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Ken Abramowitz on the threats facing Israel
More than 3,500 species worldwide are harmful to people, animals, and plants.
Remote workers are experiencing loneliness and severe psychological distress, says new study.
Musk blames ADL for ad revenue decline
Increases in wage rates will be met by high inflation, consuming workers' rising income despite a persistent labor shortage.
A group of international researchers is helping governments determine cost-effective 'disruptive' distribution of electricity.
As Paraguay returns its embassy to Jerusalem, it is time to reassess its ties to Israel.
The human gut breaks down glucosinolates into isothiocynates, the latter of which have health benefits.
A Byzantine Catholic diocese that has seen three bishops in six years is greeting another one.
An expert on liturgy and hymnody, Very Reverend Pipta becomes pastor over Byzantine Catholics in 12 states.
The tri-border area formed by the conjoined borders of Argentina, Brazil, and Argentina allows drug cartels, illegal markets, and terrorists to operate freely.
A medical practice in accord with Catholic religious and ethical principles is facing investigation by activist AG Dana Nessel.