In a bombshell statement published last weekend when Pope Francis was in Ireland, Archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano, the former Vatican ambassador to Washington, urged Francis to resign on the grounds he knew for years about the sexual misconduct of an American cardinal and did nothing.
Since 2004, when Pittsburgh took Roethlisberger with the 11th overall pick, the Steelers have have won the division seven times, made the postseason 10 times, appeared in three Super Bowls, and won the Lombardi Trophy twice. Over that same stretch, only one team — surprise, surprise, it’s the Patriots — has a better record. Pittsburgh is 163-82, a 66.5 winning percentage, while New England is 196-59 (76.9 percent).
A California man was charged with threatening to kill employees of The Boston Globe newspaper, who he called “the enemy of the people,” federal officials said Thursday.
Robert Chain, 68, from Encino, allegedly made 14 threatening calls from August 10 through the 22 to the paper. He is charged with one count of making threatening communications in interstate commerce, according to a statement from Andrew Lelling, the U.S. Attorney for the District of Massachusetts.
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On Sunday, The Telegraph reported that Facebook removed some “Conversion therapy” adverts that targeted members of the LGBT community after reports about a flaw with the micro-targeting algorithm employed by the social media giant for choosing audiences for ads.
Chick-fil-A added five new menu items to its repertoire in hopes that the new adjustments may make the frenetic back-to-school season a little easier.
According to a Monday news release, the new items include 30-count nuggets, Waffle Potato Chips, an “improved” fruit cup, plus two new catering menu options: a Grilled Chicken Bundle and a Spicy Grilled Chicken Sub sandwich. >> Read more trending news
A Chinese state-owned company reportedly hacked former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s email server, then inserted code that forwarded them a copy of virtually every email she sent or received after that — a revelation President Trump is demanding be investigated.