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Five responses on the arrest warrant against Uribe. One study says that exploding stars created the calcium in our bones and teeth. This is what you need to know to start the day. The truth first.

The Beirut explosion created a 124-meter-wide crater

The diameter of the crater created by Tuesday’s explosion in Beirut appears to be about 124 meters, according to a .

analysis of a satellite image from Planet Labs, Inc. Look at satellite images showing before and after the explosion.

Nurse removed three newborns from hospital shaken by Beirut explosion

Debate over face masks is similar to seatbelts from decades ago

Buckling up is natural for most Americans. However, it took them more than 60 years to get to that point. The United States cannot afford to wait more than 60 years for its people to wear masks.


This is how companies advance in the development of possible vaccines against covid-19

Mandatory use of masks can be expanded to the outdoors 1:41

Five responses about the arrest warrant against Uribe

The former president of Colombia Álvaro Uribe has against him a house arrest order from the Investigation Chamber of the Supreme Court of Justice for the alleged crimes of bribery and procedural fraud, in a case for alleged manipulation of witnesses. Uribe has always denied the charges. These are some questions that the case leaves.


Some celebrate and others condemn the arrest of Álvaro Uribe 3:53

Stimulus negotiations in the US Congress finally move forward

After seven meetings, for a total of more than a dozen hours, the top Democratic and White House negotiators not only talk about their disagreements, but put offers on the table, commercial proposals and, to a lesser extent, begin to make concessions. They even agreed on a deadline for a deal: the end of this week.

These people are more at risk of losing their jobs 1:49

Study says exploding stars created calcium in our bones and teeth

According to one study, the calcium in our bones and teeth came from stars that explode in supernovae and scatter this mineral throughout the universe in massive amounts. These events are called calcium-rich supernovae.

According to various research, marijuana is not good for your heart

You may like to smoke weed, but your heart won’t like it, according to the new scientific statement from the American Heart Association.

Marijuana is harmful to the heart, according to study 1:05

Samsung introduces the Galaxy Note 20 and its latest foldable phone

Samsung unveiled its latest flagship device on Wednesday at a live-streamed online launch event.

Samsung presents the Galaxy Note20 1:23

Satellite images reveal new penguin colonies in Antarctica

Satellite images have revealed that there are almost 20% more emperor penguin colonies in Antarctica than previously thought.

If TikTok is banned in the US, these “apps” could replace it

The future of TikTok in the United States is uncertain. While the possible purchase of operations in the country by Microsoft is pending, if the Donald Trump government bans TikTok, these apps could benefit.

Facebook launches Instagram Reels, a rival for TikTok 0:34

US $ 400 million

The biotech company Moderna, which received funding from the United States’ Operation Warp Speed ​​program, also said it had about $ 400 million in customer deposits for a possible supply of its mRNA-1273 vaccine.

This is how the race for the vaccine against covid-19 goes 1:52

No, I haven’t had a test. Why the hell would I take a test? “

Joe Biden said he had not taken a cognitive test and said the question was unfair, comparing it to being asked if he was an “addict.”

Get your workouts in rhythm with these wireless headphones

If you’re looking for a headset for running or sports, the Powerbeats offer 15 hours of battery life, a comfortable fit and easy pairing with iOS devices. They are on sale at $ 20 on Amazon for a limited time and have very good sound quality.

The best moments of TikTok

Although the future of TikTok remains uncertain, there is no denying the cultural impact that the app has already had. Here’s a look back at some of the biggest trends to emerge from the platform, from Lil Nas X’s “Old Town Road” to the pandemic theme, “Bored in the House.”

Check out some of the great moments from TikTok 1:55

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Consumer Spending Gains Slows to 1% in August


WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. consumer spending slowed in August while personal incomes fell, reflecting the expiration of the $600 weekly benefit for the unemployed.

The Commerce Department reported Thursday that spending grew by just 1%, the weakest showing since spending actually fell 12.7% in April after the coronavirus pandemic shut down large parts of the economy.

The 2.7% drop in incomes followed a gain of 0.5% in July. The August drop reflected the expiration of the $600 expanded unemployment benefit on July 31. Congress has so far failed to come up with a new virus relief package that would restore that benefit.

Many economists are worried that without further government support the economy will slow significantly in the final three months of this year.

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