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Churchgoers mingle after the service at Martin's Brandon Episcopal Church's 400th anniversary celebration on Sunday. This building dates to 1856. MUST CREDIT: Photo by Julia Rendleman for The Washington Post.
Meghan Markle, left and her mother, Doria Ragland, arrive at Cliveden House Hotel, in Berkshire, England, Friday, May 18, 2018 to spend the night before her wedding to Prince Harry on Saturday. (Steve Parsons/Pool Photo via AP)
Mormon Church Sexual Abuse
McKenna Denson speaks with reporters during a news conference Thursday, April 5, 2018, in Salt Lake City. Denson, who accused a former Mormon missionary training center director of raping her in the 1980s and the church of failing to take her allegations seriously, has sued the man and the church in a move that could bring more scrutiny to the religion's handling of sexual abuse reports. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)
Close to 5,000 people are expected to attend each day of a three-day regional convention of Jehovah's Witnesses to be held Friday, May 18, through Sunday, May 20, at the Colorado State Fair Events Center, 1001 Beulah Ave., Pueblo. The theme is "Be Courageous." Pictured: a previes convention.
Fred Barnes, shown interviewing Carly Fiorina at the 2015 Weekly Standard Conservative Summit, will participate in the 2018 Summit this week. CREDIT: Weekly Standard / Media DC
Rabbi Avrohom Friedlander, chief chaplain at Maimonides Medical Center, checks a seal on a nitrogen tank containing frozen eggs and embryos at Genesis Fertility in Brooklyn, N.Y.. "There are a lot of lives in here," he said. MUST CREDIT: Washington Post photo by Carolyn Van Houten
William Joseph Simmons attends a congressional committee investigating the Ku Klux Klan in 1921. MUST CREDIT: Library of Congress.