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  • U.S. successfully lands on the moon for the first time in more than 50 years

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  • Political fallout from Alabama frozen embryo ruling

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  • American spacecraft makes historic moon landing

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  • Wide disruption after AT&T cell phone outage

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  • Israeli strikes destroy mosque in Rafah

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  • Meet the Press NOW — February 22

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  • Trump critics fear retribution if he’s re-elected, some ‘planning to leave the country’

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  • GOP congressman on IVF: Alabama should 'modify the law' on embryos being children

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  • Chuck Todd: The GOP isn’t ‘evenly divided, but it’s extraordinarily divided’

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  • A look into the 'sober curious' movement

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Chicago closing 54 schools in face of $1 billion deficit

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In Chicago, 30,000 kids will be moved to different schools: most of them black, on the city's South and West sides. And Chicago's not the only city where budget problems are forcing big changes in the public schools. NBC’s Rehema Ellis reports.