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Robert E. Lee descendant quits N.C. pulpit over comment supporting racial justice
FILE- In this Sunday, Aug. 27, 2017, file photo, Rev. Robert Wright Lee, a descendant of Confederate Army General Robert E. Lee, poses in the press room at the MTV Video Music Awards at The Forum in Inglewood, Calif. Lee is stepping down as pastor of the Bethany United Church of Christ in Winston-Salem, N.

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Stop sharing these fake Hurricane Harvey photos Here's what you need to know about the fake, viral pictures from Hurricane Harvey.
John Matarese urges you to stop sharing these fake photos People keep sharing this fake photo of "Hurricane Harvey" on the Gulf of Mexico. Copyright 2017 Scripps Media, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.

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Damnation likely message as Westboro Baptist protests LGBTQ groups, black Baptists
The Kansas-based religious group that's visiting Cincinnati on Wednesday criss-crosses the country not to increase its membership but simply as a "warning of coming damnation," experts say. Westboro Baptist Church members have a busy day planned: Between scheduled protests at Oak Hills High School....

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Harvey victims leave shelters but face dire housing needs
A house is seen flooded in Orange County, Texas, Sunday, Sept. 3, 2017, as water slowly recedes from Tropical Storm Harvey. Sunday was declared a day of prayer in Texas by Gov. Greg Abbott and across the nation by President Donald Trump. He and the first lady attended services at St.

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Harvey victims leave shelters but face dire housing needs
HOUSTON (AP) — While the number of evacuees seeking refuge in Houston's emergency shelters dwindled 10 days after Harvey struck, many people who had left by Monday still faced dire housing needs. Some returned to public housing complexes inundated with sewage and mud.

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Man tells 911 he took cold medicine and woke up to find his wife stabbed to death
"I had a dream and then I turned on the lights and she's dead on the floor," the US man says. "Um, I have blood all over me and there's a bloody knife on the bed and I think I did it." So begins a disturbing 7-minute call, made just after 1am on Friday (local time), in which North Carolina resident....

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Ohio couple's dream wedding turns nightmare
Copyright 2017 Scripps Media, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. CLEVELAND - If you have ever planned a wedding, you know how much the little details matter. Ernesto Cruz and his fiancee, Elizabeth, know there are long lists of "to-dos" before saying "I do.

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Ohio couple's dream wedding turns nightmare A Cleveland couple's dream destination wedding in Puerto Rico has become a nightmare after their wedding planner emailed them a week
CLEVELAND - If you have ever planned a wedding, you know how much the little details matter. Ernesto Cruz and his fiancee, Elizabeth, know there are long lists of "to-dos" before saying "I do." The Cleveland couple has been engaged for the last year-and-a-half, planning out all of the details of their dream destination wedding in Puerto Rico.

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Candidates prepare for Statehouse District 113 election
CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) - Tuesday is the primary election for District 113 in the statehouse, which means people living in Charleston and Dorchester counties will have the chance to vote to fill a vacant statehouse seat. This is a special election because it’s being held to fill an open spot left by Democrat Seth Whipper.

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Trump tax tour heads to red-state friendly turf North Dakota, where generalities may no longer suffice
BISMARK, NORTH DAKOTA – When Donald Trump brings his tax reform tour to North Dakota, he’ll be on friendly turf — a deep-red state he carried by 36 points last year, and one that got an immediate boost when he threw his young presidency behind a controversial oil pipeline.

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Former Kentucky pastor picking up pieces of Texas church
HUMBLE, Tx. (WKYT)- A former Kentucky pastor is now picking up the pieces of his Texas church after flood waters destroyed much of the property. A major cleanup is underway at the First Baptist Church in Humble, Texas. The church held two feet of water in the facility.

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Man tells 911 he took cold medicine, woke up to find wife stabbed to death
Updated 34 minutes ago. The alarming admission was delivered between labored breaths and anguished pauses. "I think I killed my (wife) ..." a man's low voice says on the phone. The 911 operator asks him to elaborate: "What — what do you mean by that? What happened?" "I had a dream and then I turned....

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Michelle Obama & 18 Others Emulate Beyonce in ‘Formation’ for Star’s B-day (LOOK!)
*As the whole world knows by now, today, Sept. 4 is Beyonce Knowles-Carter ‘s birthday. And to help her celebrate, a bunch of Bey’s famous friends (and daughter Blue Ivy), including former FLOTUS Michelle Obama , celebrated her 36th b-day by recreating one of the iconic looks from her “Formation” music video.

