A former police officer in El Salvador has been charged with killing four people, but the graves near his home may yield as many as 40 bodies. And there are questions about nine others who have been charged in connection with the slayings.

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Benjamin Netanyahu’s twelve-year run as prime minister of Israel has come to an end as the new coalition government led by Naftali Bennett and Yair Lapid was sworn in Sunday after a narrow 60-59 vote in the Knesset.

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Scientists at the University of Glasgow claim to have developed a method for detecting life in outer space and collecting samples—with an eye to cloning it in a lab back here on Earth.Continue Reading

Israel and Hamas both claimed victory in the recent conflict while President Joe Biden took credit for arranging the cease-fire. So, we’re basically back where we were two weeks ago. What’s next?

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Cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum suffered major losses after China tightened restrictions that ban financial institutions from offering services involving cryptos. Note: China’s central bank announced its own digital currency just six weeks ago.

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An important study by researchers at the Salk Institute published last Friday is a reminder that we don’t know as much about SARS-CoV-2, COVID-19, and the experimental vaccines as we’ve been told.

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced Monday that he’s willing to let Naftali Bennett of the Yamina party take the first turn in a power-sharing arrangement, but it’s not certain that Bennett is ready to agree.

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