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10 Places to celebrate Cinco de Mayo in Nashville
I'm not sure when Cinco de Mayo (the 5th of May) became more like Cinco de Drinko than a celebration of Mexican culture and pride, but I think beer marketing might have something to do with it. That's just a stab in the dark, though. Often confused with Mexico's Independence Day (Sept.

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Shocking dashcam footage shows Chicago police LAUGHING as they pepper spray and beat a female pastor in front of her children
Reverend Catherine Brown is suing police for excessive force following an encounter with two officers outside her home in May 2013; Dashcam footage released this week as part of the lawsuit show a female officer pepper spraying Brown as a male officer looks on laughing Brown is then pulled from the....

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Rafael Cruz won't be in town to preach Sunday
Sen. Ted Cruz' father, Rafael Cruz, will not speak Sunday at Gentle Shepherd Baptist Church in Lincoln. The longtime Baptist minister and Cuban expatriate had been set to preach at the 11 a.m. Service at the church. But Pastor Gary Fuller said that in the wake of Ted Cruz pulling out of the....

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Senior Chinese Religious Advisor Calls For Promotion Of Atheism In Society
Tibetan monks pray in China's Gansu province on Feb. 21, 2012. Photo: Reuters. SHANGHAI — A senior Chinese advisor on religious affairs has said the country should promote atheism throughout society, in remarks that appear to reflect a deepening campaign to reinforce traditional Marxist values in....

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Crime Argument over Facebook picture led to Good Samaritan's death Argument over Facebook picture led to Good Samaritan's death Quinisha Johnson says she's is in a lot of pain both physically and emotionally, a day after her husband allegedly shot her in
Her husband, 22-year-old Ricci Bradden, didn’t like it. He thought it was drawing too much attention. But Johnson told us that Bradden later called her and apologized for losing his temper over the picture. The conversation ended with Bradden telling Johnson he loved her and to have a good day, she said.

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The Day the Republican Party Died
NEW YORK—Where were you the night Donald Trump killed the Republican Party as we knew it? Trump was right where he belonged: in the gilt-draped skyscraper with his name on it, Trump Tower in Manhattan, basking in the glory of his final, definitive victory.

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Uganda: Ngabo, Lukwago, Nyanzi in Court Over Defiance Campaign
Kampala city Lord Mayor Erias Lukwago, Forum for Democratic Change weekly prayers lead pastor Happy Ngabo and the suspended Makerere Institute of Social Research fellow Dr Stella Nyanzi have been arraigned in court over defiance campaign. Mr Lukwago, pastor Ngabo and two others spent a night in....

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Dead people could be 'brought back to life' after pioneering medical trial given ethical approval
A pioneering medical trial that aims to bring dead people "back to life" has been approved by US health watchdogs. The trial, known as the " ReAnima Project ", will investigate whether parts of the central nervous system can be reanimated through medical procedures.

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Biotech company to try bringing the dead back to life
Lazarus may have some friends soon. A biotech company based in Philadelphia has gotten approval to try reawakening nervous systems in patients who've been declared clinically dead, a move one doctor called "another step towards the eventual reversal of death in our lifetime.

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Groundbreaking trial will attempt to bring the brains of the clinically dead back to life
Scientists seeking to bring the brains of dead people back to life have won approval for a groundbreaking trial. A biotech company has been granted ethical permission to find 20 patients who have been declared clinically dead from a traumatic brain injury, to test, with their families’ consent,....

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Life On the fridge
TODAY. GWC Cinco De Mayo: Celebrate Cinco De Mayo with the Guam Women’s Club from 6 to 10 p.m May 5 at Fiesta Hotel. Proceeds to benefit GWC Philanthropic Fund. Roundtrip ticket from Cebu Pacific will be raffled, as well as door prizes. Enjoy music from The Natives. For tickets/information, call 687-7362 or 688-2698 or visit the Cop Shop in Maite.

