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Religious Beliefs Of Democratic, GOP Candidates

Tune in to a 2016 presidential-campaign rally, and it’s likely the candidate will be weaving religious beliefs into his or her speech. Among some of the candidates, faith appears to be a fundamental element not only of their lives but also of their campaigns.

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BHP Cuts Dividend for First Time in 15 Years

BHP Billiton Ltd. made a larger-than-expected cut to its dividend, lowering the payout for the first time in 15 years, as the world’s biggest mining company seeks to protect its balance sheet and credit ratings amid a price collapse that saw first-half profits tumble 92 percent.

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ISIS releases last of 200 Assyrian hostages to relief of LA community

Kidnapping ISIS releases last of 200 Assyrian hostages to relief of LA community They’re free. # Comments That was the news welcomed among local Assyrian Americans Monday when they learned that the last of about 200 people from their community in Syria were freed by ISIS, who had held them captive for a year.

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Allison Park food bank has grocery market feel

Updated 8 hours ago Regulars line up early to bring home groceries from the novel supermarket that opens about 11 a.m. every other Tuesday at Allison Park Church in Hampton. “It's the best food bank I've ever been to,” Colleen Miller, 50, of Shaler said about the Network of Hope Food Bank, which operates in the church's gym.

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Spalding Park tabbed as environmental science specialty school

SIOUX CITY | The trees and rolling fields behind Spalding Park Elementary partially inspired its recent designation as an environmental science specialty school. Spalding Park, 4101 Stone Ave., starting next year, will be the fifth specialty school in the district.

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5-Minute-Interview:My sister composed a song on my fear of goats, worms

I’m good at………organising events and improving on designs. I’m very bad at……pretending. The last book I enjoyed was…….The Pilgrim's Progress by John Bunyan. The most surprising thing that happened to me is………I was back-stabbed by one of my closest friends. I was so shocked and was in denial for sometime.

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ISIS releases last of 200 Assyrian hostages to the relief of Los Angeles community

Kidnapping ISIS releases last of 200 Assyrian hostages to the relief of Los Angeles community They made it. # Comments That was the news welcomed among local Assyrian Americans Monday when they learned that the last of about 200 people from their community in Syria were freed by ISIS, who had held them captive for a year.

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Arrests made following killing of Bangladeshi priest

Bangladeshi police have arrested three people in connection with a religiously-motivated attack on a Hindu priest and a devotee in the north of the country, the national news agency The priest was killed and the devotee wounded Sunday in the latest attack on minority religious figures in the predominantly Muslim nation.

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Friends, colleagues remember those slain in Kalamazoo area

A dedicated teacher who mentored numerous students. A gardener who enjoyed sharing what she grew. A mother known for her pleasant demeanor even when faced with adversity. A high school senior who always had a smile on his face, and others. These are the ways friends and colleagues are remembering....

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Friends, Colleagues Remember Those Slain in Kalamazoo Area

A dedicated teacher who mentored numerous students. A gardener who enjoyed sharing what she grew. A mother known for her pleasant demeanor even when faced with adversity. A high school senior who always had a smile on his face, and others. These are the ways friends and colleagues are remembering....

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The Gringo Who Understands Mexico's Drug War

A few months ago, we met an American filmmaker who perfectly captured a turning point in our country's drug war. His documentary film, "Cartel Land," which was recently nominated for an Oscar and won a prestigious George Polk Award , made us -- and many self-described drug war analysts -- look like opinionated snobs.

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Parishioners of priest investigated for child porn get answers from St. Paul-Mpls. archdiocese

The priest was temporarily removed from ministry Thursday after Edina police searched his home. He is not identified by the Star Tribune because he has not been arrested or charged. According to a search warrant affidavit, he admitted to police he had viewed pornography on his computer.

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Finding Meaning in Ash Wednesday

Two weeks ago now I found myself once again at my church's Ash Wednesday service. On that February 10, I am looking out at the congregation of over 80 people sitting in the beautiful stone chapel. Unlike the others, I'm seated on the altar in the choir stalls alongside the other musicians.

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BHP Billiton slashes dividend, rearranges top execs amid a dire first-half result

BHP Billiton has more than halved its dividend and rearranged its top executive ranks after a six-month period in which underlying profits slumped to their lowest levels in decades. Shareholders will be paid a US16 dividend - the lowest since February 2005.

