The US will reopen borders with Mexico and Canada to fully vaccinated travelers. The unanswered questions in the Gabby Petito case. All the details of ‘Star Trek’ actor William Shatner’s journey into space. This is what you need to know to start the day. Truth first.
The global supply chain nightmare is about to get worse
Computer chip shortage. Epic port congestion. And a serious shortage of truckers. The world’s delicate supply chains are under extreme stress that affects consumers’ wallets. And unfortunately, Moody’s Analytics warns that chain disruptions will “get worse before they get better.”
US to reopen borders with Mexico and Canada to fully vaccinated travelers
The United States plans to ease travel restrictions for fully vaccinated visitors from Mexico and Canada beginning in early November, relaxing bans that have been in place for more than 18 months. The new rules are similar to those announced for international air passengers and will be implemented in stages. This is what you should know.
Europe is on a collision course with the US over the Venezuelan elections
The European Union runs the risk of angering its most important ally, having agreed to send a team to observe the Venezuelan elections that will take place on November 21. The vote comes after three particularly chaotic years in the country, where questioned President Nicolás Maduro has managed to stay in power despite a collapsing economy and a contested electoral result in 2018, among other factors. Luke McGee Analysis.
The unanswered questions in the Gabby Petito case
A medical examiner revealed Tuesday that Gabby Petito died of strangulation, but declined to provide details about the autopsy or a possible suspect, saying he was limited in what information he could legally release. Meanwhile, authorities continue to search for her fiancé, Brian Laundrie. Here, a review of the questions in the case that have not yet been answered.
William Shatner traveled to space on the Blue Origin mission
“I am so full of emotion for what just happened. It is extraordinary, extraordinary. I hope I can maintain what I feel now. I do not want to lose it,” said William Shatner excited after returning from his trip to space on a Blue Origin flight with three other crew members. At 90, the ‘Star Trek’ actor is now the oldest person to have ever flown into space. Know all the details of the trip.
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South American qualifiers heading to Qatar 2022: the matches and schedules of a key date
Times are getting shorter: fewer and fewer games remain and each point is worth gold. For this reason, the South American qualifiers will have another key day on Thursday towards the Qatar 2022 World Cup, in which some teams can begin to seal their fate, both for better and for worse. Here, all the data of the date.
UK officials send each other disappearing WhatsApp messages. Should it be allowed?
Should UK Government Officials Be Allowed To Send “Disappearing Messages” To Each Other On WhatsApp? A Superior Court judge has ruled that two non-profit organizations can pursue their case to end this practice.
FIFA presents a possible co-organization of the 2030 World Cup
FIFA President Gianni Infantino has raised the possibility of Israel co-hosting the soccer world cup in 2030, which it could host together with other countries in the region, led by the United Arab Emirates.
This Halloween is going to be a party like never before
Last year, Halloween included homemade candy slides that made it possible to deliver candy to costumed children without getting too close, and prepackaged bags that were left on steps, sidewalks, and outside tables. This year, families are eager to get back to trick or treating.
John Paul I, the pope who only lasted 33 days, will be beatified
John Paul I, who was only pope for a few weeks in 1978, will be beatified after Pope Francis approved a decree recognizing a miracle attributed to the intercession of the late Italian pope. The miracle is believed to be the inexplicable healing of an 11-year-old girl in Buenos Aires.
The number of the day
Inflation in the United States reached this figure in the 12-month period ending in September and it is still much higher than anyone would like: consumers, the White House, the Federal Reserve …
Quote of the day
“Russia is not using any weapons … Even during the harshest moments of the Cold War, Russia regularly fulfilled its contractual obligations and supplied gas to Europe.”
President Vladimir Putin has rejected allegations that Russia is deliberately driving up natural gas prices in Europe by withholding exports.
Selection of the day
Today’s best deals on Amazon: Kindle, Nintendo, Funko, Apple and more
There are discounts on headphones, vacuum cleaners, air purifiers, toys and even video game consoles.
And to finish…
Drones on La Palma feed dogs trapped in a garden surrounded by lava
A drone flies over the Canary Island of La Palma to alleviate the damage caused day by day by the eruption of the Cumbre Vieja volcano. In this case, the device fulfills the function of bringing food and water to pets in desperate situations.