The pope isn't quoted in the statement, made in reaction to a Pennsylvania grand jury finding that clergymen molested large numbers of children over decades.
In the wake of an Associated Press investigation, the tech company clarifies that it still tracks users' locations even if they turn the setting off.
Finally, a bit of good news about America’s political prospects.
The businessman who refused to make a wedding cake for a gay couple is now suing Colorado because it opposed his refusal to bake a cake celebrating a gender transition.
A Pennsylvania grand jury report on child sexual abuse in Roman Catholic dioceses reveals that Edward Ganster, who left the priesthood in 1990, went on to work at Disney World before his death in 2014.
Roughly 300 Roman Catholic priests in Pennsylvania molested more than 1,000 children—and possibly many more—since the 1940s, according to a sweeping state grand jury report.
Christine Hallquist, a former utility executive, becomes the first transgender candidate from a major political party to be nominated for governor. She will face the Republican incumbent.
Ilhan Omar, a refugee from Somalia and a Muslim, wins the Democratic primary for Minnesota’s 5th District House seat, hoping to succeed Keith Ellison.
The actual number of abused children might be in the thousands since some secret church records were lost and some victims were afraid to come forward, an official report says.
A new class-action lawsuit alleges U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services and ICE are coordinating with each other to facilitate arrests.