Closely Secured Secret Technology: 6,500-Year-Old Copper Workshop Uncovered in the Negev Desert

Closely Secured Secret Technology: 6,500-Year-Old Copper Workshop Uncovered in the Negev Desert

Work on the dig in Beer Sheva. Credit: Anat Rasiuk, Israel Antiquities Authority Tel Aviv University and Israel Antiquities Authority believe copper-producing technology was closely guarded secret. A new study by Tel Aviv University and the Israel Antiquities Authority indicates that a workshop for smelting copper ore once operated in the Neveh Noy neighborhood of…

Judge to rule on TTFA case Tuesday Sports

Judge to rule on TTFA case Tuesday Sports

BY 3 p.m. next Tuesday the High Court will deliver its ruling in a legal claim brought by William Wallace, ousted president of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) and other officials against their dismissal in March by the world’s football governing body, FIFA.Presiding over the trial yesterday was Justice Carol Gobin, who, prior…

On The Doorstep: 5 fighters who might make UFC or Bellator with October wins

On The Doorstep: 5 fighters who might make UFC or Bellator with October wins

By Nolan King | October 14, 2020 11: 00 am For those who make it to Mixed Martial Arts’s greatest phase, the journey starts long prior to they strap on UFC or Bellator gloves. This month, five fighters on the verge of achieving major-promotion prestige return to the cage for what might be their stepping-stone …

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White Home blocked CDC from requiring masks on public transport

White Home blocked CDC from requiring masks on public transport

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention drafted a sweeping order last month requiring all passengers and employees to wear masks on all forms of public and commercial transportation in the United States, but it was blocked by the White House, according to two federal health officials. The order would have been the toughest federal…

Assault- and Sports-Related Concussions May Differ in Kids

Assault- and Sports-Related Concussions May Differ in Kids

Concussions resulting from assaults and sports may not be entirely similar in children and youth, researchers report. For example, more than twice as many children who experience assault-related concussions report declines in school grades compared with those with sports-related concussions. The researchers also saw trends suggesting there are clinically meaningful differences between the groups in…