Así se ve la aurora boreal desde el espacio

El cosmonauta ruso Iván Vágner, que se encuentra ahora en la Estación Espacial Internacional, ha logrado captar el pico de la aurora boreal al pasar sobre la Antártida y Australia.
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MTA ‘scam artist’ collected $114K in disability while working in other states
A former MTA subway conductor pocketed $114,000 in disability payments — despite holding multiple law enforcement jobs in Florida and Pennsylvania, prosecutors alleged Tuesday. Giovanni Seminerio, 48, claimed to have been be injured on the job on Dec. 8, 2015 — the same day he was told he’d be fired for “disciplinary charges related to...
White House, Trump Campaign Lash out at Ex-Homeland Security Aide Unveiled as 'Anonymous'
Former Homeland Security Chief of Staff Miles Taylor has revealed he is the previously unidentified author of a New York Times op-ed and book critical of the Trump administration.
AOC blasts Trump on taxes: ‘These motherf–kers are only paying $750 a year’
Ocasio-Cortez dropped the foul language while speaking with reporter Michelle Ruiz soon after the New York Times published a series of stories about Trump's recent tax returns.
What Has Khloe Kardashian Said About Her COVID-19 Diagnosis?
In a clip of Thursday night's episode of "Keeping Up With the Kardashians," Khloe Kardashian describes what she experienced when she contracted coronavirus earlier this year.
Ravens intend to show Pittsburgh they play defense better
In the midst of an NFL season that is on course to set records for the most points and touchdowns, the Baltimore Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers are winning on the strength of their defenses.
Fox News Analyst Says Trump Needs African-American Turnout to Be Low in Pennsylvania to Win
Karl Rove said Trump has to hope that turnout "in Philadelphia remains at the 2016 level, particularly in the African-American community."
The Breonna Taylor Fight Is Reshaping Kentucky Politics
Grassroots protesters are demanding that their elected officials support the Movement for Black Lives.
Christian woman no longer banned from park for sharing her faith
An elderly blind woman in Rhode Island is no longer banned from a public park in Westerly for sharing her Christian faith, according to her lawyer.
John Legend urges voters to drop off ballots if not mailed in yet
"Do not put your ballots in the mail any more," the singer tweeted.
Biden slams White House statement taking credit for ‘ending’ coronavirus pandemic
Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden’s taking aim at a White House release that includes "ending the COVID-19 pandemic" as part of a new list of President Trump's accomplishments.
'The Masked Singer' Sneak Peek Shows Mushroom Sweep Judges Off Their Feet
Group C contestants Mushroom, Broccoli, Whatchamacallit, Jellyfish, Squiggly Monster and Lips will finally perform on the fourth season of "The Masked Singer" on Wednesday.
Column: Why I'm not laughing at the new 'Borat' movie
How do you make sociopolitical satire when the president is commending kidnappers and the Kardashians are calling their escape to a private island "normal"? You can't.
Trump rally near early voting site in Tampa could cause delays at polls, officials warn
Voters may have increased wait times and traffic delays when headed to the polls Thursday, as President Trump is scheduled to hold a campaign rally within the vicinity of an early voting site in Hillsborough County, Fla.
The Instagram aesthetic that made QAnon mainstream
Conspiracy theory researchers explain how QAnon spread through Instagram. At first glance, the memes under the hashtag #SaveTheChildren don’t look that different from anything else you’d expect to see on Instagram. With a similar visual language to the social justice infographic slideshows that dominated the social media platform this summer, the posts feature soft pastel colors and trendy fonts, telling viewers to “wake up” about child trafficking. What people seeing these images — and some of the people posting them — might not know, however, is that the #SaveTheChildren hashtag is being used by the QAnon movement to spread its ideology to a much wider audience. After three years of leaving QAnon largely unchecked, Facebook said in August it had removed hundreds of QAnon Facebook Groups and Pages for “discussions of potential violence.” But as that was happening, membership on Facebook Groups and Pages branded as anti-child trafficking grew a stunning 3,000 percent — and inside those groups, users predominantly shared QAnon content. 2/ Using @crowdtangle aggregate membership on September 16 was ~330K and a week later it is at 505k this represents growth of 3,028.66% since July 2020. The spike in the community started the week of July 26th— Marc-André Argentino (@_MAArgentino) September 23, 2020 Watch the video above to see how high-profile accounts — including celebrities, mommy bloggers, and wellness influencers — helped spread #SaveTheChildren, and what it meant for the spread of QAnon this summer. You can find this video and all of Vox’s videos on YouTube. Subscribe for the latest. Help keep Vox free for all Millions turn to Vox each month to understand what’s happening in the news, from the coronavirus crisis to a racial reckoning to what is, quite possibly, the most consequential presidential election of our lifetimes. Our mission has never been more vital than it is in this moment: to empower you through understanding. But our distinctive brand of explanatory journalism takes resources. Even when the economy and the news advertising market recovers, your support will be a critical part of sustaining our resource-intensive work. If you have already contributed, thank you. If you haven’t, please consider helping everyone make sense of an increasingly chaotic world: Contribute today from as little as $3.
