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Shane van Gisbergen adds Daytona ARCA race to 2024 schedule

Trackhouse Racing announced on Tuesday that van Gisbergen, who is running a full Xfinity and partial Cup schedule in 2024, will also compete in the season-opening ARCA race at Daytona International Speedway on Feb. 17.Van Gisbergen, 34, will drive an entry pr

China tells US it won’t be bullied on Russia

Relations between Beijing and Moscow are none of Washington’s business, according to the Chinese Foreign Ministry Read Full Article at

La Colonisation: French history of death, torture and indescribable violence in the pearl of its evil empire

Many issues arising from France’s colonial crimes in Algeria have still not been resolved Read Full Article at

Ukraine is using this simple trick to hurt the EU

Strikes on the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant are being leveraged to push for sanctions that could impact Western Europe Read Full Article at

Congresswoman proposes exempting black people from taxes

US lawmaker proposes reparation by exempting black people from taxes, admits plan may not work because many aren’t paying taxes anyway Read Full Article at

Andrey Sushentsov: Americans can’t tell us who blew up Nord Stream, but they solved the Moscow terror attack case in 15 minutes?

Washington appears desperate to absolve Kiev of any blame in the terrorist attack on Moscow, while failing to invite trust Read Full Article at

ISS Daily Summary Report – 4/02/2024

Payloads: Boeing Environment Responding Antimicrobial Coatings-2 (AC-2): Routine periodic touching was performed for experiment placards deployed in various locations throughout the ISS. Antimicrobial Coatings-2 tests an antimicrobial coating on several diffe

ISS Daily Summary Report – 4/03/2024

Payloads: ADvanced Space Experiment Processor-2 Pharmaceutical In-space Laboratory-03 (ADSEP-PIL-03): The crew gained access to the ADSEP-2 facility and exchanged the experiment cassettes in Module C. The crew also took photos of these experiment activities b

ISS Daily Summary Report – 4/04/2024

Payloads: BioFabrication Facility (BFF): The crew gained access to the BFF interior volume, performed print tip replacements and syringe exchanges. This will support upcoming biological printing science activities. Using 3D biological printers to produce usab

ISS Daily Summary Report – 4/05/2024

Soyuz 70S Undock: The crew is sleep shifting today in preparation for 70S undocking later this evening. The Soyuz 70S vehicle is scheduled to undock from the ISS at 10:54 PM CDT today to return NASA astronaut Loral O’Hara, Roscosmos cosmonaut Oleg Novitsky

ISS Daily Summary Report – 4/08/2024

PrK Hatch Open: This morning, the crew opened hatches to the PrK and Progress 87P according to the plan. After the hatches were open, the crew completed transfers of gas and water from Progress 87P to the ISS. The PrK hatch will remain open until tomorrow aft

The world's oldest man says the secret to his longevity is luck, plus regular fish and chips

The world's oldest man says the secret to his long life is luck, moderation - and fish and chips every Friday.

Many eclipse visitors to northern New England pulled an all-nighter trying to leave

Thousands of visitors to northern New England communities in the path of the total solar eclipse were told to pack their patience for the trip. In some areas, they needed it for up to 12 hours after the event started, inching their way back home on packed int

Congress summons Boeing's CEO to testify on its jetliner safety following new whistleblower charges

A Senate subcommittee has summoned Boeing CEO David Calhoun to testify about the company's jetliners in an inquiry prompted by new safety-related charges from a whistleblower.

Spain to end golden visa program

Spain plans to terminate its golden visa program as Madrid attempts to cool down a housing crisis Read Full Article at

Schweppes Zero Sugar Ginger Ale recalled after investigation reveals it’s a full sugar product

The recall was initiated on March 9, 2024, and is ongoing, per an official notice from the FDA

Delta Air Lines posts a narrow Q1 profit and says travel demand remains strong despite flight scares

Delta Air Lines eked out a narrow first-quarter profit and said Wednesday that demand for travel is strong heading into the summer-vacation season, with travelers seemingly unfazed by recent incidents in the industry that ranged from a panel blowing off a jet

US facing worst risks since WWII – JPMorgan boss

The US should strengthen partnerships with other Western nations to withstand challenges, the country’s top banker insists Read Full Article at

«There's a lot we don't know»: Why public health experts are worried about bird flu

The time to prepare for a bird flu pandemic is now, experts say

Waymo launches paid automated taxi rides in Los Angeles

Google's Waymo robotaxi service started rolling in Los Angeles Wednesday in a major expansion for its automated taxis.

Yuan displacing dollar on Russia’s foreign exchange market – Central Bank

The share of the Chinese yuan on Russia’s foreign exchange market hit an all-time high in March, according to the central bank Read Full Article at

Former Trump CFO Allen Weisselberg gets 5 month prison term for perjury

Allen Weisselberg is going to Rikers Island after lying under oath at Donald Trump's civil business fraud trial

Olympic rings for Paris Games to be displayed on the Eiffel Tower

The Olympic rings will be displayed on the Eiffel Tower, organizers said in a statement on Tuesday, as the French capital prepares to mark 100 days until the start of the Paris Games.

