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Houston's Poorest Face Long, Uncertain Post-Harvey Recovery
NOTE TO READERS: This is the first of a three-part series on Houston's recovery. HOUSTON — Beside a black spore-infested mobile home in east Houston, Valerie Van Note lays the seats flat in the back of a Lincoln Navigator — one lent to her by a friend — and pats the bags of blankets and pillows she keeps neatly folded.

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Moore stands firm despite GOP pressure to leave Alabama race
As Washington Republicans threatened to expel Moore from the Senate if elected, Alabama GOP leaders highlighted state party rules that could allow them to crack down on Alabama officials who support anyone other than Moore, who is facing multiple allegations of sexual misconduct.

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Hundreds line up for Texas church shooting family funeral
DALLAS (AP) — Hundreds of mourners lined up to enter a funeral service Wednesday for eight members of a family who were among the more than two dozen killed in a shooting at a small Texas church. At least seven hearses could be seen outside an event center in Floresville, Texas, about 12 miles (19....

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Texas church painted white in memorial to Sutherland Springs shooting victims
The Texan church where 26 members of the congregation were gunned down as they worshipped has been painted white in their memorial. Opened for the first time since the worst mass shooting in the state’s modern history , both the interior and exterior of the have been covered in the colour.

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Robocall Impersonating Washington Post Reporter Pretends To Seek Dirt On Moore
A robocall from someone posing as a Washington Post reporter offering money for “damaging remarks” about Alabama Republican Roy Moore is fake, the Post said Tuesday after a local station in Alabama reported on it. The call ― an apparent attempt to discredit the Post’s reporting on sexual assault allegations against the U.

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Nashville Then: November 1967
Already a subscriber? Log in Subscribe today for full access on your desktop, tablet, and mobile device. Subscribe Now Already a print edition subscriber, but don't have a login? Nashville Then: November 1967. Nashville Dixie Flyers center Wally Sprange (6) is battling a Greensboro Generals player for the puck.

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Alabama voters reportedly got fake robocalls from Washington Post seeking damaging info on Roy Moore
Voters in Alabama reported receiving robocalls seeking damaging information on Roy Moore as the race for Attorney General Jeff Sessions' vacated U.S. Senate seat heats up amid sexual assault allegations. Pastor Al Moore told WKRG that he received a robocall from the Washington Post’s “Bernie....

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Alabama voters reportedly got fake robocalls from Washington Post seeking damaging info on Roy Moore
Former Alabama Chief Justice and U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore faces numerous allegations of sexual misconduct, according to a Washington Post report. The Post has said it has nothing to do with robocalls seeking information on Moore that have been reported in Alabama.

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Virginia is where this family now lives, but Puerto Rico will always be home
Maria Mercedes Olivieri stands in the parlor of her home in Burke, Va., poring over the rough outline of a four-generation family tree she’s drawn. A discussion of what she calls her family’s “continuous circular movement” between Puerto Rico and the mainland United States in the past half-century demands a visual aid.

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Pastor, neighbors react to crime in East Phenix City
PHENIX CITY, AL (WTVM) - Phenix City police are investigating a shooting on Sunday, The mother of the child tells officers that the incident happened while she was taking her children out of her car near Riverview Apartments. This latest shooting is leaving many with questions and wondering how to put an end to the violence.

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Florida Police Believe A Serial Killer Has Struck Again
A suspected serial killer shot and killed a man as he crossed a street early Tuesday morning in Tampa, Florida, police say, the fourth such murder in little more than a month. “We think by their proximity and the manner it was done, they are linked,” Tampa Police Chief Brian Dugan said at a Tuesday news conference.

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Musicians in voter registration campaign
Arts Correspondent Several musicians will unite for a concert meant to boost the voter registration campaign this Friday at Hellenic Sports Club. The concert which is running under the theme “Register, Elect and Engage” requires a person to bring his or her registration slip to get into the show.

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How can people of faith keep a straight face supporting Roy Moore?
The Alabama state auditor's website says this about its current occupant: “Jim Zeigler was led to Christ and baptized by pastor William K. Weaver.” I'm not sure how the state auditor's religious affiliation is relevant to his role as a public official, but clearly it's something the Republican Zeigler believes his constituents care about.

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Amherst church still providing sanctuary for Guatemalan man
By Published: November 14, 2017, 5:19 pm Mike Masciadrelli AMHERST, Mass. (WWLP) – Lucio Perez is one of 11 million undocumented immigrants living in the United States. He’s been living in this country for close to 20 years. The 35-year-old undocumented immigrant has been staying at Amherst’s First....

