October 11, 2023

It’s only Wednesday and yet this week feels more like a month has passed since news of Hamas’ invasion of Israel. News reports, and kudos to the reporters risking their lives to bring us coverage firsthand, of Hamas’ behavior that butchered children, young girls and the elderly shakes us to our core — and it should. Divisions among us will always exist. Differences of opinion will always exist. Barbaric brutality inflicted on each other should not; The crown of achievement for any school, from elementary to university, is the designation of being a top performing school. A new analysis of which school beats all the rest not only surprises but is a testament of how systemic racism holds back students; Finally, one politician understands the motives of migrants streaming to the US, and is starting to spread the message; Discovery in Italy excites Biblical scholars; A new app that encourages socializing with ‘saved’ favorite places; and Dolphins in the Brazilian Amazon are dying in unprecedented numbers and there’s nothing that can be done. Go beyond the headlines…

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Thousands of Fish, Dolphins Are Dying in the Brazilian Amazon as Water Temperatures Soar

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