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Cardinal McCarrick, prominent US Catholic, resigns over abuse claims – BBC News

Pope Francis has accepted the resignation of a prominent US cardinal accused of sexually assaulting a teenager nearly 50 years ago.Theodore McCarrick, 88, a former Archbishop of Washington, must also carry out "penance and prayer" pending a canonical trial, the … Continue reading

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Prominent Sociologist Spotlights Community Organizations’ Role in Crime Reduction

America’s cities overall have experienced a remarkable decline in crime that began in the 1990s and that has brought improvements in civic life in some surprising ways. But the strategies that played a significant part in reducing crime – including … Continue reading

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PROMINENT SJW HAS SECOND THOUGHTS: Cry him a river! Olympic figure skater Adam Rippon is pissed that…

PROMINENT SJW HAS SECOND THOUGHTS: Cry him a river! Olympic figure skater Adam Rippon is pissed that he dug his own grave: During a press conference Tuesday, Rippon — the first openly gay athlete selected to a U.S. Winter Olympic … Continue reading

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Vietnam appeals court upholds 7-year sentence for prominent rights lawyer

[JURIST] A Vietnamese appeals court on Tuesday upheld the seven-year sentence of prominent rights lawyer and dissident Cu Huy Ha Vu, convicted in April [JURIST report] of carrying out anti-state propaganda. The court dismissed the appeal [AP report] despite Vu’s … Continue reading

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Federal Analysts Believe Rate of Medical Errors Increasing a Decade After Prominent Study

In November 1999, the Institute of Medicine (“IOM”) issued a comprehensive report, authored by 22 top medical experts, titled “To Err is Human” in which it  concluded that approximately 98,000 people die each year from preventable medical errors.  Recently, a … Continue reading

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