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Cardinal Burke to Guam to Investigate Alleged Sex Abuse Case

Cardinal Burke to Guam to Investigate Alleged Sex Abuse Case

By Nicole Winfield | Feb 15
The Vatican has sent conservative Cardinal Raymond Burke to the Pacific island of Guam to investigate an important case of sexual abuse.

What a Pickle: Australian Theater Worker Finds Cucumber After 'Fifty Shades Darker' Screening

What a Pickle: Australian Theater Worker Finds Cucumber After 'Fifty Shades Darker' Screening

Feb 15
Here's one way to spice up the "Fifty Shades" franchise.

Investigations Into Russia to Continue After Flynn's Exit

Investigations Into Russia to Continue After Flynn's Exit

By Eileen Sullivan | Feb 15
US intelligence agencies and Congress will continue to investigate Russia's involvement in the 2016 presidential election, even after President Donald Trump fired his national security adviser for providing inaccurate accounts of his contacts with Russia

Disney Ends Deal With YouTube Star Over Anti-Semitic Stunt

Disney Ends Deal With YouTube Star Over Anti-Semitic Stunt

By Mae Anderson | Feb 14
Disney's Maker Studios and Google's YouTube are distancing themselves from a top YouTube star after he made jokes construed as anti-Semitic and posted Nazi imagery in his videos.

Lancet Paper Examines What Trump Presidency May Mean for Global Health

Lancet Paper Examines What Trump Presidency May Mean for Global Health

By Eric Brus | Feb 14
In a recent paper published online in The Lancet, three British and U.S. health policy analysts provide a scorecard for evaluating the potential impact of a Trump presidency and its expected policies on global health.

In Scathing Facebook Post, Moby Asserts Knowledge of Trump Blackmail, #WaterSportsGate

In Scathing Facebook Post, Moby Asserts Knowledge of Trump Blackmail, #WaterSportsGate

Feb 14
While President Donald Trump was openly discussing the North Korean missile crisis in a public room at Mar-a-Lago last weekend, Grammy-winning music superstar Moby claims to have heard damaging information on the 45th president's administration.

Russian Lawmakers Mount Fierce Defense of Flynn

Russian Lawmakers Mount Fierce Defense of Flynn

By Nataliya Vasilyeva | Feb 14
Russian lawmakers on Tuesday mounted a fierce defense of U.S. President Donald Trump's former national security adviser, who resigned following reports that he misled White House officials about his contacts with Russia.

Trump's Options For Restoring Travel Ban

Trump's Options For Restoring Travel Ban

By Sam Hananel | Feb 13
Trump said Friday that he has "no doubt" he will win the case in court and told reporters he's considering signing a "brand-new order" on immigration.

UN Security Council Meeting Sought Over N Korea Missile Test

UN Security Council Meeting Sought Over N Korea Missile Test

By Eric Talmadge | Feb 13
The United States, Japan and South Korea have requested urgent diplomatic talks at the United Nations on Monday over North Korea's latest ballistic missile launch with Seoul condemning what it called "serious military and security threats"

Tear Gas Thrown At Gay Party In Croatian Capital, 2 Hurt

Tear Gas Thrown At Gay Party In Croatian Capital, 2 Hurt

Feb 12
At least two people have been injured after an unknown assailant threw a tear gas canister during a party for LGBT people in Croatia's capital.

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