Fue descubierta una carretera que habría sido construida hace más de mil 300 años por los mayas. Se trata de un camino que conecta las zonas arqueológicas de Yaxunáh en Yucatán hasta Cobá en Quintana Roo.
The average weekly number of COVID-19 cases in the U.S. was nearly 300% higher this Labor Day weekend compared to last year. CBS News reporter Alexander Tin joined CBSN’s "Red and Blue" with the latest on the COVID surge.
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Former Colombo crime family enforcer Anthony Luciano Raimondi came through for his first-ever VladTV interview, where he shared his story about how he came to be involved with the mob. From growing up in Brooklyn to being around the mob with his father, who was involved himself, Anthony spoke about going to the Colombo hangout spot as young as 12-years-old. By the age of 16, Anthony was facing serious legal trouble, and he went on to speak about various violent events that he carried out. To hear more, including Anthony speaking about becoming a made man, family wars, and distancing himself from the mob, hit the full interview above.
The first 15 electric taxis under SMRT’s Strides banner are now in business. These vehicles can travel 300km on a full charge, which drivers said is sufficient. The plan is to electrify Stride’s entire taxi fleet by 2026. There are now over 1,700 taxis under its brand. This will reduce its carbon footprint by about 20,000 tonnes. It takes 40 minutes to charge the taxi’s battery to 80% capacity. Drivers have access to about 140 fast chargers across the island.
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A Florida man driving against opposing traffic on a busy interstate highway in Miami Gardens is being accused of causing a two-car crash that sent one victim plunging to his death — and another victim in the passenger seat who is currently fighting for his life.
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In this clip, Anthony Raimondi spoke about being arrested for the murder of Salvatore "Sally Burns" Granello when he was 16. Under the Youthful Offenders Act, Anthony made a deal to serve one year, but he was arrested by the FBI for a civil rights violation and he was sentenced to 99 years. When asked if he would serve in the military for two years to expunge his record and get out of prison, Anthony said it seemed like a no-brainer, especially since he was told he was going to a "Southeast Asian Conference." However, he learned on the way to the airport that he was being sent to Vietnam. To hear more about his experience in the Marines and how he befriended a captain that was violent toward him, hit the above clip.
In this clip, Anthony Raimondi spoke about fighting in the Vietnam war as a trained sniper. When asked about getting a tattoo after killing 150 people, and then another when he killed 300. Anthony then explained that it was "kill or be killed" in Vietnam, as children were being strapped with bombs, which he witnessed. To hear more, hit the above clip.
Some 300 COVID-19 patients admitted in PGH
CAPTION: The Philippine General Hospital is still unable to accept new #COVID19 patients due to its facilities being overwhelmed. PGH spokesperson Dr. Jonas Del Rosario says they have 300 confirmed #COVID19 patients, the highest for the past 16 months.
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