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Pope Francis paves way for canonization of Carlo Acutis, first millennial saint

A second miracle has been recognized and attributed to the intercession of Bl. Carlo Acutis, an Italian teenage computer whiz who was devoted to his Catholic faith.

Indiana Beauty queen arrested in Mexican cartel bust that included one of feds’ most wanted fugitives

A beauty queen was arrested as part of a major cartel bust, which included 18 suspects as of last week, and was accused of using her job to transport cash

At Cannes, the dogs steal the show

Since the 77th Cannes Film Festival’s opening day featuring Messi from “Anatomy of a Fall,” human actors have shared the limelight with their canine co-stars on and off the red carpet.

More than 50 Dems vote for House GOP bill to repeal DC law letting noncitizens vote

The House of Representatives passed a bill to repeal Washington, D.C.’s noncitizen voting law on Thursday.

IT’S A ‘DISGRACE’: Americans deliver blunt assessment of Trump trial

Residents from across the United States discuss whether they think former President Trump’s trial in New York is on the level and if he’s guilty or innocent.

Adult day services offer safe care and leisure for older Americans, rest for caregivers

Adult day services provide safe, stimulating places for those who have physical or cognitive disabilities, and also give respite to their caregivers.

‘Seinfeld’ star Michael Richards shares private battle with prostate cancer: ‘I probably would have been dead’

Michael Richards, who played Cosmo Kramer on “Seinfeld,” privately battled prostate cancer six years ago. He says that had he not taken swift action, he likely would have been dead.

Indiana dog who ‘cried endlessly’ at shelter gets good news after video reaches thousands on Facebook

An Indiana dog has finally found a new family and a place to call home after spending hours “crying endlessly” in his kennel during his stay at the Humane Society for Hamilton County.

1995 Srebrenica genocide to be commemorated annually under UN resolution, amid Serb opposition

The U.N. has approved a resolution establishing an annual day to commemorate the 1995 genocide of more than 8,000 Bosnian Muslims by Bosnian Serbs. Serbs oppose the move.

Glenn Youngkin: Education is the bedrock of attaining the American dream

Virginia Republican Gov. Glenn Youngkin headlined the RISE summit at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Institute in Washington on Thursday.