Francis 1 Was Elected to Lead The Church As Pope

Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio was elected to lead the church as pope on 13 March 2013, the second day of the Papal conclave. Now 1.2 billion Catholics all over the world have a new leader,who will be called Pope Francis.
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Newly Divorced Females Flock to Sugar Daddy Website

March may be divorce season for traditional relationships, but it is a high-point for “mutually beneficial relationships.” In just three days (March 1-3), the world’s largest Sugar Daddy dating website, SeekingArrangement.com, received 4,884 “Divorced” and 2,981 “Separated” Sugar Baby signups—the largest growth ever for this relationship demographic. Approximately 76 percent (more...)

Don’t Forget To Move A Clock Forward!

March 10 at 2:00 am. local time, the clock is moved forward to 3:00 am. According to timeanddate.com, "the clock moves ahead (= losing one hour) in the spring when DST starts, and falls back one hour (= gaining one hour) when DST ends in the fall. To remember (more...)

Majority Of Women Are Making Bra Boobs

➢ Seven bra faux pas  the revealed for THE FIRST TIME ➢ 4 In 5 UK women wearing the wrong size bra ➢ Lingerie retailer Bravissimo to launch Boob School to help women ti the bra aware. 2013 may be the 100th anniversary of the brassiere, but it appears that the majority of UK women (more...)

Support Grows for Patients with Rare Diseases

There is strength in numbers when it comes to rare diseases, and that fact has led to recognition of Rare Disease Day every February 28 since 2008. The occasion is marked by patient and medical organizations in 2013 under the banner of “Rare Disorders Without Borders.” Rare diseases strike only (more...)

New Poll Shows Support For Marrige Equality Building In Pennsylvania

A newly released Quinnipiac poll has shed new light on Pennsylvanians’ views on marriage equality, said Sen. Daylin Leach (D-Montgomery/Delaware) in a statement released today. That poll, conducted earlier this month, concluded that although Pennsylvania voters are still divided on same-sex marriage, (more...)

Did Anheuser-Busch Watert Down Budweiser And Other Beers?

Beer lovers! Did you hear, that beer consumers across the U.S filed several lawsuits, accusing Anheuser-Busch InBev of watering down so-called "King of Beers" Budweiser and other alcoholic beverages to boost profits, according to the media.Budweiser ranks third in beer sales in the U.S. Lawyers represent consumers in (more...)

Eccentric America: Classic Roadside Attractions

Odd landmarks and attractions can be found all across the United States. Some were originally intended to drum up business, and others reflect the particular interests of their designers. Over time, these curiosities have been embraced as humorous expressions of American eccentricity and individualism. Take a (more...)

Peace Corps Couple Teaches English to Ukrainians

Peace Corps volunteers Steve McCafferty and Mary Beth Phair of Belchertown, Massachusetts, are teaching local community members English-language skills while serving together in Ukraine. McCafferty and Phair teach English to Ukrainians of all ages through formal classes, English club meetings and conversational (more...)

Experts Weigh In On Benefits Of Legalizing Marijuana In Pennsylvania

State Sen. Daylin Leach (D-Montgomery/Delaware) held a news conference at the State Capitol Building to announce the introduction of his bill that would legalize marijuana in Pennsylvania. Leach was joined by a member of the law enforcement community, a physician, and an agriculture expert to (more...)

Pennsylvania: Child Protection Bill Heads to Full House

On the heels of the recommendations of the Task Force on Child Protection, the House Judiciary Committee today unanimously approved legislation authored by Rep. Marcy Toepel (R-Montgomery) to enhance the criminal sentence for the offense of child pornography. “A big part of protecting children and families (more...)

Changing Mindsets Is Needed to End Sexual Violence

By Jane Morse Staff Writer Sexual violence against women and girls — both in conflict and in peace — will not end until widespread attitudes toward women are changed and laws against violence are implemented and enforced, says Melanne Verveer, who until recently served as the State Department’s (more...)

Kerry on Announcement by Pope Benedict XVI

Statement by secretary Kerry Resignation of His Holiness Pope Benedict XVI The United States is grateful to His Holiness Pope Benedict XVI for his leadership of and ministry to the world’s 1.2 billion Catholics. He has been a man of action and principle, working to promote human rights and (more...)

Benedict XVI: First Papal Resignation In Nearly 600 Years

Pope Benedict XVI announces his resignation in a special statement. "Strength of mind and body are necessary, strength which in the last few months has deteriorated in me to the extent that I have had to recognize my incapacity to adequately fulfill the ministry entrusted to me," said (more...)

Dr. Simon Allen’s Incredible Theory Of Chronic Internal Diseases

For a long time people are trying to understand the causes of chronic disease and whether there is a real way to get rid of them. For this, they are turning to Western and Eastern medicine, folk means and even extra senses. But, unfortunately, all modern and (more...)

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