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Vatican finds hundreds of millions of euros 'tucked away': cardinal

George PellThe Vatican's economy minister has said hundreds of millions of euros were found "tucked away" in accounts of various Holy See departments without having appeared in the city-state's balance sheets.

In an article for Britain's Catholic Herald Magazine to be published on Friday, Australian Cardinal George Pell wrote that the discovery meant overall Vatican finances were in better shape than previously believed.

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LAPD chief rules officers to blame in shooting death of unarmed veteran

LAPD OFFICERS GUILTYThe Los Angeles Police Department ruled three LA officers broke from protocol and were not justified in using deadly force in the fatal shooting of an unarmed veteran after a high speed police chase in December 2013.

The three officers responsible for death of 51-year-old Brian Newt Beaird testified they feared for their lives after thinking the Coast Guard veteran reached for a gun, but police Chief Charlie Beck determined their claims were unfounded.

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Navy: Submarine women were secretly filmed in shower

navy secretly fimedSome of the first female sailors to serve on submarines in the U.S. Navy were secretly filmed undressing and taking showers, officials have revealed, and investigators are questioning the 24-year-old man who they believe filmed the women and distributed videos of them nude.

All the women in the videos served on the ballistic missile submarine the USS Wyoming which docks in Georgia. At least three female officers were filmed for over a year on the sub, according to a Navy incident report filed last month.

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Police breaking down huge California homeless camp

homeless campl, californiaPolice and social services in Silicon Valley are starting to clear away what likely had been the nation's largest homeless encampment.

Animal control and a construction contractor are also helping dismantle the square-mile site that once was home to more than 200 homeless people, San Jose homelessness response manager Ray Bramson said.

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To Avert Climate Chaos, Meat Consumption Must Drop: Study

meat consumptionThere is an "awareness gap" amongst the global public of the link between eating meat and climate change, and that presents a real obstacle to keeping global warming under the 2-degree threshold, a new study finds.

From the London-based policy institute Chatham House, Livestock – Climate Change’s Forgotten Sector: Global Public Opinion on Meat and Dairy Consumption explores how the livestock sector's contribution to climate change—14.5 per cent of total global greenhouse gas emissions—is failing to get the attention it warrants.

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Former VA official: Burn pits could be the new Agent Orange

burn pitsAnthony Thornton has trouble speaking, can’t read anymore and has trouble keeping up with his 3-year-old daughter. He said he doesn’t remember everybody’s name.

Thornton, 35, suffers from a rare and aggressive form of brain cancer. Doctors had to take out parts of his brain – his temporal lobe and part of his hippocampus.   “I’ve lost a lot, and what I would like to do, I don’t really have that anymore,” said Anthony Thornton. “I don’t like being like this.”

Thornton believes he got sick from toxins he was exposed to from massive, open-air burn pits while serving his country. Burn pits operated on U.S. military bases across Iraq and Afghanistan. At the height of the wars, more than 250 bases burned their trash, releasing large plumes of black smoke into the air.

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What the police don't want us to know

What police don't want us to knowMichael Brown's death was part of a tragic and unacceptable pattern: Police officers in the United States shoot and kill civilians in shockingly high numbers. How many killings are there each year? No one can say for sure, because police departments don't want us to know.

According to the FBI's Uniform Crime Report, in 2013 there were 461 "justifiable homicides" by police — defined as "the killing of a felon by a law enforcement officer in the line of duty." In all but three of these reported killings, officers used firearms.

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The Fracking Boom Could End Way Sooner Than Obama Thinks

Fracking boom could endPresident Obama is fond of touting America's vast trove of natural gas—and the energy (read: economic growth) it can provide—as a reason to support fracking. "Our 100-year supply of natural gas is a big factor in drawing jobs back to our shores," he told a gathering at Northwestern University in October.

You can hear that same optimism about US natural gas production from Democrats, Republicans, and of course, the industry itself. The conviction that America can fuel its economy by churning out massive amounts of natural gas for decades has become a core assumption of national energy policy. But what if it's wrong?

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In Eric Garner Chokehold Case, Grand Jury Is Said Not to Charge N.Y.P.D. Officer

Eric GarnerA Staten Island grand jury has voted not to bring criminal charges against the white New York City police officer at the center of the Eric Garner case, a person briefed on the matter said Wednesday.

The decision was reached on Wednesday after months of testimony including from the officer, Daniel Pantaleo, who used a chokehold to restrain Mr. Garner, an unarmed black man who died after a confrontation. It came less than two weeks after a grand jury in Ferguson, Mo., declined to bring charges against a white officer who fatally shot an unarmed black teenager, Michael Brown.

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