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Three ‘powerful’ package explosions in Austin that killed 2 are connected, police say
Eva Ruth Moravec, Amy B Wang and Mark Berman, The Washington Post March 12, 2018 7:13 pm. AUSTIN, Texas – Police said Monday that the three exploding packages that detonated at homes in this city across a 10-day period – including two blasts on Monday – are all connected, although precisely what motivated the attacks remained an unnerving mystery.

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St. Mary's High School in Westfield to close at end of school year
The Roman Catholic Diocese of Springfield announced this evening that St. Mary's High School in Westfield will permanently close its doors at the end of the current school year. The school has operated in Westfield for 120 years. The pastor for St. Mary's, the Rev.

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400 Voices resonates in Lagos
The 20th edition of ‘Songs of Praise’, an annual mega choral concert organized by the Christ Apostolic Church (CAC), Alagomeji, Yaba, Lagos is scheduled to hold on Sunday, March 18, 2018. Featuring 400 Voices, the church’s Mass Choir, the concert holds between 5pm and 8pm.

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KELVIN OSA OKUNBOR
With barely three weeks left in the first quarter, Nigerians watch incredulously as the executive and the legislative arms bicker to no end on the 2018 budget. Like Budget 2017 which would not become operative until June when it was signed into law, indications are that things would not be too different.

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APC Government has failed, claims PDP National Chairman
Mr Uche Secondus, Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) National Chairman said that the government of the All Progressives Congress (APC) has failed because it couldn’t fulfil its promises to the people. Secondus stated this while addressing members of the PDP during his working tour to Dutse, capital of Jigawa on Monday.

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You can drink with a dead governor at this N.J. bar. The church doesn't approve.
Healy's Tavern on Newark Ave. Jersey City may become the final resting place for Gov. Brendan Byrne. (Michael Dempsey | The Jersey Journal)( For decades, Gov. Brendan Byrne joked that he wanted to be buried in Hudson County "so that I can remain active in Democratic politics." On Friday, Byrne may get his wish.

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City recognizing Buffalo man making a difference after successfully completing re-entry program
BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) — Ali Ingersoll, News 4 Reporter The auditorium erupts in applauds as Jerome Hearn slowly stands, looking around at the crowd. “I never really thought I would be doing this,” said Hearn, who has had a long, winding road getting to the stage. The 42-year-old from Georgia, was raised on the East Side of Buffalo.

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PDP’s Secondus says APC has failed
Uche Secondus, PDP chairman addresses the rally in Dutse, Jigawa State on Monday. Prince Uche Secondus, Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) National Chairman claimed that the government of the All Progressives Congress (APC) has failed because it couldn’t fulfil its promises to the people.

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Pope Francis: The Catholic Church's Superman? He has made it his mission to tear down walls. After five years in office, Pope Francis, the first Latin American pontiff, has become a theological and political pop star. DW looks back on his papacy so far.
Five years of Pope Francis 'Buona sera!' On March 13, 2013, Jorge Mario Bergoglio greeted the crowd in St. Peter's Square in the heart of Rome with a simple "good evening!" moments after the Conclave had selected him as the new pope. He thus began his term with a down-to-earth tone that has marked his stewardship of the Catholic Church ever since.

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Five years of Pope Francis 12.03.2018 Since becoming pope in 2013, Francis has tried to reform the Catholic Church by preaching and exemplifying humility. Some have applauded him for his efforts, while others have hurled criticism.
'Buona sera!' On March 13, 2013, Jorge Mario Bergoglio greeted the crowd in St. Peter's Square in the heart of Rome with a simple "good evening!" moments after the Conclave had selected him as the new pope. He thus began his term with a down-to-earth tone that has marked his stewardship of the Catholic Church ever since.

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Pope Francis: The Catholic Church's Superman? He has made it his mission to tear down walls. After five years in office, Pope Francis, the first Latin American pontiff, has become a theological and political pop star. DW looks back on his papacy so far.
Five years of Pope Francis 'Buona sera!' On March 13, 2013, Jorge Mario Bergoglio greeted the crowd in St. Peter's Square in the heart of Rome with a simple "good evening!" moments after the Conclave had selected him as the new pope. He thus began his term with a down-to-earth tone that has marked his stewardship of the Catholic Church ever since.

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Pastor Fired From Methodist Church For Marrying Lesbian Couple
The firing of a Tennessee pastor by the United Methodist Church after leaders discovered she performed a lesbian wedding has spotlighted divisions within America’s third-largest religious denomination over its stance on homosexuality. Anna Golladay was by the UMC’s Holston Conference to serve at the St.

