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Florida Closes Iconic Apalachicola Oyster Fishery

The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission approves a five-year ban on harvesting wild oysters from Apalachicola Bay to give the fishery time to recover from drought and other pressures.

Sen. Lamar Alexander (left) speaks with Sen. Roy Blunt before the start of a Senate Rules Committee hearing Wednesday. Drew Angerer/Getty Images hide caption

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Rollout Of Republican Coronavirus Aid Bill Pushed To Next Week

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Rutledge Wood hosts the Netflix game show Floor Is Lava, which is shot in an old IKEA warehouse in Burbank, Calif. Adam Rose/Netflix hide caption

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Saucy, Slimy, Super-Secret: Behind The Scenes With 'Floor Is Lava' Star ... Lava

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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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The COVID-19 pandemic almost forced Tommy Rhine to shut down his shoe repair business in downtown Denver after four decades. Ryan Warner/Colorado Public Radio hide caption

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Protests Helped Save Black-Owned Business That Coronavirus Nearly Killed

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Signs are displayed outside the Washington, D.C., Department of Employment Services. New claims for unemployment benefits around the country rose for the first time in four months. Saul Loeb/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Job Picture Worsens: Millions More File For Unemployment, In Reversal

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