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NASA Set For Historic Landing On AsteroidA spacecraft was set to try a first-of-its-kind landing on an asteroid to take a soil sample before returning to Earth in 2023. CBS2's Vanessa Murdock reports.
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John F. Kennedy International Airport Adding Barriers For COVID SafetyThe Transportation Security Administration is installing new acrylic barriers at security checkpoints where officers interact with passengers.
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