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- House Republicans unveil bill to speed deportations of border children
- Californians protest middle school for hiring white man to teach cultural studies
- Killer’s sentencing overturned because mother couldn’t find seat in courtroom
Topic - Martin
Proving once again that this isn't your grandpa's pontiff, Pope Francis told reporters that "the door is always open" to discussion of Catholic priests being allowed to forgo their vow of celibacy.
A large sculpture of a heart is now in place as a memorial outside the northern Indiana grocery store where a gunman killed two women in January.
A young girl who lost part of her left leg in the Boston Marathon bombings has made great progress over the past 11 months, even as she and her family mourn her brother, who was killed in the attack.
A man suspected of starting a fire at a suburban Denver condominium complex has surrendered.
Saying the city's top law enforcement officer had lost the trust of officials, a city manager fired the central Florida chief who was criticized for his agency's initial investigation of Trayvon Martin's shooting death at the hands of a neighborhood watch volunteer.
Court records show Martin Lawrence has filed for divorce from his wife of nearly two years.
"Touch" hero Jake Bohm is obsessed with numbers, and in a voice-over on this week's premiere episode, the otherwise mute 11-year-old numerologist shares an interesting statistic: "Today the average person will say 2,250 words to 7.4 other individuals."
"Together, their deeply shared belief was that we have an obligation to give back to this country that has given us so much. And that's what I've tried to do with my life, is to give back, to work hard," he told the Associated Press on Tuesday. "I have regarded the measure of my life as not how much money I make, but how many people I help."
"I do what I think is right and let the chips fall where they may," he said. "I fight tenaciously and relentlessly for people when they need help and for causes that make a difference in people's lives, and that's what I'll do if I'm elected U.S. senator."