Chancellor Angela Merkel's Legacy; Wedding Caterers Heat Things Up With Open Fires : Here & Now Germans vote Sunday for a new parliament and government, and longtime Chancellor Angela Merkel plans to step down when a new government is formed. Loveday Morris, Berlin bureau chief at The Washington Post, explains Merkel's legacy. And, journalist Jon Kalish reports on a unique breed of caterers that cook on an open fire in front of the wedding guests.

Chancellor Angela Merkel's Legacy; Wedding Caterers Heat Things Up With Open Fires

Chancellor Angela Merkel's Legacy; Wedding Caterers Heat Things Up With Open Fires

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Germans vote Sunday for a new parliament and government, and longtime Chancellor Angela Merkel plans to step down when a new government is formed. Loveday Morris, Berlin bureau chief at The Washington Post, explains Merkel's legacy.

And, the pandemic has been a roller coaster ride for wedding caterers. Journalist Jon Kalish reports on a unique breed of caterers that cook on an open fire in front of the wedding guests.

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