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Body camera footage appears to contradict NAACP president's account of racial profiling by police
TIMMONSVILLE, SC (WMBF) The President of the Timmonsville NAACP is coming under fire after body camera footage released by Timmonsville Police appears to contradict a Facebook post he made last month alleging that he was racially profiled by the officer who stopped him.

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Body camera footage appears to contradict NAACP president's account of racial profiling by police
TIMMONSVILLE, SC (WMBF) The President of the Timmonsville NAACP is coming under fire after body camera footage released by Timmonsville Police appears to contradict a Facebook post he made last month alleging that he was racially profiled by the officer who stopped him.

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Chicago teens take lead on gun violence at home, nationally
It is hard and often anguishing work, keeping the peace. North Lawndale's Peace Warriors do it in small and large ways. When invited to Parkland, Florida, after 17 people died in a school shooting there in February, they answered the call to mourn together and to unite in what's become a national youth movement aimed at stopping gun violence.

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Body camera footage appears to contradict NAACP president's account of racial profiling by police
TIMMONSVILLE, SC (WMBF) The President of the Timmonsville NAACP is coming under fire after body camera footage released by Timmonsville Police appears to contradict a Facebook post he made last month alleging that he was racially profiled by the officer who stopped him.

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Body camera footage appears to contradict NAACP president's account of racial profiling by police
TIMMONSVILLE, SC (WMBF) The President of the Timmonsville NAACP is coming under fire after body camera footage released by Timmonsville Police appears to contradict a Facebook post he made last month alleging that he was racially profiled by the officer who stopped him.

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Blackouts, hyperinflation, hunger: Maduro faces reelection as Venezuela deteriorates
In her cement block home in eastern Caracas, Zulay Perez, 63, walked into her kitchen and turned on the faucet. “See? Nothing,” she said. “No water. No water at all.” For Venezuelans like Perez — the wife of a factory worker — life was never easy. But in the past, she said, the couple would get running water at least a few days each month.

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APC chieftain, Tony Anenih, others arraigned for alleged N700m graft
Jethro Ibileke/Benin. The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Wednesday arrainged a chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC) and former Deputy Governor of Edo State, Mr. Lucky Imasuen, before Justice P. I. Ajoku of the Federal High Court, in Benin, the State capi, for allegedly laundering the sum of N700 million.

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Six must-reads on deadly Gaza protests and U.S. Embassy's Jerusalem move
1. The plumes of smoke rising in the distance from Gaza were already visible on the drive from the Negev town of Netivot Monday morning. Over the next several hours, the smoke from burning tires grew thicker at dozens of protest sites along the entire Strip, from the area across from Moshav Netiv....

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Pastor Denounces Highlands’ Urban Plan as ‘Slavemaster Church’
A Birmingham pastor known for posting controversial church signs has targeted Alabama’s largest church with a sign that says, “Black Folks Need to Stay Out of White Churches.” The Rev. Michael R. Jordan, pastor of New Era Baptist Church in Birmingham’s West End, said the sign expresses his....

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‘Orion Edutech vocational training will give students practical skills’
From left, Mr Ahmed Oladejo an assistance trainer, principal, Soundhope Academy, Ipaja, Lagos, Mrs Rasheedat Abiola, facilitator of Indian Vocational Tranning in Nigeria and Director, Educational Advance Centre (EAC), Nigeria, Pastor Muyiwa Bamgbose, Proprietor, Soundhope Academy, Dr Fatimo Monayajo....

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Plainview pastor killed in motorcycle accident
PLAINVIEW, TX (KCBD) - A Plainview pastor has died, killed in a motorcycle accident on Tuesday afternoon. Officers say 54-year-old David Pollard was struck by a pickup while riding southbound along the west service road of Interstate 27 in front of Wendy's. Pollard's 2007 Harley Davidson was struck by a 2006 Ford pickup.

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Plainview pastor killed in motorcycle accident
PLAINVIEW, TX (KCBD) - A Plainview pastor has died, killed in a motorcycle accident on Tuesday afternoon. Officers say 54-year-old David Pollard was struck by a pickup while riding southbound along the west service road of Interstate 27 in front of Wendy's. Pollard's 2007 Harley Davidson was struck by a 2006 Ford pickup.

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Former county appraiser Esther Koerperich passes away at age 77
Hiawatha, Kansas (66434) Today. Some clouds this evening will give way to mainly clear skies overnight. A stray shower or thunderstorm is possible. Low 59F. Winds ENE at 5 to 10 mph.. Tonight. Some clouds this evening will give way to mainly clear skies overnight. A stray shower or thunderstorm is possible.

