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The 5 things you should know this December 28: Title 42 will remain in force while litigation is resolved


Why is Southwest Airlines collapsing? The year 2022 was tough for Trump and 2023 may not be much better. The most extraordinary cosmic revelations and space explorations of the year. This is what you need to know to start the day. First the truth.

Why is Southwest Airlines collapsing?

The year 2022 was tough for Trump and 2023 may not be much better.

The most extraordinary cosmic revelations and space explorations of the year.

This is what you should know to start the day


First the truth


1. Supreme Court upholds Title 42 in the US

The Supreme Court of the United States decided this Tuesday that the controversial border restriction known as Title 42, implemented under the Trump government, will remain in force while the pending legal resources are resolved.

The move ensures that federal officials will be able to continue expeditiously expelling migrants at US borders for months to come.

  • Migrants in El Paso face uncertainty over Title 42 decision

  • What is Title 42?

    A border policy that allows quick deportation and generates debate

2. Why is Southwest collapsing?

The winter storm that dumped feet of snow across much of the United States led to widespread flight cancellations over the Christmas holidays.

This Monday, air travel more or less returned to normal, unless they were booked with Southwest Airlines.

More than 90% of the flight cancellations this Tuesday correspond to that airline.


The most shocking images of the winter storm in the US 1:55

3. Benedict XVI is "very sick"

During his general audience at the Vatican, Pope Francis said his predecessor, Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI, is "very ill" and asked for prayers for the 95-year-old former pope.

In 2013, Pope Benedict XVI shocked the world by making the almost unprecedented decision to resign his position citing "advanced age."

4. Ukraine fears Russian attacks on New Year's Eve

The energy situation across Ukraine remains "really difficult" due to the constant risk of Russian shelling, Ukraine's Energy Minister Herman Halushchenko said, warning that "maximum damage to the energy system" could occur on New Year's Eve.


5. Brazilian police search for a second suspect in planning a terrorist act

George Washington de Oliveira, accused of planting a bomb that did not explode in Brasilia, will be treated as an alleged terrorist, as will all those who collaborated or may collaborate in similar acts.

This was stated in a press conference by the future Ministers of Defense and Justice.

Authorities said they are looking for a second suspect in this action.

at coffee time

The most extraordinary cosmic revelations and space explorations of the year

This year, humanity has gained glimpses of the universe in ways never before possible, and space missions have taken unprecedented leaps to unravel the mysteries of the cosmos.

Advances in space tourism in 2022 3:31

What should older adults know before undergoing surgery?

Older adults contemplating major surgery are often unsure whether or not to proceed.

These are the questions that should be asked.

The 10 video games we liked the most in 2022

2022 has been a fertile year for high-level video game releases both in the field of large productions and in the independent scene.

Here, our selection of the highlights.

The cruel origin of April Fool's Day

Ready to spend (and receive) a good dose of jokes?

You may enjoy April Fool's Day like a child without knowing that, at the origin of this celebration, there is a dark story of cruelty and death that has nothing to do with humor, but a lot to do with innocence.

Quadrantids 2023: how and when to see the meteor shower

2023 begins with a new space spectacle: the Quadrantids shower will peak on the night of January 3.

Here, all the details so you can enjoy it.

the figure of the day


Several foods have become more expensive this year.

But nothing comes close to the rise in egg prices, which until November was 49%.


How much has the egg price risen in 2022?


quote of the day

“I am not a criminal.

Neither here, nor abroad, in any jurisdiction in the world I have committed any crime."

Republican Rep.-elect George Santos of New York admitted in two separate interviews Monday to lying about parts of his resume, but said he has committed no crimes and intends to serve in Congress.

Congressman-elect who lied about his resume: I'm not a fraud 2:54

And to finish...

Students go crazy when they see a teacher in a dance battle

The video captures an intense dance battle between eighth grade students and their teacher.

Students go crazy when they see their teacher in a dance battle 1:19

Source: cnnespanol

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