Black Smoke From The Sistine Chapel, No New Pope
There's still no Pope.
For the second time now, black smoke has risen from the chimney of the Sistine Chapel in a sign that a vote has been taken by the cardinals locked inside but that no candidate has received the two-thirds majority needed to become the new head of the Roman Catholic Church.
The cardinals could vote up to three more times today after taking just one vote yesterday.
Once they succeed in electing a new Pope, white smoke will billow from the Sistine Chapel and bells will toll.