Pope Francis issued a historic apology Monday for the Catholic Church's cooperation with Canada's "catastrophic" policy of Indigenous residential schools, saying the forced assimilation of Native peoples into Christian society destroyed their cultures, severed families and marginalized generations (July 25)
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“Yesterday my world ended.”
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via GoFundMeIn the wake of the Highland Park Fourth of July parade mass shooting, the story of 8-year-old Cooper Roberts’ survival was embraced by many following updates on the boy’s recovery.And more than a month after the massacre, Roberts is long out of intensive care—but his family says he is now in “constant pain” and “hopeless, sad, and angry” at the realization he is paralyzed.In a sobering and gut-wrenching statement released Tuesday, the Roberts family said they want people to see the u
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Nina Lipscomb had been missing for four days when the boy found her alive.
Prosecutors said that Nicole Linton, who is facing manslaughter charges after allegedly causing a fiery car crash in Los Angeles County, harmed herself and was involuntarily committed for psychiatric treatment multiple times before the wreck, the Los Angeles Times reports.
A fight between two monks in Thailand resulted in one of them dying. Khlong Larn Police Station officers responded to Wat Mai Thong Chai Temple in the central province of Kamphaeng Phet, where they discovered Kumart Absuwan, 64, unconscious on the floor with a bloody and bruised face on Tuesday afternoon. Kumart was taken to Khlong Lan Hospital, where he later succumbed to his injuries.
The lawsuit represents more than 100 people, including minors, who were alleged to have been sexually assaulted by 88 priests and staff working at the Quebec diocese starting in 1940, according to a court document and a news release issued by the Arsenault Dufresne Wee firm which filed the class action. In the filing in Quebec Superior Court, an anonymous complainant alleges Ouellet inappropriately touched her, including by rubbing her shoulders and back, and made comments that made her feel uncomfortable.
Neighbors told KIRO 7 that people have changed their walking patterns to avoid the area.
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“It was very hectic,” said police officers who were at the scene.
The Union County Sheriff’s Office is requesting the public’s help giving a name to their newest employee, a German Shepherd.
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The body of Tristyn Bailey, 13, a seventh-grader at Patriot Oaks Academy in Saint Johns, was discovered Sunday, May 9, 2021.
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Rescuers resumed a search Tuesday for a man who never resurfaced after jumping from a bridge made popular by the film “Jaws" in Martha's Vineyard.
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Authorities in Northern California have announced a new phase in the ongoing search for a teenager who disappeared after a party 11 days ago. Kiely Rodni, 16, was last seen on Aug. 6 around 12:30 a.m. local time near the Prosser Family Campground in the small town of Truckee, some 20 miles north of Lake Tahoe. "Her cellphone went dead and became virtually untraceable shortly after," Angela Musallam, public information officer for the Placer County Sheriff's Office, told ABC News during an interview that aired Aug. 9 on "Good Morning America."
A man and woman were arrested at Cedar Point after four witnesses told police they saw the couple engaged in sexual intercourse while on one of the amusement park’s rides on Sunday.
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The CEO of gunmaker Smith & Wesson on Monday blamed politicians “and their lobbying partners in the media” for a “crisis of violence” two weeks after House lawmakers subpoenaed the company for information about the manufacture and sale of its AR-15 style firearms. “They are the ones to blame for the surge in violence and…
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Wendy's employee Antoine Kendrick is being charged with second degree murder after altercation with customer.
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The Oklahoma mom said she was only inside the Walmart for five minutes, but police said footage revealed she was shopping for at least a half hour.
(Reuters) -National Muslim groups have linked the killings of four Muslim men in New Mexico over the past year to sectarianism, but Muslims who knew the victims and suspected gunman point to revenge and personal feuds as possible motives. Police last week arrested Afghan refugee Muhammad Syed, 51, as the prime suspect in the shootings of four Muslim men in New Mexico's largest city, Albuquerque. Syed, who is scheduled to appear at a bail hearing Wednesday, has denied involvement.
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The beachgoer believes if he had waited any longer to swim out, “those girls wouldn’t have made it.”
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A police report obtained by E! News details Ariana Biermann's conversation with officers during her DUI arrest. Plus, hear her mom Kim Zolciak-Biermann's response to the charges Ariana is facing.