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(JERUSALEM) — Israel's parliament approved a new coalition government on Sunday that sent Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu into the opposition after a record 12 years in office and a political crisis that sparked four elections in two years. Naftali Bennett, the head of a small ultranationalist party, was sworn in as prime minister after a narrow …
There are at least 81 million or so Americans who would like to forget all about Donald Trump and his presidency. Late-night television host Stephen Colbert has stopped saying his name altogether, referring to him simply as "the former president." But the ongoing stream of criminal charges arising from the Jan. 6 riot at the Capitol have made it al…
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In today's top stories, the Consumer Price Index for US goods and services climbed more than 5% in May, signaling period of inflation ahead. In other news, the US and the UK announce travel restrictions due to the pandemic will soon be eased. And finally, Bethesda's Starfield trailer revealed ahead of Microsoft's E3 showcase, coming Nov. 11, 2022.…
No more Netanyahu. After 12 years in power, a new ragtag Israeli coalition has ousted Benjamin Netanyahu, replacing him with right-wing nationalist Naftali Bennett as Prime Minister. After urging world leaders to get tough on China at the G-7 meeting in England, U.S. President Joe Biden heads to Brussels today for the NATO summit. And he's top dog …
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Generally speaking, when you mention tornadoes in Canada, we normally do not think of ...well..Canada. We immediately think “Tornado Alley USA”! So when what happened back in 1892 happened and it was so bad that it is still in the top 10 today….we MUST investigate what happened back then, on this day in weather history.…
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It's been an absolutely huge morning of E3 with the Xbox + Bethesda & Square Enix E3 showcases taking place. There's way too much to talk about here so you should definitely head to the website, but here are the highlights. Starfield is releasing on November 11th and it's exclusive to Xbox Series X and PC. We got a new look at the campaign and mult…
Included in this episode:1. In Europe, Joe Biden Tries to Reset Relationships After Trump 2. Netanyahu’s Greatest Achievement Was Convincing Israel He Alone Transformed the State 3. Why We Turn to the Word ‘Surreal’ Whenever Something Terrible Happens 4. Column: How Whales Can Teach Us to Be Better Humans…
Former President Donald Trump often used his appearances at international summits to unload insults, badger world leaders and exert his dominance over America’s traditional allies. Now, Joe Biden is using his first major foreign trip as President to prove things will be a little different under his leadership.…