62 cases of AFM, the polio-like illness, confirmed across 22 states: CDC

  1. 62 cases of AFM, the polio-like illness, confirmed across 22 states: CDC  ABC News
  2. CDC Investigates Cases Of Rare Neurological ‘Mystery Illness’ In Kids  NPR
  3. A Mysterious Polio-Like Illness Is on the Rise in Kids. Scientists Don’t Know Why.  Live Science
  4. Paralyzing polio-like illness mainly affecting children confirmed in 22 states, CDC says  Washington Post
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The Most Expensive iPhone XS Cases You Can Get

  1. The Most Expensive iPhone XS Cases You Can Get  Mac Rumors
  2. We now know how much faster the iPhone XS’s wireless charging is  BGR
  3. Reviewers like Apple’s new iPhone XS, but don’t necessarily recommend buying one  MarketWatch
  4. Apple’s bigger-screen iPhones are slammed for being ‘sexist’  New York Post
  5. iPhone XS and XS Max review: Apple’s beautiful big-screen beasts exact a small ransom  USA TODAY
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Five Top Pick Cases For Your iPhone XS Max

  1. Five Top Pick Cases For Your iPhone XS Max  Forbes
  2. iPhone Screen Repairs to Get Faster as Apple Moves to Software-Only Calibration Process  Mac Rumors
  3. Apple enables software-based 3D Touch calibration for iPhones, simplifying repairs  AppleInsider
  4. Apple announces iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max in phone line revamp – USATODAY.com  USATODAY.com
  5. Apple iPhone XR shipment delay due to hardware issues: Report  The Indian Express
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The best iPhone XR cases

  1. The best iPhone XR cases  Digital Trends
  2. Opinion: The flagship new iPhones were totally overshadowed by the Watch and the iPhone XR  9to5Mac
  3. Apple’s Three New iPhones Are The Soulless Gobots Of Apple iPhones  Forbes
  4. The real reason Apple is now selling 7 different iPhones at once  The Week Magazine
  5. The details you may have missed in Apple’s ‘Gather round’ iPhone event  Macworld
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Here are the best iPhone XS and XS Max cases you can buy right now

  1. Here are the best iPhone XS and XS Max cases you can buy right now  AppleInsider
  2. September 2018 event  Mac Rumors
  3. iPhone XS Max: Biggest screen, biggest battery, biggest price tag  CNET
  4. Opinion: From iPhone to AIPhone: Apple’s new chips are key to its future  MarketWatch
  5. The 7 most egregious fibs Apple told about the iPhone XS camera today  TechCrunch
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Pope summons bishops for sex abuse scandal meeting as thousands of cases emerge in Germany

Pope summons bishops for sex abuse scandal meeting as thousands of cases emerge in GermanyPope Francis has summoned senior Catholic bishops from around the world to the Vatican to discuss the protection of minors, in his latest attempt to come to grips with a spreading sexual abuse crisis. The heads of the national Catholic bishops’ conferences will meet with Francis from February 21-24 next year, a Vatican spokeswoman said. The announcement came at the end of a three-day meeting of the “C-9”, a group of nine cardinals from around the world who members meet about four times a year to advise the pope. The spokeswoman said the sexual abuse crisis was a main topic at the meeting, which six of the members attended. The Catholic Church is facing sexual abuse scandals in the United States, Chile, Australia and Germany, among others. Der Spiegel magazine reported on Wednesday that a study commissioned by the German Bishops’ Conference had revealed that 1,670 clerics and priests had sexually abused 3,677 minors, mostly males, in Germany over a 70-year period. In the United States, a Grand Jury has found that 301 priests in the state of Pennsylvania sexually abused minors over a similar period. Francis meets on Thursday with US Church leaders to discuss that report as well as a scandal involving a former American cardinal and demands from an Italian archbishop, Carlo Maria Viganò, that the pontiff step down over that case. Cardinal Daniel DiNardo, president of the US bishops’ conference, asked for the meeting after Viganò last month accused the pope of knowing for years about sexual misconduct by former US cardinal Theodore McCarrick and doing nothing about it.. Viganò said he had told Francis soon after the pontiff’s election in 2013 that McCarrick, former archbishop of Washington D.C., had engaged in sexual misconduct with adult male seminarians. McCarrick resigned in July over separate allegations – which US Church officials said were “credible and substantiated” – that he had abused a 16-year-old boy almost 50 years ago. McCarrick, whom the pope ordered to live a life of seclusion and penitence, has said he has “absolutely no recollection” of such an incident. He has not commented on the allegations of misconduct with the adult seminarians. Hours after Viganò’s statement was published, Francis told reporters that he would “not say a word” about it because it “speaks for itself”. However, the Vatican is now preparing a response. Cardinal Donald Wuerl, who succeeded McCarrick as archbishop of Washington D.C., told priests on Tuesday that he would travel to Rome to discuss his future with the pope. Wuerl, 77, who was bishop of Pittsburgh between 1988 and 2006, has been under scrutiny over his handling of sexual abuse cases during the period addressed by the Pennsylvania Grand Jury. Wuerl has defended his overall record in Pittsburgh, but has also been accused of knowing about sexual misconduct by McCarrick, which he denies.


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