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Kelly Fields, owner and chef of the award-winning New Orleans restaurant Willa Jean, fears what another shutdown could mean for her business. Ilya S. Savenok/Getty Images for Audi hide caption

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'It Is Slightly Terrifying.' New Orleans Chef Braces For A Bittersweet Thanksgiving

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Election office workers process ballots at the Allegheny County elections returns warehouse in Pittsburgh, earlier this month. Gene J. Puskar/AP hide caption

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Joe Bryant, a 12-year-old superfan of German pro soccer, visted Weser Stadium in Bremen a year ago to show off his recreation of Werder Bremen's home field. Phil Bryant hide caption

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Lego Wunderkind Wows With His Intricate Models Of German Soccer Stadiums

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Lindsay Wootton's mother, Tracy Larsen, and grandfather, Bert Porter, were able to see each other during a special visit arranged by the ICU. Both of them died of COVID-19. Lindsay Wootton hide caption

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After Losing Mother, Grandfather To COVID-19, Woman Asks Everyone To Do Their Part

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The little spotted kiwi snuck its way up New Zealand's Bird Of The Year leaderboard before election organizers discovered 1,500 disqualifying votes placed for the smallest kiwi bird species. Hannah Peters/Getty Images hide caption

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Voter Fraud Ruffles New Zealand 'Bird Of The Year' Competition

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Voters line up at Gwinnett County Fairgrounds last month in Lawrenceville, Ga., to cast their ballot on the final day of early voting in Georgia. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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Fair Fight CEO: Voter Outreach Efforts Continue Ahead Of Georgia Senate Runoff

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Christian Hull delights fans on the video app TikTok, where you'll see him go through a range of emotions playing a low-stakes paint-guessing game. Photo by Phoebe Kahn hide caption

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With Canned Entertainment, Australian Comedian Makes A Hit In The U.S.

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Sue Bird of the Seattle Storm, wears "Black Lives Matter" warm-up shirts before a game in July. Ned Dishman/NBAE via Getty Images hide caption

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Basketball Star Sue Bird Says WNBA Players' Activism Is 'Nonnegotiable'

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Marc Short, the chief of staff to Vice President Pence, listens to Pence speak during a White House event in September. Short tested positive for the coronavirus on Saturday. Andrew Harnik/AP hide caption

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Catherine Flowers is the founding director of the Alabama Center for Rural Enterprise. She recently received one of the MacArthur Foundation's 2020 Genius Grants. John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation hide caption

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MacArthur 'Genius' Brings National Attention To Local Fight Against Sewage Failures

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The Washington State Department of Agriculture team tracked the Asian giant hornet for about an hour earlier this month, before losing her signal in a forest. Courtesy of the Washington State Department of Agriculture hide caption

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Foiled Again: Murder Hornet Eludes Washington State Scientists

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President Trump gave remarks at his first public event since testing positive for the coronavirus earlier this month. Alex Brandon/AP hide caption

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Grey reef sharks, seen in Fiji, are among the top species of sharks fished for their liver oil. Reinhard Dirscherl/Ullstein Bild via Getty Images hide caption

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A Coronavirus Vaccine Could Kill Half A Million Sharks, Conservationists Warn

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The pandemic is eroding progress made by women in the workplace, a new report by Facebook executive Sheryl Sandberg's Lean In foundation finds. Dominic Lipinski/PA Images via Getty Images hide caption

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Sheryl Sandberg: Companies Need To 'Lean In' As Pandemic Threatens Women's Progress

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