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Feature: After Harvey: Getting back on track, one day at ...
By Robert Stanton. HOUSTON, Sept. 4 (Xinhua) -- Mike Sumrall fought back tears as he stood in his front yard and looked out on his family's possessions heaped in huge piles near the street curb. Just days before, Hurricane Harvey slammed into his neighborhood in Dickinson, Texas, flooding just about....

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El Faro disaster changes shipping industry's approach to hurricanes 6 Mins As Hurricane Irma continues to track toward the United States, preparations are not only
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - As Hurricane Irma continues to track toward the United States, preparations are not only necessary for people and their homes, but also for ships making voyages into the areas where the storm is projected to go. Nearly two years ago, the ship El Faro left Jacksonville for San Juan, Puerto Rico.

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'I think I did it’: Man tells 911 he took cold medicine, woke up to find wife stabbed to death
The alarming admission was delivered between labored breaths and anguished pauses. “I think I killed my (wife) …” a man’s low voice says on the phone. The 911 operator asks him to elaborate: “What — what do you mean by that? What happened?” “I had a dream and then I turned on the lights and she’s dead on the floor,” the man says.

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The Latest: Staples scarce on some Beaumont store shelves
HOUSTON (AP) — The Latest on the aftermath of Harvey (all times local): 3:30 p.m. Some residents hoping to get back to their usual routines in Harvey-ravaged Beaumont in southeast Texas are having trouble finding staples. Since the storm, grocery stores have at times limited the number of shoppers....

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The Latest: Staples scarce on some Beaumont store shelves
Residents Michael Notarangelo, left, and Lee Fromenthal stand in a darkened hall at Providence on Major, an apartment building for seniors, on Monday, Sept. 4, 2017, in Beaumont, Texas. Without power or water since Hurricane Harvey, residents are sleeping in the lobby and hauling pool water to flush toilets.

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Family, friends mourn loss of 5 teenagers killed in high-speed crash
KALAMAZOO TOWNSHIP, MI -- "You will be missed." Written neatly in marker on a candle placed alongside a stuffed white bear, the memorial joined a growing chorus of flowers, teddy bears, balloons and other items placed along the road near the intersection of East Main Street and North Sprinkle Road.

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How One Reporter Found Herself Writing About The Charleston Church Shooter, Dylann Roof
Rachel Kaadzi Ghansah went to South Carolina to write about the trial of Dylann Roof. He's the white man convicted of murdering eight black parishioners and their pastor at Charleston's historic Mother Emmanuel AME church. She was planning to write about the people who died, but instead found herself writing about Roof.

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Hunger 25 mins ago 4:21 p.m. IMPACT: Feeding Our Children
The hallways at Hammond ring with a joyous noise, as students move from class to class. But the smiles and laughter conceal the truth about the journey for many children learning within the walls. On a sweltering hot June morning, WUSA9 Anchor Lesli Foster walked through the school with Principal Pierrette Peters.

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Tracy McGrady tries to bring a taste of normalcy to Third Ward
Tracy McGrady was still glued to the television coverage of Hurricane Harvey's destruction and the recovery efforts underway when his wife ClaRenda joined him with an idea. Their Sugar Land home had been spared, rendered an island in the flood waters that surrounded it in every direction.

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The Latest: Walmart reopens most Harvey-affected stores
Church members are seen through the window of a water damaged room as they gather in the parking lot of the First Baptist Church for a service Sunday, Sept. 3, 2017, in Humble, Texas. The church building was flooded with two feet of water during Hurricane Harvey prompting services to be held outside.

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Vigil planned to honor woman found murdered at Somerset church
PULASKI COUNTY, Ky. (WKYT) - Family, friends, and community members plan to come together to honor the victim of a murder. On August 24, Carolyn New went to Denham Street Baptist Church to clean as she often did on Thursdays. That afternoon, the pastor found New's body in the fellowship.

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The Latest: FEMA says it placed 53K Harvey victims in hotels
Chris Kaplan, right, hugs flood victim Betty Locklear during service at Christ United Church in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey Sunday, Sept. 3, 2017, in Cypress, Texas. The church, which flooded last year, had just recovered before Harvey caused more damage forcing them to hold services inside their fellowship hall.

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Calabar most unsafe city in Nigeria – Usani
The Minister of Niger Delta Affairs, Pastor Uguru Usani, has regretted the security situation in Calabar, Cross River capital. The Minister Usani said “Calabar is the most unsafe city in the country.” Speaking during the inauguration of the Cross River State executives of the Niger Delta Youth....

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