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Oregon pastor spent $3K in church funds to win AR-15 rifle
An Oregon pastor spent $3,000 in church funds dedicated to mission work for the chance to win an assault rifle, The Washington Post reports. The pastor purchased 150 tickets and had a 30 percent chance to win the AR-15 rifle, the newspaper states. His purchase of raffle tickets came days after the....

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PDP blasts Oshiomhole, says when Gov speaks like a garage boy …
By BEN AGANDE ABUJA – The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has described as preposterous, the recent threat to arrest the PDP’s candidate, Pastor Osagie Ize-Iyamu before the September 10, 2016 gubernatorial election by Governor Adams Oshiomhole of Edo State saying that his comments are indicative of....

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Pastor opposed raffle for assault rifle, so why did he spend $3,000 to win it?
The Rev. Jeremy Lucas had just returned to Oregon from a family vacation back home to Alabama, the deep south state where he was first introduced to guns and where, as a kid, he learned to shoot a rifle, when he pulled out his phone and started scrolling.

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Pastor opposed raffle for assault rifle, so why did he spend $3,000 to win it?
The Rev. Jeremy Lucas had just returned to Oregon from a family vacation back home to Alabama, the deep south state where he was first introduced to guns and where, as a kid, he learned to shoot a rifle, when he pulled out his phone and started scrolling.

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100 Homeless Individuals Documented Their Lives With Disposable Cameras
“This man is homeless,” Ray Kelly said of the person in the photo above, which he took with a disposable Fujifilm camera. “He didn’t want his face in the picture. He was just hangin’ out because that’s what homeless people do. They hang out and wait for food or for a place to open. They wait for something to happen.

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Ariz. police release video of Navajo woman before killed by cop
Arizona police released body camera footage of a Navajo woman approaching an officer with scissors before he shot her five times and killed her in March. Loreal Tsingine, 27, can be seen in the video moving toward Winslow Officer Austin Shipley, who said to another officer after the shooting, "I did what I had to do.

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Pastor fails to resurrect after telling people to bury him alive
So… I’d just like to say a couple things. Elijah, my hat off to you. One against how many? Impressive. Second, why press this man so far to prove a single point? He offered you one evidence; the human body is amazingly complex, so perhaps there was some intention in its design… His point was very very simple, honestly.

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Body camera footage in fatal shooting of Native American woman by Arizona cop shows she was carrying medical scissors as she approached him
The video was released after an official investigation vindicated officer Austin Shipley over shooting; It shows a 30-second confrontation between Shipley and Loreal Tsingine; The mother-of-one's family has launched legal action over her death; Concerns have previously been raised about Shipley's....

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Permalink to Edo 2016: PDP Lashes out at Oshiomhole’s for Threatening Ize-Iyamu with EFCC Arrest
56 mins ago. News The Leadership of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has described the recent threat by Governor Adams Oshiomhole to use Economic and Financial Crime Commission (EFCC) to arrest its candidate, Pastor Osagie Ize-Iyamu, before the September 10, 2016 Gubernatorial election as preposterous.

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Permalink to Edo 2016: PDP guber aspirant dumps party
– Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) aspirant in the June 20 party primaries, Chief Solomon Edebiri, has resigned from the party. – Edebiri said his decision to leave is because of the “dishonesty of the party leadership” – He said the June 20 party primaries was awful and a complete negation of what democratic tenet is about.

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Zimbabwe war veterans’ spokesman arrested
HARARE — Police have arrested a leader of Zimbabwe’s War Veterans’ Association after it accused President Robert Mugabe of "dictatorial" behaviour in a shock rupture with the long-serving leader, lawyers said on Thursday. Veterans of Zimbabwe’s 1970s independence war, who had previously been loyal....

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Mr. Merritt’s class
This story was originally published, as a series, beginning Nov. 6, 2005. On the first day of fifth grade, Jeremiah Merritt calls roll: Sierra Archie, Raekwon Boykin, Brianna Gonzalez, Sha’Bria Kelly, Jennifer Lopez. Mr. Merritt chuckles at the name, then continues through the end of the alphabet: Jermey Steele, Anthony Stephens, Liliana Valencia.

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Rep.Byrne, pastors talk community-police relations
U.S. Rep. Bradley Byrne, R-Fairhope, discusses options to improve police-community relationships during a round table discussion with pastors at black churches in coastal Alabama at his office in Summerdale, Ala., on Wednesday, July 27, 2016. (John Sharp/ This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ). U.S. Rep.

