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Some of the most passionate pleas for Michigan's Best Mexican restaurant
BY AMY SHERMAN | This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it and JOHN GONZALEZ | This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . Life changing tacos, ethereal chiles rellenos, and downright dreamy enchiladas. Just some of the reasons why we Michiganders love our local Mexican restaurants. We are in the middle of our search for Michigan's Best Mexican....

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Tonto Dikeh visits filthy rich pastor, Shepherd Bushiri's church in South Africa (photo)
- Nollywood actress Tonto Dikeh recently visited a church in South Africa and was given a grand welcome. - The actress attended a program at Enlightened Christian Gathering Church (ECG) - Flamboyant pastor, Shepherd Bushiri announced her presence in the church and on social media.

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Youth minister charged with sending explicit images to teen girls at his church
A youth minister is accused of sending sexually explicit photos of himself to four teenage girls who were parishioners at his Northwest Side worship center, according to prosecutors. Daniel Ramos, 29, began sending the images to the girls, who ranged in age from 12 to 17, in early 2015 about a year....

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Scott Lively says he has enough signatures to get on the GOP ballot
By Globe Staff May 15, 2018. Frank Phillips Scott Lively, the socially conservative Springfield pastor and controversial antigay crusader, appears to have cleared his second and likely final hurdle in ensuring he will be on the GOP primary ballot, potentially creating some havoc for Governor Charlie....

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Pastor denounces Highlands' 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 opposition to the in his neighborhood.

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Is this an angel or a moth? See the photo
This man claims his photo captured an angel. Others say it's a moth. DETROIT A Michigan fire chief claimed his truck was touched by an angel and that Glen Thorman, fire chief for East Jordan, Mich., said a motion sensor camera captured an image of what appears to be an angel floating above his....

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SC NAACP leader says he was racially profiled. Body cam footage tells different story
The president of a local chapter of the NAACP in South Carolina said he was racially profiled in April by a police officer when he was pulled over for a traffic violation, but body camera footage released by the Timmonsville Police Department contradicts the reverend’s claims.

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SC NAACP leader says he was racially profiled. Body cam footage tells different story
The president of a local chapter of the NAACP in South Carolina said he was racially profiled in April by a police officer when he was pulled over for a traffic violation, but body camera footage released by the Timmonsville Police Department contradicts the reverend’s claims.

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Ex-F1 ace Massa to race Formula E starting next season
Former Ferrari ace Felipe Massa has signed a three-year deal to race Formula E starting in the 2018-2019 season, his new Venturi team said on Tuesday. "Today I am starting a new phase in my career, I just signed with Venturi GP team to race next season," the 37-year-old Brazilian said on Twitter.

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SC NAACP leader says he was racially profiled. Body cam footage tells different story
The president of a local chapter of the NAACP in South Carolina said he was racially profiled in April by a police officer when he was pulled over for a traffic violation, but body camera footage released by the Timmonsville Police Department contradicts the reverend’s claims.

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SC NAACP leader says he was racially profiled. Body cam footage tells different story
The president of a local chapter of the NAACP in South Carolina said he was racially profiled in April by a police officer when he was pulled over for a traffic violation, but body camera footage released by the Timmonsville Police Department contradicts the reverend’s claims.

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SC NAACP leader says he was racially profiled. Body cam footage tells different story
The president of a local chapter of the NAACP in South Carolina said he was racially profiled in April by a police officer when he was pulled over for a traffic violation, but body camera footage released by the Timmonsville Police Department contradicts the reverend’s claims.

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SC NAACP leader says he was racially profiled. Body cam footage tells different story
The president of a local chapter of the NAACP in South Carolina said he was racially profiled in April by a police officer when he was pulled over for a traffic violation, but body camera footage released by the Timmonsville Police Department contradicts the reverend’s claims.

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SC NAACP leader says he was racially profiled. Body cam footage tells different story
The president of a local chapter of the NAACP in South Carolina said he was racially profiled in April by a police officer when he was pulled over for a traffic violation, but body camera footage released by the Timmonsville Police Department contradicts the reverend’s claims.

