Instant Index: Pope Francis' Controversial Comment on Contraception

David Muir reveals the stories people have been buzzing about all week.
0:46 | 01/21/15

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Transcript for Instant Index: Pope Francis' Controversial Comment on Contraception
Straight to the index tonight. Pope Francis offending a lot of catholics, saying mothers and fathers should not feel they have to breed, quote, like rabbits. Experts recommend no more than three children per family, a lot of correspondent about that. And a cocktail with dinner? One alcoholic beverage a day, wine, beer, even a shot of liquor, reduces the risk of heart failure by 20% in men, 16% in women. And that morning coffee, a secret weapon against skin cancer. The national cancer institute saying four or more cups a day reduces the risk of melanoma by 20%. The new England patriots, accused of deflating those footballs. Officials first became suspicious after this play in the second quarter. Colts linebacker intercepting the ball, then reportedly telling officials something didn't feel right.

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