ROME/SYDNEY (Reuters) – Australian Cardinal George Pell, the highest-ranking Vatican official to testify on systemic sexual abuse of children by clergy in the Roman Catholic Church, said on Monday that he has the full backing of Pope Francis.Read more "Top Vatican cardinal says pope backs him on stance over abuse issue"
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Mexican authorities were searching on Monday for a container of radioactive material used for industrial X-rays that was stolen along with a car in central Mexico this weekend, the latest in a series of such case in the country.Read more "Mexico reports fresh theft of radioactive material"
WASHINGTON/SAN ANTONIO – A Donald Trump rally was repeatedly disrupted by hecklers, including some from the Black Lives Matter movement, on Monday and a Time magazine photographer said he was choked and pushed to the ground in a tussle with U.S. Secret Service agents.Read more "Hecklers disrupt Trump rally, photographer shoved to the ground"
— The Intentional Fallacy, 1954 With these stirring words the American critics, W. K. Wimsatt Jr. and Monroe C. Beardsley, established a principle still maintained by many: namely that once a book is published its author relinquishes authority over it and becomes, in effect, a reader like any other, with no special power […]Read more "How J.K. Rowling uses the Internet to keep the magic of ‘Harry Potter’ alive"
WASHINGTON/SAN ANTONIO (Reuters) – Donald Trump blamed a faulty television earpiece on Monday for his failure to disavow support from a white supremacist, swatting aside the latest controversy to shadow his unorthodox march toward the Republican presidential nomination.Read more "Trump blames faulty earpiece for latest U.S. campaign squall"
SAN ANTONIO (Reuters) – Donald Trump swatted away the latest controversy to shadow his unorthodox march toward the Republican presidential nomination on Monday, attributing his failure to disavow support from a white supremacist to a faulty television earpiece.Read more "Trump dismisses latest U.S. campaign squall before Super Tuesday"
IDOMENI/ATHENS (Reuters) – Macedonian police fired tear gas to disperse hundreds of migrants who stormed the border from Greece on Monday as a deeply divided Europe traded barbs over the biggest humanitarian crisis in decades.Read more "As Europe bickers, police fire tear gas on migrants storming border"