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The Progress 1000: London's most influential people 2018 - Social pillars: Faith
Sarah Mullally Bishop of London. The most senior woman Anglican cleric, her route to one of the most prominent sees of the CofE was anything but obvious: she's a former Chief Nursing Officer. She's about as different from her predecessor, Richard Chartres, as it's possible to get...

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New map gives Democrats hope in more Pennsylvania districts
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Scott Perry has won his conservative district by no fewer than 25 percentage points on his way to three terms in Congress, but a sweeping redraw of Pennsylvania’s House district boundaries has forced several Republican congressmen into newly competitive seats, Perry as much as anyone.

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2019: I am confident of victory in Taraba – Sen. Alhassan
Sen. Aisha Alhassan, former Minister of Women Affairs and Social Development and the governorship candidate of the United Democratic Party (UDP) in Taraba, says she is confident of victory in 2019 general elections with her new platform. Alhassan expressed the optimism on Wednesday in Abuja when she....

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North Carolina editorial roundup
But we also detect a rising voice out there in our communities, one that declares, enough! More and more, those who inhabit the more centrist zones of liberal and conservative thinking are calling for a return to civility and a resurrection of that almost forgotten conception of politics as the art of compromise.

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I am confident of victory in Taraba – Mama Taraba
She said it was not the name of political party that mattered in winning elections but the structure and followership in any election. Alhassan, a.k.a. “Mama Taraba’’, as well as her counterpart, the former Minister of Communications, Mr Adebayo Shittu, were disqualified by the All Progressives....

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I am confident of victory in Taraba – Sen. Aisha Alhassan
Sen. Aisha Alhassan, former Minister of Women Affairs and Social Development and the governorship candidate of the United Democratic Party (UDP) in Taraba, says she is confident of victory in 2019 general elections with her new platform. Alhassan expressed the optimism on Wednesday in Abuja when she....

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Oshiomhole Cross River APC members wants party national chairman sacked
The members of a faction of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Cross River state, have called for the sack of the party’s national chairman, Adams Oshiomhole. According to Daily Post, the spokesman of the group, Sylvester Nsa said Oshiomhole's actions might end up destroying the APC.

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Cheating couple caught cohabiting
A Tafara woman regrets ever making marriage vows after she caught her husband cohabiting with a married church mate in Highfield on Wednesday. Lucia Sawali, 34, following a tip-off, could not believe her eyes after discovering that her husband Vancent Sawali, 40, was cohabiting with their churchmate and pastor's daughter Purpose Maxen.

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Ex-wife of former Liberia leader Charles Taylor denies torture
Image caption Agnes Taylor previously worked as a lecturer and head of department at Coventry University. The ex-wife of former Liberian president Charles Taylor has pleaded not guilty to a string of torture charges - some involving children. Agnes Taylor, 52, was charged last year after a Metropolitan Police inquiry.

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The Latest: Catholic dioceses in Texas to ID accused priests
The 15 Catholic dioceses in Texas early next year will release the names of clergy who have served in a parish since 1950 who have been "credibly accused" of sexual abuse of a minor. The move was announced in a statement Wednesday by Bishop Edward Burns of the Catholic Diocese of Dallas. Texas bishops made the decision Sept.

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Kean calls on religious bodies to assist in rehabilitation of inmates
Commissioner of Corrections Commander Francis Kean (right) and President of the Methodist Church in Fiji, Reverend Epineri Vakadewavosa signing their MoU to improve the effectiveness of rehabilitation of ex-offenders who are members of the Methodist Church. Picture: ATU RASEA.

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The Latest: Catholic dioceses in Texas to ID accused priests
DALLAS (AP) - The Latest on response by Catholic dioceses in Texas to Catholic Church sex-abuse scandal (all times local): 1 p.m. The 15 Catholic dioceses in Texas early next year will release the names of clergy who have served in a parish since 1950 who have been “credibly accused” of sexual abuse of a minor.

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The Latest: Catholic dioceses in Texas to ID accused priests
DALLAS (AP) - The Latest on response by Catholic dioceses in Texas to Catholic Church sex-abuse scandal (all times local): 1 p.m. The 15 Catholic dioceses in Texas early next year will release the names of clergy who have served in a parish since 1950 who have been "credibly accused" of sexual abuse of a minor.

