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Elon Musk consigue 1.600 millones de financiación para su empresa aeroespacial

SpaceX, empresa aeroespacial fundada por el multimillonario Elon Musk, ha cerrado una ronda de inversión en la que ha conseguido fondos por más de 1.900 millones de dólares (unos 1.600 millones de euros), según el documento remitido a la Comisión del Mercado de Valores de Estados Unidos (SEC, por sus siglas en inglés). Leer
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Ex-Defense Secretary Mattis urges Joe Biden to end Trump’s ‘America first’ policy
Former Defense Secretary Jim Mattis is urging Joe Biden to dump President Trump's "America First" foreign policy for a more "cooperative" approach with the country's allies around the globe.
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Biden transition process begins, as federal agency unlocks resources after weeks of delay
After weeks of delay, Emily Murphy, the administrator of the General Services Administration, formally authorized the initial steps of handing over control of the federal government. Paula Reid reports.
Democrats in Congress say ‘about time’ GSA certifies Biden win, GOP split on Trump legal challenges
Democrats in Congress on Monday night said they are happy General Services Administration (GSA) Administrator Emily Murphy declared Joe Biden the apparent president-elect, opening the door to an orderly transition of power, but stopped short of giving her or the Trump administration credit for the move they say should have already happened.
Model now making $35K a month on OnlyFans after racy Fort Bragg Twitter incident
The OnlyFans model known as Quinn Finite is now making thousands of dollars a month after the Fort Bragg Twitter account sent her racy tweets.
The making of a climate refugee
When it rained, people used to see it as a good omen. Now in Nicaragua, Honduras and Guatemala, they see the drops falling from the sky with terror.
Trump’s dam finally breaks. But we cannot go through this again.
We need to take discretion out of the hands of partisans.
Joe Biden's Team Unlikely to Take Hard Line on North Korea, South's Media Says
Biden will nominate Anthony Blinken to be secretary of state and Jake Sullivan as national security adviser.
Bizarre 'super planet' discovered for first time with radio observations
Researchers have discovered a bizarre "super-planet" for the first time using radio observations, according to a new study.
Is it worth leaving your house for Black Friday sales?
A surge in coronavirus cases poses a dilemma for your holiday shopping, but experts have some advice.
Covid-19 and climate change make hurricanes more devastating for Latin America
When it rained, people used to see it as a good omen. Now in Nicaragua, Honduras and Guatemala, they see the drops falling from the sky with terror.
Elon Musk passes Bill Gates to become world’s second-richest person
Tesla boss Elon Musk surpassed Bill Gates to become the world’s second-richest person as the electric-car maker continued its staggering stock-market surge. A 6.5 percent jump in Tesla’s share price added about $7.2 billion to Musk’s fortune on Monday, putting his total net worth at $127.9 billion — slightly eclipsing Microsoft co-founder Gates’ $127.7 billion,...
‘Tony Meatballs’ among 15 mobsters busted in Philadelphia
A reputed wiseguy nicknamed “Tony Meatballs” is among more than a dirty dozen alleged South Philly mobsters charged in a sweeping federal indictment unsealed Monday.
The Health 202: Coronavirus survival rates in the United States haven't improved since the summer
There have been marginal improvements in care since the pandemic started, but not enough to avoid a fatal surge this winter.
Football fans are hoping for a normal Thanksgiving. Positive Covid-19 tests on the Ravens roster now threaten that
With the annual Thanksgiving Day takeover by the NFL only days away, fans are hoping for a sense of normalcy for the holidays with three games scheduled to take place Thursday.
Mild Thanksgiving week temperatures for much of the US
We don’t have any major storms on the horizon this Thanksgiving week.
Portraits of Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Favorite Collars and the Stories Behind Them
Ruth Bader Ginsburg was an American icon. The late Justice, who died on September 18, 2020 at the age of 87, was only the second woman to sit on the U.S. Supreme Court, and a trailblazing feminist who enshrined equal protections for women into the law. Over her 27 years on the nation’s highest court,…
"Jeopardy!" will resume production with a new interim host
The game show said it will have a "series" of interim hosts before announcing a permanent replacement for Alex Trebek.
For Trump, defections and gaffes hamper 2020 election court challenges
Over the three weeks since the election, President Trump's legal bid to challenge the results has unfolded in unpredictable ways with a revolving cast of characters.
Alleged cartel boss arrested over slaughter of Mormon family in Mexico
The alleged boss of a Mexican drug cartel has been busted in connection to the slaughter of three Mormon mothers and their six children last year, according to reports. Roberto González Montes, the alleged leader of La Línea who is known as “El32” or “El Mudo,” meaning the mute, was arrested as part of a...
NFL power rankings: Who rates as best and worst teams in lowly NFC East?
It's the NFL's worst division, but Cowboys, Eagles, Giants and Washington couldn't be much more tightly packed heading down the stretch.
NFL power rankings after Week 11
Here is how the 32 NFL teams stand following Week 11 of the 2020 season. The Rams and Colts made big moves after huge wins.
NFL power rankings 12.0: Rams and Colts push for elite status
SportsPulse: The Rams and Colts made the biggest statement wins of Week 11. How far did they rise? Mackenzie Salmon breaks down the risers and fallers in this weeks power rankings.
The Cybersecurity 202: Biden’s DHS pick adds cybersecurity chops to the incoming administration
Alejandro Mayorkas championed cybersecurity initiatives during the Obama years.
