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Tensions are simmering between Israel and Hezbollah after the Israeli Air Force shot down an Iranian-built drone launched by the terrorist group as it attempted to cross into Israel airspace.
A fifth-grade teacher has sent home a note to parents mandating that students use only politically correct pronouns in class.
European Union boss Jean-Claude Juncker has charted a course for a much more powerful superbloc of nations in his controversial State of the Union address.
Bacteria appear to be innovating faster than the global health community.
Israel has been repeatedly warning against Iran's military ambitions to establish a territorial "corridor" all the way to the Mediterranean, and an increased Iranian presence on Israel's northern border.
The march toward a cashless society has now moved from the theoretical to the phase of widespread adoption.
Earthquake swarms at Yellowstone raise concerns as worldwide natural disasters spread destruction.
British security services estimate that of the 850 Brits that left the country to fight for ISIS in Iraq and Syria, 400 have returned. Yet, none of them to date have been charged with war crimes.
In the world of high technology and Internet media, government censors are far from the only threat to free speech.