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  • Watch: NASA, SpaceX launch international crew to ISS

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  • Gen Z students open up about feeling anxiety towards the future

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  • Nagin Cox reflects on her journey to the top NASA’s jet propulsion lab

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  • Why Trump is asking the Supreme Court to intervene in Mar-a-Lago classified documents case

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  • What Twitter could look like under Elon Musk's ownership

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  • NASA to launch first female led SpaceX mission to International Space Station

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  • Biden to tour Hurricane Ian damage, meet with Florida Governor DeSantis

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‘We will be completely destroyed’ if systemic nature of racism does not end

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There is still a long way to go in defeating racism. MSNBC’s Trymaine Lee hosts a panel discussion with Nikole Hannah-Jones of the New York Times, Minnesota’s Lieutenant Governor Mandela Barnes and actor Don Cheadle about eliminating the white supremacist ideals ingrained in American institutions.