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President Biden takes his face mask off on Thursday during a meeting on the U.S. Economy with CEOs and members of his Cabinet in the South Court Auditorium of the White House. Anna Moneymaker/Getty Images hide caption

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The first COVID-19 mass vaccination on Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam in Hawaii is held on Feb. 9, 2021. The Army says it will "immediately begin separating Soldiers from the service" who refuse to be vaccinated. Tech. Sgt. Anthony Nelson/Department of Defense via AP hide caption

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A man looks at a memorial Tuesday with pictures of some of the missing from the partially collapsed 12-story Champlain Towers South condo building in Surfside, Fla. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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As South Florida Grieves Condo Victims, Miami Beach Cancels Its July 4th Celebrations

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Moises Soffer, a volunteer member of Cadena International's search-and-rescue team working at the site of the condo building collapse, holds a trained search dog named Oreo in Surfside, Fla., on Sunday. Gianrigo Marletta/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Rescue Teams Hold Out Hope Of Finding Survivors In Florida Condo Collapse

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Participants sit a Blue Origin space simulator during a conference on robotics and artificial intelligence in Las Vegas on June 5, 2019. On Saturday, Blue Origin announced that an unidentified bidder will pay $28 million for a suborbital flight on the company's New Shepard vehicle. Mark Ralston/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Dr. Anne Schuchat, principal deputy director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, testifies before a House panel on Sept. 25, 2019. In an NPR interview, she says the nation has more work to do to get ready for a future pandemic. Win McNamee/Getty Images hide caption

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The CDC's No. 2 Official Says The U.S. Isn't Ready For Another Pandemic

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A Nordstrom store is looking for employees last month in Coral Gables, Fla. Citing a severe shortage of workers, half of the nation's governors have decided to end extra federal jobless benefits months early. Marta Lavandier/AP hide caption

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Half Of States Are Ending Pandemic Jobless Aid Early, And The Economy Could Suffer

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A laboratory on the campus of the Wuhan Institute of Virology in Wuhan in China's central Hubei province in May 2020. Focus has turned back to the facility as a possible origin of the coronavirus pandemic. Hector Retamal/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Why The U.S. Thinks A Lab In Wuhan Needs A Closer Look As A Possible Pandemic Source

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As people get back to in-person work, it may be a difficult transition for dogs and their owners. One tip from a veterinarian: Don't make a big deal about leaving and coming back home. Photo Illustration by Becky Harlan/NPR hide caption

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6 Tips For Getting Your Dog Ready For Your Return To The Office

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A gas pump is marked "out of service" as cars line up May 11 at a Circle K in Charlotte, N.C., following a ransomware attack that shut down Colonial Pipeline. Logan Cyrus/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Pipeline Companies Will Have To Report Cyberattacks To The Government

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Bees are seen on a honeycomb cell at the BEE Lab hives at the University of Sydney on May 18, 2021. The U.N. has designated May 20 as World Bee Day. Lisa Maree Williams/Getty Images hide caption

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Why You Should Celebrate World Bee Day Today

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Young Palestinians inspect the damage an Israeli attack inflicted on houses in the Sabra neighborhood of Gaza City. A man who lives in the middle of the Gaza Strip says his family is traumatized by the violence. Mustafa Hassona/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images hide caption

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Families Say The Gaza Violence Is Taking An Immense Mental Toll On Their Kids

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