In this talk, I will first go over the still lingering (and growing) "Hubble Tension." I will review recent measurements from the Pantheon+SH0ES teams and explain recent developments since our data release. I will also discuss new work on standardizing the Tip-of-the-Red-Giant Branch measurements and how this affects interpretation of the Hubble Tension. I will then switch gears and discuss recent work planning for the LSST and Roman time-domain surveys, and the amazing revolution of data these experiments will bring. Finally I will explain how low- and high-redshift supernova data can be used together to help us nail down the mysteries of the expanding universe.