Ben Shapiro calls Biden a 'gateway drug to radicalism', not a return to normalcy
Joe Biden has based his presidential campaign on a promise to restore "normalcy" if he unseats President Trump, but the former vice president will act as nothing more than "a gateway drug to radicalism," Ben Shapiro argued Wednesday.
Better without Beckham? Stats say maybe; Mayfield disagrees
The numbers don't lie. Baker Mayfield has been a better quarterback for the Browns when Odell Beckham isn't around.
How the Army is helping its newest soldiers vote in basic training
As of Tuesday, more than 66 million votes have been cast in the 2020 general election. And thanks to the work of voting assistance officers across U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command, new soldiers currently at basic combat training are having their absentee ballots counted too. According to TRADOC estimates, more than 15,000 trainees are...
France to Enter Nationwide Lockdown Due to Rising COVID-19 Infections, 5 Months After First Lockdown Restrictions Lifted
"The virus is circulating in France at a speed that even the most pessimistic forecasts had not anticipated," French President Emmanuel Macron said Wednesday.
Does Alex Jones Still Believe Sandy Hook Was a Hoax?
In a motion filed earlier this month, Jones' attorney said the conspiracy theorist doesn't believe Sandy Hook was a hoax.
Nurses comprise most COVID-19 hospitalizations among health care workers: CDC
Nurses comprised the highest percentage of coronavirus hospitalizations over other types of health care personnel, says a new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The agency assessed data from the COVID-19–Associated Hospitalization Surveillance Network (COVID-NET). Of over 6,000 adults who were hospitalized with coronavirus between March to late May, 5.9% were...
Official says White House declaration that the pandemic has 'ended' was poorly worded
Dodgers star under MLB probe for returning to field after positive COVID test
Los Angeles Dodger Justin Turner is being investigated by the MLB for returning to the field after a positive COVID-19 test.
British singer Harry Styles endorses Biden
Styles isn’t eligible to vote in the upcoming presidential election due to his British citizenship, but his post endorsing the former vice president quickly ran up more than a million likes and "vote with kindness" was a trending topic on social media.
UConn’s Big East return stirs up coaching drama: ‘Sucks for us’
Privately, a number of Big East coaches weren’t thrilled about the league adding UConn, a publicly-funded state school unlike the other 10 members. On Wednesday, Seton Hall coach Kevin Willard didn’t hide his feelings during the league’s virtual media day, half-jokingly saying he was against the move. “It sucks for us, to be honest with...
This is how tone-deaf the Trump campaign is on Covid-19
EU won’t see full COVID-19 vaccination until 2022, official reportedly warns
Despite several deals securing more than 1 billion doses of a potential coronavirus vaccine, government officials do not expect to be able to vaccinate the full European Union population until 2022, officials reportedly said at a meeting on Monday. “There will not be sufficient doses of COVID-19 vaccines for the entire population before the end...
Cristiano Ronaldo to miss Champions League game vs. Barcelona weeks after positive coronavirus test
Cristiano Ronaldo of Juventus was left out of the starting lineup for Wednesday's Champions League match against Lionel Messi and Barcelona.
Buck wild: Huge deer seen swimming in Newark Bay from Staten Island
This guy should just get an E-Z Pass. A huge “8-point buck” belonging to a Staten Island group paid millions to perform deer vasectomies was spotted swimming across state lines Tuesday — in Newark Bay. The splashing stag was caught on video paddling within sight of docked cargo ships in the waters off of Bayonne,...
Pregnant Emily Ratajkowski bares her baby bump in a bikini
Now that the model's secret is out, she's done hiding her tummy.
Terrorist arrested for 2008 abduction of former NYT journalist in Afghanistan
A Taliban terrorist accused of abducting an American journalist in Afghanistan and holding him hostage for more than seven months was busted by federal authorities this week — 12 years after the incident. Afghan national Haji Najibullah, 42, was arrested in Ukraine and flown back to the US on Tuesday. He is in custody awaiting...
