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Teach kids the magic of science at the Cool Science Carnival

COLORADO SPRINGS — Cool Science is about making science and STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art & Math) fun for kids. It all started in 2001 when the founder Jennifer Lacy (Rivers), a chemist and engineer joined with other scientists such as Ron Furstenau and created the 501 (c) (3) non-profit in 2003. They toured local schools presenting fun chemistry and other science demonstrations. As other volunteer scientists and engineers began to grow, so did their programs. Cool Science started hosting presentations throughout the day with 4-6 different science shows and mini-carnivals with hands-on activities. In 2008, volunteer engineer Marc Staub tookRead News

Hayward’s Science in the Park fair “brings science into the community”

Sofia Medina cautiously held out her hand toward the yellow and black ball python as it drew a crowd around the science fair booth at the California State University, East Bay campus. The python’s handler assured the 7th grader that its scales would be dry to the hand, explaining to the families gathered there that unlike humans, most snakes do not have oils on their skin. “I was very nervous – it felt nice though!” said Medina, who is from Hayward. She learned that “there’s no reason for the snake to bite you if they’re not threatened.” Students like MedinaRead News

The Biden-Harris administration to map critical mineral potential in the southwestern United States using funding from the Bipartisan Infrastructure Act US Geological Survey

The $16 million, five-year research project is funded by the USGS Earth Mapping Resource Initiative (Earth MRI), through investments from the Bipartisan Infrastructure Act. Critical minerals are vital to the nation’s economy and national security, these investments will help improve our understanding of domestic critical mineral resources, a key step in securing a reliable and sustainable supply of the critical minerals that power everything from household appliances and Electronics to create clean energy. Technologies such as batteries and wind turbines. “This exciting scientific effort is made possible by investments from President Biden’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Law and will enable NASA andRead News

United States: Congress Passes Interim Spending Measure, Funding Government Through Dec. 16, 2022, While Fiscal Year 2023 Budget Is Finalized

An interim spending measure passed by the US Congress will fund the US government – ​​including immigration operations – through December 16, 2022, while Congress considers fiscal year 2023 federal appropriation projects. President Biden, who is expected to sign the bill. The passing of the Temporary Spending Bill prevents the federal government shutdown on October 1, 2022, and pushes the deadline to December 16, 2022. Extension of expiring immigration programs The interim bill extends several immigration programs that expire through December 16, 2022 — the E-Verify program, the EB-4 non-ministerial religious worker exemption, and the Conrad 30 program for foreignRead News

Acting Counter-Terrorism Coordinator Betts’ Travel to Indonesia – United States Department of State

Acting Counter-Terrorism Coordinator Timothy Betts will travel to Jakarta, Indonesia on October 3. During the trip, he will hold a counter-terrorism dialogue with Indonesia’s National Counter-Terrorism Agency to discuss cooperation under the 2018 Memorandum of Understanding between the Government of the United States and the Government of the Republic of Indonesia on Strengthening Counter-Terrorism Cooperation, to include the use of watch lists to exchange information about terrorist travels. For additional information, contact CT_PublicAffairs@state.gov.

National Disability Employment Awareness Month – United States Department of State

In October, the United States celebrates National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM) to promote the contributions and innovations of people with disabilities to our nation’s workforce. The 2022 NDEAM theme is “Disability: Part of the Equity Equation,” which recognizes the key role that people with disabilities play in workforce diversity and inclusion in both the public and private sectors. Disability is a key component of the State Department’s work to advance diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility (DEIA) within our workforce and within our foreign policy. An inclusive workforce is essential to broad-based economic growth worldwide. An accessible workplace with strongRead News

Secretary Antony J. Blinken And Canadian Foreign Minister Mélanie Joly On A Joint Press Availability – United States Department of State

SECRETARY BLINKEN:  Good afternoon, everyone. Bonjour, tout le monde. Secretary of State Joly, Mélanie, as always, I am pleased to welcome you back to the State Department, to the United States, and it is a great pleasure to continue our ongoing collaboration on so many issues that connect our countries. As is appropriate for such a close friend and ally, the discussion we had today touched on an incredibly wide range of critically important issues that have a real impact on the lives of our citizens, both Canadians and Americans, as well as people across globe. We, of course, discussed ourRead News

US has a lot to gain from Nord Stream damage, Russia says at UN.

