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50 takes on tacos from coast to coast
In San Diego, Puesto lets diners mix and match three of the dozen taco options, such as Filet Mignon, Chicken al Pastor and Tamarindo Shrimp. In San Diego, Puesto lets diners mix and match three of the dozen taco options, such as Filet Mignon, Chicken al Pastor and Tamarindo Shrimp.

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50 takes on tacos from coast to coast
In San Diego, Puesto lets diners mix and match three of the dozen taco options, such as Filet Mignon, Chicken al Pastor and Tamarindo Shrimp. In San Diego, Puesto lets diners mix and match three of the dozen taco options, such as Filet Mignon, Chicken al Pastor and Tamarindo Shrimp.

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2014 lava flow spared Pahoa of devastation
They were relatively lucky in Pahoa in 2014-15. A slow-moving flaming trail of 2,100-degree lava in October 2014 crossed Apaa Street, overran Cemetery Road, destroyed a Buddhist cemetery, burned a farmer’s shed and set a stack of tires and an open-air cattle shed on fire in the rural community of 8,200.

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Relative of General Robert E. Lee pushing race conversation in an unexpected way
STATESVILLE, NC (WBTV) - On a Thursday afternoon in late April, Rob Lee stood in front of his public speaking class at Appalachian State University. The room was silent as he recited a quote encouraging his students to keep pushing the status quo. At 25, Lee isn't much older than the college sophomores in his class.

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North Haledon Minister In Plane Crash Known Worldwide For Kindness, Charity
There was no mistaking the purple plane that went down Wednesday in West Milford for those who knew Andrew Topp. The minister from North Haledon lived his life "on the edge, challenging barriers, and in search of the wild," as he helped those in need here and abroad, said his daughter, Erica Fischer- Kaslander.

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Speaker Ryan Backs Down From House Chaplain Fight
Updated 6:30 p.m. An ongoing Capitol drama over the fate of the House chaplain escalated as quickly as it ended on Thursday, with Rev. Patrick Conroy rescinding his resignation and Speaker Paul Ryan accepting his decision. In a sharply worded letter, Conroy, a Jesuit priest, suggested bias against....

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Humble church offers curbside fellowship on National Day of Prayer
HUMBLE – It's the National Day of Prayer. And for those who'd like to pray with someone, Luke Church off S. Houston Avenue offered a drive-thru option for people wanting to participate while on the go. "National Day of Prayer, as many know, was a joint resolution by Congress in 1952," said Pastor Timothy Sloan.

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Pastors respond to Woodfin's request for help with crime, violence
BIRMINGHAM, AL (WBRC) - Birmingham mayor Randall Woodfin is reaching out to pastors for help with crime and violence, but pastors aren't thrilled Woodfin assumes they weren't already helping. Talking to Birmingham pastors, they will tell you churches are already implementing their own program to bring down crime and violence.

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Joanne Negstad, Lutheran Social Service executive, dies at 82
But having grown up when the Lutherans didn’t ordain women, Joanne answered a different call social ministry. She helped her father start the American Lutheran Church in Oslo, Norway, and became dean of women at Augustana College in Sioux Falls and an executive at Lutheran Social Service in....

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Ryan Reinstates House Chaplain After Priest Decided to Fight Dismissal
WASHINGTON — Speaker Paul D. Ryan reinstated Father Patrick J. Conroy as the chaplain of the House of Representatives on Thursday, after the chaplain sent him a letter rescinding his forced dismissal and daring the speaker to fire him. “I have accepted Father Conroy’s letter and decided that he will....

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House Chaplain Rescinds resignation in heated letter to Speaker Ryan
Updated 6:30 p.m. An ongoing Capitol drama over the fate of the House chaplain escalated as quickly as it ended on Thursday, with Rev. Patrick Conroy rescinding his resignation and Speaker Paul Ryan accepting his decision. In a sharply worded letter, Conroy, a Jesuit priest, suggested bias against....

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North Haledon Plane Crash Victim Lived, Died Doing Good In Purple Jet
There was no mistaking the purple plane that went down Wednesday in West Milford for those who knew Andrew Topp. The minister from North Haledon lived his life "on the edge, challenging barriers, and in search of the wild," as he helped those in need here and abroad, said his daughter, Erica Fischer- Kaslander.

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Former state legislator, longtime Little Rock resident dies at 66
Jim Argue Jr., a former state legislator and president/chief executive officer with United Methodist Foundation in Little Rock, died Thursday at age 66. The cause of death was cancer. Argue, born in Carthage, Texas, was a longtime Little Rock resident. His father, the late Rev. James Argue Sr.

