The number of migrants arriving at the US-Mexico border is growing rapidly. Beyoncé makes history at the Grammys. Jeanine Áñez is sent to prison. In addition, today the Oscar nominees are known. This is what you need to know to start the day.
Migrant children at the US-Mexico border
There are more than 4,000 unaccompanied migrant children currently in Border Patrol custody. On Thursday it was around 3,700. The figure indicates another increase in the number of children detained in border facilities, places that are not suitable for minors, so they must be accommodated in other shelters. Such is the situation at the border, an early challenge for the Biden administration.
Is your stimulus check pending?
Several Americans have seen outstanding stimulus checks on their bank accounts and complain that banks are holding onto deposited money. If you are in that group, there is no reason to be alarmed. Find out the reasons here.
Áñez, 4 months in preventive detention
The former interim president of Bolivia Jeanine Áñez will spend 4 months in Obrajes de la Paz jail. The measure, ruled by Judge Regina Santa Cruz, comes after the formal accusation issued by the Prosecutor’s Office for the crimes of “terrorism, conspiracy and sedition” in the investigation of the case called “coup.”
Miami beaches crowded amid pandemic
Although experts suggest maintaining precautions against covid-19, large crowds are already beginning to be noticed on Florida beaches by spring break. Over the weekend about 100 people were arrested in Miami Beach, some for seizures of weapons and drugs.
Beyoncé makes history at the Grammys
The 63rd edition of the Grammys ended and it was a night in which women were the protagonists. Beyoncé made history and the pandemic forced to invent things at the ceremony (not everything was Zoom). Learn about the gala’s curiosities and the list of winners here, including Latinos.
Today, Monday, the Oscar nominees are known
The pandemic delayed the plans for the biggest movie night but this Monday – finally – the nominees will be informed, and it is expected that one of the protagonists of this year will be Netflix.
9 things that weren’t scary before the pandemic (and maybe now)
When life stabilizes in the new normal, how will we really feel about resuming the activities we used to do, like going out to dinner or shaking hands?
Cristiano Ronaldo scored a hat-trick this Sunday. But…
The three goals gave Juventus another victory in Serie A in Italy. However, is Cristiano responsible for his team’s decline in the Champions League? Check out this analysis.
Charlie Hebdo’s cartoon about Meghan Markle and Queen Elizabeth II
The magazine caused outrage with a cartoon showing Queen Elizabeth kneeling on the neck of Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, in a clear reference to George Floyd’s death.
This is the total number of Grammy Awards that Beyoncé, now the highest Grammy female artist in history, has won. This Sunday she beat Alison Krauss.
“I never really liked fame, money, on the contrary”
Gabriela Sabatini said it in an interview with Marcelo Longobardi, a dialogue in which the former tennis player spoke about her shyness, fame and her present time, among other facets of her life.
A speaker that travels anywhere
It has 15 hours of autonomy and can even be thrown into the pool because it floats.
He made racist comments and his mic was open
Announcer Matt Rowan was caught making racist comments during a live broadcast of a basketball game in Oklahoma. At the moment of the national anthem, the narrator insulted the members of one of the teams and later apologized. Rowan assured that when he has high sugar he says “things that are not appropriate.”
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