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Boy Scouts files for bankruptcy, Harvey Weinstein trial goes to jury, Nevada debate deadline: 5 things to know Tuesday

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The Boy Scouts files for bankruptcy, Mars briefly disappears in a rare celestial event, Harvey Weinstein trial set to go to jury and more news you need to know Tuesday.
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News video: Harvey Weinstein Trial: Jury Deliberates For Hours, Does Not Reach Verdict

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The jury began deliberating Tuesday in the rape and sex assault trial of Harvey Weinstein, and after more than five hours, there were questions but no verdict; CBS2's Alice Gainer reports.

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Detailed Designs Show Mars Cities To House One Million Humans [Video]

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These detailed designs show Mars cities to house one million humans with inhabiitants living on the side of cliffs. The design inlcudes 5 cities with each city accommodating between 200,000 & 250,000 people. The project, called NÜWA, is part of an exhaustive scientific work for a competition organised by the Mars Society. Abiboo Studio led the architectural design. It's founder, ALFREDO MUÑOZ, says "if we were to construct the buildings as on earth, the buildings would tend to explode from the pressure, the solar and gamma radiation on Mars forced us to build spaces that are not directly exposed to the sky." The project has been fully developed by the Sonet Network, an international team of scientists & academics, headed by astrophysicists Guillem Anglada, who led discovery of exoplanet Proxima-B.

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