Baylor ordered to turn over documents in sex assault lawsuit

Aug 11, 2017

A judge has ordered Baylor University to turn over information _including interview recordings and documents _ it provided to a law firm it hired amid a sexual assault scandal that rocked the nation's largest Baptist school

Widening egg scandal hits 17 countries in Europe

Aug 11, 2017

A costly scandal over tainted eggs has the EU planning a summit for its ministers and food safety agencies next month

Appeals court upholds Nebraska funeral picketing law

Aug 11, 2017

An appeals court has agreed with a lower court's ruling upholding Nebraska's law requiring picketers to stay at least 500 feet from funerals

Official: Indonesian family that joined IS now in Iraq

Aug 11, 2017

Indonesia's deputy foreign minister says a Jakarta family who joined the Islamic State group in Syria out of an apparently naive belief it would give them a better life is now in Iraq and in contact with the Indonesian government

Retiring official says intolerance growing in India

Aug 10, 2017

A retiring Indian official has embarrassed Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government by saying Muslims are feeling insecure after attacks on them by Hindu hardliners on suspicion that they were killing cows considered holy by Hindus

Maltese priest convicted in sexual assault on a woman

Aug 10, 2017

A Maltese priest has been handed a suspended three-month sentence after he was found guilty by a Maltese court of violent indecent assault on a woman who was undergoing psychiatric care

Child sex convictions spark UK debate about race and abuse

Aug 10, 2017

Britain is wrestling with a volatile nexus of crime, race and religion, after 18 people were convicted of sexually abusing young women and girls as young as 15

Pope Francis to Belgian Catholics: Stop offering euthanasia

Aug 10, 2017

Pope Francis has ordered a Belgian Catholic charity to stop offering euthanasia in its psychiatric hospitals

Jews ask Poland's leader to denounce rising anti-Semitism

Aug 10, 2017

The leaders of Poland's Jewish community have written to the country's most powerful politician, urging him to denounce the rising anti-Semitism which they say is leaving them on edge

Controversial film about Russian czar cleared for release

Aug 10, 2017

Russia's Culture Ministry says that a controversial historical drama about the last Russian czar's affair with a ballerina has been cleared for release

Weather, 20 December
Houston Weather

High: +11° Low: -2°

Humidity: 83%

Wind: NNE - 7 KPH

Canberra Weather

High: +27° Low: +17°

Humidity: 87%

Wind: W - 20 KPH

Roissy-en-France Weather

High: +6° Low: -5°

Humidity: 87%

Wind: ENE - 7 KPH

Florence Weather

High: +9° Low: +6°

Humidity: 97%

Wind: ENE - 17 KPH

Parga Weather

High: +16° Low: +4°

Humidity: 100%

Wind: SE - 25 KPH