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Clergy ask citizens to foster on development: ‘Malawians must be proud to have lived together peacefully over 54 years’
Members of the clergy at a National Worship Service held in commemoration of the 54 years of independence held at Mzuzu State Lodge have asked Malawians to be patriotic to ensure meaningful development in the country. The clergy made the call Friday at the service of worship where President Peter....

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Kimbal Musk is backing a fast-food chain that charges customers more in wealthier neighborhoods
Everytable/Facebook. Everytable is an Los Angeles-based fast-food chain founded in 2015. The chain changes its prices based on the average income in the neighborhood where it's located. Customers in low-income neighborhoods pay less than those in high-income neighborhoods, and s ales in wealthier....

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'You are remembered': Dallas police, community pay respects to July 7 ambush victims
"You are loved. You are missed. You are remembered." Nearly 200 family members, friends, elected officials and community members gathered in remembrance of the officers who died in the July 7, 2016, ambush in downtown Dallas. The event, held a day before the attack's second anniversary, honored....

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Delta APC protests Oshiomhole’s adoption of Ogboru/Omo-Agege’s faction
Chukwudi Akasike and Theophilus Onojeghen. he Delta State chapter of the All Progressives Congress has asked the Mr. Adams Oshiomhole-led National Working Committee not to overturn the outcome of the state congress where the Chief Cyril Ogodo-led State Working Committee was elected.

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Chicago’s South Side Community Arts Center among preservation grant recipients
Included on the list of grant recipients is Chicago’s South Side Community Arts Center on South Michigan Avenue. The center was founded by the late artist/poet/activist Dr. Margaret Burroughs in the early 1940s as a venue dedicated to showcasing the work of African-American artists. The building was designated a Chicago historical landmark in 1994.

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Editorial: Open Door, open hearts
Thank heavens for Notre Dame de La Salette Roman Catholic church on Parc Ave. When all too often “love thy neighbour” is taken merely as a philosophical aspiration, the church’s pastor and his parishioners are walking the talk, welcoming a drop-in centre for homeless people that itself was threatened with homelessness.

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Recent events show how people continue to work to create ‘a more perfect union’
In 1787, when America’s founders convened in Philadelphia to draft a constitution, the union of territories-turned-states was not only new but fragile. At our birth, our nation was far from perfect. Even today, the goal set out then of seeking to create “a more perfect union” clearly has not been fully realized.

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Costco food court ditches polish dogs for healthy options
Members are kind of obsessed with the items at the warehouse's popular food court. Items change from time to time, but are not always welcomed . That's because when something is added, something has to be taken away. As The Seattle Times first reported, the polish dog is coming off the menu at most locations.

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$1.1M awarded to preserve African-American historic sites
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Grants totaling $1.1 million will help support important African-American heritage sites including the homes of jazz musician John Coltrane and playwright August Wilson, a Virginia location central to the slave trade and civil rights locations in Birmingham, a preservation group announced Friday.

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$1.1M awarded to preserve African-American historic sites, including home of John Coltrane
NEW ORLEANS >> Grants totaling $1.1 million will help support important African-American heritage sites including the homes of jazz musician John Coltrane and playwright August Wilson, a Virginia location central to the slave trade and civil rights locations in Birmingham, a preservation group announced Friday.

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Costco makes food court changes: Say goodbye to the polish dog, hello to healthy options
Members are kind of obsessed with the items at the warehouse's popular food court. Items change from time to time, but are not always welcomed . That's because when something is added, something has to be taken away. Costco is discontinuing the polish dog at many locations.

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CAN suspends nationwide protest slated for July 11
Fred Ezeh, Abuja. Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), has suspended the nationwide protest that was hitherto scheduled for July 11. CAN President, Rev. Samson Ayokunle Olasupo, had in a statement on Thursday , mobilized Christians to a peaceful protest nationwide on July 11 , to register their....

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Costco food court is dumping the Polish dog, but here's what to expect on the menu
While many Costco customers are probably saddened by news that the wholesale warehouse plans to remove Polish hot dogs from its food court menu, the changes will offer up some healthier choices. , Costco is planning to tweak its grab-and-go lineup. Other than losing the Polish dog, the....

