The writers' strike may end, but not Hollywood's problems. This winter may be drastically different in the U.S. Bruce Willis' wife reveals the "difficult" reality about the actor's dementia. Here's what you need to know to start your day.First the truth.
1. Why are you deporting immigrants from the U.S.-Mexico border?
"Depressurize" the border. That is the key to the new agreement reached by the governments of the United States and Mexico in a new attempt to find solutions to the crisis of migrants seeking to reach the border between the two countries that have the governments of both countries under pressure and that has created an unprecedented humanitarian crisis in the region.
2. Cuba says there was a "terrorist attack" at its embassy in Washington
Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez Padilla reported Sunday on his X account, formerly Twitter, that his country's embassy in Washington was attacked with two Molotov cocktails.
3. This winter may be drastically different in the U.S.
Autumn has just begun, but it's not too early to look at winter, especially since it can be drastically different from recent years due to El Niño. This winter will be the first in several years to feel the effects of the phenomenon, which has a considerable impact on the climate during the coldest months of the year.
Extreme heat hits much of South America
High temperatures run through parts of South America in winter 2:27
4. What is the investiture session in Spain?
In Spain, the Presidency of the Government is renewed every time general elections take place. Although the Spanish Constitution contemplates that this happens every four years, the president of the Government in office has the prerogative of being able to dissolve the Cortes Generales before and call new elections, as Pedro Sánchez did on May 29.
Pedro Sánchez calls elections after the defeat of his party 4:52
5. Hollywood's problems don't end
The agreement between the studios and the writers will not solve the underlying problems facing the entertainment sector that led the unions to take this step, including the radical change brought about by streaming, one of the reasons why some referred to this strike as "the Netflix strike".
5 Things: Studios Reach Tentative Agreement with Writers 2:40
At coffee time
What if you exercise but don't eat well?
The idea of eating as much as you want without consequences may seem like a dream, especially if you convince yourself that you're going to burn it off in your next cardio session. But the reality is that it doesn't matter if you train longer or at higher intensity, experts say. Exercise cannot completely reverse the effects of a bad diet.
Simone Biles says it 'broke her heart' to see images of black girl ignored at gymnastics ceremony
Four-time Olympic gold medallist Simone Biles said it "broke her heart" to see a young black woman ignored for a medal at a gymnastics ceremony in Ireland, images of which went viral.
"NCIS" star David McCallum dies at 90
Born in Scotland, McCallum got his big break in America (after several roles on British television) in the 1960s spy series "The Man From U.N.C.L.E.", co-starring as agent Illya Kuryakin alongside Robert Vaughn's mild-mannered spy, Napoleon Solo.
Queen's Brian May helped NASA return its first asteroid sample
Brian May has once again shown why he is rock royalty. Not only is he Queen's guitarist, but he's also an astrophysicist who recently helped NASA bring its first asteroid sample from space to Earth.
Queen guitarist receives title from King Charles III 1:10
Now you can talk to ChatGPT and it will answer you
Yes, you read that right: you can now speak aloud with ChatGPT and hear responses from the AI-powered chatbot.
OpenAI is releasing a version of its popular ChatGPT tool for businesses 0:51
The figure of the day
About 300 migrants woke up Monday in the streets surrounding three shelters in downtown El Paso, according to John Martin, deputy director of the Homeless Opportunity Center. Martin says about 86% of the migrants his center has served this month are Venezuelan.
Texas: El Paso expects more migrants to arrive 4:30
The appointment of the day
"It's hard for the person diagnosed. It's also hard for the family."
Emma Heming Willis shares an update on the condition of her husband, Bruce Willis.
Bruce Willis' wife shares video of the actor with her family on Disney 0:57
The "platform cloud" that covered a city in Brazil
Huge clouds cover a city in Brazil 0:40
A video posted on social media shows the moment dark clouds cover a city in southern Brazil. The phenomenon is known as "platform cloud."