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Dec. 11, 2022 | NASA is one step closer to returning to the moon after a successful 25-day test flight. As the war in Ukraine grinds on, Russia's Vladimir Putin is using a new tactic to justify it. Plus, the role cities play in protecting the earth’s biodiversity.

00:00 The National for Dec. 11, 2022
00:44 NASA's Orion capsule returns after flight around moon
03:20 The significance of Orion's successful return to Earth
05:09 Growing push for kids to get flu shots
07:31 1988 Lockerbie bombing suspect in U.S. custody
08:26 Russia drone attack leaves Odesa without power
10:38 Magnitude 6 earthquake hits southwestern Mexico
10:52 Ronaldo coy about his future after World Cup exit
11:20 Migrant workers far from the World Cup action
13:42 Daunting task of searching for unmarked graves
15:54 Cities called on to protect biodiversity at COP15
18:53 Threats against drag performers on the rise
21:39 Apparent bomb threat at Patti LaBelle concert
22:07 AI-generated portraits have artists on edge
25:46 Doctors urge vaccinations to curb flu surge
31:47 Putin’s propaganda machine shifts its tone on Ukraine
42:22 The Moment | Dancers get an Annie Lennox shoutout

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