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DENVER (KDVR) — Gov. Jared Polis joined political leaders from across the country to discuss how the American Rescue Plan will help Coloradans and other Americans experiencing homelessness.

Nearly $5 billion in American Rescue Plan funds issued by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development will go to to communities across the country for services involving those that are homeless or those that are at risk of being homeless.

“So many people have endured a tremendous amount of hardship this year, some people even lost their homes. As Colorado builds back stronger from this pandemic, it’s critical that everyone

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Honey from several regions of the US shows traces of a radioactive element from nuclear testing that took place in the 1950s and 60s, according to a new study.

The study, published in Nature Communications, reported that 68 of 122 honey samples from Maine to Florida show varying amounts of cesium-137, a relic of bomb tests conducted during the cold war. The bombs were detonated by the US and the Soviet Union on American soil from Nevada and New Mexico, the Marshall Islands and the Russian Arctic archipelago Novaya Zemlya.

The prevailing winds brought the cesium eastwards, and the

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WASHINGTON D.C. (KVOA) — The Internal Revenue Service, the U.S. Department of the Treasury, and the Bureau of the Fiscal Service announced Friday they are disbursing nearly 2 million payments in the sixth batch of Economic Impact Payments from the American Rescue Plan. 

The announcement brings the total disbursed so far to approximately 161 million payments, with a total value of more than $379 billion, since these payments began rolling out to Americans in batches as announced on March 12, according to the IRS. 

The sixth batch of payments began processing on Friday, April 16, with an official payment date

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In a first, the White House plans to provide American Sign Language interpretation for President Joe Biden’s address to Congress next week.

The Biden White House has been providing simultaneous ASL interpretation for its daily news conferences, briefings by its COVID-19 team and remarks by the president and vice president, a practice that began, in part, last year following a lawsuit.

But next week’s address will be the first in which any White House has provided the service for a presidential address to Congress, via a live stream on its website and social media channels.

Biden on Wednesday plans to

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Gum Shan. Gold Mountain. That was what the people in Guangdong Province called the faraway land where the native population had red hair and blue eyes, and it was rumored that gold nuggets could be plucked from the ground. According to an account in the San Francisco Chronicle, a merchant visiting from Canton, the provincial capital—likely soon after the discovery of gold at Sutter Creek, in 1848—wrote to a friend back home about the riches that he had found in the mountains of California. The friend told others and set off across the Pacific Ocean himself. Whether from

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American Dream is hosting two job fairs on Thursday so it call fill 200 part-time positions.

The entertainment, shopping and dining complex in the Meadowlands is looking to hire lifeguards, ride operators, guest services and admissions staff, retail associates, party hosts, performers and ice rink attendants.

“Interested applicants can just show up for the event and receive an on-the-spot interview. In some cases, we make job offers on the same day,” an American Dream spokesperson said.

The job fairs are being held Thursday, April 22 from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. and from 4 p.m. until 7 p.m. Applicants should

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