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Abuse survivors demand Vatican transparency, accountability


Survivors of clergy sexual abuse met with organizers of a Vatican prevention summit Wednesday and demanded transparency, zero tolerance for abuse and for religious superiors to be held accountable when they protect priests who rape and molest children.

French far-right EU candidate says his party equals progress

The top French far-right candidate in European parliamentary elections says that his party epitomizes progress with its return to an emphasis on protectionism.

As suicide rates rise, college students band together in unprecedented effort

By Emilie Ikeda

Suicide is the second leading cause of death among teens, prompting college students to organize an unprecedented national mental health conference.

Lefties turns on anti-Trump CNN after network hires ex-Jeff Sessions spokeswoman Sarah Isgur

By Brian Flood

The notoriously anti-Trump CNN is under fire by the left after hiring Jeff Sessions-era Justice Department spokeswoman Sarah Isgur Flores to help coordinate political coverage for the 2020 campaign – but some feel the outrage is justified while others think it’s an example of bias in the media industry.

NASA spots mysterious 'dragon' aurora in the sky

By Christopher Carbone

NASA released a spectacular image of a huge "dragon" aurora charging quietly across the night sky over Iceland. 

Maryland Gov. Hogan not ruling out 2020 primary challenge to Trump

By Alex Pappas

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan said in an interview Wednesday he isn’t ruling out a Republican primary challenge to President Trump, saying he’s skeptical the president could pull off another general election victory.

'NCIS' star Mark Harmon shares the advice his late father gave him that led him to success

By Tyler McCarthy

While Mark Harmon may be best known for his role as Leroy Jethro Gibbs on the CBS drama “NCIS,” he’s had a long and illustrious career in show business. According to him, his success can be credited in large part to the advice of his father.

Doctors have been prescribing fentanyl to the wrong patients for years, new study finds

By Elizabeth Llorente

Prescription fentanyl, a highly potent and immediate-release drug meant for people with advanced cancer who have been on an opioid treatment, has been inappropriately prescribed to people who did not meet the criteria, says a new study by Johns Hopkins University researchers.

5,600-year-old human skull bone fished out of the Thames by lucky 'mudlarker'

By Brandon Specktor Senior Writer

Humans have lived alongside England's River Thames for thousands of years, and they've left some interesting things behind in its muddy waters: wooden clubs for bashing in heads , a toilet that fits three butts at once and sometimes, even bits of human skulls.

ISIS nightmare prompts some Muslims in the Middle East to convert to Christianity

By Hollie McKay

Almost five years after ISIS slaughtered its way onto the scene in Iraq and Syria – brandishing their extreme yet much-denounced version of Islam – some in the Middle East are coming out to announce their conversion to Christianity, seeking another Abrahamic faith to drown out the nightmares of life under the terrorist tirade.

Betsy DeVos to visit struggling South Carolina schools


U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos is visiting a South Carolina area known as the "Corridor of Shame" due to its underperforming schools.

Pentagon cloud-computing contract sought by Amazon faces new hurdle

By John D. McKinnon

A federal judge delayed a lawsuit over a massive Pentagon cloud-computing contract Amazon.com Inc. was favored to win so the government could investigate what it said was “new information” on possible conflicts of interest in the procurement process.