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David Harris became the first Black man to fly a commercial airliner when he was hired by American Airlines. Courtesy of David Harris/National Geographic hide caption

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'Segregated Skies' tells the story of the first Black pilot for a commercial airline

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Apple's AirTags help you keep track of your things, but concerns have risen over their misuse. Michael Levitt hide caption

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Michael Levitt

AirTags are being used to track people and cars. Here's what is being done about it

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