The battle lines are being drawn before a major church meeting on family issues that represents a key test for Pope Francis.
Jack Chang, Associated Press | posted Sep 18th - 9:10am
A prominent Muslim Uighur scholar being tried on separatism charges told a court in far western China on Thursday that he never advocated the overthrow of Chinese rule in his native Xinjiang, according to his lawyer.
Jack Chang, Associated Press | posted Sep 18th - 1:30am
More than 30 people had gathered at Beijing's most august Buddhist temple to remember the siblings, children and parents lost exactly six months earlier when a Malaysia Airlines jet disappeared. They found themselves encircled by shouting police blocking them from speaking to reporters or entering the temple as a group.
Jack Chang, Associated Press | posted Sep 17th - 11:31pm
A Muslim Uighur scholar accused of separatism sought to show Thursday that his writings and classroom lectures, including rhetoric saying Chinese are dragons and Uighurs are wolves, were not a campaign to split his native Xinjiang region from China.
The Associated Press | posted 4 minutes ago
The Senate has approved a plan for the military to train and equip Syrian rebels, clearing the measure for President Barack Obama's signature.
Erica Werner, Associated Press | posted 54 minutes ago
One of the most endangered Senate Democrats broke with President Barack Obama on Thursday over his request to train and arm Syrian rebels battling brutal Islamic State militants, while his Republican opponent backed the Democratic president.
The Associated Press | posted Sep 18th - 3:31pm
An anti-gay billboard is stirring a debate over bullying and religion in a rural community about 30 miles north of Nashville, Tennessee.
Michael Virtanen, Associated Press | posted Sep 18th - 3:21pm
The couple accused of kidnapping two young Amish sisters in northern New York were charged Thursday in federal court with sexual exploitation of children and possession of child pornography.
The Associated Press | posted Sep 18th - 2:31pm
Top administration officials have again been reassuring Congress -- and the public -- that there are no plans to involve U.S. troops in ground combat in Iraq or Syria.
Maryclaire Dale, Associated Press | posted Sep 18th - 11:30am
An assistant coach at a Roman Catholic high school has resigned over his role in a beating that left two gay men injured, church officials in Philadelphia said Thursday.
The Associated Press | posted Sep 17th - 7:01pm
Why would an American doctor risk his life to treat Ebola patients in Africa?
David Espo, Donna Cassata, Associated Press | posted Sep 17th - 7:00pm
The Republican-controlled House voted grudgingly Wednesday to give the administration authority to train and arm Syrian rebels as President Barack Obama emphasized anew that American forces "do not and will not have a combat mission" in the struggle against Islamic State militants in either Iraq or Syria.
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