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The 5 things you should know this December 22: A "one-time" storm affects travel in the US. 


All the details of Zelensky's historic visit to the United States. Lasso talks about a possible re-election in Ecuador. "Chaos" in China due to covid: they send fever medicine from abroad.

All the details of Zelensky's historic visit to the United States.

Lasso talks about a possible re-election in Ecuador.

"Chaos" in China due to covid: they send fever medicine from abroad.

This is what you should know to start the day


First the truth.

1. A "once-in-a-generation" storm will affect holiday travel

A major winter storm and frigid blast will affect nearly every US state, bringing what the National Weather Service calls a "once-in-a-generation event" that will bring travel to a standstill on some of the busiest days of the year. year.

Here, the details of the forecast for you to organize the next days. 

  • Stay safe and warm with this winter weather guide

2. Zelensky's historic visit to the United States

Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelensky met his US counterpart Joe Biden on Wednesday and then delivered a powerful message to Congress saying his country "will never give up."

Review here the president's speech on his first trip outside of Ukraine since the invasion of Russia began and the details of his meeting with Biden.

Biden to Zelensky: We're going to stick with you for as long as it takes 5:05

3. Lasso on a re-election in Ecuador: "It is almost an inevitable obligation"

Do you want to continue Guillermo Lasso leading Ecuador in 2025?

"I think it is almost an unavoidable obligation," the president responded in an interview with Directo USA, recalling that the country's Constitution allows for re-election and that it is necessary to "work politically" so that he can continue the political project he leads.

Guillermo Lasso does not hide his desire to seek re-election in Ecuador 0:31

4. "Chaos" in China due to the covid: they send medicines for fever from abroad

An unprecedented surge of Covid infections in China has caused widespread medicine shortages as people rush to buy fever medicines and pain relievers to alleviate flu-like symptoms.


China prepares for a new wave of covid-19 2:10

5. The keys to the report of the House of Representatives commission on Trump's taxes

The Internal Revenue Service failed to properly audit Trump when he was president, according to a report by a House committee on the then-president's taxes, who in 2020 did not pay a dollar in federal income taxes.

Here, the keys to the extensive report.

Trump taxes were not properly audited, according to commission 2:55

At coffee time

The best and worst series finales this 2022, from "Better Call Saul" to "Killing Eve"

To win a gold medal in Olympic sports like springboard diving or gymnastics, landing the perfect landing is the last key step.

The same goes for TV series, which, however popular they may have been at the time, can leave a bitter aftertaste if they mess up their endings.

The 5 most watched series of 2022, according to IMDb 0:56

Pelé's state of health worsens: this is what we know

Pelé's state of health has worsened, and now he requires "greater care related to kidney and heart dysfunctions," the hospital where the Brazilian soccer star is hospitalized reported Wednesday.

The latest on Pele's health 1:11

They order the release of the famous French serial killer Charles "The Serpent" Sobhraj

Nepal's highest court on Wednesday ordered the release of Charles Sobhraj, the notorious French serial killer who inspired the award-winning television series "The Serpent."

This is his story.

The story of the photo of Messi that made history on Instagram

Lionel Messi sitting on the shoulders of Sergio 'Kun' Agüero, with both hands clasped tightly in the World Cup as he holds it aloft.

This is the photo that the star chose to upload to celebrate his victory in the World Cup, which has become the most 'liked' post in Instagram history.

Here we tell you his story.

Messi, almost absolute king in Instagram history 1:07

A new study suggests that some dolphins display hallmark symptoms of Alzheimer's

According to a new study, the brains of three species of dolphins found stranded off the coast of Scotland show the hallmarks of Alzheimer's disease, providing insight into the disease in species other than humans.

the figure of the day


The death toll in the protests in Peru increased to 27 after the removal of President Pedro Castillo in early December, according to the most recent report from the Ministry of Health, published hours after the arrival of the ex-president's family in Mexico. 

What is the situation between Mexico and Peru regarding political asylum for the family of Pedro Castillo?


quote of the day

"The worst World Cup that has ever existed"

Katia Aveiro, the sister of Cristiano Ronaldo, highlighted the star's achievements after the defeat of the Portugal team and referred harshly to the World Cup in Qatar. 

Cristiano Ronaldo's sister reacts to Messi's triumph 0:56

And to finish

The meat produced in a laboratory, what does it taste like?

Would you try it?

Soon you could be dining on meat that doesn't originate from an animal slaughtered in a slaughterhouse, but is instead produced in a laboratory run by a British company called Ivy Farm Technologies.

The meat produced in a laboratory, what does it taste like?


Source: cnnespanol

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