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'Guac the Vote:' Houston taco trucks seek to register voters
HOUSTON (AP) -- At Tacos Tierra Caliente — a food truck parked in a section of Houston where Spanish is spoken as often as English — $1.50 can buy such street taco staples as pollo (chicken), barbacoa (shredded beef) and lengua (tongue). But next to the handwritten chalkboard menu and "cash only"....

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Roman Catholics in Metro Vancouver may not receive religious funeral services if they choose doctor-assisted death
Terminally-ill Roman Catholics in Metro Vancouver may not receive religious funeral services if they choose to have a doctor-assisted death. Archdiocese of Vancouver spokesperson Paul Schratz says they have no plans of introducing guidelines to their priests like the Bishops of Alberta and Northwest Territories have.

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Quick to hold a grudge, Trump digs holes deeper for himself
NEW YORK (AP) — Donald Trump can't let things go. The Republican nominee's brash, confrontational style has thrilled his millions of supporters, who have cheered the celebrity businessman's tenacity and thirst for verbal combat. He has boasted that he often holds a grudge, bragging in the early....

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Funeral services held for slain Detroit-area siblings
FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich. (AP) — Hundreds of people packed a suburban Detroit church Friday for the funeral of four young siblings who authorities say were slain by a man their mother was divorcing. Chadney Allen, 19, and Kara Allen, 17, were fatally shot Sept. 21 in their Dearborn Heights home.

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2016 interfaith tour: Youths visit church, mosque and Buddhist temple
Thay Nguyen Nguyen, a monk at Gien-Giac Buddhist Temple, prepares to give a presentation about Buddhism as part of the 2106 Interfaith Youth Tour. [Photo by Carla Hinton, The Oklahoman] A pastor, an imam and a Buddhist monk ... This is not the beginning of a humorous tale.

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'Guac the Vote:' Houston taco trucks seek to register voters
At Tacos Tierra Caliente — a food truck parked in a section of Houston where Spanish is spoken as often as English — $1.50 can buy such street taco staples as pollo (chicken), barbacoa (shredded beef) and lengua (tongue). But next to the handwritten chalkboard menu and "cash only" sign is a new red,....

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Quick to hold a grudge, Trump digs holes deeper for himself
The Republican nominee's brash, confrontational style has thrilled his millions of supporters, who have cheered the celebrity businessman's tenacity and thirst for verbal combat. He has boasted that he often holds a grudge, bragging in the early weeks of his campaign last year that "when people treat me unfairly, I don't let them forget it.

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Crime Thieves strike churches in Union County Thieves strike churches in Union County Instead of giving to the church, criminals in Union County are stealing from several of them. Crime 9 minutes ago
UNION COUNTY, N.C. -- Instead of giving to the church, criminals in Union County are stealing from several of them. The Sheriff's Office is investigating break-ins at seven Baptist churches in the past week though Sheriff's Office spokesman Tony Underwood said only two of the places reported either stolen cash or missing electronics.

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'Guac the Vote:' Houston taco trucks seek to register voters
HOUSTON (AP) — At Tacos Tierra Caliente — a food truck parked in a section of Houston where Spanish is spoken as often as English — $1.50 can buy such street taco staples as pollo (chicken), barbacoa (shredded beef) and lengua (tongue). But next to the handwritten chalkboard menu and "cash....

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Rep. Reggie Fullwood drops out of reelection race after guilty plea
Jacksonville state House Rep. Reggie Fullwood has officially dropped out of his race for reelection. Fullwood announced it on Twitter on Friday afternoon, the day after The Duval County Democratic Executive Committee has a matter of days to pick a replacement nominee.

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Funeral honors 4 slain Dearborn Heights siblings
People young and old wept in the crowd during the two-hour funeral. Mothers and grandmothers shook their heads in disbelief. Teenagers sobbed. A boy in a white t-shirt kept wiping away his tears as he looked over the balcony down at the caskets. "She was my tutor," the boy, 15-year-old Jalen Shamley, said of Kara.

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Funeral services held for slain Detroit-area siblings
Family and loved ones pay their respects to four siblings who were allegedly killed in their Dearborn Heights home, by Gregory Green, a father to two of the children and a step-father to the two others, before their funeral service at Detroit First Church of the Nazarene in Farmington Hills, Mich., Friday Sept.

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Funeral Services Held for Slain Detroit-Area Siblings
Family and loved ones pay their respects to four siblings who were allegedly killed in their Dearborn Heights home, by Gregory Green, a father to two of the children and a step-father to the two others, before their funeral service at Detroit First Church of the Nazarene in Farmington Hills, Mich., Friday Sept.