Sept 30 (Reuters) – Russia’s ambassador to the United Nations told the Security Council on Friday that the United States has much to gain in gas trade due to damage to the Nord Stream pipeline system under the Baltic Sea, but stopped short of blaming Washington for this week of explosions. A council meeting called at Russia’s request addressed leaks discovered on Tuesday at the Nord Stream 1 and 2 pipelines, which Russian-controlled Gazprom ( GAZP.MM ) and its European partners spent billions of dollars on. A main question about the blasts was whether the United States could profit fromRead News

Statement by President Biden on Russia’s attempts to annex Ukrainian territory

The United States condemns Russia’s fraudulent attempt today to annex sovereign Ukrainian territory. Russia violates international law, tramples on the United Nations Charter and everywhere shows its contempt for peaceful nations. Make no mistake: these actions have no legitimacy. The United States will always respect Ukraine’s internationally recognized borders. We will continue to support Ukraine’s efforts to regain control of its territory by strengthening its hand militarily and diplomatically, including through the $1.1 billion in additional security assistance announced by the United States this week. In response to Russia’s false claims of annexation, the United States, along with our AlliesRead News

Aviation Labor Round Up: A Week Of Anxiety In The United States

The week of September 24-30, 2022 would constitute a week of labor unrest in American aviation. From informational picketing to a strike by food workers at San Francisco International Airport (SFO) and the Delta Air Lines pilots’ union opening a vote to authorize the strike, labor relations have been shaken with a glimmer of hope of one of two airlines based in Seattle. . San Francisco Airport workers concluded 3 days of strike action With nine months of negotiations without results, SFO food workers decided to strike and close most of the restaurants at San Francisco International on Monday, SeptemberRead News

Outer Limits: America’s Oldest Tattoo Shop – Scene360

Kari Barba (1960â) is an award-winning and popular tattoo artist with over four decades of experience in the industry. She is the co-owner of Outer Limits Tattoo & Museum, the oldest continuously operating tattoo studio in the United States and the second oldest in the world. This establishment was founded in 1927 by an unknown person as a photography studio with a tattoo imprint. In 1954, American tattoo pioneer and photographer Bert Grimm discovered it. Grimm (1900â1985) is considered one of the kings of American tattooing; Among his teachers were Bob Shaw (1926â1993; an innovator in vertical art and calligraphy)Read News

Defense Leaders Seek to Improve US-Philippines Interoperability

PHOTO INFORMATION WASHINGTON — Vowing to strengthen the partnership between the longtime allies, Defense Secretary Lloyd J. Austin III and Jose C. Faustino Jr., chief officer of the Philippines’ Department of National Defense, met at Camp Smith, Hawaii. The talks between the two defense chiefs were based on a shared vision of “an open, secure and prosperous Indo-Pacific, without coercion or harassment,” Austin said during remarks after the meeting. “The United States remains steadfast in our support for a strong and independent Philippines that can defend its sovereignty, ensure prosperity for its people, and strengthen security in theRead News

The United States issued new sanctions against Russia against Ukraine; attack companies, parliamentarians

WASHINGTON, Sept 30 (Reuters) – The United States on Friday imposed sweeping sanctions on Russia over the country’s declared annexation of parts of Ukraine, targeting hundreds of people and companies, including those in Russia’s military-industrial complex and lawmakers. Washington acted after Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday proclaimed the biggest annexation in Europe since World War II, declaring Russian rule over 15% of Ukraine’s territory occupied by Russian forces. “We will rally the international community both to condemn these moves and to hold Russia accountable. We will continue to provide Ukraine with the equipment it needs to defend itself, undeterredRead News

Palau National Day – United States Department of State

On behalf of the United States, I congratulate the people of Palau on 28 years of independence and send you best wishes on National Day. Our nations have a long tradition of friendship and partnership. The vital relationship between the United States and Palau is built on shared values ​​and shared sacrifice. The United States and Palau’s shared commitment to democracy and a free, open, resilient and prosperous Indo-Pacific continues to guide our relationship. Earlier this year, our two governments collaborated on the successful Our Ocean conference in Palau. This conference is just one sign of how cooperation between theRead News

