The Taliban announce a new hardline government. The Supreme Court of Justice of Mexico determines that it is unconstitutional to criminalize abortion. One in four weekly COVID-19 cases in the US are in children. This is what you need to know to start the day. Truth first.
Strong earthquake shakes Mexico
A strong 7.0 magnitude earthquake shook Mexico overnight this Tuesday, according to reports from the United States Geological Survey. The seismic focus was located 12.6 kilometers deep and the epicenter was located 4.2 kilometers west-southwest of Los Órganos de San Agustín, near Acapulco, in the state of Guerrero. These are the latest news.
Taliban Announce New Hardline Government
The Taliban announced the formation of an interim government for Afghanistan. Key figures include former Guantanamo detainees, one of the men on the FBI’s “most wanted” list, and members of a group designated as a terrorist by the United States. There are no women or representatives of the ousted leadership, despite promises of an inclusive government.
The Supreme Court of Justice of Mexico determines that it is unconstitutional to criminalize abortion
In a historic ruling and by unanimous decision, the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation in Mexico determined that it is unconstitutional to penalize abortion because it considers that the rights of women and pregnant persons are violated. “Historic day for all women, especially for the most vulnerable. The unjust criminalization of women has ended. Never again a woman in prison for exercising her rights,” said the presiding magistrate of the court after the decision.
1 in 4 weekly covid-19 cases in the US are of children
Children now account for 26% of weekly COVID-19 cases reported across the United States, that is, more than 1 in 4 infections, according to new data published by the American Academy of Pediatrics. In just seven days, more than 250,000 new cases were detected, and professionals say it is “urgent” to gather more information on the effects of the pandemic.
The 2021 guide to the minimum wage in Latin America
The purpose of establishing a minimum wage is “to protect workers against unduly low wages,” explains the International Labor Organization. In addition, the minimum wage can be an element within social policies that aim to reduce poverty and inequality. And it cannot be lowered “neither by virtue of a collective agreement or an individual agreement,” according to the agency. Here, a guide that includes the minimum wages that are established by law for 2021 in Latin America.
At coffee time
Bitcoin falls the same day it becomes the official currency in El Salvador
Bitcoin briefly fell 10% on Tuesday, below $ 43,000, the same day it began to be used as legal currency in El Salvador.
How you can arrange your work so that you like it, in 3 steps
During the pandemic, many of us had to adjust to working from home, adjustments and accommodations, mass layoffs, career changes, and rehiring. Here are some tips to make your job like it.
Young Adults Who Use Cannabis Are Nearly Twice As Likely To Have A Heart Attack
Whether you smoke it, vape it, or in an edible form, cannabis may be significantly increasing your risk of heart attack, according to research published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal showing that adults under the age of 45 who used cannabis in the last 30 days they suffered almost twice as many heart attacks as adults who did not use the drug.
6-year-old girl dies at Colorado amusement park ride
A 6-year-old girl was fatally injured aboard an attraction at an amusement park in Glenwood Springs, Colorado. The girl had climbed the attraction known as the Haunted Mine Drop in the park, according to the coroner. The Haunted Mine Drop is billed as the world’s first downhill ride attraction to go underground.
How One “Mile Maniac” Earned 40 Million Frequent Flyer Miles
Whether it’s hiring a credit card they don’t need, buying a random product, or filling out endless surveys, most travelers have tried some kind of trick to earn more airline miles. However, it is certain that few have gone to the same lengths as Steve Belkin, who aimed to defeat the frequent flyer miles system and did so over three decades.
Quote of the day
“This presentation represents another legal victory for Britney Spears, a huge one, as well as a vindication”
Britney Spears’ attorney hailed the singer’s father’s decision to ask for the guardianship to be terminated.
The number of the day
Covid-19 cases have been on the rise across much of the United States, and the seven-day average of new cases on Labor Day was more than 300% higher than the same date a year earlier.
Selection of the day
Items you need for rainy days and that you can find at a good price on Amazon
Umbrella from Harry Potter and Rick and Morty, protectors for your shoes and raincoats that you will need to go out during this time.
And to finish
Monica Lewinsky talks about the series on the Clinton scandal
Monica Lewinsky shared that she is proud and nervous at the premiere of the series “Impeachment: American Crime Story,” which recounts her affair with former President Bill Clinton. Lewinsky served as a co-producer on the show.