Sex Abuse, Sexuality, and Celibacy in the Roman Catholic Church; Deadly Rains, Floods and Mudslides in Kerala Southern India; E.P.A. Admits New Coal Pollution Rules May Kill 1400 People Early | WBEZ
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Sex Abuse, Sexuality, and Celibacy in the Roman Catholic Church; Deadly Rains, Floods and Mudslides in Kerala Southern India; E.P.A. Admits New Coal Pollution Rules May Kill 1400 People Early

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On Today's Show:

  • A Pennsylvania grand jury released a report, this month, detailing decades of alleged sexual abuse by more than 300 Roman Catholic priests.
  • Deadly floods have engulfed most regions of Kerala, a southern state of India. Heavy rains have wiped away homes, forcing mass evacuations.
  • Today, President Trump’s E.P.A. released coal pollution rules. Proposals roll back Obama-era regulations on carbon dioxide emissions from power plants.



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