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Report: Pennsylvania Priests “Abused Thousands Of Children”

(From BBC News) The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has released a grand jury report detailing sex abuse in the Catholic Church, naming over 300 accused clergymen. The landmark grand jury investigation found more than 1,000 children had been abused by members...

UN: Up to 30,000 Islamic State Members Remain in Iraq, Syria

(From UPI) As many as 30,000 members of the Islamic State terrorist group remain in Iraq and Syria, a U.N. report indicates. The report released Monday states that a core of between 20,000 and 30,000 IS members, including leadership and...

Tuesday’s Primary Elections Results

(From USA Today) Here’s a look at results from Tuesday’s primary contests in Wisconsin, Minnesota, Connecticut and Vermont, where voters cast ballots for House, Senate and gubernatorial races (see article link below). Click here for the article.

Turkey Increases Tariffs on Some US Goods, Escalating Feud

(From AP News) Turkey said Wednesday it is increasing tariffs on imports of certain U.S. products, including rice, cars, alcohol and coal — escalating a feud with the United States that has helped trigger a currency crisis . The Turkish...

Kris Kobach Wins Republican Nomination for Kansas Governor

(From UPI) Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach narrowly defeated Gov. Jeff Colyer to claim the state’s Republican nomination for governor Tuesday. Colyer, announced his concession Tuesday night, trailing Kobach by 345 votes as provisional ballots in Johnson County were...

“Foreshadow” Attack Affects Intel Chips

(From BBC News) Nicknamed Foreshadow, this is the third significant flaw to affect the company’s chips this year. The US government’s body for computer security said “an attacker could exploit this vulnerability to obtain sensitive information”. Click here for article.

An Alternative to Facebook and Twitter Aims to Challenge Their Duopoly

(From The Daily Caller) The three tech companies [Facebook, Google, and Twitter] have come under fire for their data collection, privacy, and censorship policies. Together, they control almost the everything users see on the Internet. Almost. In balancing transparency and...