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Undercover Israeli security force members arrest a Palestinian protester Monday at the Damascus Gate in Jerusalem. Ilia Yefimovich/dpa/picture alliance via Getty Images hide caption

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Middle East

20 Reported Killed In Israeli Airstrikes On Gaza After Hamas Fires Rockets At Israel

The violent exchange followed intense clashes between Israeli police and Palestinians in Jerusalem, prompting Jewish organizers to cancel the annual Jerusalem Day march.

Undercover Israeli security force members arrest a Palestinian protester Monday at the Damascus Gate in Jerusalem. Ilia Yefimovich/dpa/picture alliance via Getty Images hide caption

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24 Reported Killed In Israeli Airstrikes On Gaza After Hamas Fires Rockets At Israel

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Ash the cat selects the Kanizsa square stimulus — in other words, the illusion of a square — in a new study in which pet owners provided the data. Tara McCready hide caption

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Cats Take 'If I Fits I Sits' Seriously, Even If The Space Is Just An Illusion

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The Biden administration says the government will protect gay and transgender people against sex discrimination in health care. In this 2017 photo, Equality March for Unity and Pride participants march past the White House in Washington. Carolyn Kaster/AP hide caption

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U.S. Will Protect Gay And Transgender People Against Discrimination In Health Care

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California Gov. Gavin Newsom speaks during a press conference in Oakland, Calif., on Monday where he announced a new round of $600 stimulus checks residents making up to $75,000 a year. Newsom also announced a projected $75.7 billion budget surplus compared to last year's projected $54.3 billion shortfall. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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Facing A Recall And A Massive Surplus, Gov. Newsom Proposes More Stimulus Checks

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Brood X Is Back — But Cicadas Have Been In Chinese Art For Millennia

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