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Pope Francis changes the church's teaching on death penalty, says it is always inadmissible because it “attacks” human dignity.
Records obtained by the AP show that a prominent political donor has helped pornographers, payday loan debt collectors and offshore gambling operations get past the gates of the banking system.
A new law in Victoria gives children the legal right to know who their donors are, no matter what those donors were promised, AP finds.
Press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders says Trump's tweet about how his attorney general should end Mueller's Russia probe was an opinion, not an order.
The painstaking process of analyzing and identifying dozens of remains from the 1950-53 conflict could take months if not years.
Among other things, the social network is forcing political ad buyers to verify their identities by receiving mail at a known U.S. address.
The efforts include boosting financial aid for women needing to travel long distances to terminate a pregnancy, and raising awareness about the option of do-it-yourself abortions.
Disgraced pizza magnate John Schnatter tells AP the chain needs him back as its public face, and that it was a mistake for the company to scrub him from its marketing materials.
“A Room on the Garden Side” draws upon the famed author's experiences as a correspondent and combatant during World War II.
The university is investigating claims by the ex-wife of a recently fired assistant coach that Urban Meyer's wife knew of allegations of the former assistant's abusive behavior.