. Customs and Border Patrol officer sits in his jeep monitoring the border fence between Tijuana, Mexico and San Ysidro, California, March 1, 2013. Labor unions are bargaining with federal government agencies in an attempt to soften the financial blow on federal employees as $85 billion in spending cuts kick in. Some agencies, such as Customs and Border Protection, the Internal Revenue Service and the Environmental Protection Agency have notified workers they may have to take several unpaid days off work. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) 
USA-FISCAL/UNIONS
RTR3EGJW 
March 01, 2013 
A U.S. Customs and Border Patrol officer sits in his jeep monitoring the border fence between Tijuana,... 
San Ysidro, UNITED STATES 
A U.S. Customs and Border Patrol officer sits in his jeep monitoring the border fence between Tijuana,... 
A U.S. Customs and Border Patrol officer sits in his jeep monitoring the border fence between Tijuana, Mexico and San Ysidro, California, March 1, 2013. Labor unions are bargaining with federal government agencies in an attempt to soften the financial blow on federal employees as $85 billion in spending cuts kick in. Some agencies, such as Customs and Border Protection, the Internal Revenue Service and the Environmental Protection Agency have notified workers they may have to take several unpaid days off work. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) 
NHL-LABOR/
RTR37WFX 
September 12, 2012 
Donald Fehr (C), executive director of the National Hockey League Players Association, speaks at a news... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Fehr, executive director of the National Hockey League Players Association, speaks at a news conference... 
Donald Fehr (C), executive director of the National Hockey League Players Association, speaks at a news conference as players Ron Hainsey (center R) and Manny Malhotra (center L) look on, in New York September 12, 2012. The National Hockey League (NHL) and union representing its players exchanged proposals on Wednesday as negotiations for a new collective bargaining agreement resumed with the threat of a lockout just days away. REUTERS/Eric Thayer (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT ICE HOCKEY BUSINESS) 
NHL-LABOR/
RTR37WFV 
September 12, 2012 
Donald Fehr (2nd R), executive director of the National Hockey League Players Association, speaks at... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Fehr, executive director of the National Hockey League Players Association, speaks at a news conference... 
Donald Fehr (2nd R), executive director of the National Hockey League Players Association, speaks at a news conference as players Ron Hainsey (R) and Manny Malhotra (3rd R) look on, in New York September 12, 2012. The National Hockey League (NHL) and union representing its players exchanged proposals on Wednesday as negotiations for a new collective bargaining agreement resumed with the threat of a lockout just days away. REUTERS/Eric Thayer (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT ICE HOCKEY BUSINESS) 
NHL-LABOR/
RTR37WFP 
September 12, 2012 
Donald Fehr (C), executive director of the National Hockey League Players Association, speaks at a news... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Fehr, executive director of the National Hockey League Players Association, speaks at a news conference... 
Donald Fehr (C), executive director of the National Hockey League Players Association, speaks at a news conference as players Ron Hainsey (R) and Manny Malhotra (L) look on, in New York September 12, 2012. The National Hockey League (NHL) and union representing its players exchanged proposals on Wednesday as negotiations for a new collective bargaining agreement resumed with the threat of a lockout just days away. REUTERS/Eric Thayer (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT ICE HOCKEY BUSINESS) 
NHL-LABOR/
RTR37WFO 
September 12, 2012 
Donald Fehr (C), executive director of the National Hockey League Players Association, speaks at a news... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Fehr, executive director of the National Hockey League Players Association, speaks at a news conference... 
Donald Fehr (C), executive director of the National Hockey League Players Association, speaks at a news conference as players Ron Hainsey (center R) and Manny Malhotra (center L) look on, in New York September 12, 2012. The National Hockey League (NHL) and union representing its players exchanged proposals on Wednesday as negotiations for a new collective bargaining agreement resumed with the threat of a lockout just days away. REUTERS/Eric Thayer (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT ICE HOCKEY BUSINESS) 
NHL-LABOR/
RTR37WFM 
September 12, 2012 
Donald Fehr, executive director of the National Hockey League Players Association, speaks at a news conference... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Fehr, executive director of the National Hockey League Players Association, speaks at a news conference... 
