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TAIPEI, Taiwan (AP) -- Taiwanese voted for a new president Saturday, with the China-friendly Nationalist Party likely to lose power to the pro-independence opposition amid concerns that the island's economy is under threat from China and broad opposition to Beijing's demands for political unification....
PYONGYANG, North Korea (AP) -- After ringing in the new year with claims of its first successful hydrogen bomb test, North Korea is now calling on the United States and the world community to accept it as a nuclear power, jettison the pursuit of punitive sanctions and allow it to focus on what it really wants: build up the nation's troubled economy....
KEENE, New Hampshire (AP) -- Bill Clinton promised voters in 1992 that they'd be getting "two for the price of one" if they elected him to the White House - a presidential duo of the young Arkansas governor and his Yale Law-educated wife....
HALEIWA, Hawaii (AP) -- Rescuers continued to search choppy waters where debris was sighted after two Marine Corps helicopters carrying six crew members each crashed off the Hawaiian island of Oahu during a nighttime training mission, military officials said....
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- The small-town Tennessee couple that bought one of three magic tickets splitting the world-record $1.6 billion Powerball jackpot says they don't plan to quit their jobs or buy a new house....
BURNS, Ore. (AP) -- Authorities arrested a man they said was driving a government vehicle stolen from a wildlife refuge being occupied by an armed group protesting federal land policies as the standoff in Oregon's high desert hit the two-week mark....
"Stand down," says the actor playing the CIA station chief in Michael Bay's new film, "13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi." He's speaking to the security team that wants to go help Americans under siege less than a mile away in a U.S. diplomatic compound under fierce attack. His order keeps the team from leaving for a crucial 20 minutes, before they decide to ignore him and go anyway....
By Carol GlatzVATICAN CITY (CNS) -- The Vatican is not "a den ofthieves," and such insinuations are an injustice to employees who areproud to serve the pope and the church, said Archbishop Angelo Becciu, a topofficial in the Vatican Secretariat of State.Necessary economic and administrative reforms andcountermeasures have been taken to address any problems, he told the Italianweekly Panorama in an interview published in the issue dated Jan. 20."I must reiterate firmly that we are not a bunch ofcorrupt and incompetent people," he said in a lengthy interview conductedat the Vatican Dec. 31."The Vatican is not a den of thieves. To represent itas such constitutes an absolute falsehood. I find it extremely unjust that ouremployees, proudly carrying out a service for the pope and the church, havegotten to the point, for some time now, of being ashamed to tell people theywork here," he told the weekly.Archbishop Becciu, 67, has been substitute secretary forgeneral affairs in the Vatican S...
By Junno Arocho EstevesVATICAN CITY (CNS) -- No onedeserves faith and no onecan buy it; faith is a gift that changes one's life and allows people torecognize Jesus as the sonof God with thepower to forgive sins, Pope Francis said at his morning Mass. Praise is the proof that one truly has faithand believes "that Jesus Christ is God in my life," the pope saidJan. 15 during the Mass in the chapel of the Domus Sanctae Marthae. Jesus, he said, was sent "to save us from our sins, to saveus and bring us to the father. He was sent for that, to give his life for oursalvation." However, the pope added that is "the most difficult point tounderstand."TheGospel for the day, Mark 2: 1-12, recounted Jesus' healing of a paralytic in Capernaum and thetension that arose among those who followed Jesus when he told the ailing man that his sinswere forgiven.Many in the crowd had their hearts "open to faith," but there were others, the pope said,who accepted Jesus as a healer but not his authority to f...
IMAGE: CNS/EPABy Cindy WoodenVATICAN CITY (CNS) -- The Italian comedian talking about anew Pope Francis book was not joking when he said being a minister of God'smercy can have social and political implications.The corporal works of mercy of feeding the hungry andclothing the naked might not be controversial, but they are socially relevantactions. None of the corporal works, though, is as politically charged in theWest today as "welcoming the stranger," particularly if that strangeris a Muslim."We are called to serve Christ the crucified throughevery marginalized person," Pope Francis said in the new book, "TheName of God Is Mercy." "We touch the flesh of Christ in he who is outcast,hungry, thirsty, naked, imprisoned, ill, unemployed, persecuted, in search ofrefuge," the pope continued. "That is where we find our God, that iswhere we touch our Lord."The U.N. Refugee Agency reported last June that at the endof 2014, the number of people forcibly displaced because of persecution,conf...
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