The US economy, on the brink of the abyss. Meta is fined a record US$1.3 billion in the European Union for data privacy violation. This is what you need to know to start the day. First the truth.
1. What happens if there is a red alert for Popocatépetl?
On Sunday, the National Civil Protection Coordination (CNPC) of Mexico decided to increase the level of the volcanic alert traffic light, which went from yellow phase 2 to yellow phase 3. Taking into account the current conditions, what would have to happen for the alert level to change to red?
2. The US economy, on the brink of the abyss
The United States is heading to the brink of a self-imposed economic disaster, as the House of Representatives — Republican-led— refuses to service the country’s debt unless President Joe Biden agrees to cuts in current and future spending as well as new cuts in social programs. Analysis.
3. ANALYSIS | Why DeSantis can win the nomination
Ron DeSantis is expected to enter the 2024 presidential race this week. But the Florida governor begins his campaign to win the Republican nomination with poll numbers reeling and with former President Donald Trump as the clear favorite in the primaries.
4. Ukraine’s challenges with the plane that can change the war
The F-16s would be an upgrade to the largely Soviet-era aircraft currently in the Ukraine fleet. President Volodymyr Zelensky welcomed Biden’s decision, saying in a tweet that “this will vastly improve our army in the sky.” But analysts warned that the Planes are not a panacea and have vulnerabilities that Moscow would be well aware of and could exploit.
5. Meteorologists monitor system ahead of hurricane season
The Atlantic hurricane season will begin June 1, but the weather doesn’t always follow the calendar and forecasters began monitoring a system in the Atlantic this week. What is the prognosis?
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This is what most attracts mosquitoes from the smell of humans
Anyone who has spent a summer afternoon swatting away mosquitoes, or a day scratching their bites, will agree: mosquitoes are the worst. But the odors that we humans produce are a big part of what attracts mosquitoes to us.
The good, the bad and the ugly of measuring the body mass index, BMI
Critics say the term BMI has become a social judgment by lumping people into arbitrary categories that perpetuate misconceptions about body weight.
How to parent in the age of ubiquitous screens and social media
Debates around smartphones and social media are very personal. Dr. Sanjay Gupta, as the father of three teenage girls, often wonders about the impact of so much screen time on his brain. This is your reflection.
Do not let him fall! This is the most expensive ice cream in the world and it costs US$ 6,400
The frozen dessert, called Byakuya —“white night” in Japanese— it currently sells for 880,000 yen ($6,380) per serving, making it officially the most expensive ice cream in the world, according to Guinness World Records.
Carmelo Anthony retires
Carmelo Anthony, one of the best scorers the NBA has ever seen, announced his retirement from basketball at age 38.
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Meta receives a record fine of US$1.3 billion in the European Union for data privacy violation.
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“Singing for hundreds of thousands of people is not really what I like”
Although she has one of the biggest hits in the music industry in a long time with her single “Flowers,” Miley Cyrus explained in an interview with British Vogue Why won’t he go on tour soon?
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They exhibit a life-size Ferrari made with Lego in Denmark
A Ferrari Monza SP1 was displayed at Legoland Billund in Denmark. The funny thing is that it is made exclusively of Lego and in real size. This is what the impressive sculpture looks like.