What to expect on NASA's upcoming Artemis I mission to the moon.

For the first time in 50 years, a spacecraft is preparing to launch on a journey to the moon. The Artemis I mission, including the Space Launch System Rocket and Orion spacecraft, is targeting liftoff on August 29 from NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida. CNN speaks with NASA administrator Bill Nelson, who lays out what to expect. #CNN #News

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Legal analyst on significance of officers getting same charges in Nichols case.

Legal analyst on significance of officers getting same charges in Nichols case.

Shelby County District Attorney Steve Mulroy says that the five former Memphis police officers involved in the arrest of Tyre Nichols, who died following a traffic stop, are all responsible for his death. CNN Legal Analyst Joey Jackson explains th...

The Elon Musk mystique is fading and this teacher says don’t ban ChatGPT.

The Elon Musk mystique is fading and this teacher says don’t ban ChatGPT.

CNN’s Allison Morrow tells “Nightcap’s” Jon Sarlin that Elon Musk’s Twitter antics are damaging Tesla’s brand. Plus, high school teacher Cherie Shields argues that ChatGPT is an excellent teaching tool and schools are making a mistake if they ban ...

Diva bear can't stop taking selfies on wildlife cam.

Diva bear can't stop taking selfies on wildlife cam.

A Colorado bear bares all in 400 bear "selfies." CNN's Jeanne Moos explains how it strikes a pose. #CNN #News

Retired general on what it would take to convince Putin war is unsustainable.

Retired general on what it would take to convince Putin war is unsustainable.

Gen. David Petraeus (Ret.) speaks with CNN's Jim Sciutto on the US and its NATO allies announcing shipments of tanks to the Ukrainian military, how that will affect the risk of Russian escalation, and what the West can do to help Ukraine reduce ci...

Professor breaks down why Earth's inner core may have stopped.

Professor breaks down why Earth's inner core may have stopped.

The rotation of Earth's inner core may have paused and it could even go into reverse. Professor of theoretical physics, Michio Kaku, explains the new discovery with "CNN This Morning." #CNN #News