A dangerous time for the United States of America

The United States had an unprecedented global hegemony since the end of the cold war in 1989. The collapse of the USSR gave the United States the opportunity to expand its liberal world order in the world. The United States was free to Rome in all areas of international relations. The reason for the unchallenged US supremacy was the lack of a parallel competitor; however, it was accompanied by internal stability at home. The stability at home ensures the strength of the foreign policy of the states in the international world. In addition, there were relatively fewer global challenges thatRead News

Independence Day of the Republic of Cyprus – United States Department of State

On behalf of the United States of America, I send best wishes to the people of the Republic of Cyprus on Independence Day. The Republic of Cyprus and its citizens play a key role in ensuring security and prosperity in the Eastern Mediterranean region. In the coming year, we hope to continue deepening the growing relationship between our countries and people through economic, cultural, educational and security ties. The United States remains committed to its support for a Cypriot-led, UN-facilitated global agreement to reunify the island as a bizonal, bicommunal federation with political equality for all Cypriots.

Americans are planning fall trips despite higher costs ahead

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The best international travel deals for the strong US dollar in 2022 and 2023

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LIVE at 6:45 p.m.: Metro Sports TV broadcasts Washington vs Harrisburg football game

Published: Sep. 30, 2022 at 5:43 PM CDT| Updated: 17 hours ago SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (Dakota News Now) – The Washington football team will meet Friday night in Harrisburg, and Metro Sports TV is broadcasting the game live. The livestream is available in the video player below. The game starts at 7pm. The Metro Sports TV broadcast will start 15 minutes earlier with their first match. Dakota News Now is partnering with Metro Sports TV to offer free high school sports coverage this fall and winter. All games will also be shown on metrosports.tv. Copyright 2022 KSFY. All rights reserved.

The Seattle Mariners end the longest playoff drought in American sports

I’m going to let you in on a little secret: despite all appearances, soccer is not my favorite sport. That honor belongs to baseball, and last night was a big night in baseball. A spectacular home run by catcher Cal Raleigh sent the Seattle Mariners into the postseason for the first time since 2001, ending the longest playoff drought for a franchise in the four major North American professional sports. This was a huge, made-for-TV moment, and the Mariners and their fans have certainly earned the right to revel in it. Baseball game celebrations are always a sight to behold,Read News

Sports host Rachel Nichols, one year after controversial exit from ESPN NBA role, resurfaces at Showtime

Rachel Nichols, the veteran sports TV host whose long ESPN tenure was cut short by controversy, is finally reemerging in a new on-air home. She joins Showtime Basketball, a new content vertical on Paramount Global’s premium network, and will contribute to multiple programs and projects. Along with announcing her new corporate address, Nichols participated in her first sit-down interview about the circumstances of the ESPN situation. In 2021, Nichols was removed from The Jump, ESPN’s signature NBA show, and the show was canceled after an audio recording surfaced of comments Nichols, who is white, made about former colleague Maria Taylor,Read News

Sports Wrap: Football Results 30 September 2022

(KNSI) – Hutchinson 38, (5-1) ROCORI 14: Spartan quarterback Jack Spanier ran for a two-yard touchdown to cap off the game’s opening drive and connected with receiver Adam Langer for a score through the air. Hutchinson dominated with 38 unanswered points in between, exclusively on the ground. Tailback Levi Teetzel and fullback A.J. Ladwig combined for five rushing touchdowns and nearly 400 yards for the Tigers. (5-0) Sauk Rapids-Rice 37, Bemidji 23: The Storm defense clamped down in the second half, shutting out the Lumberjacks and coming from behind to remain undefeated. SR-R trailed 23-20 in the second quarter beforeRead News

Vermont high school sports scores for Friday, September 30

To report scores Coaches or team representatives are asked to report results ASAP after games by emailing sports@burlingtonfreepress.com. Please send with name/contact number. ►Contact Alex Abrami at aabrami@freepressmedia.com. Follow him on Twitter @aabrami5. ►Contact Jacob Rousseau at JRousseau@gannett.com. Follow on Twitter @ByJacobRousseau. PREVIOUS COVERAGE FRIDAY’S COLLEGE GAMES Women’s hockey V: Evelyne Blais-Savoie 2G. Theresa Schafzahl 1G. Hailey Burns 1G. Natalie Mlynkova 1G. Jessie McPherson 9 saves. R: Chloe McNeil 2G. Sarah Coe 23 saves. Note: Vermont connected on three goals in the second period (two power play goals) to win the season opener. Field hockey A: Charlotte Triggs 1G. RuiterRead News