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Texas Church Is Transformed Into Poignant Memorial For Mass Shooting Victims
SUTHERLAND SPRINGS, Texas ― One week after it became the site of the deadliest mass shooting in modern Texas history, the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs reopened to the public on Sunday. Gone were the pews. Instead, 26 handcrafted chairs marked locations where worshippers were fatally shot.

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'It's very concerning' police say about gun and map found, marking church 'targets
GRAND RAPIDS, MI -- Police are investigating a potential threat against churches, including one in Grand Rapids, after a resident near Detroit found a bag containing a gun and map that appeared to show churches as "targets." "Obviously, this is very disturbing to us," Grand Rapids police Lt. Patrick Merrill said.

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Zimbabwe army threatens coup against Mugabe Troops have been reported in the capital, raising the spectre of a coup. The army seems to have positioned itself against parts of the president's ruling party amid a succession battle involving first lady Grace
Mnangagwa fled the country and some 100 officials backing him are reportedly being threatened with disciplinary measures by a faction within ZANU-PF that supports Grace Mugabe, the president's wife who seeks to take power once her husband dies. "Our peace-loving people who have stood by their....

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Seminole Heights victim was church volunteer 3 mins ago
Ronald Felton, 60, was on his way to meet with the pastor of the local church, where he has been a volunteer for the past 10 years, when he was shot and killed in southeast Seminole Heights on Tuesday morning. Ronald Felton, 60, was on his way to meet with the pastor of the local church, where he....

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Pastor Won’t Believe Allegations Against Roy Moore Unless He Admits It Himself
Bessey, author of Jesus Feminist, on how feminism could impact the church's mission:"It was following Jesus that made a feminist out of me! That discipleship lead me to caring about everything from maternal health in Haiti to sexism in the Church as issues of justice close to God's heart.

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Zimbabwe military threatens coup against Robert Mugabe and ZANU-PF Rivalries within Zimbabwe's ruling party have led to threats of a coup. The army seems to have positioned itself against parts of the president's ruling party amid a succession battle invo
Zimbabwe was on edge Wednesday over a potential coup as tensions between nation's army and President Robert Mugabe threatened to escalate, with the ruling ZANU-PF accusing the army chief of "treasonable conduct." Troop and tank movements were reported late Tuesday around the capital, Harare, after....

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Moore, long divisive in his hometown, even more so now
GADSDEN, Ala. >> Delores Abney, 63, a retired domestic violence counselor, said she and her husband had heard things about Roy Moore and his interest in younger women, for years. On Monday night, Abney said she recalled Moore, the embattled Republican Senate candidate, being a regular presence in the mid-1980s at the YMCA.

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Founder of Florida’s biggest megachurch accused of molesting a 4-year-old girl
The “ superstar preacher ,” who founded the Fort Lauderdale church with his then-wife Diane in 1985, built a 75-acre site on Cypress Creek Road into a franchise with nine Florida locations — from the Keys to Naples — and a flock topping 20,000 worshippers.

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Zimbabwe military threatens coup against Robert Mugabe and ZANU-PF
The rift within ZANU-PF. Zimbabwe is at a crossroads. As political analyst Rashweat Mukundu of the Open Society Initiative of Southern Africa (OSISA) explained, the rift within Mugabe's party could escalate. "This is a dangerous situation in Zimbabwe because if the military insists on the statement....

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Possible 4th victim of Seminole Heights Killer 36 mins ago
Tampa police say they believe the deadly shooting in southeast Seminole Heights on Tuesday is likely related to three recent killings in the Tampa neighborhood. The victim has been identified as 60-year-old Ronald Felton. The suspect, described as a black male, 6' to 6'2", thin build, light....

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Worker, 71, Arrested in Fire at Historic Brooklyn Synagogue
A 71-year-old man is in custody for allegedly setting fire to the roof of a historic synagogue in Brooklyn while working there Tuesday morning, police said. No one was inside the Bnai Adath Kol Beth Yisrael synagogue on Patchen Avenue when the fire broke out, so firefighters focused on rescuing sacred scrolls and torahs.

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Zimbabwe military threatens coup against Robert Mugabe and ZANU-PF
The rift within ZANU-PF. Zimbabwe is at a crossroads. As political analyst Rashweat Mukundu of the Open Society Initiative of Southern Africa (OSISA) explained, the rift within Mugabe's party could escalate. "This is a dangerous situation in Zimbabwe because if the military insists on the statement....

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