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People in New Orleans are bring told to stay indoors as the eye of Hurricane Zeta passes. The storm is packing 110-mile-per-hour winds as the after making landfall. Forecasters says Zeta would drop huge amounts of rain, but storm surge of up to eleven-feet is possible.    The North American Aerospace Defense Command says a plane was intercepted during President Trump's visit to Arizona. NORAD clarified the aircraft was a general aviation plane and flew in restricted airspace without clearance was not communicating with air traffic control. F-16's were one the scene and sent out signal flares.    France and Germany are partially shutting down after reporting big spikes in coronavirus cases. Bars, restaurants and nonessential services will be closed for at least a month. Schools and several businesses, however, can stay open.    An Illinois policeman involved in the shooting death of a Black teenager apparently switched on his body camera following after the incident took place. On Wednesday, the city of Waukegan released footage of the shooting that left 19-year-old Marcellis Stinnette dead, and injured 20-year-old Tafara Williams. The unidentified officer has since been fired.    Thousands of current and former FBI agents are backing Director Christopher Wray. On Wednesday, the FBI Agents Association sent letters to President Donal Trump and Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden cautioning both of the potential affect it could have if Wray is fired. They say it could damage the balance inside the bureau.    The NBA is reporting that earnings for the 2019-20 season have dropped ten-percent. ESPN says the losses were due to the coronavirus pandemic and includes 800-million-dollars in gate receipt losses and another 400-million hit on sponsorships and merchandise. The league predicts almost four-billion-dollars will be lost next season if fans can't go to the games.