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Flint Water Crisis Snyder recall petition over Flint water is approved by panel Snyder recall petition over Flint water is approved by panel Organizers have 60 days to collect about 790,000 valid signatures, to get the recall question on the November ball

LANSING After rejecting several similar petitions in recent weeks, the Board of State Canvassers on Monday approved a recall petition against Gov. Rick Snyder over the lead contamination of Flint's drinking water. The board, however, rejected six other petitions – five against Snyder and one against Lt.

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What white Christians need to know about racism in Portland

While Black churches have long led the charge against racism, the white Christian community has largely held back, says author Jim Wallis. He's on a nationwide mission to change that, including in Portland. Wallis's newest book, "America's Original Sin: Racism, White Privilege, and the Bridge to a....

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Greendale home baker launches petition in support of proposed 'Cookie Bill'

Madison — Conservative senators pushed a state bill Monday to fine so-called sanctuary cities for immigrants, seeking to revive a proposal that appeared stalled last week. GOP senators Duey Stroebel of Cedarburg and Steve Nass of Whitewater called on their fellow Republicans to schedule a vote on....

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Flint Water Crisis Snyder recall petition over Flint water is approved by panel Snyder recall petition over Flint water is approved by panel Organizers have 60 days to collect about 790,000 valid signatures, to get the recall question on the November ball

LANSING After rejecting several similar petitions in recent weeks, the Board of State Canvassers on Monday approved a recall petition against Gov. Rick Snyder over the lead contamination of Flint's drinking water. The board, however, rejected six other petitions – five against Snyder and one against Lt.

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Bible required family to follow father’s orders, Podluckys say

The defendants. Eight people were sentenced to prison in the LeNature's fraud: • Gregory J. Podlucky, 55, former CEO, is serving a 20-year prison sentence in Fort Dix, N.J., for orchestrating the scheme. He is eligible for release in March 2029. • Robert B.

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Ex-West Chester church treasurer spent $800K on drugs, escorts

Garry D. Meyer, 61, of Birkdale Drive, pleaded guilty in January to aggravated theft for embezzling money for 14 years from Tri-County Baptist Church , where he served as treasurer. At the sentencing hearing Monday, Judge Michael Oster said Meyer used the cash to live a life of excess that included....

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St. Louis priests told to cut ties with Girl Scouts over concerns about transgender troops

He said: 'Internal policies in Girl Scouts has even suggested that some parents and troop leaders should not be informed if there is a transgender child in their troop. 'While we are firm in our conviction that all girls should have access to leadership and informational programs, we believe that....

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Spring fling to raise funds for West View parish

Updated 18 hours ago After St. Athanasius Elementary School closed in 2011, the West View parish reopened the building as an education and community center. The facility now buzzes five days a week with programs and activities for community members of all ages.

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Bershidsky: God wasn't on Trump's side in South Carolina

Last week, I heard Cruz speak at a Faith and Freedom Coalition forum at First Baptist North Spartanburg, a megachurch with average Sunday attendance of 2,600 people. Most of the congregation was assembled to hear Cruz and another presidential hopeful, Ben Carson. Cruz had a story to tell about his parents' conversion.

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No regrets! Texas judge who sentenced 'affluenza' teen Ethan Couch to 'slap-on-the-wrist' punishment for killing FOUR people in drunk driving crash says she had 'all the facts'

She told Daily Mail Online: 'I had all the facts – most people don't. They just don't understand.' Asked whether she regrets handing Couch probation in light of his fleeing to Mexico and being handed over to an adult court and remanded in custody, she said: 'No. I have nothing else to say.

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Two upcoming opportunities for Tosa residents to learn about coyotes

A Greek Orthodox priest pleaded guilty Monday to embezzling more than $100,000 from his former parish in Wauwatosa, but under a deferred prosecution deal he will get only a misdemeanor conviction if he stays out of trouble for a year. Neither the Rev. James Dokos nor his attorneys, Patrick Knight....

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Jeevanjee Gardens Pastor lists dangerous Pr@st!tut3s in Nairobi among other crazy things (VIDEO)

Monday, 22 February 2016 - A pastor who preaches in Jeevanjee Gardens has caused a fuss on social media after somebody posted a video of him listing Kenya’s most dangerous pr@st!tut3s as he preached to idlers at the famous garden. He claimed that Kikuyus and Kambas lead in pr@st!tution in Kenya before mentioning other crazy things.

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