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This priest believed the church should engage with the people
The Rev. Joe Vetter, a Roman Catholic priest whose funeral was Tuesday, lived a multi-dimensioned and fruitful life that a standard resume or obituary cannot fully describe. Since his death a week ago, friends and colleagues have assessed and reminisced. “A great man,’’ said a mutual friend. A minister of “out-sized impact,’’ said a fellow priest.

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SC NAACP leader says he was racially profiled. Body cam footage tells different story
The president of a local chapter of the NAACP in South Carolina said he was racially profiled in April by a police officer when he was pulled over for a traffic violation, but body camera footage released by the Timmonsville Police Department contradicts the reverend’s claims.

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GOP's Lively challenges Gov. Baker to primary debates
BOSTON Republican gubernatorial candidate Scott Lively is challenging incumbent Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker to debates ahead of the September primary. Lively said Tuesday he's collected more than 11,000 certified voter signatures. The state requires at least 10,000 certified signatures to secure a spot on the ballot.

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SC NAACP leader says he was racially profiled. Body cam footage tells different story
The president of a local chapter of the NAACP in South Carolina said he was racially profiled in April by a police officer when he was pulled over for a traffic violation, but body camera footage released by the Timmonsville Police Department contradicts the reverend’s claims.

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SC NAACP leader says he was racially profiled. Body cam footage tells different story
The president of a local chapter of the NAACP in South Carolina said he was racially profiled in April by a police officer when he was pulled over for a traffic violation, but body camera footage released by the Timmonsville Police Department contradicts the reverend’s claims.

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SC NAACP leader says he was racially profiled. Body cam footage tells different story
The president of a local chapter of the NAACP in South Carolina said he was racially profiled in April by a police officer when he was pulled over for a traffic violation, but body camera footage released by the Timmonsville Police Department contradicts the reverend’s claims.

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Deya released on Sh10m bond after nine months in remand
In his ruling, Justice Luka Kimaru said that Pastor Deya’s previous conduct was still questionable and was considered a flight risk. However, he pointed an accusing finger at the prosecution for failing to complete his trial even after being granted an additional 90 days.

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Dr. King’s Poor People’s campaign gets new life with activity in 30 locations
William Barber attends the National CARES Mentoring Movement's third annual For The Love Of Our Children Gala on January 29, 2018 in New York City. The Poor People’s campaign protest march to fight for economic and poverty issues in the spirit of Dr. Jr ., and the original 1960s campaign, resulted in faith leaders getting arrested near the U.

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Hillsong Church's "There Is More Tour" Returns To US This Fall, Featuring Hillsong Worship, Brian Houston
HILLSONG CHURCHHillsong Worship and Brian Houston as featured on the 2018 "There Is More Tour." Following a successful spring leg for the "There Is More Tour," featuring inspirational speeches by Hillsong Church Senior Pastor Brian Houston and performances by Hillsong Worship to filled-to-capacity....

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Ex-F1 ace Massa to race Formula E starting next season
Former Ferrari ace Felipe Massa has signed a three-year deal to race Formula E starting in the 2018-2019 season, his new Venturi team said on Tuesday. "Today I am starting a new phase in my career, I just signed with Venturi GP team to race next season," the 37-year-old Brazilian said on Twitter.

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Gov. Eric Greitens’s Troubles: Everything You Need to Know
First came a public admission from Gov. Eric Greitens of Missouri that he had been unfaithful to his wife. What followed was a dizzying series of events: calls for his resignation, two felony charges, the release of a report filled with graphic and troubling details, a threat of impeachment and....

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Team Rama blames Osmeña’s propaganda for allies’ loss
ALTHOUGH the Commission on Elections (Comelec) has yet to proclaim the winners, unofficial results are hinting at a new political landscape in Cebu City. For the past five years, the opposition had 65 barangay captains under its wing, while Bando Osmeña Pundok Kauswagan (BOPK) only had 15.

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