First, check if the receptacles you mention are GFCI receptacles. If they are, then check the Master GFCI receptacle and then press the reset button to re-apply power to your Slave GFCI receptacles.
This is a common problem and if the reset button "kicks" off again, unplug all appliances from all of the Slave receptacles to fin which one has a low current leakage between the Common and Ground wires.
Of course, this has nothing to do with your other regular receptacles, but I would check the GFCI receptacle problem first. It gets power from only one of your breakers.
You didn't say so, but I assume your Air Conditioners operate? Or Not? They run on 220-VAC which is two 110-VAC lines and a neutral line.