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BREAKING NEWS: LDS Church Responds To Reports Of Spike In Youth Suicides Since LGBT...

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints responds to a report of increased youth suicides in the days since its LGBT policy was reaffirmed and sanctions were announced.

Russell M. Nelson named 17th president of LDS Church

President Russell M. Nelson was announced as the 17th president and prophet of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Tuesday morning.
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Saudi Starbucks Refuses Service To Women

A Starbucks in Saudi Arabia's capital is refusing to serve women after its "gender wall" collapsed.
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BYU formally gives honor code amnesty to victims of sexual assault

Brigham Young University has formally adopted an amnesty policy that will allow victims and witnesses of sexual assault to report crimes without facing punishment for sexual misconduct and violating the school's honor code.

North Carolina diocese publishes names of credibly accused clergy

A Catholic diocese in North Carolina on Monday published the names of 14 clergy it says have been credibly accused of having sexually abused children during its nearly 50-year history.

Pope: Selective abortion is Nazi mentality

 Pope Francis on Saturday said those having abortions because a fetus has disabilities or malformations have a Nazi mindset.

Evangelist Billy Graham’s body taken to his hometown in 130-mile procession

Thousands of mourners and well-wishers lined the streets in North Carolina on Saturday to see a 10-car motorcade with a hearse carrying the body of the Rev. Billy Graham, one of the world's most famous Christian evangelists.

North Korea Charged U.S. Prisoner $300,000 In Hospital Fees

An American who was freed from captivity in North Korea in 2014 said Pyongyang billed him $300,000 in hospitalization fees after his release.
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Atheist Group’s Billboard Encourages Skipping Church On Christmas

A group known as American Atheists have posted controversial billboards discouraging drivers from attending church on Christmas.
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Austria Seizing Home Where Hitler Was Born; May Turn It Into Refugee Center

Austria's cabinet approved plans to expropriate the Braunau am Inn, Austria, house in which Adolf Hitler was born.