5 things to know for Oct. 24: United Kingdom, RSV, Hurricane Roslyn, Trump, Diwali

CNN – NASA has a team in place that will begin a study today on unidentified aerial phenomena, commonly known as UFOs. The group of 16 people – consisting of astronomers, astrophysicists, biologists, former pentagon officials, and a former astronaut – will gather data on unidentifiable events in the sky and release its findings to … Read more

5 things to know for Oct. 4: Hurricane Ian, North Korea, Capitol riot, FAA, Covid-19

CNN – Halloween is still more than a month away, but some major retailers are already preparing for Christmas. Walmart and Target have said they’re getting an earlier start on the holiday shopping season this year in stores and online as households nationwide continue to grapple with persistently high inflation that’s forcing them to cut … Read more

5 things to know for Oct. 3: Hurricanes, SCOTUS, Brazil, United Airlines, food recall

CNN – In 2022, it’s not uncommon to be surrounded by gadgets that can turn on your lights, remind you of an appointment or track your sleep. But how far is too far? Some technology experts say Amazon’s new list of updates shows how prevalent surveillance products are in every corner of our homes with … Read more

5 things to know on October 2, 2022: Start your week smart: Soccer stadium tragedy, Hurricane Ian, Brazil, Ukraine, Trump

More people are buying electric vehicles than ever before, with monthly sales nearly triple what they were four years ago. But finding a place to charge your EV when you’re away from home can be a problem depending on where you live. So, before you head out on any long road trips, take a look … Read more

NFL: London is the stage for the milestone 100th international game

CNN – The NFL returns to London on Sunday as the Minnesota Vikings (2-1) and New Orleans Saints (1-2) contest the first of five international slate of games scheduled this season. With Justin Jefferson and the Vikings taking on Alvin Kamara and the Saints at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, Sunday’s game will mark the 100th game … Read more

Ian to make second landfall as Category 1 hurricane

(On this page, you will find the latest on where Ian is, what we can expect in our area, the latest track, radar, “spaghetti” models, hurricane alerts, storm surge alerts, tropical storm advisories and the latest video from the storm’s destruction.) Ian is expected to be a Category 1 hurricane when it makes a second … Read more

5 things to know for Sept. 28: Hurricane Ian, Jan. 6, Nord Stream, Immigration, NASA

CNN – The world’s first all-electric passenger aircraft has successfully taken to the sky with battery technology similar to that of an electric car or a cell phone. The zero-emission plane – named Alice – traveled at an altitude of 3,500 feet for eight minutes during its inaugural flight on Tuesday. Now, the company behind … Read more

5 things to know for Sept. 27: Hurricane Ian, Japan, Trump, Student loans, Ukraine

CNN – The CIA has a museum with exhibits featuring spy gadgets, declassified artifacts and items like the covers for the binder and tablet used for President Joe Biden’s daily briefing. Interested in visiting? Well, unfortunately, the museum isn’t open to the public – but the agency has shared some very interesting pictures from inside. … Read more

Fiona hits Atlantic Canada: Hundreds of thousands without power after storm rumbles north

CNN – The storm named Fiona slammed into Canada’s eastern seaboard with hurricane-force winds and torrential rainfall Saturday, pulling buildings into the ocean, collapsing homes, toppling trees and knocking out power for hundreds of thousands of people. Fiona first wreaked havoc in the Caribbean as a hurricane before moving up the Atlantic and making landfall … Read more

Fiona batters Atlantic Canada: Officials assess full extent of damage

CNN – The storm named Fiona slammed into Canada’s eastern seaboard with hurricane-force winds and torrential rainfall Saturday, pulling buildings into the ocean, collapsing homes, toppling trees and knocking out power for hundreds of thousands of people. Fiona first wreaked havoc in the Caribbean as a hurricane before moving up the Atlantic and making landfall … Read more