See what Miles Taylor said when he was asked if he was 'anonymous' in August
Miles Taylor has identified himself as the Trump administration official who wrote an anonymous op-ed critical of President Donald Trump in the New York Times. However, Taylor denied that he was anonymous when Anderson Cooper asked him in August 2020.
Brad Pitt and girlfriend Nicole Poturalski break up
They are "totally over," a source told us.
Can Falcons find yet another unique way to lose a game?
There is losing, and there is LOSING.
Police investigating swastika and 'Trump' painted on Bay Area home as possible hate crime
'There is no place for hate in Lafayette,' the city's mayor, Mike Anderson, said in a statement about the vandalism.
Trump offers to send National Guard to Philly following ‘terrible’ police shooting
The Pennsylvania city has been rocked by looting and mass protests after cops shot and killed 27-year-old Walter Wallace Jr. whose family said was experiencing "mental health problems."
Rubio warns of foreign interference around Election Day
Sen. Marco Rubio, Senate Intelligence chairman, warned that foreign adversaries were working to undermine the U.S.election next week through disinformation campaigns.
Official: Record absentee balloting in Michigan
Michigan's secretary of state says more than 3 million absentee ballots have been requested in the state and more than 2 million have been returned. She's also expecting more misinformation aimed at casting doubt on the election results. (Oct. 28)
Police find body in car after morning shooting
MLB condemns Justin Turner, launches probe into COVID-19 defiance
Justin Turner’s decision to celebrate on the field after the Dodgers clinched the World Series despite having learned during the game he’d tested positive for COVID-19 could cost the third baseman. MLB announced Wednesday the commissioner’s office had begun a full investigation into Turner’s actions after he “chose to disregard the agreed-upon joint protocols and...
Sharon Osbourne says on 'The Talk' that her and Ozzy were victims of credit card fraud
Sharon Osbourne revealed on "The Talk" that her and Ozzy's credit cards were maxed out by someone who committed credit card fraud.
How Detroit Lions' trade for Everson Griffen went down: 'Motown we coming, baby!'
Coming from the Dallas Cowboys, Everson Griffen must pass COVID-19 tests on five consecutive days before joining Detroit Lions for team activities
Elizabeth Warren: 'Disney won't answer my questions' on layoffs and executive pay
Senator Elizabeth Warren slammed Disney earlier this month over layoffs and other decisions that she says prioritized shareholders over employees. Now Disney has responded — and Warren is not satisfied with the company's reply.
Scientists create world’s whitest paint – and it could combat global warming
US scientists have created the world’s whitest shade of white paint — and it could help combat global warming, the researchers claim. Engineers at Purdue University in Indiana developed an ultra-white paint they say reflects 95.5 percent of sunlight to keep surfaces up to 18 degrees Fahrenheit cooler than their surroundings. The team hopes the...
Private eye busted in Chinese government plot is an ex-NYPD sergeant
A former NYPD sergeant is the private eye busted in a Chinese government plot known as “Operation Fox Hunt,” according to his online resume. Michael McMahon, 53, is accused of participating in a multi-year scheme to “threaten, harass, surveil and intimidate” a former Chinese government official living in New Jersey into returning to China to...
Biden focuses on pandemic while Trump plans string of campaign rallies
Joe Biden is focusing in on the pandemic, while President Trump is campaigning in Arizona today. CBS News White House correspondent Paula Reid joined CBSN with an update on the final days on the campaign trail.
Virginia's governor signs legislation banning no-knock warrants
Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam on Wednesday signed police reform legislation that includes a ban on no-knock warrants, making the state the third in the country to outlaw no-knock, forcible-entry raids frequently used by law enforcement to serve narcotics search warrants.
Germany imposes month-long lockdown after COVID-19 spike
Germany will be plunged back into lockdown with restaurants, bars and theaters closed for a month to stop the rapid spread of COVID-19, officials announced Wednesday. Chancellor Angela Merkel and the country’s 16 state governors said the partial shutdown will go into force Monday, saying it’s needed after a recent surge in new infections. “We...
Miles Taylor Admits He Was 'Anonymous' White House Official Behind New York Times 'Resistance' Op-ed
Miles Taylor, chief of staff at the Department of Homeland Security under Kirstjen Nielsen, revealed Wednesday that he was the anonymous "senior" white house official who authored a critical op-ed of President Donald Trump.