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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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Tied on the 7th spot, friends let a coin toss decide their fate
ALICIA Alcoseba, 52, and Analyn Ilustrisimo, 40, did everything together when they decided to run for barangay councilor in Lantawan, San Fernando. They filed their certificates of candidacy, joined the same political party, campaigned and even cast their votes together on Election Day. But fate decided to test their friendship.

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Trend: GOP voters punishing House lawmakers seeking higher office, favoring local officials and political outsiders
Republican voters are favoring local officials and political outsiders over Washington veterans on primary ballots this year, dealing defeats to several House lawmakers trying to move on to higher offices. Rep. Raul Labrador of Idaho on Tuesday became the latest Republican incumbent to lose out.

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Factbox - Venezuela's presidential election candidates
The election comes amid a crippling economic and social crisis in the once-wealthy OPEC nation. Following are some details about the main candidates: NICOLAS MADURO. ** The 55-year-old former union leader and bus driver does not have a university degree and proudly calls himself Venezuela’s first “worker president.

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A Chicago teen's cry: 'Nobody that's 16 should have to die'
Since September, Smith has added more than 160 names to that little book, roughly half the student body at this campus on Chicago's West Side. And that doesn't even include those whose friends have been killed. "We would run out of candy," says Smith, sadly. It is hard and often anguishing work, keeping the peace.

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Republican Voters Punish House Lawmakers Seeking Higher Office
Representative Raul Labrador of Idaho on Tuesday became the latest Republican incumbent to lose out. Although he was elected to four terms in the House, GOP voters rejected Labrador’s bid to become the party’s nominee for governor in the state, giving it instead to Lieutenant Governor Brad Little.

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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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PV SUMMER MOVIES 0518
“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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L.G.B.T. Students in Oregon Were Bullied and Forced to Read Bible, Report Says
In the hallways of a rural Oregon high school, gay and lesbian students were taunted with homophobic slurs. In the cafeteria, students pelted a transgender student with food. And when gay and lesbian students got into trouble, the school’s principal assigned a specific punishment just for them: readings from the Bible.

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Sierra Xiao Fister
Missoula, Montana (59801) Today. Partly cloudy with afternoon showers or thunderstorms. High 73F. Winds W at 10 to 15 mph. Chance of rain 50%.. Tonight. Variable clouds with showers and scattered thunderstorms. Storms more numerous this evening. Low 49F. Winds NW at 5 to 10 mph. Chance of rain 70%.

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Jos high court remands former plateau governor in prison
Former Plateau state Governor, Jonah Jang. Supporters of the former Governor of Plateau State, Senator Jonah Jang and PDP stalwarts who thronged Jos High Court on Wednesday hoping Jang will regain his freedom were disappointed as the Court ordered that the former governor should be remanded in Jos....

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Killer cop, Hessy Wa Dandora, warns local pastor against his criminal activities
- Onyango escaped the police dragnet on Friday, May 11. - The police officer said Onyango's crime partner had pleaded for forgiveness. Dandora killer police alias Hessy wa Dandora on Wednesday, May 16, sent out a chilling message to one pastor turned criminal in the area.

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For Chicago teen activists, survival is the No. 1 goal
CHICAGO >> At his desk at North Lawndale College Prep High School, Gerald Smith keeps a small calendar that holds unimaginable grief. In its pages, the dean and student advocate writes the name of each student who’s lost a family member, many of them to gun violence.

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Obi of Onitsha calls for tolerance, mutual respect across religious, ethnic divides
By Nwabueze Okonkwo ONITSHA—OBI of Onitsha, Igwe Alfred Nnaemeka Achebe has charged Nigerians to be tolerant and have mutual respect for one another, irrespective of religious and ethnic differences. He said the major thing required by humanity as children of God, is to find out the purpose of God’s....