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Memorial could turn Montgomery into tourist hot spot
This April 28, 2018 photo shows visitors looking at markers bearing the names of lynching victims at the National Memorial for Peace and Justice in Montgomery, Ala. The memorial includes some 800 markers, one for each county in the U.S. where lynchings took place, documenting the killings of more than 4,400 individuals between 1877 and 1950.

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Here's what you'll find at the movies this summer
“Today, it’s even more important that there is a wide variety of films out there, films that are provocative, that are thrilling, that obviously are entertaining and that you’re presenting them in new and exciting ways,” said Jim Orr, Universal Pictures’ president of domestic theatrical distribution.

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Kathleen Parker: Jerusalem Jared and the city of truth
WASHINGTON -- The past few days have provided a head-swiveling study in cognitive dissonance and dueling realities. Monday started the week with a jolt in Jerusalem, where the U.S. and Israel celebrated the American embassy move from Tel Aviv. Television spectators around the world watched as the....

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Milwaukee church fire causes $17 million in damage new
Flames shoot out of Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church in Milwaukee May 15, 2018. (Image source: WITI-TV) MILWAUKEE (WLUK) -- A fire at a historical church in downtown Milwaukee has caused $17 million in damage, officials say. Chief Mark Rohlfing said the fire at Trinity Evangelical Lutheran church began in the roof area.

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Here's what you'll find at the movies this summer
“Today, it’s even more important that there is a wide variety of films out there, films that are provocative, that are thrilling, that obviously are entertaining and that you’re presenting them in new and exciting ways,” said Jim Orr, Universal Pictures’ president of domestic theatrical distribution.

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Pastor defends church sign that says 'black folks need to stay out of white churches'
In an interview with AL.com, Jordan, who is black, defended the sign, which he said is in response to a new branch of the Church of the Highlands opening up in his neighborhood. He called the new place of worship, which will have a black pastor, a "slavemaster church." "I call it plantation religion, slavemaster religion," he said.

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Detroit named one of America's most vegan-friendly cities 25 Mins With a growing number of restaurants that feature animal-free options, Detroit is one of the
DETROIT - With a growing number of restaurants that feature animal-free options, Detroit is one of the top 10 most vegan-friendly cities, according to PETA. Detroit placed sixth on a list of 10 cities that offer vegan fare across the country. Detroit Vegan Soul's Soul Platter, which includes creamy....

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Pastor defends church sign that says 'black folks need to stay out of white churches'
“Trump deceived poor white folks" and “George Zimmerman jury supported white racism" on the church sign in Birmingham, Alabama, according to The Root. His latest sign led Birmingham Mayor Randall Woodfin to decry "a spirit of racism and division" that Woodfin said still remains in the city.

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Pastor defends church sign that says 'black folks need to stay out of white churches'
In an interview with AL.com, Jordan, who is black, defended the sign, which he said is in response to a new branch of the Church of the Highlands opening up in his neighborhood. He called the new place of worship, which will have a black pastor, a "slavemaster church." "I call it plantation religion, slavemaster religion," he said.

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Pastor defends church sign that says 'black folks need to stay out of white churches'
“Trump deceived poor white folks" and “George Zimmerman jury supported white racism" on the church sign in Birmingham, Alabama, according to The Root. His latest sign led Birmingham Mayor Randall Woodfin to decry "a spirit of racism and division" that Woodfin said still remains in the city.

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Pastor defends church sign that says 'black folks need to stay out of white churches'
“Trump deceived poor white folks" and “George Zimmerman jury supported white racism" on the church sign in Birmingham, Alabama, according to The Root. His latest sign led Birmingham Mayor Randall Woodfin to decry "a spirit of racism and division" that Woodfin said still remains in the city.

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Pastor defends church sign that says 'black folks need to stay out of white churches'
In an interview with AL.com, Jordan, who is black, defended the sign, which he said is in response to a new branch of the Church of the Highlands opening up in his neighborhood. He called the new place of worship, which will have a black pastor, a "slavemaster church." "I call it plantation religion, slavemaster religion," he said.

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Another House Republican falls short in a bid for higher office
Despite efforts to tie themselves to President Trump, all except Rep. James B. Renacci of Ohio and Rep. Lou Barletta of Pennsylvania — a staunch Trump supporter who won the Senate nomination on Tuesday — were felled by the anti-Washington fervor that has remained a potent force in Republican contests.

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