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Questions persist in death of prominent New York judge

NEW YORK When Sheila Abdus-Salaam agreed to speak this month at an alumni gathering at Columbia Law School, it was business as usual for someone in demand as the first black woman to serve on New York’s highest court. But only six days before the event at her alma mater, Abdus-Salaam’s success story....

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Questions persist in death of prominent New York judge

By TOM HAYS Associated Press. NEW YORK (AP) - When Sheila Abdus-Salaam agreed to speak this month at an alumni gathering at Columbia Law School, it was business as usual for someone in demand as the first black woman to serve on New York's highest court.

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Questions persist in death of prominent New York judge

NEW YORK (AP) - When Sheila Abdus-Salaam agreed to speak this month at an alumni gathering at Columbia Law School, it was business as usual for someone in demand as the first black woman to serve on New York's highest court. But only six days before the event at her alma mater, Abdus-Salaam's....

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Questions persist in death of prominent New York judge

By TOM HAYS Associated Press. NEW YORK (AP) - When Sheila Abdus-Salaam agreed to speak this month at an alumni gathering at Columbia Law School, it was business as usual for someone in demand as the first black woman to serve on New York's highest court.

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Questions persist in death of prominent New York judge

NEW YORK (AP) — When Sheila Abdus-Salaam agreed to speak this month at an alumni gathering at Columbia Law School, it was business as usual for someone in demand as the first black woman to serve on New York’s highest court. But only six days before the event at her alma mater, Abdus-Salaam’s....

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Questions persist in death of prominent New York judge

NEW YORK (AP) — When Sheila Abdus-Salaam agreed to speak this month at an alumni gathering at Columbia Law School, it was business as usual for someone in demand as the first black woman to serve on New York's highest court. But only six days before the event at her alma mater, Abdus-Salaam's....

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Questions persist in death of prominent New York judge

By TOM HAYS Associated Press. NEW YORK (AP) - When Sheila Abdus-Salaam agreed to speak this month at an alumni gathering at Columbia Law School, it was business as usual for someone in demand as the first black woman to serve on New York's highest court.

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Questions persist in death of prominent New York judge

By TOM HAYS Associated Press. NEW YORK (AP) - When Sheila Abdus-Salaam agreed to speak this month at an alumni gathering at Columbia Law School, it was business as usual for someone in demand as the first black woman to serve on New York's highest court.

Read Full Article
 

Questions persist in death of prominent New York judge

By TOM HAYS Associated Press. NEW YORK (AP) - When Sheila Abdus-Salaam agreed to speak this month at an alumni gathering at Columbia Law School, it was business as usual for someone in demand as the first black woman to serve on New York's highest court.

Read Full Article
 

Questions persist in death of prominent New York judge

When Sheila Abdus-Salaam agreed to speak this month at an alumni gathering at Columbia Law School, it was business as usual for someone in demand as the first black woman to serve on New York's highest court. But only six days before the event at her alma mater, Abdus-Salaam's success story took a....

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Questions persist in death of prominent New York judge

When Sheila Abdus-Salaam agreed to speak this month at an alumni gathering at Columbia Law School, it was business as usual for someone in demand as the first black woman to serve on New York's highest court. But only six days before the event at her alma mater, Abdus-Salaam's success story took a....

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Questions persist in death of prominent New York judge

When Sheila Abdus-Salaam agreed to speak this month at an alumni gathering at Columbia Law School, it was business as usual for someone in demand as the first black woman to serve on New York's highest court. But only six days before the event at her alma mater, Abdus-Salaam's success story took a....

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Methodist court takes up challenge to election of gay bishop

NEWARK, N.J. (AP) - The highest court in the United Methodist Church considered Tuesday whether to invalidate the election of the denomination's first openly gay bishop, amid a struggle to avoid schism over the Bible and same-sex relationships. The challenge was filed last year to the election of....

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Trucker from Northlake shot on I-88 'loved serving,' pastor says

The 43-year-old man who was fatally shot last week while driving a truck on Interstate 88 in Oak Brook was remembered as hardworking, active in his church and having a big smile. Eduardo Munoz was shot about 4:05 p.m. Friday while driving east on I-88, Illinois State Police said.

