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Jeff Bezos reveals what the crew talked about before liftoff
CNN's Anderson Cooper talks with Amazon founder Jeff Bezos and his brother Mark about their trip into space aboard a Blue Origin spacecraft, and what the crew was discussing in the moments before takeoff. #CNN #News
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See Jeff Bezos go to space and back
Jeff Bezos, the world's richest man, went to space and back on an 11-minute, supersonic joy ride aboard the rocket and capsule system developed by his space company, Blue Origin. #CNN #News #Business
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SE Cupp: Don't dismiss Richard Branson's accomplishment in space
CNN's SE Cupp says reporters shouldn't be called out for expressing emotion over Richard Branson's flight to space. #CNN #News
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Ransomware attacks, explained
Ransomware attacks are on the rise with an estimated $350 million paid out in ransom in 2020. Here's everything you need to know and how to prepare yourself if you're targeted next. Produced by John General Supervising Producer: Logan Whiteside #CNN #Ransomware #Hacking
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See moment Richard Branson rockets into space
Richard Branson became the first person to ride into space aboard a rocket he helped fund. The supersonic space plane developed by his company, Virgin Galactic, roared into the sky over New Mexico early Sunday, carrying Branson and three fellow crewmembers. Branson -— along with Virgin Galactic employees Beth Moses, Colin Bennett, and Sirisha Bandla and pilots Dave Mackay and Michael Masucci — boarded the SpaceShipTwo, a winged plane with a single rocket motor that the company has spent nearly two decades developing, before the crack of dawn. Attached beneath its massive, twin-fuselaged mothership, dubbed WhiteKnightTwo, the vehicle took to the skies at 8:30 am MT and climbed to about 50,000 feet in the air. #CNNBusiness #News
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See Chinese rocket launch to send astronauts to its space station
China successfully launched three astronauts into space, bringing the country one step closer to completing its new space station. CNN's David Culver reports and Becky Anderson speaks with Rick Larsen, co-chair of the bipartisan US-China Working Group. #CNN #News
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Neil deGrasse Tyson explains 'ring of fire' solar eclipse
Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson talks to CNN’s John Berman about the solar eclipse, the government seriously investigating UFO’s and comments by Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-TX) about moving the moon to combat climate change. #NewDay #NeildeGrasseTyson #CNN
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See how police tricked criminals with phone app trap
It was supposed to be the underworld's impenetrable communication tool, a digital safe space to plot crimes ranging from drug trafficking to murder away from the prying eyes of the law. But for nearly three years, an encrypted app used by criminals was covertly monitored by the FBI and Australia's Federal Police (AFP) -- leading to hundreds of arrests and tens of millions of dollars in asset seizures, authorities revealed on Tuesday. In a statement, the AFP said they and the FBI had been reading the clandestine communications of criminals since 2018 on the ANoM app -- a black-market product only accessible on specially prepared mobile phones. According to the AFP, intelligence gathered from the decrypted messages led to the arrest of 224 suspects on more than 500 charges and the seizure of 3.7 metric tons of drugs and nearly $35 million in cash over the past three years in Australia. A number of those charged are allegedly linked to Australian-based Italian mafia, outlaw motorcycle gangs, Asian crime syndicates and Albanian organized crime, the AFP added. "Operation Ironside," as the investigation was named, began three years ago as a collaboration between several global law enforcement agencies, including the FBI, the AFP, New Zealand police and Europol. Speaking at a news conference on Tuesday, AFP Commissioner Reece Kershaw said multiple criminal plots were also foiled thanks to law enforcement access to the app, including a planned mass shooting at an Australian suburban cafe and the assassination of a family of five. ANoM could only be found on phones bought through the black market, which had been stripped of the capability to make calls or send emails, according to the AFP. The phones could only send messages to another device that had the app and criminals needed to know another criminal to get a device. #IvanWatson #CNN #ConnectTheWorld
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Fareed: Meat is making the planet sick. Here's how
CNN's Fareed Zakaria speaks with Ezra Klein about how eating animal products from industrial agriculture can help save the planet by reducing unnatural greenhouse gases and protecting habitable land. #FareedZakaria #CNNBusiness #News
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Pentagon faces June deadline to issue unclassified report on UFO sightings
CNN's Jake Tapper talks to Luis Elizondo, former director of the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program (AATIP), about the forthcoming government report on mysterious UFO sightings. #CNN #News
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See Biden floor it in electric Ford pickup truck
President Joe Biden took an electric Ford pickup truck for a test drive after speaking to auto workers in Dearborn, Michigan. #CNN #News #JoeBiden
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Rocket debris expected to crash into Earth soon
The large Chinese rocket that is out of control and set to reenter Earth's atmosphere this weekend has brought about an alarming but not unprecedented situation. Space debris has crashed into Earth on a number of occasions, including last year. The good news is that debris plunging toward Earth -- while unnerving -- generally poses very little threat to personal safety. As Jonathan McDowell, an astrophysicist at the Astrophysics Center at Harvard University, told CNN: "This is not the end of days." Still, the episode has fueled fresh questions about space debris, uncontrolled reentry and what precautions might need to be taken, if any. #CNN #News
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'Nightmare situation for Facebook': What the Trump ruling means
