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Fans rush the field after the Ohio State Buckeyes defeat the Penn State Nittany Lions 28-17 in November in Columbus, Ohio. The Big Ten and PAC-12 have put fall sports on hold due to the pandemic. Jamie Sabau/Getty Images hide caption

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Rutgers President Discusses Decision To Postpone Fall Sports

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Minneapolis Federal Reserve Bank President Neel Kashkari visits "Maria Bartiromo's Wall Street" at Fox Business Network Studios on October 11, 2019. Kashkari is calling for a return to mandated lockdowns in every state for up to six weeks in an effort to save both lives and the economy in response to COVID-19. Roy Rochlin/Getty Images hide caption

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A National Lockdown Could Be The Economy's Best Hope, Says Minneapolis Fed President

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A nurse holds a COVID-19 vaccine candidate produced by Chinese company Sinovac Biotech at the São Lucas Hospital in Porto Alegre, Brazil, on Aug. 8. Silvio Avila/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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COVID-19 May Never Go Away — With Or Without A Vaccine

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The public submitted nearly 3,000 proposals for a new Mississippi flag, featuring magnolias, stars, a Gulf Coast lighthouse and more. The designs were posted on Monday on the Mississippi Department of Archives and History website. Mississippi Department of Archives and History via AP hide caption

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Magnolias, Beer Cans and Football: Mississippi Is Designing A New State Flag

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A bottle containing orange juice and rice cooking wine is set as a trap by Jenni Cena, pest biologist and trapping supervisor from the Washington State Department of Agriculture, in an effort to catch Asian giant hornets, also known as murder hornets. Karen Ducey/Getty Images hide caption

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U.S. House Natural Resources Committee Chairman Raul Grijalva of Arizona presides over a hearing examining Park Police response to Lafayette Square protests on June 29 in Washington, D.C. Grijalva tested positive for COVID-19 on Friday. Bonnie Cash/Pool/Getty Images hide caption

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Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan says the deployment of federal agents into U.S. cities risks disenfranchising voters. Above, Durkan speaks during the "The Next Steps" rally on June 19, 2020. Jason Redmond/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Seattle Mayor Says Federal Deployments Are Part Of A Darker Political Goal

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A man studies on the San Diego State University campus on March 12. San Diego State is a part of the California State University system and will be subject to the new general education requirement. Gregory Bull/AP hide caption

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Cal State Approves New Graduation Requirement: Ethnic Studies Or Social Justice Class

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Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan arrives for a coronavirus briefing in front of the Maryland State House on April 17. Hogan's book Still Standing is out Tuesday. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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Larry Hogan On The Parallels Of Fighting Cancer And Maryland's Coronavirus Outbreak

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Medical personnel from Riverside University Health Systems hospitals administer a coronavirus test to an individual during drive-through testing in the parking lot of Diamond Stadium on March 22 in Lake Elsinore, Calif. Bob Riha Jr/Getty Images hide caption

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ER Doctor Saw COVID-19 Devastate New York. Now, He's Doing It Again In California

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Mayor Quinton Lucas talks to demonstrators during a rally on the steps of City Hall in Kansas City, Mo., on June 5. Charlie Riedel/AP hide caption

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Kansas City Mayor Says He Learned On Twitter That Federal Officers Were In His City

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Hospital officials in Virginia this spring reported a spike in COVID-19 cases at the Perdue poultry processing plant in the Eastern Shore city of Accomac. Virginia has become the first state in the nation to mandate coronavirus workplace safety rules. Steve Helber/AP hide caption

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Virginia Poultry Workers See Victory In New COVID-19 Protection Rules

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