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Buhari has no solution to Nigeria’s problems -Sanyaolu

Dr Adesina Sanyaolu is the Pastor of Chapel of Holiness Evangelical International, a.k.a. Fountain of Living Spring, Aboru, Iyana-Ipaja, Lagos. In this interview he speaks on issues as they affect the nation. PATRICK OKOHUE reports. ********What is your reaction to the present state of the nation,....

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Klansman convicted in ‘Mississippi Burning’ killings dies at 92

Edgar Ray Killen, a Mississippi preacher and Ku Klux Klan leader who four decades after the fact was convicted in the killing of three civil rights workers during the Freedom Summer of 1964, died Jan. 11 at the Mississippi State Pentitentiary near Parchman. He was 92 and was serving a sentence of 60 years.

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In a time of racial division, the MLK All Children’s Choir brings ‘living hope’

More than 80 youth will take the stage at Meymandi Hall on Monday to honor the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.’s universal message of freedom, justice, equality and love using the one language that speaks to nearly all: music. The MLK All Children’s Choir has been performing at Raleigh’s celebration of....

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Police affidavit alleges Mascoutah priest shared child porn images with others online

The center pointed police toward an IP address that they observed was uploading explicit images of child pornography online. Police were then able to link the images to a cell phone, which in turn they said was linked to a Facebook profile for a “Jerry Hechenberger” that appeared to be a possible match to the Mascoutah priest.

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East Austin, TX

Editor's note: Some language in this story may not be appropriate for the faint of heart. Consider yourself warned. In a meeting with lawmakers at the White House on Thursday, President Donald Trump allegedly asked why immigrants from “shithole” countries were getting protections as part of a bipartisan immigration deal.

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Pastor who admitted to 'sexual incident' at

MEMPHIS, Tenn. A Tennessee-based Megachurch pastor who admitted to a "sexual incident" involving a Woodlands teenager has been placed on leave. Pastor Andy Savage, who preaches at Highpoint Church in Memphis, Tenn., received a standing ovation when he confessed to his congregation Sunday.

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High praise: Pot churches proliferate as states ease access to marijuana

“Breathe deep and blow harder,” intoned Pastor Grant Atwell after distributing small marijuana joints to 20 worshippers on a recent Sunday afternoon. “Nail the insight down, whether you get it from marijuana or prayer. Consider what in your own life you are thankful for.” A middle-aged man wearing a “Jesus Loves You” baseball cap piped up.

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Billie Jean King backs calls to rename Margaret Court Arena

MELBOURNE, Australia >> Billie Jean King thinks one of the main venues at the Australian Open should be renamed because of Margaret Court’s comments about the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community. King, a trailblazer for equality and diversity in tennis, said she had initially been a....

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Vanessa Ward’s campaign chairwoman calls for Jane Kleeb to resign as leader of Nebraska Democratic Party

Colleen Brennan, the chairwoman of Democrat Vanessa Ward’s gubernatorial campaign, has called for Nebraska Democratic Party Chairwoman Jane Kleeb to resign. Preston Love Jr., another Ward campaign adviser, said Friday that he was working on a “peace treaty” of sorts and was optimistic that the campaign and party could come to an agreement.

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Pastor Who Admitted To 1998 Sexual Assault Will Not Face Charges

Texas authorities announced that no charges would be filed against pastor Andy Savage for his 1998 sexual assault against a teenage girl, outraging his critics. The Montgomery County District Attorney’s office in Texas released a statement Wednesday night explaining that the statute of limitations....

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NH Haitian leaders, congressional delegation condemn Trump’s ‘s***hole countries’ comment

MANCHESTER, N.H. Leaders of New Hampshire’s Haitian community and members of the state’s congressional delegation reacted with disgust and condemnation Friday to President Donald Trump’s remark calling Haiti, El Salvador and African nations “s***hole countries.

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African immigrants in Buffalo dismayed by Trump's slur

Gysma Kueny is upset. Those words that President Donald J. Trump is accused of using to describe immigrants like herself and the countries they came from and are not what she believes America is about. "That's not the United States," she said. She proudly showed off her stall at the West Side Bazaar....

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Dining Out: Top marks for design at Holy Roller while food leaves room for improvement

There was a time, not so long ago, when Edmonton was a relative bargain place to dine on the continent with a surprising variety of worthy culinary and potable options on offer for not much more than a song. Savvy travellers from other locales would often remark favourably on this Canadian anomaly,....