CNN's Donie O'Sullivan says that the Facebook Advisory Board's decision that Facebook can keep blocking former President Donald Trump from using its platform creates a nightmare situation for the social media giant. The landmark move affirms the company's decision to suspend Trump in January after the US Capitol riots. However, the board said Facebook must review the decision within six months. "Within six months of this decision, Facebook must reexamine the arbitrary penalty it imposed on January 7 and decide the appropriate penalty," the board wrote in its decision. "This penalty must be based on the gravity of the violation and the prospect of future harm. It must also be consistent with Facebook's rules for severe violations, which must, in turn, be clear, necessary and proportionate." The board also criticized Facebook for having made the suspension indefinite. "In applying a vague, standardless penalty and then referring this case to the Board to resolve, Facebook seeks to avoid its responsibilities," the decision said. #CNN #Newsroom #DonieOsullivan
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Facebook Oversight Board upholds Donald Trump's suspension
Facebook can keep blocking former President Donald Trump from using its platform, the social network's court-like Oversight Board said Wednesday in a landmark move that affirmed the company's decision to issue the suspension after the January 6 US Capitol riots. The board said it concluded that Trump's posts on January 6, which praised the rioters, "severely violated" Facebook's policies and "created an environment where a serious risk of violence was possible." However, the board criticized Facebook for having made the suspension indefinite and said Facebook must review the decision and impose disciplinary actions such as a "time-bound period of suspension" or permanently disabling the account — sanctions consistent with Facebook's policies. "Within six months of this decision, Facebook must reexamine the arbitrary penalty it imposed on January 7 and decide the appropriate penalty," the board wrote in its decision. "This penalty must be based on the gravity of the violation and the prospect of future harm. It must also be consistent with Facebook's rules for severe violations, which must, in turn, be clear, necessary and proportionate." "In applying a vague, standardless penalty and then referring this case to the Board to resolve, Facebook seeks to avoid its responsibilities," the decision said. The decision also applies to Facebook-owned Instagram where Trump has an account. Trump has almost 60 million followers across Facebook (FB) and Instagram. #Facebook #CNNBusiness #Newsroom
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He was innocent. But a facial recognition 'match' got this Black man arrested
Nijeer Parks couldn't have committed the crime. That didn't stop police from arresting him based off of a false facial recognition match. Here's why the technology can often misidentify Black people, with serious consequences. Produced by John General & Jon Sarlin Supervising Producer: Bronte Lord Production Assistant: Sofia Barrett
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CDC announces new outdoor mask guidance
CDC Director Rochelle Walensky announced that it's safe for fully vaccinated people to go unmasked at small outdoor gatherings, or when dining outside with friends from multiple households. #CNN #News
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How NBA Top Shot turned dunks into digital gold
Top Shot is turning NBA plays into NFTs. But is it a good investment? CNN Business talks to NBA player Tyrese Haliburton and investor Michael Levy about the digital future of sports fandom. #CNN #News #Business
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Dr. Fauci offers a clarification on Covid-19 vaccine boosters
Dr. Anthony Fauci addresses public concern surrounding a possible third-dose vaccine booster. Fauci tells CNN's Jim Acosta the need is not a matter of efficacy, but rather an extension of durability of protection against coronavirus. #CNN #News
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Astronauts welcome new crew aboard the ISS
A SpaceX Crew Dragon spacecraft — carrying four astronauts from three countries — docked with the International Space Station and was welcomed by the crew they're relieving ahead of their six-month stay in space. #CNN #News
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CDC advisers recommend resuming use of J&J vaccine
Vaccine advisers to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention voted Friday to recommend resuming use of the Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccine. #CNN #News
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'Like 190 moonshots': Weir analyzes Biden's climate promise
President Joe Biden kicked off a virtual climate summit attended by 40 other world leaders by announcing an ambitious cut in greenhouse gas emissions as he looks to put the US back at the center of the global effort to address the climate crisis and curb carbon emissions. At the White House summit, which is taking place over two days, Biden committed the United States to reducing its greenhouse gas emissions by 50%-52% below its 2005 emissions levels by 2030. While the goals are a part of the Paris climate agreement that Biden rejoined upon taking office, they are non-binding and the administration has not rolled out a plan on how the US will meet them. Officials said Biden and his team arrived at the final number in a meeting at the White House on Wednesday morning. CNN's Bill Weir describes the challenges facing President Biden and why his vow is so ambitious. #BillWeir #CNN #ClimateCrisis
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Former Reddit CEO on the biggest myth about tech
The former CEO of Reddit speaks up about the discrimination she has faced in her career and urges companies to take another look at how inclusive their workplaces really are. #CNN #Business #Reddit
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Pentagon confirms UFO video is real, taken by Navy pilot
A pyramid-shaped object seen flying through the sky has been confirmed by the Pentagon as an unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP). #CNN #News
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People are moving to this Midwest city for one particularly reason
The climate change is raising a question for millions of Americans: Is anywhere safe from the climate crisis? Some say Duluth, Minnesota, is the new "climate refuge." #ClimateChange #JohnSutter #CNN
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NFTs have completely transformed these digital artists' lives
CNN’s Jon Sarlin talks with Carlos Marcial and Osinachi, two of the many digital artists around the world who have seen their lives turned upside down with the booming market for NFTs —the digital tokens that have fueled the rise of an unprecedented market for digital art. Producers: Jon Sarlin and Paul Dwyer Senior Producer: Logan Whiteside #CNN #Business #NFT
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