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Israeli protesters press on against PM Netanyahu

JERUSALEM — Thousands of Israelis protested again Saturday against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, demanding that the long-serving leader resign over corruption charges against him and for allegedly mishandling the coronavirus crisis.

In graying Italy, the old defy biases laid bare by pandemic

ROME – From his newsstand at the bottom of two hilly streets in Rome, Armando Alviti has been dispensing newspapers, magazines and good cheer to locals from before dawn till after dusk nearly every day for more than a half-century.

GOP torn over Trump’s Electoral College challenge of Biden

WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump's extraordinary challenge of his election defeat by President-elect Joe Biden is becoming a defining moment for the Republican Party before next week's joint session of Congress to confirm the Electoral College results.

Claude Bolling, popular jazz-classical musician, dead at 90

NEW YORK – Claude Bolling, the French pianist, composer and arranger who attained a worldwide following through his melodic blend of jazz and classical influences and stayed on the Billboard classical charts for more than a decade with his 1975 album “Suite for Flute and Jazz Piano,” has died.

Mexico City ban on single-use plastics takes effect

MEXICO CITY – A broad ban on single-use containers, forks, straws and other ubiquitous items took effect Friday in Mexico’s capital, one of the world’s largest cities, after more than a year of preparation.