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Remember when Obama and Clinton looked like they hated each other in 2008?
The 2008 campaign had it all; an electric uprising by longshot freshman senator Barack Obama, and the rock star rallies that followed him, in combination with a digitally savvy approach that set the precedent for what a 21st century campaign should look and feel like.

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Church attacker nurtured jihad in quiet French town
Police officers prevent the access to the church where an hostage taking left a priest dead the day before in Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray, Normandy, France, Wednesday, July 27, 2016. The Islamic State group crossed a new threshold Tuesday in its war against the West, as two of its followers targeted a....

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Donald Trump's ‘dangerous’ climate denial comes under fire in star-studded video
Hillary Clinton’s campaign is hoping to capitalize on yet another controversial proclamation from Donald Trump: That global warming is a hoax. Trump, the Republican presidential nominee, has said he rejects the scientific consensus on climate change and opposes most U.S. efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and curb fossil fuel use.

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Officials remain uncommitted to Gov. Bentley's lottery vote
BIRMINGHAM, AL (WBRC) - Alabama has struggled with funding problems for major state services such as Medicaid and corrections. Lawmakers oppose tax increases, but gambling issues have also been opposed. In Jefferson County, Cooper Green Mercy Health Services provides healthcare for the poor. A number of patients depend on Medicaid.

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Boston mobster turned Memphis pastor discusses $500 million art heist An ex-Boston mobster who secretly moved to Memphis in 2013 is opening up about his life as a
An ex-Boston mobster who secretly moved to Memphis in 2013 is opening up about his life as a caporegime and his knowledge of the largest art heist in world history. In the 1990s, Robert Luisi Jr. was a capo who oversaw a group of wiseguys in a Boston-based mob.

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Georgia police officer fired for flying Confederate flag at home
Roswell, Ga., police Sgt. Silvia Cotriss, a 20-year veteran of the department, was fired earlier this month. She plans to appeal the termination. (Roswell Police Department) An Atlanta-area police sergeant who was fired for flying a Confederate flag outside her home said she didn't know people find the flag offensive.

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Notorious mobster resurfaces with a new ID and offers tantalizing clue into $500million Gardner Museum art heist
During his mob days in the 1990s, Luisi found his atempts to become a Mafia boss blocked by the New England Mafia. So he decided to join the Philadelphia family, which made him a capo in 1998 and let him run his cocaine trafficking out of Boston. He has since turned his life around.

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Corruption plagues Mexico's border program
Mexico's two-year-old Southern Border Program has prevented thousands of undocumented immigrants from reaching the U.S.-Mexico border. said. President Barack Obama But while the program was supposed to offer safeguards for those leaving their countries, human rights groups say it's actually....

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Chilling details of France church attack as hostage speaks
Police officers prevent the access to the church where an hostage taking left a priest dead the day before in Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray, Normandy, France, Wednesday, July 27, 2016. The Islamic State group crossed a new threshold Tuesday in its war against the West, as two of its followers targeted a....

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Pastor spends $3,000 to win gun raffle, plans to destroy weapon
LAKE OSWEGO, OR (KPTV) - A Lake Oswego priest says he plans to destroy an assault rifle he won in a girls softball raffle. About two weeks ago the booster club supporting the Oregon's Big League Girls' All-Star Softball team raffled off an AR-15 to raise money for a tournament in California.

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Soldier from Hollywood dies after training run at Army base in Colorado
Hester's father, a teacher and pastor in Hollywood, described his only son as a Renaissance man, saying he had earned a degree in anthropology from the University of Florida in 2010 and a second in nursing from the University of South Florida in 2013. "He was the best," Ronnie Hester said of his son.

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Mugabe says will not quit after war veterans’ rebuke
President Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe on Wednesday dismissed demands by once stalwart war veteran supporters to quit, saying he was in power by popular vote and accusing critics of plotting his ouster with longtime Western opponents. The 92-year-old Mugabe, the only president Zimbabwe has had in 36....

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Oregon pastor spends $3k of church funds to win assault rifle raffle so he can destroy it
While Lucas spent $3,000 on the raffle tickets, he still was not guaranteed to win on the day of the draw. Another customer spent $1,420 on 71 raffle tickets in a bid to win the weapon but missed out, according to Ryan Payne, who coaches the District 2 Big League Softball Team.

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