Sen. Elizabeth Warren and others want the company to account for the ways it misled the public, press and lawmakers.
Robots. Prime Day. Holiday peak. Internal records show Amazon has deceived the public on rising injury rates among its warehouse workers.
Look up injury rates at the Amazon warehouse that ships your package, along with more than 150 other warehouses across the country.
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