Pope Francis: Leaks Will Not Stop Church Reforms
Pope Francis says the leaking of sensitive Vatican documents is a "crime" and "a deplorable act" that will not stop him from moving forward with church reforms.
The leader of the world's Roman Catholics, in his first comments since two people suspected of leaking the documents were arrested last week, said "this sad fact will certainly not distract me from the work of reform that is moving ahead." Francis made his remarks before tens of thousand of people at his Sunday blessing in Saint Peter's Square.
Two new books are based on the leaks that detail how some prelates are resisting the pope's financial and administrative changes in the Holy See.
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Volkswagen Cash Payout
The blog "The Truth About Cars" says an announcement from Volkswagen is expected in the coming days.
The report also said the car maker will begin making fixes in February to the first of the 482,000 diesel cars sold in the United States with the suspect software on its turbo-diesel engine.
VW is facing lawsuits from irate owners seeking compensation for the decreased resale value of the Volkswagen.