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March 14th, 2013
08:27 PM ET

America's new horse slaughter house under fire over health safety concerns

Earlier this week we took you inside the first horse slaughterhouse set to open in the United States since the practice was banned in 2006.

Horse meat slaughterhouse set to open in New Mexico

Horse meat could eventually be sold to U.S. consumers and end up on a table near you. 

We are learning there is concern about that New Mexico facility, which some say has a questionable record when it comes to health safety and animal treatment.

Casey Wian has the story.


Filed under: Animals • News
March 14th, 2013
08:08 PM ET

A woman risking it all to be a priest

Will the new pope allow women to be a priests?

A small group of women who hope that the first Pope from South America and the first pontiff to choose the name Francis – will also be the first to support women's ordination.

CNN's David Mattingly has the story.


Filed under: Religion
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