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VMAs: 7 things you missed at Sunday's award show
MTV's Video Music Awards had a tough time slot on Sunday night: It aired during the season finale of Game of Thrones. So, there's a good chance you didn't catch MTV's night of live music and Moon People, hosted by Katy Perry. What happened? A mix of pyrotechnics, politics and poor jokes. Here are seven things you missed from the show: 1.

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Fresno’s Armenian School Board President Needs Lessons in History and Tolerance
BY ARA KHACHTOURIAN. On Wednesday night, during a heated discussion at the Fresno Unified School District Board of Directors meeting, the board president Brooke Ashjian equated the LGBT community to Ottoman Turks who perpetrated the Armenian Genocide. The discussion centered on the California....

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54 years after “I have a dream,” marchers return to Washington to protest white supremacy
On the 54th anniversary of the 1963 March on Washington, religious leaders and political activists staged separate marches here and in Charlottesville to call for many of the same things Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. had championed in his famous speech.

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54 years after “I have a dream,” marchers return to Washington to protest white supremacy
On the 54th anniversary of the 1963 March on Washington, religious leaders and political activists staged separate marches here and in Charlottesville to call for many of the same things Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. had championed in his famous speech.

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54 years after “I have a dream,” marchers return to Washington to protest white supremacy
On the 54th anniversary of the 1963 March on Washington, religious leaders and political activists staged separate marches here and in Charlottesville to call for many of the same things Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. had championed in his famous speech.

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Another U.S. pastor pushes homophobia in Africa
Pastor Monica Pinnock, founder of Rehoboth Christian Church in Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.A., traveled to Nigeria recently to advise church leaders to rebuke homosexuals, describing them as “devices of the enemy.” She follows in the footsteps of many other U.S.

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First Baptist Church Duncan taking donations to Houston
LAWTON, OK (KSWO) - The First Baptist Church in Duncan is collecting items they will be taking down to Houston to give to victims of Hurricane Harvey. The church is looking for donations of bottled water, but also for a few specific items that they think are desperately needed, but might not be brought by others looking to help.

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54 years after “I have a dream,” marchers return to Washington to protest white supremacy
On the 54th anniversary of the 1963 March on Washington, religious leaders and political activists staged separate marches here and in Charlottesville to call for many of the same things Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. had championed in his famous speech.

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54 years after “I have a dream,” marchers return to Washington to protest white supremacy
On the 54th anniversary of the 1963 March on Washington, religious leaders and political activists staged separate marches here and in Charlottesville to call for many of the same things Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. had championed in his famous speech.

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Harvey death toll reaches 9 as flooding continues
Authorities in Texas fielded scores of calls for help throughout the night from people stranded by water, although many areas had imposed curfew overnight Sunday in hopes of cutting down on the number in need of being rescued from vehicles. Help was pouring in from swift-water rescue teams from around the country.

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Roebourne: The heart in the darkness of the notorious Pilbara town
Roebourne has become notorious as one of the most socially dysfunctional towns in Australia, blighted by alcohol and drug problems, and rampant child abuse. But in the face of this, a group of people are fighting to save the Pilbara town from itself. On any given night, Violet Samson's home acts like a de facto safe house in Roebourne.

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54 years after “I have a dream,” marchers return to Washington to protest white supremacy
On the 54th anniversary of the 1963 March on Washington, religious leaders and political activists staged separate marches here and in Charlottesville to call for many of the same things Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. had championed in his famous speech.

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54 years after “I have a dream,” marchers return to Washington to protest white supremacy
While Trump boasts the support of the white evangelical religious community, many leaders of other faiths have loudly protested his statements and actions. Since Inauguration Day, Christian, Jewish and Muslim leaders have spoken against Trump’s attempted ban on immigration and travel from....

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54 years after “I have a dream,” marchers return to Washington to protest white supremacy
On the 54th anniversary of the 1963 March on Washington, religious leaders and political activists staged separate marches here and in Charlottesville to call for many of the same things Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. had championed in his famous speech.

