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U.S. Agents Already Sifting Rubble of Kenya Mall Attack

U.S. federal agents have joined a team of international investigators to sift through the still smoking rubble of the Kenyan shopping mall that was …

Pakistan blasts: Angry protests after Peshawar church attack

<b>Protests and vigils have taken place across Pakistan as Christians demand better protection after suicide blasts killed at least 80 people at a church.</b><p>Sunday's double suicide bombing is thought to be Pakistan's deadliest attack against Christians.<p>Many burials have taken place and candlelight vigils …

Syria crisis: starving children forced to survive on fruit, leaves and nuts

Children in Syria are eating fruit, nuts and leaves and drinking dirty water to survive as families find it increasingly hard to feed themselves in a civil war that has left 100,000 people dead.<p>A report from Save the Children says restrictions on movement and massive inflation are severely limiting …

H. Adam Ackley, Transgender Theology Professor, Asked To Leave California's Azusa Pacific University

(RNS) A California Christian university has asked a professor who was once its chair of theology and philosophy to leave after he came out as transgender.<p>Heather Clements taught theology at Azusa Pacific University for 15 years, but this past year, he began referring to himself as H. Adam Ackley. …

Georgia Bride Calls Off Wedding, Then Invites 200 Homeless People To Crash Her Big Day!

After a Georgia bride canceled her lavish wedding last minute, she decided to still a find a way to bring joy to her big day.<p>With just 40 days to go until her wedding, Carol and Willie Fowler’s daughter called off her wedding for reasons she declined to share, ABC News reported. Rather than cancel …

Ex-Pope Benedict denies abuse cover-up

<b>The former Pope, Benedict XVI, has denied any role in covering up child sex abuse by priests, in his first public comments since retirement.</b><p>The emeritus Pope, as he is now known, addressed the issue in a detailed letter to a prominent atheist, which also covered many other matters.<p>It is thought to …

'Naming The Dead' Project Aims To Identify Pakistan Drone Strike Victims

A nonprofit organization launched a project on Monday that aims to identify people killed by U.S. drone strikes in Pakistan, reportedly in response to Washington's lack of transparency surrounding such attacks.<p>The London-based Bureau for Investigative Journalism announced plans for its "Naming The …

Obama Isn't Too Worried That Delaying the Employer Mandate Is Illegal

Asked whether he consulted a lawyer before the Treasury Department postponed a rule, he says he's not worried about Congressional critics.<p>Part of what makes a seasoned politician successful is the ability to talk for a long time and say nothing. You can usually assume that anyone who makes it as …

Eric Holder unveils new reforms aimed at curbing US prison population

The US government took the first tentative steps toward tackling its 1.5m-strong prison population on Monday by announcing that minor drug dealers would be spared the mandatory minimum sentences that have previously locked up many for a decade or more.<p>Reversing years of toughening political …

North Carolina: voter ID becomes law

North Carolina's governor has quietly signed a measure into law that overhauls the state's election laws to require government-issued photo IDs at the polls and shorten early voting, moves that drew stinging criticism and threats of legal action from a leading civil rights organisation and other …

US launches “IC On The Record” Tumblr site to help promote transparency in surveillance activities

The United States government today launched a website dedicated towards helping the public better understand what its various intelligence agencies are doing. The site, called IC On The Record, comes just days after it was promised by President Obama as one of his reforms to improve his …

Guardian told to destroy NSA files for national security, says Clegg

Nick Clegg has endorsed the government's decision to ask the Guardian to destroy leaked secret NSA documents on the grounds that Britain would face a "serious threat to national security" if they reached the "wrong hands".<p>In a statement, a spokesman for the deputy prime minister gave the first …

Syria: Bashar al-Assad's forces kill at least 15 in Sunni Muslim village

Syrian forces loyal to President Bashar al-Assad killed at least 15 people in a Sunni Muslim village north-west of the city of Hama.<p>The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said a woman and two children were among those killed in the overnight attack in the village of Sheikh Hadid by soldiers and …

Hezbollah chief blames radical Islamists for Beirut bomb

<b>The leader of Lebanon's militant Hezbollah group, Hassan Nasrallah, has said extremist Islamists bombed a Beirut suburb, killing 22 people.</b><p>Sheikh Nasrallah said "takfiris" - militants who believe Muslim society has reverted to a state of non-belief - were likely to have been responsible.<p>A …

Senator calls for hearing on NSA privacy complaints

The chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee said Friday he will call a hearing on reports that National Security Agency analysts have broken privacy rules thousands of times.<p>Sen. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., said, "I remain concerned that we are still not getting straightforward answers from the …

Scores dead in Egypt's 'day of rage' clashes

Scores of people have been killed in Egypt after security forces opened fire on anti-coup protesters staging a "day of rage" against the military-led government.<p>In the worst of the violence on Friday, at least 95 people were killed and hundreds injured in Cairo's Ramses Square as anti-coup …