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Mary Magdalene has been characterized as a prostitute for hundreds of years — which has no basis in the Biblical text. Washington Post columnist Petula Dvorak explains why the myth has persisted.

Patrick Rose, a UNICEF crisis communications specialist, talks about a recent report showing an alarming rise in the number of children being used in bomb attacks by the militant group Boko Haram.

In the northern suburbs of Atlanta, Ga. the outcome of a special election to fill a longtime Republican House seat on Tuesday could be an indication of how voters feel about the Trump administration.

Turkey's historic constitutional referendum was held to decide whether more power should be concentrated in the hands of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. On Sunday, the Turkish people voted "yes."

Set to be implemented in 2030, the plan would merge Beijing, the port city of Tianjin and Hebei province into a mega-region to push economic development. Some are skeptical resources will be shifted.

Shannon Coulter, the founder of the anti-Trump boycott movement #GrabYourWallet, believes the protest is having a broader cultural impact beyond affecting a corporation's bottom line.

If elected, far right leader Marine Le Pen will hold a referendum to leave the EU, but that's hard to imagine in one of the most pro-Europe corners of France near the German border.

Protests across the country, including in D.C. and near Trump's private club in Florida, focused on the president's decision to keep his tax returns private.

President Donald Trump will be spending Easter at Mar-A-Lago, but outside of the private club, protesters will be demanding that he release his taxes.

Court rulings have stalled plans by the state of Arkansas to execute several prisoners before its supply of a lethal-injection drug expires at the end of this month.




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