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Hurricane Michael Makes Landfall in Florida
TALLAHASSEE, Fla.—Hurricane Michael slammed ashore near Mexico Beach, Fla., Wednesday, becoming the most powerful storm on record to hit Florida’s Panhandle. The Category 4 storm’s center made landfall in a region rimmed with tourist beaches and fishing villages, while packing maximum-sustained....

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North Carolina editorial roundup
But we also detect a rising voice out there in our communities, one that declares, enough! More and more, those who inhabit the more centrist zones of liberal and conservative thinking are calling for a return to civility and a resurrection of that almost forgotten conception of politics as the art of compromise.

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Hurricane Michael Live Updates: Category 4 Storm Makes Landfall in Florida
PANAMA CITY, Fla. — A frighteningly powerful Hurricane Michael made landfall on the Florida Panhandle on Wednesday, with the Category 4 storm unleashing a blitz of rain, wind and storm surge that forecasters feared would ravage parts of the South. The storm had maximum sustained winds of 155 miles per hour, and its center reached Mexico Beach, Fla.

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North Carolina editorial roundup
But we also detect a rising voice out there in our communities, one that declares, enough! More and more, those who inhabit the more centrist zones of liberal and conservative thinking are calling for a return to civility and a resurrection of that almost forgotten conception of politics as the art of compromise.

Read Full Article
 
North Carolina editorial roundup
But we also detect a rising voice out there in our communities, one that declares, enough! More and more, those who inhabit the more centrist zones of liberal and conservative thinking are calling for a return to civility and a resurrection of that almost forgotten conception of politics as the art of compromise.

Read Full Article
 
North Carolina editorial roundup
Recent editorials from North Carolina newspapers: Oct. 8. The Fayetteville Observer on political change: It's hard to imagine how the political noise could get louder, how left and right could be more at odds. But we might have said that two years ago too, and now we know the answer: Yes, it could get worse.

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The Latest: Catholic dioceses in Texas to ID accused priests
DALLAS (AP) - The Latest on response by Catholic dioceses in Texas to Catholic Church sex-abuse scandal (all times local): 1 p.m. The 15 Catholic dioceses in Texas early next year will release the names of clergy who have served in a parish since 1950 who have been "credibly accused" of sexual abuse of a minor.

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New map gives Dems hope in 10th District, others
HARRISBURG — Scott Perry has won his conservative district by no fewer than 25 percentage points on his way to three terms in Congress, but a sweeping redraw of Pennsylvania’s House district boundaries has forced several Republican congressmen into newly competitive seats, Perry as much as anyone.

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Concerns arise over condition of Revere Bell in First Congregational Church of Paxton
PAXTON A bell made in Paul Revere's shop hangs above the Common in the steeple of First Congregational Church. But it's tilted on an awkward, abnormal 30-degree angle, which worries church leaders. Pastor Jane Willan and congregation member Drew Howard submitted a letter about their concerns to the....

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CLICO clients told: 'Keep faith' for another payout
By NEIL HARTNELL. Tribune Business Editor. This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . The Government is working on a fourth CLICO (Bahamas) payout to come as early as next month, with a well-known pastor yesterday urging the insolvent insurer's clients: "Keep the faith.

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Meet Harold M. Love, Jr., candidate for Tennessee House of Representatives, District 58
Editor's note: The Tennessean Editorial Board invited U.S. Senate, gubernatorial, and Middle Tennessee congressional and legislative candidates to fill out our survey. Find this candidate's answers below. Replay statewide candidate interviews with the editorial board. Harold M. Love, Jr.

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Flint girl, seven, is killed inside her home by burst of gunfire intended for her 16-year-old uncle
A seven-year-old girl has been killed inside her home by gunfire that police believe was intended for her 16-year-old uncle. Zaniyah Burns was fatally struck in the head by the gunfire on Tuesday evening inside her home in Flint, Michigan. Flint police Chief Timothy Johnson says he believes the....

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Grenada files first case against Republic of Trinidad & Tobago in Original Jurisdiction of the CCJ
Grenada has filed its first case against the Republic of Trinidad & Tobago in the Original Jurisdiction of the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ). It’s the second case filed by Grenada, in just 2 weeks, in the Original Jurisdiction of the CCJ. In the 2nd case filed this morning (Tuesday 9), David....

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