Tue. Feb 27th, 2024

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  • Pentagon to testify at UFO hearing in Congress

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As the 53rd annual Earth Day nears, NBC’s Brian Cheung looks at the environmental impact of what we eat, what we buy, and how small changes we make can have a big impact.

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