'DWTS' winner Kaitlyn Bristowe gives update on dancing injuries, jokes about 'baby fever'
"Bachelorette" star Kaitlyn Bristowe celebrated her "Dancing With the Stars" championship Monday and talked about boyfriend Jason Tartick.
In a first, San Francisco DA charges on-duty cop with homicide
District Attorney Chesa Boudin Boudin called the decision to file charges "historic."
Boy, 11, arrested after multiple fires set at neighborhood home with people inside
An 11-year-old boy has been arrested after allegedly intentionally setting multiple fires at a home in his own neighborhood while people were inside.
ShowBiz Minute: Cuomo, Jennings, 'Jaws'
Andrew Cuomo receives International Emmy for televised coronavirus briefings; "Jeopardy!" champion Ken Jennings will be interim show host; Bruce the shark from 'Jaws' moved into the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures in Los Angeles. (Nov. 24)
Opinion | How Joe Biden Can Rein in Donald Trump’s Reckless Middle East Policy
After backing devastating interventions by Arab states, Washington must focus on advancing the welfare of the region’s citizens—not accommodating the ambitions of its ruling elites.
Thanksgiving week weather forecast -- where storms will keep you indoors
Thanksgiving this year will definitely "feel" different, and that's not all due to Mother Nature. With many family gatherings being moved outside due to health concerns prompted by the Covid-19 pandemic, this year's weather forecast will be watched even more closely than usual.
New report details Trump effort to seize private land for border wall
The Justice Department has filed more than 100 lawsuits against landowners to seize their property along the U.S.-Mexico border.
Will the weather coopoerate with your outdoor Thanksgiving plans?
A storm sweeping across the country this holiday week will bring rain, severe storms and even snow to the eastern half of the country. CNN Meteorologist Jennifer Gray has when you can expect the weather to keep you indoors.
David Dinkins, the First Black Mayor of New York City, Dies at 93
Dinkins’ tenure was fraught as the city faced high crime and racial tensions.
The Finance 202: Yellen will face host of political problems as Biden's treasury secretary
The position means getting into the trenches with a divided Congress.
Critics say France's security bill will make it a democratic outlier
French lawmakers will vote on a controversial bill that human rights advocates say will make it harder to hold police to account. An article approved last week forbids the publication of images "that allow the identification of a law enforcement officer, with the intent to cause them harm." CNN's Melissa Bell reports.
Live updates: Biden to introduce foreign policy team as Trump allows transition to formally proceed
The president insisted he would "never concede" in a tweet just hours after the General Services Administration paved the way for the president-elect to tap public funds, receive security briefings and gain access to federal agencies.
On This Day: 24 November 2008
In 2008, missing Manic Street Preachers guitarist Richey Edwards was legally presumed dead. (Nov. 24)
Medicaid can be cut from Planned Parenthood in Texas, Louisiana, 5th Circuit rules
A federal appeals court ruled Monday that Texas and Louisiana can cut off Medicaid funding to Planned Parenthood clinics, reversing an earlier appellate ruling that blocked Texas from enforcing its ban.
An expert's advice on talking to the climate skeptic in your life
John Sutter and Karin Kirk respond to CNN readers' questions about how to engage climate skeptics in conversation in persuasive ways that foster common ground. The bottom line? This has never mattered more.
Will Cam Newton's race become an issue in Boston if the Patriots don't win?
If Cam Newton's tenure in New England falters, will Patriots fans see Newton as solely a failed quarterback, or a failed Black quarterback?
GSA tells Biden team it can begin formal transition process
But Trump is vowing to continue his fight to overturn the election's results.
I bashed my manager in an email to a co-worker… and my boss found out: Ask HR
An employee sent a not-so-flattering email to a co-worker about his manager. Unfortunately, the co-worker sent it to his boss. What now? Ask HR
Jaime Harrison Just Burned $110 Million—Now He’s Raising More
GettyJaime Harrison spent over $100 million to fall short to Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) by 10 percentage points. It was the most expensive defeat in history for a U.S. Senate candidate.But three weeks later, Harrison has a simple explanation for what went wrong. “There were some Donald Trump coattails,” he told The Daily Beast, “that were pretty long.”Indeed, the president supercharged GOP turnout in South Carolina, as he did elsewhere, and Graham ended up doubling his vote total from his last reelection, an easy win in 2014. The South Carolina senator ran less than a point behind his close ally at the top of the ticket, notching over 1.3 million votes.Read more at The Daily Beast.
New York Penn Station was plagued with problems before COVID-19. Is the pandemic the time to fix them?
Unpacking why Penn Station, a critical artery of the Northeast Corridor, has spiraled into crisis and whether the pandemic sparked a way to save it.
Formerly homeless, this man is giving away 2,500 Thanksgiving meals this year
“Unless you’ve been hungry, you can’t imagine how I felt,” said Rob Adams, who started Thanksgiving's Heroes. “I told myself, ‘Someday, if I have money, I’m going to do this for somebody else.’ ”
Stephen Moore: Biden wants US to rejoin Paris Climate Accord. Why? It puts America last
The Paris climate accord is an unmitigated failure.
Biden’s win shows that suburbs are the new swing constituency
The urban-rural divide is reshaping American politics.
How To Use Weed in Your Thanksgiving Meal This Year
Feeling blue this holiday? Here's how to make Thanksgiving a little more green.
After the Election, What's Next for Antifa? | Opinion
To see what Antifa has done and what it's likely to do under a Biden administration, just look to Portland.