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Joel Osteen shuts megachurch amid flooding crisis
Televangelist Joel Osteen cancelled services at his Houston megachurch Sunday and has yet to reopen its doors — despite the fact that thousands of flooded-out residents are desperately seeking shelter. The perpetually smiling pastor told followers on Twitter on Monday to lean on their faith.

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54 years after “I have a dream,” marchers return to Washington to protest white supremacy
On the 54th anniversary of the 1963 March on Washington, religious leaders and political activists staged separate marches here and in Charlottesville to call for many of the same things Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. had championed in his famous speech.

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54 years after “I have a dream,” marchers return to Washington to protest white supremacy
On the 54th anniversary of the 1963 March on Washington, religious leaders and political activists staged separate marches here and in Charlottesville to call for many of the same things Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. had championed in his famous speech.

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54 years after “I have a dream,” marchers return to Washington to protest white supremacy
While Trump boasts the support of the white evangelical religious community, many leaders of other faiths have loudly protested his statements and actions. Since Inauguration Day, Christian, Jewish and Muslim leaders have spoken against Trump’s attempted ban on immigration and travel from....

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Beyonce announces pledge to help with Harvey relief in Houston Superstar and Houston native Beyonce has announced her pledge to “help as many as we can” affected
HOUSTON - Superstar and Houston native Beyonce has announced her pledge to “help as many as we can” affected by the flooding and other damage from Hurricane Harvey. Harvey has killed at least six people so far because of flooding, high winds and other effects since it , Beyonce announced she is....

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'So random:' Man arrested after teen stabbed in bathroom of Manitoba church
WINKLER, Man. — Police in southern Manitoba were at a loss Monday as they tried to determine why a 15-year-old girl was repeatedly stabbed inside the women's washroom at the Pembina Valley Baptist Church shortly after the weekly service had ended. Police arrested a suspect at the scene in Winkler,....

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Houston pastor checks submerged cars to make sure no one is trapped
The man continued deep into the water, knocked on car windows one by one and checked inside. At one point, he climbed on top of a black SUV with tinted windows to get a better look, shouting to see if anyone was trapped inside. Fortunately, no one was. "He didn't have to do that. It's just an amazing thing to see," Roberson said.

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Chile's Bachelet presents gay marriage bill
SANTIAGO, Chile (AP) — Chilean President Michelle Bachelet has presented a bill to legalize gay marriage, the latest in a series of recent reforms in a country long regarded as one of Latin America's most socially conservative. Bachelet signed the proposal Monday, and it will be later sent to lawmakers.

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Beyonce announces pledge to help with Harvey relief in Houston
HOUSTON - Superstar and Houston native Beyonce has announced her pledge to “help as many as we can” affected by the flooding and other damage from Hurricane Harvey. Harvey has killed at least six people so far because of flooding, high winds and other effects since it , Beyonce announced she is....

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The heart in the darkness
Roebourne has become notorious as one of the most socially dysfunctional towns in Australia, blighted by alcohol and drug problems, and rampant child abuse. But in the face of this, a group of people are fighting to save the Pilbara town from itself. She is prepared to do whatever it takes to keep....

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Chile's Bachelet presents gay marriage bill
Evangelical pastor Javier Soto shouts slogans against Chile's President Michelle Bachelet in front of La Moneda palace in Santiago, Chile, Monday, Aug. 28, 2017. Bachelet signed a proposal for a same-sex marriage bill Monday morning. (AP Photo/Esteban Felix) Joaquin Flores, left, and his boyfriend,....

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Texas officials say at least eight dead as Hurricane Harvey flooding continues
HOUSTON — Rain pelted this battered city anew Monday as emergency teams - aided by a growing contingent of citizen-rescuers - plunged into waist-deep water seeking people stranded by devastating, historic flooding in the wake of Hurricane Harvey. Officials in Texas said Monday afternoon that at....

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