Weekly News Quiz: August 25, 2022 – CNN

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By Alexandra Meeks and Ivory Sherman
Mexico City has become a “work from home” haven for US expats, but locals say this is pricing them out.
Dinosaur tracks from 113 million years ago were uncovered due to severe drought conditions at Dinosaur Valley State Park.
Germany launched emissions-free hydrogen passenger trains, with only steam and water issuing from the exhaust.
Seventeen-year-old Mack Rutherford set a world record Wednesday after landing in the Bulgarian capital of Sofia, where his journey began on March 23. He was just 15 when he received his pilot’s license.
First lady Dr. Jill Biden tested positive for a rebound case of Covid-19 on Wednesday. Biden first tested positive on August 15 while vacationing in Kiawah Island, South Carolina.
Apple is expected to unveil the new iPhone 14 lineup at an event on September 7.
Individual borrowers who make less than $125,000 yearly and married couples or heads of households who make less than $250,000 yearly and also received a Pell grant as an undergraduate student will have up to $20,000 of their student loan debt forgiven.
Miami, where rents were up more than 26% from a year ago, saw the biggest increase among the 50 largest US cities for the 10th-straight month. Miami was followed by New York, Boston, Chicago, and Orlando, according to the latest market data.
Thousands of Hyundai Palisade and Kia Telluride vehicles made between 2020 and 2022 were recalled due to fire risks. Owners of these models should park their vehicles outside and away from homes until their cars are repaired, the US Department of Transportation said on Tuesday.
HBO’s “House of the Dragon” – the “Game of Thrones” prequel – brought in roughly 10 million viewers for its first episode. It is the “largest audience for any new original series in the history of HBO,” according to the network. HBO, like CNN, is part of Warner Bros. Discovery.


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