Russian banks’ profits could beat 2023 record – central bank

This year could prove more profitable for Russian banks than the record-breaking 2023, Central Bank Deputy Governor Olga Polyakova has said Read Full Article at

Are you finally with her? The Hillary Clinton paradox

Ignore Hillary Clinton at your own peril

Track and field becomes first sport to pay prize money at Olympics. Paris gold medalists get $50,000

Track and field is set to become the first sport to introduce prize money at the Olympics, with World Athletics saying Wednesday it would pay $50,000 to gold medalists in Paris.

Russian billionaires score partial victory on EU sanctions

The European Union’s highest court has ruled that the 2022 blacklisting of bankers Mikhail Fridman and Petr Aven was not justified Read Full Article at

«Star Trek: Discovery» makes a case for Michael Burnham as the last great Starfleet captain

Our «Discovery» protagonist was never going to have it easy. The start of her last run solidifies her greatness

A decade since Sochi, John Carlson is still playing big minutes for the Capitals at age 34

John Carlson has played more hockey than anyone in the NHL this season not named Drew Doughty, and that volume has not gone unnoticed around the league.

RB: Tsunoda “mentally on a different level” in 2024

The Japanese driver has qualified in the top 10 for the last three races, outpacing his more experienced team-mate Daniel Ricciardo.He secured a seventh-place finish in Australia, helped by the retirements of Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton and a penalty fo

Soon to be a 2-time Olympic host city, Salt Lake City's zest for the Games is now an outlier

Reminders of the 2002 Winter Olympics are nestled in every nook and cranny of Utah's capital city, from a towering Olympic cauldron that overlooks the Salt Lake Valley to an Olympic emblem stamped on manhole covers downtown.

Why drivers aren’t exempt from harnessing AI’s advantages

It is evident that artificial intelligence (AI) holds transformative potential across various domains, a fact often misconceived by many.Contrary to popular belief, mere automation does not equate to AI. True AI involves software that learns, improves, and au

British gymnast Max Whitlock to retire after Paris Olympics

Three-time Olympic gold medalist Max Whitlock of Britain plans to end his gymnastics career after the Paris Games this summer.

Prema determined 'not to be just a number' on IndyCar switch

The most successful junior single-seater team of recent years on the European ladder announced this week that it will combine its programmes in Formula 2, Formula 3, the Formula Regional European Championship by Alpine and various Formula 4 championships wit

IndyCar evaluating pitlanes as Prema addition expands car count for 2025

Prema Racing became the latest team to declare a full-time commitment to North America’s premier open-wheel championship, announcing on Tuesday intent to field two entries for 2025.The Italian outfit joins the likes of Juncos Hollinger Racing, Meyer Shank R

Truex hopes «cleaning up some mistakes» leads to first 2024 win

Truex's No. 19 Joe Gibbs Racing team has had plenty of speed this season. He’s led laps in all but two of eight races so far and led the third most laps (352) among series drivers.In fact, his 18th place effort last Sunday at Martinsville (Va.) Speedway i

Media Invited to NASA’s Student Launch Challenge in Alabama

NASA’s 2024 Student Launch challenge will bring students from colleges, universities, high schools, middle schools, and informal education groups to launch amateur rockets and payloads Saturday, April 13, starting at 8:30 a.m. CDT at Bragg Farms in Toney, A

Right-wing fraudsters fined $1.25M for racist election robocall scheme

Jacob Wohl and Jack Burkman, the right-wing fraudsters who orchestrated a robocall campaign targeting Black voters in seven states during the 2020 election, have agreed to pay $1.25 million in a settlement with New York Attorney General Letitia James. 

MAF EAP – Upcoming NASA-Wide EAP Programs (April 2024)

Raising Awareness of Substance Use Disorder April 11, 2024 Join us for an enlightening webinar on raising awareness of Substance Use Disorder (SUD). In this informative session, we’ll delve into the complexities of SUD, exploring its prevalence, impact

‘A disaster’: Vulnerable Arizona Republicans panic over abortion ruling

Arizona Republicans got just what they wanted Tuesday when the state’s Supreme Court upheld a 160-year-old abortion ban—enacted before the state was even a state—that criminalizes abortions and mandates prison sentences for providers. That ruling cement

Sometimes Getting the Perfect Picture Really Is Rocket Science

NASA Engineer Cindy Fuentes Rosal waves goodbye to a Black Brant IX sounding rocket launching from NASA’s Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia during the total solar eclipse on April 8, 2024. The rocket was part of a series of three launches for the Atmosphe
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