According to federal prosecutors in New Jersey, two rabbis and eight others are under arrest tonight and accused of charging desperate orthodox Jewish wives tens of thousands of dollars to force their husbands to grant them divorces.
The undercover FBI sting includes allegations of kidnapping, beatings, and torture with cattle prods.
Former NYPD detective sergeant, Wally Zeins has worked undercover in the Hassidic Jewish community and he is OutFront.
Pope Francis may have opened the door to accepting gay priests during a news conference Monday after telling reporters he won't judge priests based on their sexual orientation.
"If a person is gay and accepts the lord, and has good will, who am I to judge them?" Francis said.
The Pope also said that if a priest has committed a sin, "the Lord forgives and when the lord forgives, the lord forgets, and this is very important for our lives," which of course still leaves being gay as wrong in the eyes of the church.
So is this really a change?
The comments don't reflect an official change in church policy which opposes homosexuality, but is it a significant shift in tone towards accepting gay priests?
Outfront: Father Gary Meier is an openly gay priest in St. Louis, Brian Finnerty is U.S. Communications Director, OPUS DEI and John Avlon is a CNN political contributor.
Pope Francis says there is a "gay lobby" within the Vatican. Francis was quoted as saying "In the Curia, there are holy people. But there is also a current of corruption," he continued, "They speak of a 'gay lobby' and that is true, it is there."
Father Edward Beck explains Francis' comments.
Is it sinful to waste food?
Today, Pope Francis addressed what he called a "culture of waste" during an address in St. Peter's Square.
"Throwing away food is like stealing from the table of the poor and the hungry," Pope Frances said.
He went on to say our grandparents used to make a point of not throwing away leftover food
OutFront tonight: CNN Contributor Father Beck.
Many christian leaders were upset when Pat Robertson told a viewer who was struggling to forgive her cheating husband – to get over it – because men can't help but cheat and it was probably her fault anyway.
"He cheated on you, well he's a man, okay, so what you do is begin to focus on why you married him in the first place." Robertson added, "... recognize males have a tendency to wander a little bit, and what you want to do is make the home so wonderful he doesn't want to wander."
The Christian Broadcasting Network which Robertson founded says it was all a misunderstanding.
"His point was that everyone is human and there is much temptation outside of the home, so she should do whatever she can to strengthen their home and relationship... His intent was not to condone infidelity or to cast blame.
But when you listen to what Robertson's said in the past about men straying and General Petraeus, does that statement really add up?
OutFront tonight: Comedian and CNN Opinion writer Dean Obeidallah, Radio show host and comedian Stephanie Miller and Hogan Gidley Former National Communications Director for Rick Santorum.