It's Wednesday, May 2, 2018. Here are some of the stories we're talking about on ABC News' new daily podcast, " Start Here ." 1. Meeting with Mueller Earlier this year, Special Counsel Robert Mueller told President Donald Trump's legal team that the president could potentially be subpoenaed if he
An Australian archbishop has become the most senior Roman Catholic cleric in the world convicted of covering up child sex abuse in a test case that holds to account church hierarchy that kept silent in the face of an international pedophile crisis
An Australian state court says an employee has been fired for looking up in a restricted computer system details of charges facing a senior Vatican cleric
Cardinal George Pell was ordered to stand trial on decades-old sexual assault charges on Tuesday, making him the most senior official to be tried in the Catholic Church’s sex abuse scandal. Pell, who serves as Pope Francis ' chief financial adviser, pleaded not guilty before an Australian
Cardinal George Pell faces multiple charges of sexual offenses, dating back to his time as young priest in Australia.
Cardinal George Pell, one of Pope Francis' top advisers, has forcefully denied charges in his native Australia that allege he committed sexual assault years ago.
Vatican Treasurer Cardinal George Pell said on Thursday that he will take a leave of absence from his post after Australian authorities charged him with multiple counts of sexual assault . Victoria state police summoned Pell, 76, to appear in Australian court in July to face what they are calling
On the first day of the Catholic "faith fest" known as World Youth Day, the city of Sydney swarmed with flag-carrying youths from around the world. They descended today on the city center, bridges and harbor area in a burst of color and noise as they walked together in close packs, cheering and