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Pope Francis says gay people deserve an apology

Pope Francis says gay people — and all the other people the church has marginalized — deserve an apology.

Fallujah fully liberated from Islamic State, Iraqi commander says

The victory is a boost to Iraq’s security and political leadership, which are expected to focus next on Mosul, Iraq’s second-biggest city.

British political turmoil deepens after ‘Brexit’ vote

Britain’s shocking decision to remove itself from the European Union brought more political turmoil Sunday.

Scotland starts toward independence vote to keep EU ties

Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said her government started work on legislation for a new referendum on independence after the Brexit vote.

Kerry to visit Brussels, London for talks on UK’s EU exit

The trip began Sunday in Rome, where Kerry has scheduled talks with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

david m. shribman | commentary

Britain vote a defining moment in year of rebellion

2016 is set to be remembered as one of unusual tumult, with the political establishment reduced to rubble in the US and abroad.

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2016 is set to be remembered as one of unusual tumult, with the political establishment reduced to rubble in the US and abroad.

Antipsychotic drugs in nursing homes

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Federal data obtained by the Globe show many nursing homes make heavy use of antipsychotic drugs to pacify residents.

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