Monthly Archives: July 2018

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Smoking Banned in Public Housing Nationwide, Effective Today

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Smokers can no longer light up in or near public housing facilities in the U.S. due to a new rule that went into effect July 31. The nationwide ban on smoking in public housing was implemented nearly two years after the rule was passed by the Obama administration in 2016. Continue reading

Over 100 People in Chile are Accusing Catholic Priests of Sexual Abuse


Leaders of the Catholic Church in Chile are under investigation for a widespread of sexual abuse to people in their congregation.  Prosecutors in the country are investigating a 104 cases of sexual misconduct and half of those cases are against minors. Almost 70 clergy and lay people are under investigation, including three bishops. A high-ranking official has already been jailed for his abuse of boys, and  more allegations against other priests have surfaced. To read more about this story click here.