A man who says he was repeatedly sexually abused as a teen by his Catholic priest more than two decades ago filed a lawsuit against the now-defrocked priest and the Archdiocese of Denver. (Jan 19) (AP video shot by Thomas Peipert)
- The Conversation
Many prominent Christians believe in inerrancy, or that the Bible is without error. Godong/Universal Images Group via Getty ImagesIn his farewell address at the 2021 Southern Baptist Convention, outgoing president J.D. Greear acknowledged the internal disputes but assured attendees that the Baptist faith continues to affirm “those doctrines most contested in our culture,” such as “the authority, and the inerrancy, and the sufficiency of scripture.” Recently, other prominent Christians have toute
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The Texas man accused of taking two monkeys from the Dallas Zoo and tampering with other exhibits calmly visited a Dallas aquarium, where employees quickly identified him as the suspect in a string of odd zoo incidents.
Two kids from Missouri who had been missing for almost a year after being abducted were found safe at a Winn-Dixie grocery store in Florida, police said.
- The Hill
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis’s (R) administration has filed a complaint against an Orlando foundation over a drag holiday event it hosted in which minors were allowed to attend the show. The complaint, which was filed Friday, alleges that the Orlando Philharmonic Plaza Foundation violated state law in allowing for a person to “commit lewd or…
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Pope Francis accused some of his critics Sunday of taking advantage of retired Pope Benedict XVI’s death to score ideological points in the latest salvo in the partisan divide of the Catholic Church. During an airborne news conference returning from South Sudan, Francis was asked about the criticism that accelerated after the Dec. 31 death of Benedict, who lived in the Vatican as an emeritus pope alongside Francis for the first 10 years of his pontificate. In the days and weeks after his death, Benedict’s longtime secretary and some conservative cardinals came out with books, interviews and memos criticizing Francis’ papacy.
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Democratic New York City Mayor Eric Adams slept at the Brooklyn Cruise Terminal, where a housing facility for migrants was set up, to show how warm and welcoming the housing is.
The Mouse House wants to create a perfect vacation environment, but those smiling "cast members" might not be smiling on the inside.
"Arrogant", "discreet" - Lucy Williamson visits the apartment block where the brothers first settled.
Federal agents discovered a dumpster filled with almost 250 working rifles and shotguns in Oklahoma, and allege that a man was given 2 free shotguns to hang on his wall
A gun store owner may have improperly disposed of the weapons and his staff may have given a man two shotguns for free with no background check.
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She was described as a female Charles Manson and sentenced to 110 years in prison. But the man who prosecuted her no longer believes she's guilty.
Parents in Huber Heights were left confused and angry after they say a school bus driver refused to let children off of a bus Thursday afternoon.
- The Conversation
Famine, subjugation and nuclear fallout: How Soviet experience helped sow resentment among Ukrainians toward Russia
A statue commemorating the Ukrainian famine, in which millions died. Ukrainian Presidency/Handout/Anadolu Agency via Getty ImagesUkraine and Russia share a great deal in the way of history and culture – indeed for long periods in the past, the neighboring countries were part of larger empires encompassing both territories. But that history – especially during the Soviet period from 1922 to 1991, in which Ukraine was absorbed into the communist bloc – has also bred resentment. Opinions of the mer
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Two Missouri children were found inside a supermarket in Florida nearly a year after they were abducted, according to law enforcement officials. Brooke Gilley and Adrian Gilley were found on Wednesday at a Florida Winn-Dixie with their non-custodial mother, Kristi Nicole Gilley, the High Springs Police Department said on Thursday.
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The FTX saga enters a weird(er) phase, and jilted influencers decry a Rally rugpull.
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The woman had serious burns over 30% of her body, police said.
- The New York Times
For 14 months, officers from the high-profile Scorpion unit of the Memphis Police Department in Tennessee patrolled city streets with an air of menace, zooming up on targets, jumping out of their Dodge Chargers at a dead run, shouting at people to get out of their vehicles, lie down on the ground. They did it to Damecio Wilbourn, 28, and his brother as they pulled up to an apartment building last February. They surrounded Davitus Collier, 32, as he went to buy beer for his father in May. And las
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A student was arrested after cell phone video surfaced this week of two boys viciously beating a girl aboard a school bus in Florida, district officials said.
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Tent city bans haven't solved America's homelessness crisis. A Denver program is trying something new: Compassion.
Parks have became among the most visible places where unhoused people create their own shelters and communities. A Denver program aims to help them.
A couple told News Center 7 investigators medically kidnapped their newborn babies and they are warning other parents it could happen to them too.
- South Bend Tribune
Debate continues surrounding a retiring South Bend police officer's problematic tattoo and how to enforce the department's ban on offensive symbols.