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Chelsea Clinton unveiled a new “Family Read & Play Space” for children and families. Watch as we go #OnAssignment with Chelsea in Chicago.

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A child’s first five years are a critical time to set them up for success in school and in life. That’s why the Clinton Foundation’s early childhood initiative, Too Small to Fail, works with partners to help new parents, grandparents, and caregivers turn everyday moments – such as laundry time – into meaningful opportunities to talk, read, sing, play, and bond with their littlest learners.

On average, families spend two and a half hours per week doing laundry at the laundromat. Too Small to Fail and their partners in the LaundryCares Literacy Coalition are working to transform laundromats across the country into “Family Read & Play Spaces” that support young children’s early brain and language development.

In March, Chelsea Clinton unveiled a new “Family Read & Play Space” for children and families in Chicago’s Washtime laundromat. Watch as we go #OnAssignment with Chelsea in Chicago.

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SUSPENSE IS OVER NEW RIGHT – NAFTALI BENETTE AND SHAKED, ‘S NEW PARTY DIDNT MAKE IT TO THE THRESHHOLD, EVEN AFTE R COUNTING THE ” DOUBLE ENVELOPES” – BASICLALY ARMS AND OUT STATION DIPLOMATS VOTES FINAL ELECTION RESULTS: NEW RIGHT OU T OF KNESSET The New Right Party has demanded a recount of IDF soldiers’ votes after the party passed the electoral th reshold as of Thursday morning’s count and then reportedly dropped just below it. BY LAHAV HARKOV APRIL 11, 2019 23:57 2 minute read. b The New Right’s Naftali Bennett and Ayelet Shaked walk off after exit polls show they won’t enter th T he New Right’s Naftali Bennett and Ayelet Shaked walk off after exit polls show they won’t enter the 21st Knesset. (phot o credit: MARC ISRAEL SELLEM) The New Right under Naftali Bennett and Ayelet Shaked did not make it into the Knesset acc ording to final results published by the Central Elections Committee on Thursday at midnight. Earlier Thursday, a techni cal error on the Central Electi

FINAL ELECTION RESULTS: NEW RIGHT OUT OF KNESSET

The New Right Party has demanded a recount of IDF soldiers’ votes after the party passed the electoral threshold as of Thursday morning’s count and then reportedly dropped just below it.

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The New Right under Naftali Bennett and Ayelet Shaked did not make it into the Knesset according to final results published by the Central Elections Committee on Thursday at midnight.

Earlier Thursday, a technical error on the Central Elections Committee’s website prevented publicly available numbers on the vote count from reflecting the real results of the election, sparking hours of confusion and a lack of clarity on whether the soldiers’ votes changed the final results on Thursday.

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Central Elections Committee chairman Judge Hanan Melcer said final, accurate numbers would be released overnight Thursday, after press time.

The chaos began early in the morning, when the website showed that the New Right would get into the Knesset thanks to the soldiers, being just 0.01% over the 3.25% electoral threshold.

But sources in the committee leaked to the media that those numbers were wrong, and that Education Minister Naftali Bennett and Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked’s party would remain outside the Knesset, by a very narrow margin.

The New Right then demanded a recount of the “double envelopes,” which include the votes of soldiers, diplomats and others.

At about 11 a.m., the elections committee announced it had finished counting the double envelopes and that it was starting a review of the figures entered into the computers, which it said it does in every election.Recommended videos
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Meanwhile, officials from the Shin Bet were spotted in the Knesset, igniting rumors of a possible cyberattack. There were also persistent reports of dozens of ballot boxes that had not been counted, which the committee denied.

In the evening, Melcer said he was “in close and constant contact with security branches, which said there is no information connecting the problem with a cyber event.

“We identified a technical problem in the interface between the core system of the committee and the website, which is made public,” Melcer explained. “There was no problem in the core system, which is not connected to the Internet, or in the counting of the votes. The numbers that will appear at midnight are the real numbers, which I will present to the president.”

The source of the technical problem seemed to be that the Central Elections Committee website was based on the format from the previous elections, and the number of votes – both in total and in individual ballot boxes – was unable to be updated, such that the percentages were wrong on the website. This also explained why some towns had a voting rate of over 100%.

Before counting the soldiers’ votes, the New Right reached 3.14% of the vote, or 127,504 votes.