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North Haledon Plane Crash Victim Lived, Died Doing Good In Purple Jet
There was no mistaking the purple plane that went down Wednesday in West Milford for those who knew Andrew Topp. The minister from North Haledon lived his life "on the edge, challenging barriers, and in search of the wild," as he helped those in need here and abroad, said his daughter, Erica Fischer- Kaslander.

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Abia NEWMAP: A success story; plans underway to increase counterpart contribution to N1bn — Onwughara
An ordained pastor who is working to reclaim and reconnect communities lost to erosion, Joshua Onwughara is an advocate of a sustainable earth and greener environment who is also reaching out to the poorest of the poor in remote communities affected by gully erosions through NEWMAP.

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Victim Of West Milford Crash Lived, Died Doing Good In Purple Plane
There was no mistaking the purple plane that went down Wednesday in West Milford for those who knew Andrew Topp. The minister from North Haledon lived his life "on the edge, challenging barriers, and in search of the wild," as he helped those in need here and abroad, said his daughter, Erica Fischer- Kaslander.

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North Reading, MA
Last year, the National Cancer Information Center fielded 1.34 million calls and chats from patients/caregivers seeking info and support about cancer. Your donation to Relay For Life could help support this crucial program. Make your contribution today! relayforlife.org/nreadingma https://www.youtube.

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10 NYC Moments From Thursday's Record-Breaking Hot Day
By 10 PHOTOS 1 minute ago Jillian Pastor The record high temperature of 90 degrees was set at Central Park today, tying the existing set in 2001. When the sun is shining and the temperatures are high, New Yorkers love to be outside. Today Central Park was packed with people enjoying the sunshine.

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House Chaplain Rescinds Resignation In Heated Letter to Speaker Ryan
An ongoing Capitol drama over the fate of the House chaplain escalated on Thursday, with Rev. Patrick Conroy rescinding his resignation in a sharply worded letter to House Speaker Paul Ryan. In the letter, Conroy, a Jesuit priest, suggests bias against his Catholic faith, alleging that Jonathan....

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Taco trucks and beyond: San Antonio has a winning food scene
SAN ANTONIO _ My good friends Ariela and Elliot are longtime New Yorkers who fled the Big Apple for Austin two years ago, got priced out and ended up in San Antonio. It's a common story these days. When I meet up with them in San Antonio, along the hipster-y St. Mary's Strip, I begin to understand why they chose this city 80 miles to the southwest.

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North Korea looks set to release American detainees
U.S. President Donald Trump hinted Wednesday that there would be imminent news about three Americans detained in North Korea, after sources said they had been relocated ahead of their possible release. The development comes as Trump is preparing for a historic summit meeting with North Korean leader....

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Toxic Workplaces
ALISON BEARD: Is there a way to do it though in a less combative way? We published a great piece by Bryan Walker of IDEO and Sarah Soule of Stanford talking about movements. And they basically analyzed all the literature on how movements start and those definitely start from the bottom right?....

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Willoughby United Methodist Church holds National Day of Prayer event
Posted: 05/03/18, 5:03 PM EDT Updated: 59 secs ago # Comments The Rev. Gregory DiMeolo, pastor of Christ Community Church of Willoughby, begins the National Day of Prayer event with a prayer on May 3 at Willoughby United Methodist Church. This year’s National Day of Prayer event that was scheduled....

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Live: Gloria Williams sentencing hearing
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. to watch live from the courtroom. The sentencing hearing is has begun for Gloria Williams for the 1998 kidnapping of a Jacksonville infant. The baby, named Kamiyah Mobley at birth, was taken from a Jacksonville hospital on July 10, 1998 and , officials said.

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On the run from Kim: North Koreans tell of defecting to NZ
When Park Sung Il set foot in New Zealand last week, he felt like his prayers had been answered. Park, who defected from North Korea about 10 years ago when he was 23, is one of nine escapees from the Kim Jong Un regime who arrived in Auckland last week.

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After infighting, confrontations, Brockton Diversity Commission cancels meeting
The Brockton Diversity Commission held two chaotic public meetings recently, and now the chairperson said the May meeting is cancelled. Tony Branch, the chairman of the Brockton Diversity Commission, has been in the middle of the storm during the last two meetings, along with fellow commissioner Jacob Tagger.

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