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John Davis, a polling judge volunteer, sanitizes an electronic voting machine screen amid concerns about the COVID-19 coronavirus at a polling place in the Bronzeville neighborhood of Chicago, Tuesday, March 17. Charles Rex Arbogast/AP hide caption

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'You Can't Put The Public In Danger': How The Coronavirus Has Changed Campaigning

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Owner Steve Johnson attaches a notice on the door of Keegan's Grill in Phoenix notifying guests his restaurant will close. Rapid shutdowns have delivered a blow to restaurants around the country. Matt York/AP hide caption

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Closed All At Once: Restaurant Industry Faces Collapse

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"I'm so sick of self-improvement ..." says author Glennon Doyle. "Stop trying to be a good this, a good that ... and just be who you are." Doyle says her new book Untamed is about "self returning." Amy Paulson/Random House Publishing Group hide caption

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'There's No Map': Glennon Doyle On Living An 'Untamed' Life

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For over 50 years, the Legendary Ingramettes were led by Maggie Ingram. Now led by her daughter Almeta Ingram-Miller, the group's new album is called Take A Look in the Book. Pat Jarrett/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Almeta Ingram-Miller On The Ingramettes And The Power Of Gospel During Crisis

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