Serial pedophile priest was put in charge of youth seminary
MILAN - The cardinal's response was not what Yolanda Martinez had expected - or could abide.
Her son had been sexually abused by a priest of the Legion of Christ, a disgraced religious order.
Scott sails on, Woods woes, McIlroy goal: Golf talking points
Hong Kong - Adam Scott will be gunning for a hat-trick of wins, Rory McIlroy scents history but Tiger Woods takes a rest as the circuit heads down to Mexico for the first World Golf Championships e
'True Grit' Novelist Charles Portis Dies at Age 86
NEW YORK - Novelist Charles Portis, a favorite among critics and writers for such shaggy dog stories as "Norwood" and "Gringos" and a bounty for Hollywood whose droll, bloody Western "True Grit" wa
Inter Miami CF signs Mexican star Pizarro
Inter Miami CF's pursuit of Mexican star Rodolfo Pizarro paid off Monday when the franchise announced the signing of the attacking midfielder. The transfer fee was about $12 million, according to mul
Students Seek to Solve World Problems at Model UN
Angelo Vasquez's first trip outside his home country of Guatemala was to get together with 3,000 other high-schoolers from around the world, seeking ways to solve the world's problems.
Nograles assures Duterte's support to electric coops vs privatization
MEXICO, Pampanga, Feb.17 (PIA) -- Cabinet Secretary Karlo Nograles assured that President Rodrigo Duterte supports electric cooperatives in serving the community with a lower price of electricity c
South Bronx United win Laureus Sport for Good Award
Cape Town - Ahead of tomorrow's landmark 20th anniversary Laureus World Sports Awards, South Bronx United, a programme who use the sport of football to change the lives of young pe
Clijsters faces tough return against Bertens
Brussels - Kim Clijsters, who is starting her second comeback to professional tennis in Dubai next week, will not have an easy return, as she was handed a first round tie against w
Rina Lazo, Muralist Who Worked With Diego Rivera, Dies at 96
She got her start in the 1940s as one of Riveras assistants. She went on to become a celebrated artist in both Mexico and her native Guatemala.
Why rare beetles are being smuggled to Japan at an alarming rate
Why rare beetles are being smuggled to Japan at an alarming rate National Geographic
Letter- Church doesnt dictate our lives
Letter: Church doesn't dictate our lives Anchorage Daily News
To folks in this Guatemalan town, success stories start with a trek to the U.S.
To folks in this Guatemalan town, success stories start with a trek to the U.S. Los Angeles Times
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