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No oversea spectators will be allowed at Tokyo Olympics

The Summer Olympics in 2021 will go on, but there won’t be as many people attending. Due to COVID-19 concerns, the Tokyo organizers have banned international fans from the events. The Olympic committee agrees with the decision. Many Japanese people…

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NASA rover, Perseverance, touches down safely on Mars

After 203 days and 293 million miles, NASA’s latest Mars rover landed safely on the Red Planet. After the usual “seven minutes of terror,” the rover became the fifth vehicle to land on Mars. It touched down in Jezero Crater…

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Queen of Creole Cuisine: Lena Richard broke color barriers in cooking industry

Trained chef Lena Richard was an African American celebrity chef in New Orleans in 1949. Her cooking show was so popular, it aired twice a week. She taught viewers how to prepare Creole dishes from her own cookbook. As well…

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Meet Gitanjali Rao—TIME’s first-ever Kid of the Year

At age 15, Gitanjali Rao isn’t your typical scientist. The brilliant teen was selected as TIME’s Kid of the Year from more than 5,000 kids, ages 8 to 16. Her inventions can sense lead in water, detect early opioid addiction,…

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First Boeing 737 Max flight takes off after 2 years of being grounded

After two deadly crashes in March 2019, the Boeing’s 737 Max was grounded. But not anymore. American Airlines was the first to fly the plane commercially in almost two years. The first flight was from Miami to New York. The…

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