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T.J. Pignataro and Harold McNeil

By Tue, Apr 25, 2017. Jonathan D. Epstein Labatt USA, the Buffalo-based importer of the Canadian beer brand, is relocating its headquarters from Fountain Plaza to a Cobblestone District warehouse the Pegulas plan to redevelop. Pegula Sports and Entertainment, the umbrella arm for Terry and Kim....

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65 IDPs to write JAMB in Edo

No fewer than 65 Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) students who graduated from the IDPs’ camp secondary school in Edo state are to write the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board(JAMB) examination this year. The Coordinator of the camp, Pastor Solomon Folorusho, disclosed this yesterday while....

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Republican Field for New York Mayor Race Grows, Just Before Winnowing Begins

Republican party leaders in New York City hoped to avoid a primary fight and coalesce around a single candidate to take on Mayor Bill de Blasio , a Democrat, in the general election this fall. But instead of rallying around the putative front-runner, Paul J. Massey Jr., the universe of potential challengers has only grown.

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I’m addicted to pornography

CAN WE HELP? with PASTOR & Mrs BANDA Dear Raphael and Namukolo, I am a 16-year-old secondary school-going boy. The problem I have is that I am addicted to pornography. Is pornography that bad as some people potray it? I keep it to myself and I do not harm anyone. Nero. Dear Nero, Accessing pornography is like drug addiction.

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News Minute: Here is the latest Georgia news from The Associated Press at 4:40 p.m. EDT

BRUNSWICK, Ga. (AP) - A Georgia pastor has been sentenced to 35 years in prison for molesting two teenagers who attended his church in coastal Brunswick. A judge sentenced 57-year-old Kenneth Adkins, who was convicted earlier this month on eight criminal counts including aggravated child molestation.

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Opening day at Patterson Farm

The Patterson Farm, a fourth generation farm in Rowan County, opened their pick your own strawberry fields to the public last Saturday morning. The strawberry season extends through June with several pick your own farms in the area. For those less adventurous, the berries have started to show up at....

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'Stop playing with my talent and pay me,'Aime tells Omba

Upcoming gospel singer Aime Mbumba has accused video producer Pastor Omba of refusing to pay him his dues. Aime, a song writer of Congolese origin, the estranged husband of gospel star Gloria Muliro, says Omba has gone quiet on him after he sold him three songs: Mapenzi Yako Yamenogea, which was....

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Pastor convicted of child molestation could face life in prison 21 Mins A Brunswick pastor convicted earlier this month of child molestation learns his punishment

BRUNSWICK, Ga. Ethan Calloway - A Brunswick pastor who was convicted earlier this month of child molestation was sentenced Tuesday to 35 years in prison, plus life on probation. After a six-day trial, Kenneth Adkins was convicted of two counts of aggravated child molestation, five counts of child molestation and one count of enticing a child.

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Protestors march on three-year anniversary of Flint water crisis

FLINT, MI -- Nearly 100 people marched to Flint City Hall from the north, south, east and west sides of the city to have their voices heard on the three-year anniversary of the water crisis. They came to city hall armed with signs, American flags and megaphones, shouting out chants from asking for Michigan Gov.

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Georgia pastor gets 35 years in prison for child molestation

BRUNSWICK, Ga. A Georgia pastor has been sentenced to 35 years in prison for molesting two teenagers who attended his church in coastal Brunswick. Media outlets report a judge sentenced 57-year-old Kenneth Adkins on Tuesday. A jury convicted him earlier this month on eight criminal counts, including aggravated child molestation.

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Hobby Lobby founder & CEO: Invisible qualities, not money, make life worth living

Do you remember doilies? They were crocheted mats that people might use for decoration on a table or a sofa. On top of taking care of a big family and a big garden, and being a pastor’s wife, my mother used to crochet doilies and sell them. Why? Even though my parents gave money together for....

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Georgia pastor gets 35 years in prison for child molestation

BRUNSWICK, Ga. – A Georgia pastor has been sentenced to 35 years in prison for molesting two teenagers who attended his church in coastal Brunswick. Media outlets report a judge sentenced 57-year-old Kenneth Adkins on Tuesday. A jury convicted him earlier this month on eight criminal counts, including aggravated child molestation.

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