Technological and electronics giant Apple recently unveiled the newest design of their ubiquitous iPhone, the iPhone X. Among the talked-about features of the updated smartphone are a faster processor, wireless charging, glass screens on both front and back, side-to-side display and a better camera. Perhaps the most exciting - yet contentious - feature is FaceID, a new way of unlocking the device by the user undergoing a 3D facial scan using infrared projection.
Here's an unusual story about a priest who has been charged with criminal sexual conduct for an incident that took place during private Mass in a woman's parents' Minnesota home in 2010. The 33-year-old priest has been charged with two counts of third-degree criminal sexual conduct by clergy. His attorney claims that he is innocent and that the charges are being placed for the woman's own personal gain. If you have a case like this one, understand that consent may not be a good defense for you.