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culture

Cancer patient regains speech after larynx transplant in US

Cancer patient regains speech after larynx transplant in US

A Massachusetts man has regained his voice after a team of surgeons removed his larynx due to cancer and, in a groundbreaking procedure, replaced it with a donated voice. Laryngeal …
This woman had pain in her leg: it turned out to be cancer that required a brutal therapy known as 'Diablo Rojo'

This woman had pain in her leg: it turned out to be cancer that required a brutal therapy known as ‘Diablo Rojo’

As a certified nutritionist and avid runner, Beth Kitchin has maintained a healthy lifestyle her entire life. She ate well, loved running, hiking and lifting weights, ran a couple of …
Why you put your health at risk when you don't poop often enough, according to a new study

Why you put your health at risk when you don’t poop often enough, according to a new study

NBC News Everyone poops, but how often people do it could reveal a lot about their long-term health, according to research published Tuesday in the journal Cell Reports Medicine. The …
A meteorologist with cancer responds to criticism for appearing on TV with a wig

A meteorologist with cancer responds to criticism for appearing on TV with a wig

Meteorologist Laura Mock has received criticism about her appearance before, but one that was recently emailed to her entire staff hit her particularly hard. Mock, 33, who works for Fox …

Politics

Joe Biden

US election: Joe Biden about to withdraw? White House denies reports

Biden’s botched TV debate is having a wider impact. Reports from the New York Times and CNN about the US President’s alleged thoughts of resigning were promptly followed by a …
Wes Moore (links), Kathy Hochul und Tim Walz

US Democratic governors pledge support for Biden

The Democratic Party governors in the USA have pledged their support to Joe Biden after his weak performance in the televised debate against his opponent Donald Trump. “We said we …
US-Präsident Joe Biden ehrte am Mittwoch zwei im 19. Jahrhundert getötete US-Soldaten mit dem höchsten militärischen Orden des Landes

Joe Biden: A president fighting for his political survival

On Friday, Joe Biden wants to give a major TV interview in which he cannot afford to make any mistakes – and next week the NATO summit is taking place …
Joe Biden läuft auf dem Flur

Joe Biden: Governors back him after lousy TV debate

“I will run,” US President Joe Biden is said to have said resolutely to his campaign team, according to insiders. He is supported by high-ranking Democrats – so far. Amid …

economy

EU vs. CJNG: The companies and accountants that sold fake timeshares in Puerto Vallarta

EU vs. CJNG: The companies and accountants that sold fake timeshares in Puerto Vallarta

The United States imposed sanctions on four companies and three Mexican accountants, allegedly linked to a fraud scheme with timeshares in Vallarta Portwho would be related, directly or indirectly, to …
Sheinbaum discusses migration, trade and security with US legislators

Sheinbaum discusses migration, trade and security with US legislators

Claudia Sheinbaumvirtual president-electreceived congressmen of the United States in his transition house, with whom he discussed migration, security and trade. “I was pleased to welcome U.S. legislators, accompanied by Ambassador …
'Don't touch it': Donald Trump's security tightened over alleged Iran plot

‘Don’t touch it’: Donald Trump’s security tightened over alleged Iran plot

The Secret Service from United States Increased security for Republican presidential candidate after intelligence gathered alleged information about a plot that Iran planned to kill Donald Trump and agents knew …
Attack vs. Trump: How many meters from where did his attacker shoot him? These were the minutes before the attack

Who tried to kill Donald Trump? Thomas Crooks, 20, identified as the shooter

Thomas Mathiew Crooksa man in his early 20s, has been identified by the FBI as the person who shot the former president Donald Trump during a campaign event this Saturday, …

Environment

The United States Environmental Protection Agency awards $20 billion in grants to "green" projects across the country

The United States Environmental Protection Agency awards $20 billion in grants to “green” projects across the country

Washington.- The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has awarded this Thursday $20 billion in subsidies to promote the development of “green” energy projects throughout the country. The money will …
New, stricter emissions standards in the US.  Cars produced between 2026 and 2031 must reduce their emissions

New, stricter emissions standards in the US. Cars produced between 2026 and 2031 must reduce their emissions

Washington.- The United States has revealed new, stricter emissions standards, which vehicles sold in the country will have to meet between the end of 2026 and mid-2031 and which will …
Methane gas emissions in part of the US triple the official estimate, according to a study

Methane gas emissions in part of the US triple the official estimate, according to a study

New York.- A study published in the journal Nature suggests that methane gas emissions in part of the United States triple the official estimate and calculates that this represents an …
Spring is coming early, Phill the groundhog announces

Spring is coming early, Phill the groundhog announces

Washington.- Phil the groundhog emerged this Friday from the den where he hibernated in Punxsutawney (Pennsylvania), did not see his shadow and predicted that Americans will have an early spring, …

tourism

Cuban regime announces measures to dollarize "some sectors" of the economy

Cuban regime announces measures to dollarize “some sectors” of the economy

HAVANA — Cuba will take measures such as selling tourist services in foreign currencies or charging tariffs to private importers in those currencies, although this will imply a partial dollarization …
San Antonio, historic city, fun and pride

San Antonio, historic city, fun and pride

MIAMI.- Traveling around the US, we see that there is no shortage of things to enjoy in Saint AnthonyTexas. This historic city boasts a unique cuisine that pleases palates and …
Spain expects record number of visitors amid protests: 'Tourists, go home'

Spain expects record number of visitors amid protests: ‘Tourists, go home’

Barcelona, ​​Spain expects to receive around 41 million visitors this summer, a new record, according to estimates by the Ministry of Tourism, amid a wave of protests against the “excessive …
Punta Cana, a summer destination that is committed to ecotourism

Punta Cana, a summer destination that is committed to ecotourism

This is the Westin Puntacana Resort & Club, with a cozy atmosphere that invites you to relax and far from the hustle and bustle that is usually found in hotels …