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Sen. Sinema dashes Democrats' hope to change the filibuster

Sinema said she supports the voting rights bills under consideration but added she is unwilling to change her position on the filibuster for them to pass.

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Christmas Eve telescope launch has astronomers hoping for good tidings of great joy

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NASA names 2021 astronaut candidates as it plans for moon mission.

NASA announced 10 astronaut candidates on Monday, selecting a group from more than 12,000 applications.

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