Donald Fehr, executive director of the National Hockey League Players Association, speaks at a news conference in New York September 12, 2012. The National Hockey League (NHL) and union representing its players exchanged proposals on Wednesday as negotiations for a new collective bargaining agreement resumed with the threat of a lockout just days away. REUTERS/Eric Thayer (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT ICE HOCKEY BUSINESS) 
NHL-LABOR/
RTR378ZW 
August 29, 2012 
The NHL Players' Association (NHLPA) Union head Donald Fehr (R) waves as he arrives with players for... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Donald Fehr waves as he arrives with players for meetings at the NHL offices in New York 
The NHL Players' Association (NHLPA) Union head Donald Fehr (R) waves as he arrives with players for meetings at the NHL offices in New York August 29, 2012. Negotiations on a new collective bargaining agreement between the National Hockey League (NHL) and the union representing its players continues as the clock ticked towards a lockout. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT ICE HOCKEY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) 
NHL-LABOR/
RTR378ZV 
August 29, 2012 
The NHL Players' Association (NHLPA) Union head Donald Fehr (L) arrives with players for meetings at... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Donald Fehr arrives with players for meetings at the NHL offices in New York 
The NHL Players' Association (NHLPA) Union head Donald Fehr (L) arrives with players for meetings at the NHL offices in New York August 29, 2012. Negotiations on a new collective bargaining agreement between the National Hockey League (NHL) and the union representing its players continues as the clock ticked towards a lockout. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT ICE HOCKEY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) 
NHL-LABOR/
RTR378ZK 
August 29, 2012 
The NHL Players' Association (NHLPA) Union head Donald Fehr (R) arrives with players for meetings at... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Donald Fehr arrives with players for meetings at the NHL offices in New York 
The NHL Players' Association (NHLPA) Union head Donald Fehr (R) arrives with players for meetings at the NHL offices in New York August 29, 2012. Negotiations on a new collective bargaining agreement between the National Hockey League (NHL) and the union representing its players continues as the clock ticked towards a lockout. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT ICE HOCKEY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) 
NHL-LABOR/
RTR378Z3 
August 29, 2012 
The NHL Players' Association (NHLPA) Union head Donald Fehr (2nd R) arrives with players for meetings... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Donald Fehr arrives with players for meetings at the NHL offices in New York 
The NHL Players' Association (NHLPA) Union head Donald Fehr (2nd R) arrives with players for meetings at the NHL offices in New York August 29, 2012. Negotiations on a new collective bargaining agreement between the National Hockey League (NHL) and the union representing its players continues as the clock ticked towards a lockout. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT ICE HOCKEY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) 
NHL-LABOR/
RTR378Z1 
August 29, 2012 
The NHL Players' Association (NHLPA) Union head Donald Fehr (C) arrives with players for meetings at... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Donald Fehr arrives with players for meetings at the NHL offices in New York 
The NHL Players' Association (NHLPA) Union head Donald Fehr (C) arrives with players for meetings at the NHL offices in New York August 29, 2012. Negotiations on a new collective bargaining agreement between the National Hockey League (NHL) and the union representing its players continues as the clock ticked towards a lockout. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT ICE HOCKEY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) 
USA-POLITICS/MICHIGAN
RTR35LST 
July 29, 2012 
Malvery Smith (L) and Marva Boatman, public school teachers from Washington D.C., go door-to-door in... 
LIVINIA, UNITED STATES 
Public school teachers go door-to-door to encourage voters to support a November ballot measure in Michigan... 
Malvery Smith (L) and Marva Boatman, public school teachers from Washington D.C., go door-to-door in Livonia, Michigan, as volunteers to encourage voters to support a November ballot measure that would make collective bargaining a constitutionally protected right in Michigan July 28, 2012. After suffering a string of political setbacks in the U.S. industrial heartland, organized labor hopes Michigan voters will help turn the tide in a November election by supporting a state constitutional amendment for the right to unionize. Picture taken July 28, 2012. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
USA-POLITICS/MICHIGAN
RTR35LSH 
July 29, 2012 
Malvery Smith (L) and Marva Boatman, public school teachers from Washington D.C., go door-to-door in... 
LIVINIA, UNITED STATES 
Public school teachers go door-to-door to encourage voters to support a November ballot measure in Michigan... 
Malvery Smith (L) and Marva Boatman, public school teachers from Washington D.C., go door-to-door in Livonia, Michigan, as volunteers to encourage voters to support a November ballot measure that would make collective bargaining a constitutionally protected right in Michigan July 28, 2012. After suffering a string of political setbacks in the U.S. industrial heartland, organized labor hopes Michigan voters will help turn the tide in a November election by supporting a state constitutional amendment for the right to unionize. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
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