The 5 things you should know this May 27

The 5 things you should know this May 27
The 5 things you should know this May 27

Closing arguments in the criminal trial against Trump for paying hush money begin this Tuesday. Alejandra Rodríguez, 60, says that her participation in Miss Universe is the “first step of a change” in the concept of beauty in this type of pageant. Here’s what you need to know to start the day. First the truth.

1. Weekend storms in the US leave at least 18 people dead

Weekend storms in the United States, which spawned tornadoes in parts of the center of the country, left at least 18 people dead and dozens more injured. The figure is expected to continue rising. The Storm Prediction Center issued a new tornado watch for more than 3 million people living in places including Illinois, Indiana and Kentucky.

2. Closing arguments in the criminal trial against Trump for the payment of hush money begin this Tuesday

When prosecutors make their closing argument this Tuesday before New York jurors on why they should convict former US President Donald Trump of a series of corporate crimes, they will face the heavy task of weaving together weeks of testimony and evidence that They say they show Trump committed serious crimes to help his 2016 presidential campaign.

3. Hundreds participate in emergency response after Kharkiv attack, says Zelensky

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said hundreds of personnel from state emergency services, police and local authorities are involved in response efforts after the deadly attack on a hardware store in the city of Kharkiv on Saturday. which left at least 16 dead, including a girl.

4. At least 58 injured at the Morena mayoral candidate rally in the State of Mexico

At least 58 people were injured this Sunday after a tarp fell on the public attending the closing of the campaign of Alfredo González, current mayor and candidate for re-election of the municipality of Xonacatlán in the State of Mexico. González said in a statement that the tarp collapsed due to “strong gusts of wind.”

5. British parliamentarians warn about Russian investigations in Antarctica: what is allowed in the area?

Concerns raised by some British lawmakers in mid-May at a House of Commons hearing focused on Russian research in Antarctica, sparking reports of possible hydrocarbon finds in an area protected by an international treaty that It only allows scientific research.

At coffee time

Nicki Minaj apologizes to fans for postponing concert after arrest in Netherlands

Rapper Nicki Minaj apologized to fans outside her hotel in Manchester early Sunday for postponing a show in the United Kingdom after Dutch authorities detained her on charges of “carrying soft drugs.” Minaj received a monetary fine and was released hours later, according to police.

Parents of PGA Tour golfer Grayson Murray confirm that he died by suicide

Professional golfer Grayson Murray died by suicide, his parents confirmed in a statement released through the PGA Tour. This Saturday it was reported that Murray died at the age of 30, one day after withdrawing from the Charles Schwab Challenge tournament in Fort Worth, Texas.

Bruce Springsteen postpones concerts in Marseille, Prague and Milan due to “vocal problems”

Singer Bruce Springsteen, 74, postponed concerts in three cities in Europe due to vocal problems, according to a post on his Instagram account, in which he detailed that after examinations and consultation, doctors determined that he should not perform for the next few years. ten days.

Alejandra Rodríguez affirms that having competed for Miss Universe is the “first step of a change” in the concept of beauty

Alejandra Rodríguez made headlines around the world in April when she was crowned Miss Buenos Aires and became the first 60-year-old woman to win a pageant organized by the Miss Universe franchise. After entering the top 15 finalists in the crowning of Miss Universe Argentina, Rodríguez stated that her participation is the “first step of a change” in the concept of beauty in this type of pageant. Magalí Benejam, from Córdoba, was the winner.

América was crowned Mexican soccer champion in the 2024 closing tournament

Club América was crowned champion of the Liga MX this Sunday at the Azteca Stadium, after beating Cruz Azul 1-0. (2-1). The goal came from a penalty in the 78th minute, courtesy of Henry Martín. With this victory, the azulcrema team lifts its fifteenth cup in the Mexican professional soccer tournament and is crowned two-time champion of the Liga MX tournament.

The figure of the day


This is the number of people who have died due to heavy rains and flooding in Brazil, according to a count by the Civil Defense of Rio Grande do Sul this Sunday.

The quote of the day

“A failure in foreign policy”

In an interview with Andrés Oppenheimer, the Mexican opposition presidential candidate Xóchitl Gálvez criticized the international management of Andrés Manuel López Obrador and raised her proposals on migration and security.

And to finish…

The reasons why England’s largest lake is dying

England’s largest lake is in danger. The non-profit organization Save Windermere proposes something that could solve this problem. For its part, the company responsible for water and wastewater services in the northwest of England has another plan in mind.

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