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Updated: 19th January 2020 15:51Society and Culture

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Politics
The discovery of a warehouse filled with water, cots and other unused supplies prompted outrage from islanders.
Politics
The White House announced it is strengthening protections for prayer in public schools and protecting the flow of federal funds to religious organizations.
Politics
It damaged his relationship with the African American community in South Bend, a rift that has led to doubts about whether he can attract the support of black voters.
Politics
The Monday gathering in Virginia already has prompted the state's governor to enact emergency measures to thwart violence.

Politics
The law will guarantee taxpayer funding for agencies that refuse to place a child based on "religious or moral" beliefs.
Kimberly Alford said 15-year-old Kayla Kenney's attire was deemed a violation of Whitefield Academy's policy because it appeared to reflect the LGBTQ community.
Politics
City prosecutor Kim Gardner says 'entrenched interests' are deliberately obstructing reform efforts.
U.S. News
Harley Dilly, 14, was last seen alive walking to school in Ohio.
Crime
Carter had defended that text messages she sent encouraging her boyfriend to kill himself were protected by the First Amendment.
Politics
A bomb found in David Anderson and Francine Graham's van could have sprayed shrapnel fragments “five football fields long,” an FBI agent said.
Crime
The pre-dawn attacks were apparently carried out at random.
HuffPost Personal
"I’m shocked at how blatantly careless and hurtful I was."
Religion
Retired Pope Benedict XVI's intervention is extraordinary, given he had promised to remain “hidden from the world” when he retired in 2013.
Politics
The decision follows a deadly shooting carried out by a Saudi Air Force officer last month at Naval Air Station Pensacola in Florida.
Women
Sarah Jackson addressed her abuser, former Baptist pastor Cameron Giovanelli, during his sentencing in Maryland.
“The First Temptation of Christ” was censored for the benefit of "Brazilian society which is mostly Christian,” the Rio de Janeiro judge said.
Politics
Gavin Newsom also orders agencies to identify state property, like vacant hospitals, that can provide temporary shelter.
Politics
A rally in solidarity against anti-Semitism drew tens of thousands on Sunday amid fears of a rise in hate crimes.
Weird News
Padfoot went on the prowl at a prison in England but ended up having to be saved by animal welfare workers.
Politics
Former Gov. Matt Bevin issued hundreds of last-minute pardons, including those for a convicted child rapist and the relative of a political donor.