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The 5 things you should know this Wednesday, October 13, 2021: Gabby Petito's cause of death is revealed | CNN


US debt ceiling extended through December: what's next? They determine the cause of death of Gabby Petito. These cities could disappear under water. This is what you need to know to start the day. Truth first. | World | CNN

US debt ceiling extended through December: what's next?

They determine the cause of death of Gabby Petito.

These cities could disappear under water.

This is what you need to know to start the day.

Truth first.


Gabby Petito was strangled to death

The Teton County Coroner's Office determined that Gabby Petito's cause of death was death by strangulation, Teton County Medical Examiner Dr. Brent Blue announced.


US debt ceiling extended through December: what's next?

The US House of Representatives approved the measure that extends the debt limit until early December.

The temporary extension of the debt limit is only a short-term fix and there could be another fiscal crisis later this year.

Senate approves extending debt ceiling 2:51


Colder weather in the US could mean the delta wave still has months to go

"We still have a couple of months until this delta wave spreads across the country regionally and we're done with it," said Dr. Scott Gottlieb, former commissioner of the US Food and Drug Administration. FDA).

Psychological effects of prolonged covid-19 5:16


They accuse the president of Brazil, Jair Bolsonaro, of "crimes against humanity"

A group of lawyers specializing in climate issues has urged the International Criminal Court (ICC) to investigate the president of Brazil, Jair Bolsonaro, for his alleged attacks on the Amazon, which according to them amount to "crimes against humanity."

Does Bolsonaro lose popularity?



These cities could disappear under water

The planet is warming rapidly, leading to historic droughts, deadly floods, and unusual thaws in the Arctic.

It is also causing a steady rise in sea level, which scientists say will continue for decades.

A study by Climate Central, a non-profit research group, shows that some 50 large coastal cities will have to implement "unprecedented" adaptation measures to prevent rising sea levels from engulfing their most populated areas.

Also, look here at the Latin American cities threatened in this scenario. 


The sea could devour large coastal cities, this is what they would look like 0:57

At coffee time

Strange radio waves coming from the heart of the Milky Way baffle scientists

Experts have detected unusual radio waves coming from the center of the Milky Way galaxy.

The energy signal is unlike any phenomenon studied before and could suggest a previously unknown stellar object, according to research.

Mysterious radio waves from space 0:56

A US task force proposes that adults 60 years of age and older without a cardiac history do not need to take aspirin daily.

The US Preventive Services Task Force is studying the possibility of introducing several changes to its guidelines on taking a daily aspirin to prevent heart disease and stroke.

They propose to reduce the use of aspirin in the USA 1:28

How One Woman Created a Network to Support the Families of Addiction

Fighters Joanne Peterson has addressed governors across the country about the opioid epidemic.

Senators and attorneys general are calling her in hopes of better understanding how they can support their communities as they face an overdose epidemic.

2020, the year with the most overdose deaths in the US 0:36

Blue Origin To Send Captain Kirk From "Star Trek" Into Space: How To Watch Launch

New Shepard's 18th mission is scheduled to take off on Wednesday, October 13 at 10:00 am ET (Miami time) from a remote stretch of the West Texas.

Here's what you need to know before launch.

Demi Lovato thinks the term 'aliens' is 'derogatory' for aliens

Lovato explained that she does not believe that beings from another planet intend to harm humans.

Demi Lovato declares herself to be gender non-binary 1:59

The number of the day

US $ 80

For the first time since late 2014, oil prices in the United States have once again surpassed $ 80 a barrel, a boon for the energy industry, which was hit during the pandemic, but bad news for the economic recovery as winter is coming.

US oil prices rise to 7-year highs 1:07

Quote of the day

"The deployment of massive operations in workplaces, sometimes resulting in the simultaneous arrest of hundreds of workers, did not focus on the most damaging aspect of the problem of unauthorized employment in our country: exploitative employers."

The Biden administration will end mass arrests of immigrants at workplaces and instead target employers who exploit undocumented workers, according to a newly released memorandum by Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas.

What are the new deportation criteria?


Day selection

Meet and set aside Amazon's Echo Buds headphones with built-in Alexa

These hearing aids are compatible with iOS and Android.

Also, you can ask Alexa to play music and podcast on them.

And to finish...

A tire that had been stuck for more than 2 years is removed from the neck of a moose

Moose freed from tire stuck in neck for 2 years 1:23

For two years, a moose was sighted with a tire around its neck.

Now, after several attempts, wildlife officials have managed to free the animal from this discomfort.

Source: cnnespanol

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