4. SEAL death: The death of a seaman during Navy special forces training has been ruled a homicide. James Lovelace drown in the first week of the six-month Navy SEAL training program in California. According to reports, Lovelace's lips and face were blue when he was pushed underwater at least twice by his instructor. Lovelace was wearing full gear and treading water in a giant pool at the training facility in Coronado, Calif., when the incident happened.
5. Cosby wants case tossed: Lawyers for Bill Cosby will be asking a Pennsylvania judge to either let him face the woman who accused him of sexual assault, or throw the criminal case out. Cosby is set to be in court Thursday to appeal the decision to allow the case to go to trial. His lawyers say his accuser, Andrea Constand, should have had to testify in a preliminary hearing before the judge made a decision to send the case to trial.
And one more
The leader of the Philadelphia archdiocese has told his parishioners they may not receive Communion if they are divorced and remarried in a civil ceremony unless they abstain from sex and live as "brother and sister." Archbishop Charles Chaput issued the pastoral guidelines – which went into effect on July 1 – for clergy and other leaders in the archdiocese. The guideline is in opposition to a recent directive from Pope Francis that allows civilly remarried Catholics to receive Communion.
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