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Baylor student dies in plane crash in Laredo
LAREDO, TX (KXXV) - Baylor University said that a sophomore died Thursday in a . Two people died in the crash. plane crash in Laredo The Piper PA-31P had departed the airport Thursday morning and was attempting to return when it crashed in a grassy area about 50 yards from commercial buildings adjacent to the airport grounds.

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College Student Kicked out of Class for Saying There Are Only Two Genders
A college student in Pennsylvania was kicked out of class recently for saying there are only two genders, infuriating a professor. Lake Ingle, a senior at the Indiana University of Pennsylvania, said he was silenced and punished by professor Alison Downie for what he said after a lecture on Feb. 28.

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16 extremely easy ways to break up with someone, as told by Kenyans
Sometimes, the relationship just comes to a sudden halt and the sparkle that was once so bright vanishes in a blink of an eye. Send 'NEWS' to 40227 to receive all the important breaking news as it happens. The butterflies you used to get whenever you'd see your partner, well, umh, they suddenly....

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District Attorney dismisses charges against 17 after arrest of Asheville PD officer
ASHEVILLE, NC (FOX Carolina) - The District Attorney announced Monday that more than a dozen cases have been dismissed that were initiated by a former Asheville Police Officer who is now facing charges. On Thursday, Christopher Hickman was charged with assault by strangulation, assault inflicting....

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Virginia pastor beaten, wife killed during home invasion and arson
Beloved Virginia pastor is beaten and his wife killed by two masked intruders during daytime horrifying home invasion and arson attack John Alford and wife, Nancy, returned home to find two masked intruders inside The intruders forced Nancy, 76, to withdraw $1,000 from an ATM and then beat up John,....

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WATCH: Fertility expert explains the dangers of recent fertility clinic machine malfunctions
I and lastly pastor at east use your doctor Christian Bendix and a fertility specialist with USC fertility. And we're gonna talk all that about embryo freezing night freezing especially in light the two incidents in San Francisco and Cleveland. I think he's so much for doing well so. This is where eggs and embryos are frozen.

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Insurance Company Sues Woman For False Injury Claim, Lawsuit Says
A North Carolina woman, who claimed she suffers from a debilitating condition, was sued Friday by her insurance company, which allegedly saw photos of her engaging in physical activities. New York Life filed a lawsuit against Cynthia McCullough after the company said it discovered Facebook photos of....

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Sixteenth Street Baptist Church renovation underway
A banner hanging from the front of Sixteenth Street Baptist Church in Birmingham notes that restoration work is underway. The church last year was awarded a $500,000 grant for preservation work from the National Park Service. ( Sixteenth Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, the site of a 1963....

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What's on DR. PHIL! 3/12-3/16! 10 a.m. start on Thursday & Friday!
Monday, March 12 at 4 p.m. Show #16116 (TV PG (L)) "Our 31-Year-Old Son Is a Violent Mooch and Refuses to Move Out of Our House" ALL-NEW! Karen and Jim claim they are desperate to remove their violent and mooching 31-year-old son, Kyle, from their home.

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'Injured' Woman With $300,000 Insurance Claim Pictured Playing Skee-Ball, Lawsuit Says
A North Carolina woman, who claimed she suffers from a debilitating condition, was sued Friday by her insurance company, which allegedly saw photos of her engaging in physical activities. New York Life filed a lawsuit against Cynthia McCullough after the company said it discovered Facebook photos of....

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Why waste time on fools who deny bullets flew?
So what should we say to Robert Ussery? He’s an antagonist in a story of breathtaking emotional cruelty that unfolded last week. It seems Pastor Frank Pomeroy was sitting in his car near his church in Sutherland Springs, Texas, just east of San Antonio, when, he says, a man and woman approached the building.

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Vigil, funeral services set for for four murdered family members
CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) - A vigil and funeral services have been announced for the victims of a quadruple homicide who were killed in their Charleston County home over the weekend. Joseph Manigault, 72; Rose Manigault, 69; Kenya Manigault, 42 and Faith Manigault, 15, died Saturday, the Charleston County Coroner's Office said.

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Hundreds of 15-year-old brides in Missouri may have married their rapists
But because his daughter was somewhat willing and Strawn didn’t actually force her into marriage, the sentence was suspended. The judge castigated Strawn for his “abysmally poor parental judgment.” “Your daughter needed a parent. Instead she had an enabler,” Moeller intoned.

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Coroner on scene of death investigation in Anderson Co.
IVA, SC (FOX Carolina) - The Anderson County Coroner's Office was on scene of a death investigation Monday afternoon. The coroner said an adult individual was deceased at a location on East Broad Road in the Iva area. Witnesses said a home was taped off at the scene. A FOX Carolina crew is en route for more information.

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