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$1.1M awarded to preserve African-American historic sites
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Grants totaling $1.1 million will help support important African-American heritage sites including the homes of jazz musician John Coltrane and playwright August Wilson, a Virginia location central to the slave trade and civil rights locations in Birmingham, a preservation group announced Friday.

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Jackson News Pastor Frank Hampton Jr. lived what he preached for 55 years in Jackson
JACKSON, MI - He opened his home to anyone who needed advice or aid, from criminals to wayward children, to politicians. He collected damaged or unused food to distribute to the homeless and he spent many days in prisons and jails, working to advocate for and rehabilitate those ensnared by the criminal justice system.

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News $1.1M awarded to preserve African-American historic sites
NEW ORLEANS (AP) - Grants totaling $1.1 million will help support important African-American heritage sites including the homes of jazz musician John Coltrane and playwright August Wilson, a Virginia location central to the slave trade and civil rights locations in Birmingham, a preservation group announced Friday.

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$1.1M awarded to preserve African-American historic sites
By REBECCA SANTANA Associated Press. NEW ORLEANS (AP) - Grants totaling $1.1 million will help support important African-American heritage sites including the homes of jazz musician John Coltrane and playwright August Wilson, a Virginia location central to the slave trade and civil rights locations....

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DR. Chris Okafor on a One Billion Souls Mandate
Dr Chris Okafor, the senior pastor of Greater Liberation City Church AKA Liberation City is truly on a mission to win 1 Billion souls for Christ as acclaimed and is not stopping anytime soon as he trots the globe with the Message of Liberation taking the great Sound of Abundance to the nooks and....

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GOP congressional candidate once questioned women pursuing careers
A Republican congressional candidate in North Carolina once questioned if making a career the "ultimate goal" was a "healthy pursuit" for women, , a former Baptist pastor who won the GOP primary for North Carolina's 9th Congressional District in May, made the comments while delivering a sermon in 2013.

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Fight involving 50 people in Tuscaloosa leads to dozens of shots
TUSCALOOSA, AL (WBRC) - The 4th of July ended overnight in Tuscaloosa with a fight involving around 50 people and dozens of shots being fired. Despite the number of gunshots, the only thing hit was a car driven by a 17 year-old girl trying to escape the violence.

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Court dissolves 19-year marriage over threat to life
The President of a Mapo Customary Court in Ibadan, Ademola Odunade, on Friday dissolved the 19-year marriage between one Kehinde Anthony and husband, Samuel, over threat to life and irreconcilable differences. Odunade said that the court had no other option than to dissolve the union as a result of irreconcilable differences.

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$1.1M awarded to preserve African-American historic sites
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Grants totaling $1.1 million will help support important African-American heritage sites including the homes of jazz musician John Coltrane and playwright August Wilson, a Virginia location central to the slave trade and civil rights locations in Birmingham, a preservation group announced Friday.

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Kamonyi orphans get safe haven as orphanages are phased out
Doing odd construction jobs alongside growing vegetables, Mukamana takes care of her nine children. “I hated seeing them on the street. It is out of kindness that I decided to take on more than I can feed,” Mukamana said. Providing medical insurance, food, clothes, school fees and stationery for her nine children is not an enviable responsibility.

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Why Blacks Are Leaving the Democratic Party
News Analysis. Rob Smith, a black, gay former Democrat, combat veteran, and author, was among those activists who chained himself to a White House fence to protest the “Don’t ask, don’t tell” policy of the U.S. military. He is also one of the strong black voices of what he calls the “’I Don’t Have....

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Reuniting families isn’t enough: A case for holistic immigration reform
Sessions’ exegesis of St. Paul’s instructions to the Romans to submit to governing authorities — essentially, “the law is the law and should be obeyed and enforced, no exceptions” — fails to account for biblical examples of civil disobedience, including from Paul, who wrote several epistles from jail, on the wrong side of unjust laws.

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Solution to our immigration crisis begins well south of the border
One of the insights a foreign correspondent like me gains quickly from history is that, strangely enough, the big problems in foreign policy often have their roots in small places. It was in little-known Sarajevo, of course, that World War I started — and thus, arguably, the Second World War.

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