Pedro Sánchez moulds his new cabinet in Spain. Shakira's agreement not to go to jail. Internal crisis at OpenAI after the firing of Sam Altman. The world briefly exceeds the 2 degrees Celsius warming limit for the first time. Here's what you need to know to start your day. First, the truth.

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1. Milei's First Announcements

Javier Milei, the president-elect of Argentina, spoke to the media after his victory in Sunday's elections. After his resounding victory, the libertarian spoke on Radio Continental and Radio Mitre about privatizations, his next cabinet and the confirmation of his eventual justice minister.

  • Analysis: How to be president from an anti-political standpoint?
  • Javier Milei claims to be a "libertarian liberal", what does that mean?
  • Milei's victory, with dollarization in his sights, puts the future of the Argentine peso in doubt
  • Left or right? This is the current political map of Latin America

2. Pedro Sánchez moulds his new cabinet in Spain

The President of the Government of Spain, Pedro Sánchez, announced on Monday the composition of the new Government that will accompany him in this XV legislature. In this cabinet, the 22 ministries will be maintained and five will be led by members of Sumar, with whom Sánchez has agreed a coalition government.

Protests against Pedro Sánchez hours before he takes the oath of office 1:59

3. Internal crisis at OpenAI

Hundreds of OpenAI employees are demanding the resignation of the board of directors of the company that created ChatGPT and threatening to resign themselves, after a tumultuous weekend that began with the surprise ouster of CEO Sam Altman and ended with Microsoft's hiring of Altman.

  • Who is Emmett Shear, the new CEO of OpenAI after the firing of Sam Altman?
  • Microsoft to Hire OpenAI Founder and Former CEO

OpenAI employees threaten to quit after Sam Altman's firing 0:32

4. Musk Asked to Be Suspended as Tesla CEO

A Tesla investor and prominent management expert has claimed that the electric vehicle company's board of directors should suspend Elon Musk for endorsing anti-Semitic views on social media. Jerry Braakman, president of First American Trust, is looking to Tesla's board of directors to send a message and make clear that Musk overstepped his bounds last week by agreeing with an anti-Semitic post on X, formerly Twitter.


Anti-Semitic incidents rise in U.S. 4:18

5. Shakira's agreement not to go to prison

Colombian singer Shakira reached a last-minute agreement with the Justice to avoid the oral trial in the Provincial Court of Barcelona, where she was to begin to be tried for the alleged commission of six crimes of tax fraud between 2012 and 2014. The settlement involves the payment of fines, one of them of about $437 per day of sentencing, which gives just over $470,000. In this way, the singer will avoid her time in prison.

  • Why won't Shakira go to jail?

This was Shakira's hearing in which she agreed to pay almost US$ 8 million 1:30


At coffee time

Snoop Dogg Explains Why He Quit Smoking And It's Not What You Thought About Smoking

You fooled us this time, Snoop Dogg. The rapper, actor, and renowned marijuana lover made people believe he would quit smoking. But it turns out that what he meant was that he was going to stop fuming in another way.

Snoop Dogg Says He's Quitting Marijuana 0:43

This is what the weather will be like for Thanksgiving in the U.S.: storms, snow and rain

Severe thunderstorms will affect Thanksgiving travel this week, with rain and snow included across much of the country.

How much will Thanksgiving dinner cost this 2023? 1:18

The auction of 6 shirts that Messi wore at the 2022 World Cup could break a millionaire record

Soccer superstar Lionel Messi has set multiple records in his career, and now he's about to break one more. Sotheby's will auction next week a set of six shirts that Messi wore during the 2022 World Cup, in which his country, Argentina, was crowned champion.

What is the best-selling jersey in MLS? 1:01

Drones Capture Clouds of Toxic Foam in India

Footage shows thousands of devotees celebrating the Hindu festival of Chhath Puja at the Yamuna River in India's capital despite toxic waste in the water.

Drones capture clouds of toxic foam in India 0:43

Biden's birthday opens a debate about the age and wisdom of the oldest U.S. president.

U.S. President Joe Biden celebrated his 81st birthday with a low-key family celebration as he prepares for the grueling election year ahead.

Biden pardons two turkeys on their 81st birthday 0:57


The Figure of the Day


Earth's temperature briefly rose above a crucial threshold that scientists have been warning for decades could have catastrophic and irreversible impacts on the planet and its ecosystems. It was 2.06°C, when the critical threshold is 2°C.

How does the climate crisis influence hurricanes? 4:44


Quote of the day

"We are perfectly imperfect. That's what makes life beautiful, too."

Sheynnis Palacios, winner of Miss Universe 2023, spoke in an interview about her complexes and insecurities before arriving at the beauty pageant. Here's what he said.

Sheynnis Palacios, winner of Miss Universe 2023 2:36


And finally...

Wearing costumes and toy chainsaws, Milei's fans celebrated his triumph in the streets

Wearing lion costumes and toy chainsaws, La Libertad Avanza fans celebrated Milei's triumph until the wee hours of the morning. The libertarian candidate will be sworn in as Argentina's president on Dec. 10.

Milei: Libertarians Celebrated in the Streets 1:10