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Metro Briefs

WATERLOO -- The City of Waterloo 2018 dog and cat licenses and Pat Bowlsby Off-Leash Dog Park passes are now available at the City Clerk’s office, 715 Mulberry St., 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Pet owners may also purchase dog or cat licenses from Waterloo Animal Control officers, at the Cedar Bend Humane Society or by mail.

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Bowser commits $4.7 million to long-neglected islands in Anacostia River

Mayor Muriel E. Bowser (D) announced on Friday a $4.7 million investment in two islands in the Anacostia River, which had been neglected for decades amid stalled plans from developers, environmentalists and previous administrations. Bowser, who has declared 2018 “The Year of the Anacostia ,” also....

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First Baptist pastor Robert Jeffress says sentiment of Trump's vulgar immigration remarks 'on target'

Jeffress, the head of First Baptist Dallas and an adviser to the president, said Friday that Trump was "right on target" when he questioned why the U.S. should permit more immigrants from countries like Haiti and some in Africa during a bipartisan meeting on immigration reform Thursday.

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Pastor who had sex encounter with teen placed on leave

'I don't believe I broke the law': Pastor who admitted driving a 17-year-old girl into the woods and sexually assaulting her claims she was being 'flirtatious' and her 'hormones were in the moment' Andy Savage was placed on a leave of absence, Highpoint Church officials said; The 42-year-old....

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Vermilion teacher: School board head should resign

People hold signs at a rally for school teacher Deyshia Hargrave, who was arrested while speaking against the superintendent's pay raise at an education board meeting earlier this week, in Abbeville, La., Thursday, Jan. 11, 2018. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)( By The Associated Press ABBEVILLE, La.

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Norbert W. Schroeder

Published in the Owatonna People's Press. Norbert W. Schroeder 1924–2018 Owatonna— Norbert Wilfred Schroeder, 93, of Owatonna, died January 8, 2018 at Homestead Hospice House, Owatonna, MN. Norbert was born on December 26, 1924 at home in Meriden Township. He was the son of Ewald and Caroline "Lena" (Abbe) Schroeder.

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Domestic staff was gifted with the new house she was told to clean

- Cara is a domestic worker and her employer asked her to clean a new house. - She was told to clean it carefully because there was an "important party" later on. - However, it turned out that the house was being gifted to her. A US domestic worker was pleasantly pranked recently when she discovered....

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Does Free Speech Mean Free to Preach Hate? An American Fundamentalist Pastor Tests Jamaica’s Limits

Anderson has already been banned from entering the United Kingdom, Canada, South Africa and Malawi on grounds of hate speech and incitement to violence. Human Rights First, a US advocacy group, is urging the US Department of State to condemn Anderson's homophobic stance in light of his approaching visit to Jamaica.

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Donations will help family stay warm after leaving apartment that cut off heat

By Zahra Ahmad FLINT, MI -- A week ago, Felicia Smith and her 13-year-old son, Jakhi, were without a home, living in a room at the Red Roof Inn while she tried to find a new home for them. On Jan. 11, Smith received news that not only would she have a new apartment to move into, but that her family....

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Continue reading First Baptist Dallas pastor Jeffress says sentiment of Trump's vulgar immigration remarks 'on target'

Jeffress, the head of First Baptist Dallas and an adviser to the president, said Friday that Trump was "right on target" when he questioned why the U.S. should permit more immigrants from countries like Haiti and some in Africa during a bipartisan meeting on immigration reform Thursday.

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Members of evangelical advisory council stand by Trump

A few members of President Trump’s evangelical advisory council — including its spokesman — on Friday defended the president for comments he was said to have made about immigrants from places including Africa and Central America. In a statement to The Washington Post, spokesman Johnnie Moore....

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Presbyterian Church of Le Sueur to close

Over the course of its life, Hein said that the church had been popular, contributing to mission trips and community organizations like the Le Sueur Food Shelf. She said the church has nurtured a number of people who have gone on to practice ministry in other churches and helped to bring people closer to their religion.

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An inside look at The Pregame in Cahokia

Melinda Harris has fought to save her home after two contractors didn't finish renovations and the city of Belleville condemned the house at 600 Wabash Avenue. But now she has agreed to have the house demolished. Take a look of the sites for the future Bethel Road Bridge and Ogles Creek Bridge for....

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