5 things to know on Sept. 4, 2022: Start your week smart: NASA, heat waves, Ukraine, Pakistan, stolen planes

Here’s what else you should know Start your week smart.

• According to an update from NASA on Saturday, NASA will not pursue the launch of Artemis I for the rest of the launch window, which ends Tuesday. After the second scrubbing attempt.
• long term record heat wave Millions of Californians are once again being asked to reduce their energy consumption amid fears of strained power grids as the U.S. increases its influence westward.
• Ukraine’s largest nuclear power plant lost the main connection to the power grid Shelling continued again on Saturday despite the presence of international inspectors.
death toll in pakistan More than 1,200 people have been affected by devastating floods, nearly a third of them children.
• Airport officer stole twin-engine plane Saturday morning Threatened to crash into Mississippi Walmart Police said he was arrested after he finally landed in a field.

one week before

Monday

happy labor day!that is informal end of summer In the United States, it’s the last big beach or barbecue day of the year. And for many, it’s going to burn :A dangerous heat wave It is expected to continue to affect much of the West through midweek. Temperatures are expected to be 15 to 20 degrees higher than normal, with maximum temperatures exceeding 100 degrees.
(Note to weekday readers: 5 things Closed on Mondays. It will be back in your inbox early Tuesday.)

Tuesday

Today is the first day in Massachusetts and the Bay Starters will be voting to narrow down the Democratic and Republican nominees. Midterm exam in NovemberThis year’s ballot will feature five statewide competition for governor, lieutenant governor, attorney general, secretary of state and state comptroller.

Wednesday

Apple is widely expected New iPhone 14 lineup unveiled At the September 7th event. The company’s invitations, always under scrutiny for hidden meaning, feature a night sky in the shape of Apple’s logo and the tagline “Far out.”
Also on Wednesday are former President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama. back to the white house For the release of the official portrait of the White House. In the decades-long tradition of the first American president, host immediate predecessor It wasn’t until former President Donald Trump was in the Oval Office that the ceremony for the Obamas took place to unveil their official portraits at the White House.

Thursday

September 8th international literacy day. according to UNESCOCurrently, at least 771 million young people and adults worldwide lack basic literacy skills.

Saturday

September 10th world suicide prevention dayIn July, the new 988 dialing code will be National Suicide Prevention Lifeline Released in the US.

Want to hear more CNN reports?

in this week one thing Curt Devine, producer of the CNN Investigates podcast, explains how tiny pieces of plastic fuel population growth. machine gun fire All over the United States. listen here.

Photo of the week

Check out more inspiring, engaging and thought-provoking images Since that week, it has been curated by CNN Photos.

what’s happening in the entertainment world

party at the mouse house

Disney’s D23 Expo 2022, “The ultimate Disney fan event‘ begins Friday in Anaheim, Calif. All of Disney’s entertainment venues, including Marvel, Pixar, and Star Wars, are represented in movies, television, and theme parks.

“Cobra Kai”

The “Karate Kid” revival series reaches its fifth season on Netflix on Friday. After losing in the All Valley Tournament, new season begins The team licked their wounds, but quickly found fire to get back on their feet and defend their honor.

what is happening in sports

US Open

Action at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing, NY continue today The tournament wraps up the weekend with the women’s final on Saturday and the men’s final a week from today.

NFL Kickoff

of NFL season begins On Thursday, the Buffalo Bills will face the Super Bowl champion Los Angeles Rams at home in what could be an early preview of Super Bowl LVII.

Quiz time!

Take CNN’s Weekly News Quiz Let’s see how well you remember that week! So far, 65% of his quiz fans have answered 8 or more of hers correctly. How are you?

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Good luck for Monday!

Celebrate Labor Day with this pure ’80s flashback. (Click here to view)

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