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Olivia Troye, U.S. Vice President Mike Pence's top coronavirus advisor at the time, participates in a coronavirus disease briefing event with the Vice President at 3M's company headquarters in Maplewood, Minn. in March. Jeff Mason/Reuters hide caption

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Nissan Stadium, home of the Tennessee Titans, is shown on Tuesday in Nashville, Tenn. The Titans' game against the Pittsburgh Steelers, which had been scheduled for Sunday, has been delayed. Mark Humphrey/AP hide caption

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988: National Suicide Prevention Hotline To Have A New Number

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A woman runs with her face mask on Monday in New York City, where the mayor has announced that city personnel will hand out free masks to anyone who is not wearing a face covering. Tayfun Coskun/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images hide caption

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New Coronavirus Clusters Appear In New York City

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News Brief: Raucous Debate, Early Voting Trends, COVID-19 Spike

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Juggling Financial Stress And Caregiving, Parents Are 'Very Not OK' In The Pandemic

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Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Gimenez speaks with the news media, last month, at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Fla. Gimenez said Tuesday that he would keep some COVID-19 restrictions in place despite an order by Fla. Gov. Ron DeSantis. Lynne Sladky/AP hide caption

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A visitor wears a mask while walking by Mickey Mouse at Hong Kong Disneyland. Lam Yik/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Disney Lays Off 28,000 Workers, 67% Are Part-Time Employees

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California Governor Signs A Bill To Allow State To Develop Generic Drugs

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President Trump announced the creation of Operation Warp Speed in May to fast-track a coronavirus vaccine. He called it "a massive scientific and industrial, logistic endeavor unlike anything our country has seen since the Manhattan Project." Drew Angerer/Getty Images hide caption

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How Operation Warp Speed's Big Vaccine Contracts Could Stay Secret

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Family members Armin Prude (left) and Joe Prude stand with a picture of Daniel Prude in Rochester, N.Y., Thursday, Sept. 3, 2020. While suffering a mental health crisis, Prude, 41, suffocated after police in Rochester put a "spit hood" over his head while being taken into custody. He died March 30 after he was taken off life support, seven days after the encounter with police. Ted Shaffrey/AP hide caption

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Rochester Hospital Released Daniel Prude Hours Before Fatal Encounter With Police

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The obstacles and hardships facing working mothers are not new, but the pandemic has given them more visibility. SDI Productions/Getty Images hide caption

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'This Is Too Much': Working Moms Are Reaching The Breaking Point During The Pandemic

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