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City Beats
Police in Ogun State have arrested two persons - Patrick Udom (35) from Akwa - Ibom State and James Roland(25) from Delta State, for killing their neighbor, who is a cyclist. The suspects also stole the victim's Bajaj motorcycle after hacking the victim identified as Happy Patrick, to death last May, 15 and hid his remains in a sack.

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Chelsea fined for failing to control players
Chelsea have accepted a Football Association charge and been fined £20,000 ($27,000) after players and coaches surrounded the referee at half-time during last week’s 1-1 Premier League draw with Huddersfield. The Blues were angered when Lee Mason awarded the hosts a corner but then blew for half-time before it was taken by Willian.

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Q&A: Schrader on 'First Reformed,' 'Taxi Driver' and God
NEW YORK (AP) — Filmmaker Paul Schrader says he's hoping "First Reformed" isn't his last film, but if it is, at least it's a good one. The 71-year-old screenwriter and director says while he generally has a next film in mind, he's taking a breather to see how his latest film is received.

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Peace Warriors – Gen Z’s ode to SNCC
CHICAGO — At his desk at North Lawndale College Prep High School, Gerald Smith keeps a small calendar that holds unimaginable grief. In its pages, the dean and student advocate writes the name of each student who’s lost a family member, many of them to gun violence.

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Court Adjourns Ruling on Jang’s Bail Application toMay 24
ICPC withdraws charges against ex-governor. By Seriki Adinoyi in Jos. The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) Wednesday arraigned former governor of Plateau State and the senator representing Plateau North in the National Assembly, Jonah David Jang, in Jos High Court over allegation of fraud while he was governor of the state.

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Q&A: Schrader on 'First Reformed,' 'Taxi Driver' and God
"First Reformed" is both. And like "Taxi Driver," it's about the ominous descent of a journal-writing loner heading toward a bloody reckoning — only the protagonist here is an upstate New York pastor (Ethan Hawke) whose faith is shaken after meeting a suicidal environmentalist (Philip Ettinger) and his pregnant wife (Amanda Seyfried).

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Fox News Pays $10 Million To Settle Racial, Gender Bias Suits
Some of the suits named former Fox News comptroller Judith Slater, whom the network fired, and the network's chief attorney, Dianne Brandi, who has been on what the network has termed a "voluntary extended leave" for months. In the bias cases, Brandi was accused of doing nothing to stop Slater's....

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Violence, grief and push for change on Chicago's West Side
The Warriors seek out their heartbroken classmates. They offer a hug, and a small bag of candy. Since September, Smith has added more than 160 names to that little book, roughly half the student body at this campus on Chicago's West Side. And that doesn't even include those whose friends have been killed.

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In the news today, May 16
Six stories in the news for Wednesday, May 16. MORNEAU TO ENUNCIATE TRANS MOUNTAIN VISION. Finance Minister Bill Morneau will provide an update today on the status of his talks with Kinder Morgan to expedite the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion — but he is not expected to announce a deal.

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Q&A: Schrader on 'First Reformed,' 'Taxi Driver' and God
Usually by now, the prolific filmmaker and legendary screenwriter Paul Schrader is already on to the next one. But after finishing the religious thriller "First Reformed," which has been hailed as Schrader's late-life masterpiece, the 71-year-old filmmaker is taking a breather.

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Q&A: Schrader on 'First Reformed,' 'Taxi Driver' and God
But after finishing the religious thriller "First Reformed," which has been hailed as Schrader's late-life masterpiece, the 71-year-old filmmaker is taking a breather. "I've just decided to let this one play out," he said in a recent interview speaking by phone from his home in Putnam County, New York.

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Women have a good chance to win several House seats in Pennsylvania — a state represented by all men
After Tuesday's Pennsylvania primary elections, women appear to have a good chance of winning several congressional seats in the state. No women currently represent Pennsylvania in Congress. Democrats hope to pick up multiple GOP-held seats in the state as they try to take a House majority after November's midterm elections.

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