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CDC and FDA leaning toward resuming J&J vaccine, sources say
A decision is expected Friday, more than a week after the vaccine's distribution was paused following reports of rare but dangerous blood clots in eight people under the age of 50.
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Mars helicopter completes second test flight
Up to three more flights are planned before Ingenuity's test campaign comes to an end.
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SpaceX Crew Dragon, 4 astronauts bound for space station
It is the first piloted flight of a previously-flown first stage booster and a Crew Dragon capsule making its second flight.
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"Inherited" podcast shares stories of youth climate movement
The co-hosts of the "Inherited" podcast join "CBS This Morning" to discuss their mission to share stories of the youth climate movement. Georgia Wright and Julianna Bradley explain why young people are so energized to tackle this issue and the mental toll the climate crisis has on young people.
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President Biden pushes offshore wind as green energy alternative
In an effort to catch up with Europe, where offshore wind has been a strong industry for decades, the U.S. is now hoping to expand its offshore wind turbine footprint and power 10 million homes by 2030. Ben Tracy reports.
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Greta Thunberg: Science "not the thing that's holding us back" from climate change action
A new documentary series follows teenage environmentalist Greta Thunberg's journey around the world as she witnesses firsthand the effects of climate change. Adriana Diaz spoke to Thunberg about being a leader in the climate movement and how lessons learned fighting the pandemic can help battle climate change. "Greta Thunberg: A Year to Change the World" premieres Thursday night on PBS.
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Greta Thunberg says pandemic proves we can fight climate crisis
Thunberg's new documentary series, titled "Greta Thunberg: A Year to Change the World," premieres Thursday night on PBS.
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How to watch the Lyrid meteor shower as it peaks on Earth Day, April 22
After a months-long meteor drought, the Lyrids are back to illuminate Earth Day with "glowing dust trains."
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SpaceX Crew Dragon launch delayed to Friday
NASA optimistic weather will cooperate for a Friday launch of four astronauts to the International Space Station.
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How farming in the Mississippi Delta can save America's food supply chain
As climate change threatens the abundance of produce crops in California, one project is looking at viable farming options in the Mississippi Delta River region.
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Fauci says COVID vaccines are key to "normalcy" amid vaccine hesitancy
As U.S. officials combat vaccine hesitancy. Dr. Anthony Fauci is urging Americans to look at the data. He says vaccines are the "highway to normalcy." Dr. Payal Patel, an infectious diseases physician at the University of Michigan medical school, joins CBSN's Elaine Quijano to discuss the latest.
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