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Month: March 2023

Cierran la central nuclear de Minnesota para reparar una fuga de agua con compuesto radiactivo

Juan Pablo Elverdin (CNN) — Aproximadamente cuatro meses después de que una planta de energía nuclear en el centro de Minnesota experimentó una fuga de agua que contiene un compuesto radiactivo, el operador dijo que cerrará la instalación a partir de este viernes para llevar a cabo las reparaciones de una nueva fuga “inmediatamente”. El

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Profesora muere apuñalada en Brasil a manos de un alumno, según el Gobierno del estado de São Paulo

Sofía Benavides (CNN Español) — Una profesora de la Escuela Estadal Thomazia Montoro, en São Paulo, murió este lunes por el ataque de un adolescente de 13 años, según el Gobierno del estado de São Paulo. Otras cuatro víctimas heridas están estables y reciben atención en varios hospitales de la ciudad. Las autoridades agregaron que

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Jury selection in the federal trial of former Fugees rapper Pras Michel

Former Fugees member faces federal trial as potential jurors are questioned about star-studded witness list

By Holmes Lybrand and Hannah Rabinowitz, CNN Jury selection in the federal trial of former Fugees rapper Pras Michel began Monday, kicking off what is expected to be a weekslong trial that could feature testimony from high-ranking politicians, famous actors and business moguls. The Grammy-winning artist is accused of making 2012 campaign donations to groups

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A man looks at the flight information board at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport after an early morning FAA system outage caused delays across the country in January. Such incidents are making some people think twice before booking flights.

US air travel is ‘overwhelmed’ and that’s putting off some flyers, industry group says

By Gregory Wallace and Pete Muntean, CNN Travel is so busy this spring break season at Miami International Airport that officials are advising flyers to give themselves an extra hour — arriving three hours, rather than two — before a domestic flight. Miami International is the fastest-growing airport in the United States, setting monthly passenger

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A tractor blows snow from a street that is walled in by snow as it continues to deepen in the first days of spring on March 21

Winter storm set to cause more downed trees, power outages, and flooding for California

By Madison Richardson, Allison Chinchar, and Monica Garrett, CNN Meteorologists A powerful winter storm system will strengthen over the Pacific, bringing damaging winds, rain, and heavy mountain snow to an already soaked California beginning Monday night. “Preceding storms have saturated soils which will result in trees coming down and the potential for more power outages,”

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Scammers attempting to defraud farmworkers out of COVID-19 relief payments

Authorities and advocates across California are warning against scammers that are attempting to defraud farm workers out of their COVID-19 direct relief payments. Local organizations like TODEC and other farmworker organizations are providing $600 payments as a part of the federal government’s attempts to provide relief to those affected by the pandemic through the Farm

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