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Nightly News: Kids Edition (January 9, 2021)

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What happened this week? Presidential Historian Michael Beschloss helps make sense of the event that took place at the U.S. Capitol. Dr. John Torres takes a look at what we’ve learned about the coronavirus one year later. What’s the science behind snow? Meteorologist Dylan Dreyer explains and shows you how to make snow at home. Kid chef Zoe is baking up something sweet: Giant chocolate chip cookies. Plus, Inspiring Kids Series continues: Meet the 14-year-old who is making bow ties to raise money for shelter animals.