Sports programs in northern climatic states face a new opponent: Scorching September

BIGFORK, Mt. — On a recent afternoon, it was 70 degrees on the high school football field in this northwestern Montana community less than 200 miles south of the U.S.-Canada border. Vikings head coach Jim Benn was going through drills with his team in the pristine fall weather without much interruption. Yet just a couple of weeks earlier, players needed frequent water breaks while sweating through temperatures in the low to mid-90s, about 15 degrees warmer than the season average. year. Although temperatures have started to drop now that fall is underway, Montana and many other states in the northernRead News

‘Silent phenomenon’: The rise of gun violence in school sports

MOBILE, Alabama — Security was tight at Vigor High School’s home game against rival Williamson last October. Tyrone Lea III and Christopher Dunn were among the hundreds of fans who packed Mobile’s 40,000-seat Ladd-Peebles Stadium and passed metal detectors, uniformed police officers and security guards. The school system increased security after nine people were shot at the stadium near the end of a high school football game in 2019, which came just months after a shooting at a nearby high school basketball game. Midway through the fourth quarter, with the game out of reach, Dunn and Lea decided to leave.Read News

Army vs. Georgia State live online stream, odds, channel, prediction, how to watch on CBS Sports Network

Week 5 of the college football season is in full swing as more great games continue on Saturday as the CBS Sports Network’s schedule of games continues to race for championships across the country. Two games took place on Friday, with three more slated for Saturday as the first week of October kicks off the season across the country so far. To start things off on Friday, UTSA defeated host Middle Tennessee 45-30 as the Blue Raiders bounced back from last week’s upset of Miami in the Conference USA opener for both teams. Then, in a Mountain West showdown laterRead News

Overtime – Friday, September 30th

LINCOLN, Neb. (KOLN) – It’s Week 6 of the 2022 high school football season. Kevin Sjuts and Eddie Messel are here to provide scoring updates, highlights and analysis. Aquinas Catholic 47, David City 6 Arcadia-Loup City 45, Pleasanton 28 Ashland-Greenwood 40, Fort Calhoun 10 Bishop Neumann 48, North Bend Central 18 Boyd County 30, Niobrara/Verdigre 28 Clarkson/Leigh 60, Cedar Bluffs 8 Columbus Lakeview 60, Schuyler 0 Dundy County Stratton 52, Loomis 0 Elkhorn High 49, Elkhorn North 35 Elmwood-Murdock 65, Conestoga 30 49 Fillmore Central, 15 Doniphan-Trumbull Gordon-Rushville 33, Valentine 13 Hartington-Newcastle 37, TCNE (Tri County Northeast) 8 Howells-Dodge 44,Read News

Sports Force Extra Week 6

SIOUX CITY (KTIV) – The sixth week of Sports Fource Extra brought phenomenal encounters to all three states of Siouxland. There was everything from ranked matches, rivalries and lots of homecoming games. Oakland-Craig 46 Archbishop Bergan 17 F O’Neill St. Mary’s 58 CWC 12 F North Union 17 West Fork 0 F / FORFEIT Hartington N’Castle 37 Tri County NE 8 F Catholic Norfolk 28 Battle Creek 7 F Ainsworth 52 Elgin / Pope John 44 F Spirit Lake 45 Estherville-LC 0 F Kingsley-Pierson 70 Glidden-Ralston 28 F Howells-Dodge 44 Humphrey St. Francis 8 F Remsen St. Marys 61 Newell-FondaRead News

Antonio Inoki, famous martial arts pioneer, dies at 79

Antonio Inoki, a martial arts pioneer, influential politician and larger-than-life figure in his native Japan, died on Friday at the age of 79. This was announced by the New Japan Pro-Wrestling promotion he founded. Inoki’s cause of death has not been released, but he had become ill in recent years and was confined to a wheelchair. Inoki retired from politics in 2019. Although he touched many parts of Japanese culture during his lifetime and became one of the most famous people in the country, Inoki was best known for his work in martial arts as a professional wrestler, promoter andRead News