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Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti visits a coronavirus vaccination site at the city's Lincoln Park on Wednesday. Frazer Harrison/Getty Images hide caption

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Amid Health Care Worker Shortage, LA Mayor Presses For Faster Vaccine Rollout

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President Trump contradicted an earlier White House statement saying that administration officials would get early access to a COVID-19 vaccine. Al Drago/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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"Dumpster Fire 2020," a greeting card from McBitterson's, is one of the several blunt seasonal options offered by Chandra Greer's stationery shop. Courtesy of Greer Chicago hide caption

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OH OH OH! Joyful Holiday Cards That Don't Shy Away From A Tough Year

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Vanderbilt University athlete Sarah Fuller made history when she was tapped as kicker in a game against the Missouri Tigers on Nov. 28, in Columbia, Mo. Missouri Athletics/Collegiate Images via Getty Images hide caption

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Bend It Like Fuller: How A College Soccer Star Broke Ground For Women In Football

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A nurse prepares to inject residential care home staff with the Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Liam McBurney/PA Images via Getty Images hide caption

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'Kind Of A Chess Game': For States, Distributing COVID-19 Vaccine Poses Myriad Hurdles

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Customers sit outside a restaurant offering outdoor service in New York in October. A new survey shows that tipped service workers are facing a marked increase in harassment during the coronavirus pandemic. Bebeto Matthews/AP hide caption

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Tipped Service Workers Are More Vulnerable Amid Pandemic Harassment Spike: Study

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Last year, at the future site of the California Indian Heritage Center in Sacramento, Gov. Gavin Newsom, left, with Assemblyman James Ramos, formally apologized to tribal leaders across the state for the violence, mistreatment and neglect inflicted on Native Americans throughout California history. Rich Pedroncelli/AP hide caption

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With 1 Of Their Own In The Statehouse, Native Americans In California Win New Rights

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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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