6 miles above the moon’s surface BEERSHEET CRASHED . Without the main engine, the spacecraft could not properl y brake in time to make a gentle landing, instead crashing onto the surface. The three SpaceIL cofounders, who first dec ided to participate in the GoogleX Lunar Prize contest 8.5 years ago, said they would continue their mission of space ed ucation and of encouraging children to enter science fields. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, with engineers and Space IL founders in the Yehud control room, vowed to try again for the moon after the Beresheet spacecraft crashed on April 1 1, 2019. (courtesy) “I want to turn to kids that might be watching us,” Yonatan Winetraub said in a press conference after the crash. “We didn’t reach the moon in one piece. That sucks. However, engineering and science are hard. Som etimes it doesn’t work the first time, sometimes it doesn’t work the second or third time. But it will work.” “ I want to encourage you to continue studyin

Israel’s Beresheet spacecraft crashes during moon landing attempt

Vehicle built on shoestring budget fails during descent, after weeks of careful maneuvering in space; Netanyahu: ‘If at first you don’t succeed, try again’

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The Beresheet spacecraft crashed into the moon’s surface during its attempt to land on Earth’s satellite on Thursday evening, dashing the hopes of hundreds of engineers who had worked on the project for years.

Israel could still claim the title of seventh country to make lunar orbit, and the fourth country to reach the lunar surface, though unfortunately not in one piece.

“As far as we can see, we were very close to the moon,” operation control director Alex Friedman said to engineers in the SpaceIL control room in Yehud, east of Tel Aviv, after communication with the spacecraft went down. “We are on the moon, but not in the way that we wanted to.”

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The spacecraft successfully initiated the landing sequence, but a few kilometers above the moon’s surface the main engine failed, meaning the spacecraft could not properly brake in time to cushion its landing.

“Write this down, in three years we will get another spacecraft on the moon, and this one will land in one piece,” said Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

“If at first you don’t succeed, try again. We’ll try again, and next time we’ll just try it more gently.”

The spacecraft was budgeted at $100 million (NIS 370 million), a fraction of the cost of vehicles launched to the moon by major powers US, Russia and China in the past. It was a joint venture between private companies SpaceIL and Israel Aerospace Industries, funded almost entirely by private donations from well-known Jewish philanthropists, including South African billionaire Morris Kahn, Miriam and Sheldon Adelson, Lynn Schusterman, and others.

“Space is hard,” said Ehud Hayun, a space systems engineer at Israel Aerospace Industries. “I’m not crushed, I’m disappointed, but I’m very proud of what we achieved. We had a lot of success along the way, until the hard landing. We knew it was a risky mission, and the risk we were taking to build it cheap and fast. But we tried.”

SpaceIL co-founder Yariv Bash said it would take about two or three years to get another prototype ready for a moon landing. Netanyahu asked philanthropist Kahn to fund it again, though Kahn expressed hope that a second run would cost a little less.

Opher Doron, the general manager of the Space Division at Israel Aerospace Industries, said engineers were still studying the problem that led to the crash. Currently, they believed there had been a failure with one of the telemetry (altitude) measurement units, which caused a chain of events that ended up cutting the main engine about 10 kilometers (6 miles) above the moon’s surface. Without the main engine, the spacecraft could not properly brake in time to make a gentle landing, instead crashing onto the surface.

The three SpaceIL cofounders, who first decided to participate in the GoogleX Lunar Prize contest 8.5 years ago, said they would continue their mission of space education and of encouraging children to enter science fields.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, with engineers and SpaceIL founders in the Yehud control room, vowed to try again for the moon after the Beresheet spacecraft crashed on April 11, 2019. (courtesy)

“I want to turn to kids that might be watching us,” Yonatan Winetraub said in a press conference after the crash. “We didn’t reach the moon in one piece. That sucks. However, engineering and science are hard. Sometimes it doesn’t work the first time, sometimes it doesn’t work the second or third time. But it will work.”

“I want to encourage you to continue studying these things so you can one day reach the moon, and the stars,” he added.

“This is not what we were hoping for, but I think in the last few years we made history,” said Kfir Damari.

“We got Israel to places we couldn’t have imagined before. It was a long journey. We got Israel to the moon, together, this whole team. Now it’s the kids’ job to continue to build future spacecraft to reach the moon.”

“This is what happens, this is space,” said Morris Kahn. “Space has its dangers, it’s a frontier that’s very difficult. We accepted the challenge. I’m glad we did it. We chose to dream, we chose to do, and we were not afraid.”

“We are still the seventh country to get to the moon,” said Winetraub. “And that is still pretty incredible.”