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Jerusalem violence leads to rockets, air strikesMiddle East · May 10, 2021 · 10:46 PM UTC
Palestinian militants in the Gaza Strip fired rockets toward the Jerusalem area and southern Israel on Monday, carrying out a threat to punish Israel for violent confrontations with Palestinians in Jerusalem.
EnergyPipeline hackers say their aim is cash, not chaos
United StatesU.S. authorizes Pfizer/BioNTech COVID vaccine for children 12 to 15
WorldU.S. military ship fires 30 warning shots after encounter with Iranian vessels
Healthcare & PharmaceuticalsBiden revives LGBT protections against healthcare discrimination
TechnologyCryptocurrency ethereum hits new record high again; dogecoin slumps
United StatesTop U.S. House Republican sets Wednesday vote for Cheney ouster
SportsHawks face Wizards, make run at postseason position
The Atlanta Hawks might be close to getting an important piece of their starting lineup back, just as they prepare to make a run for the No. 4 seed in the NBA Eastern Conference.
Sustainable BusinessSSE, Equinor plan new gas power plant with carbon capture in Scotland
British utility SSE (SSE.L) and Norwegian energy firm Equinor (EQNR.OL) are jointly developing a new gas-fired power plant equipped with carbon capture technology (CCS) at Peterhead in Scotland, they said on Tuesday.