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Pope Francis: All The Apostles Were Sinners

Posted On October 29, 2014

(Vatican City) -- Pope Francis says all 12 Apostles were sinners, not just Judas Iscariot. During his homily at Mass Tuesday morning, the Pope urged Catholics to fully embrace their religion, not just stand on the sidelines. He explained that Jesus welcomed everyone to church, regardless of their sins, and that he built the church…

State Department: Relations Between U.S And Israel In Good Shape

Posted On October 29, 2014

(Washington, DC) -- The relationship between the United States and Israel is not in crisis.   State Department spokesperson Jen Psaki addressed the issue of an anonymous source within the U.S. government making disparaging remarks about Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. At Wednesday's daily press briefing, Psaki called the negative comments unproductive. Still, she said…

Halloween Snow Expected In Midwest, Northeast

Posted On October 29, 2014

(Undated) -- Trick-or-treaters can expect some scary Halloween weather in a few parts of the country. Forecasters say wet snow is likely Friday around the Great Lakes, stretching into New England by the weekend. A surge of Arctic air will make it feel more like November from the northern Plains to the Upper Midwest. Rain…

Funeral Held For Ben Bradlee

Posted On October 29, 2014

(Washington, DC) -- Washington National Cathedral was filled to capacity for Wednesday's funeral for former "Washington Post" executive editor Ben Bradlee who died last week at the age of 93. Carl Bernstein was one of the "Post's" top reporters during Bradlee's tenure as editor.   Funeral services were open to the public. Bradlee was credited…

Suspected Serial Killer Cooperates During Hearing

Posted On October 29, 2014

(Crown Point, IN) -- A suspected serial killer in Indiana remains in custody after entering a not-guilty plea Wednesday for the killings of two young women. Darren Vann was threated with a contempt charge in a previous court appearance for giving the judge the silent treatment. He was more well behaved today and politely answered the…