With a Vatican summit on priestly abuse scheduled next month, the U.S. church is again being shaken by questions about two of its most prominent figures.
"Fentanyl deaths are up steadily year over year," a University of California, San Francisco medical doctor said.
"These kind of decisions are supposed to be left up to the family and the patient, and not unilaterally by the physician," a lawyer for a plaintiff said.
"Several significant concerns" have been raised about the center where a woman in a vegetative state gave birth Dec. 29, the state said.
Authorities allege the 21-year-old man had become "radicalized," and began planning an attack in the U.S.