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NASA’s DART Mission Successfully Slams Into An Asteroid

By Ashley Strickland, CNN (CNN) -- A NASA spacecraft has intentionally slammed into an asteroid in humanity's first test of planetary defense. The impact occurred at...

Employers Need Workers. That’s Good News For These People

With nearly two job openings available for every job seeker, the shortage of workers in the United States has many employers over a barrel in the fight to acquire and retain talent.

Nasa Reveals Webb Telescope’s New Images Of Stars, Galaxies And An Exoplanet

After decades of waiting, it's finally time for the world to see the first images taken by the most powerful space telescope ever -- the James Webb Space Telescope.

Biden Administration Wants To Standardize Electric Vehicle Charging, Like Gas Stations

The Biden administration wants to standardize electric vehicle charging, like gas stations. Charging stations funded under the federal program would also be open to anyone.

Boeing Launches Starliner Astronaut Capsule On Uncrewed Test Mission

Boeing launched its Starliner spacecraft, designed to ferry astronauts to and from the International Space Station, on an uncrewed test mission toward the orbiting outpost.

From Tesla To Gm, Automakers Eye ‘white Gold’ In This Toxic Desert Lake

The "brine" beneath this remote Californian lake could provide more lithium than any source on the planet, enough to power all domestic EV car batteries for decades to come. But will the "white gold" rush be all that it promises?

EU Says Apple Pay Restrictions May Harm Competitors

The European Union is warning Apple about possible antitrust violations after an investigation into the iPhone maker's dominance in mobile retail payments.

Ingenuity Helicopter Takes Photos Of Debris Field On Mars

The Ingenuity helicopter has captured a unique bird's-eye perspective of the gear that helped land the Perseverance rover on Mars.

5G And The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law Could Help End The Digital Divide 

The last two years have underlined what we already knew: the digital divide in America is real and has consequences for millions of Americans. An affordable, reliable connection is imperative in participating in the 21st century economy, and those families relying on mobile-only access are falling behind. Often, they cannot attend class online or seek a career opportunity that offers the possibility of working remotely. And as more services, job applications, and infrastructure moves online, the gap is only widening. 

‘We Come For Our Own’

After some of the hundreds of Black students stranded in the besieged city of Sumy, Ukraine, released desperate pleas for help on social media earlier this month, a grassroots group of volunteers sprang into action to help them safely evacuate the war zone.

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The ‘Invisible Tax’ On Black Teachers

The additional tasks assigned to educators are not divided equally among Black teachers and their non-Black colleagues, leaving Black teachers in roles that don’t set them up for promotions and lead to early burnout.