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Funeral services held for slain Detroit-area siblings
FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich. -- (AP) Hundreds of people packed a suburban Detroit church Friday for the funeral of four young siblings who authorities say were slain by a man their mother was divorcing. Chadney Allen, 19, and Kara Allen, 17, were fatally shot Sept. 21 in their Dearborn Heights home.

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‘Guac the Vote:’ Houston taco trucks seek to register voters
Carlos Zamora shows a voter registration card from a pile placed on the counter of the Tierra Caliente taco truck on Thursday, Sept. 29, 2016, in Houston. Zamora is with Mi Familia Vota, a Latino activist group that seeks to register more voters in the Latino community.

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Local CBP officer makes a difference in Haiti
LOCKPORT, N.Y. (WIVB)- Jenn Schanz, News 4 Reporter Officer Steve Saraf joined Customs and Border Protection 13 years ago because he wanted to make a difference. “With our job we like to help people. That’s what we do,” he told News 4. Whether it’s protecting our borders or protecting our people,....

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Funeral services held for slain Detroit-area siblings
FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich. (AP) — Hundreds of people packed a suburban Detroit church Friday for the funeral of four young siblings who authorities say were slain by a man their mother was divorcing. Chadney Allen, 19, and Kara Allen, 17, were fatally shot Sept. 21 in their Dearborn Heights home.

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Nigeria will soon come out of recession, Kumuyi assures
Pastor Williams Kumuyi, the General Overseer, Deeper Life Bible Church, on Friday, assured Nigerians that the country would soon come out of recession. Kumuyi stated this in his sermon at a programme tagged ”Night of Supernatural Wonders” held at the Abuja National Stadium. Kumuyi.

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Funeral services held for slain Detroit-area siblings
FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich. (AP) — Hundreds of people packed a suburban Detroit church Friday for the funeral of four young siblings who authorities say were slain by a man their mother was divorcing. Chadney Allen, 19, and Kara Allen, 17, were fatally shot Sept. 21 in their Dearborn Heights home.

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Houston taco truck drivers urge customers to register to vote
HOUSTON — At Tacos Tierra Caliente — a food truck parked in a section of Houston where Spanish is spoken as often as English — $1.50 can buy such street taco staples as pollo (chicken), barbacoa (shredded beef) and lengua (tongue). But next to the handwritten chalkboard menu and "cash only" sign is....

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Southern-Oregon 26 mins ago 11:51 a.m. Umpqua Community College plans memorial 1-year after shooting
The Oregonian reports that the demolition of Snyder Hall is scheduled to begin the week of Oct. 17. A new building is expected to be ready for classes by next fall. The college closed the building of classrooms and offices after Chris Harper Mercer killed nine people and injured nine others at....

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Townville Elementary posts statement, works toward healing after shooting
Townville Elementary is small and closely-knit, as is the town of about 4,000. There are 286 students and 18 teachers with classes from pre-K through sixth grade at the school. The entire school community was traumatized by the shooting. “It will stay with them,” Jennifer Ealey, a counselor with Anderson School District, said.

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Colombia's rebels pave road to peace with apologies
A boy shows his hand painted with the word "Yes" in Spanish during an event attended by Colombia's President Juan Manuel Santos to promote the "yes" vote in the upcoming referendum on the peace deal he signed with rebels Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, FARC, in Soacha, in the outskirts of Bogota, Colombia, Friday, Sept.

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Colombia's rebels pave road to peace with apologies
Rodrigo Londono, also known as Timochenko, the top leader of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, FARC, raises his fist as he boards a helicopter in Yari Plains, southern Colombia, Saturday, Sept. 24, 2016. Londono and Colombia’s President Juan Manuel ... By JOSHUA GOODMAN - Associated Press - Friday, September 30, 2016.

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Van Goghs found in mafia raid
The paintings "Congregation Leaving the Reformed Church in Nuenen," dating from 1884/85, and "Seascape at Scheveningen," from 1882, were found wrapped in cloth in the basement of an apartment belonging to Raffaele Imperiale -- a rich and powerful drug dealer, according to Italian prosecutor Filippo Beatrice.

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Colombia's rebels pave road to peace with apologies
A boy shows his hand painted with the word "Yes" in Spanish during an event attended by Colombia's President Juan Manuel Santos to promote the "yes" vote in the upcoming referendum on the peace deal he signed with rebels Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, FARC, in Soacha, in the outskirts of Bogota, Colombia, Friday, Sept.

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