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Chinese Religion Official Calls For Promotion Of Atheism
Tibetan monks pray in China's Gansu province on Feb. 21, 2012. Photo: Reuters. SHANGHAI — A senior Chinese advisor on religious affairs has said the country should promote atheism throughout society, in remarks that appear to reflect a deepening campaign to reinforce traditional Marxist values in....

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A selfie. A newlywed’s fight. A Good Samaritan shot dead at Walgreens
By Katie Mettler It was a selfie, posted on Facebook and apparently soliciting too much attention, that sparked the domestic dispute between newlyweds outside a Texas Walgreens Monday that left one woman with a gunshot wound and an armed Good Samaritan dead.

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Indiana fire stations install 'Safe Haven Baby Boxes' which allow mothers to leave unwanted newborns in safety
Save Haven Baby Boxes founder Monica Kelsey, a volunteer firefighter and medic, said the boxes were part of a broader approach that includes increasing awareness about the laws and other options available to new mothers in crisis. 'If these boxes are the answer, great,' she said. 'We're trying to come at it from all angles.

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Gay Steinbach student's plea for updated diversity policies brings some to tears
A 17-year-old's presentation at a Hanover School Division office brought many in a crowd of about 70 to their feet and others to tears on Tuesday night. Student Mika Schellenberg attended the school board meeting in Steinbach, Man., to ask trustees to update the division's diversity policies to better include LGBT people.

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Area update: Lincoln's Challenge classes last to leave Grissom Hall
RANTOUL — Lincoln's Challenge Academy classes will be moved to a new location, and it won't be on the academy's new campus. Cadets in the upcoming class will be taught on the second floor of Rantoul Business Center. For years, classes had been held in Grissom Hall.

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Silliness
I find myself somewhat bemused by the odd brouhaha over restrooms currently underway in the United States. When my wife last visited Europe she discovered that the restrooms in most of the places she visited were gender neutral. Each toilet was in its own enclosed and lockable room, while the sinks....

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Pastor of Aleppo: Missiles on hospitals, schools and mosques. Call for Masses for peace worldwide
Aleppo (AsiaNews) - The leaders of the Catholic communities of Aleppo have launched an appeal to the bishops, priests and faithful around the world, asking them to "offer Masses next Sunday, May 8, for peace in Syria and especially to Aleppo ". This is what 44 year old Franciscan Fr.

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Trump links Cruz's father to Kennedy assassination
Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump has suggested that Rafael Cruz, his chief opponent's father, was connected to the man who killed President John F Kennedy. In an interview with Fox News, Trump brought up a story that recently appeared in the National Enquirer.

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Uses parable of lost sheep to illustrate inclusiveness
Vatican City, May 4 - Pope Francis in his weekly general audience on Wednesday invoked the parable of the pastor who leaves his 99 sheep in the desert to search for the one lost from the fold, warning Christians not to "close themselves in a pen where there is no longer the smell of sheep but rather a musty smell".

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Ellen Lauds SDA Church for Partnership
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has lauded the Seventh Day Adventist (SDA) Church for its contributions and partnership with government in the development efforts of the country. She expressed gratitude to the church for its many contributions to Liberia's educational, health and other humanitarian services.

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Pope warns against 'losing smell of sheep'
Vatican City, May 4 - Pope Francis in his weekly general audience on Wednesday invoked the parable of the pastor who leaves his 99 sheep in the desert to search for the one lost from the fold, warning Christians not to "close themselves in a pen where there is no longer the smell of sheep but rather a musty smell".

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'Bongbong', the son, leads Marcos revival in the Philippines
Manila: For the son and namesake of late Philippine dictator Ferdinand Marcos, winning the vice presidency in next week's election is as much about restoring his family's tainted image as it is about making the country a better place. "Bongbong", as Ferdinand Marcos Jr.

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Jamaica: Widow of slain Christian missionary speaks of 'huge loss'
The wife of one of the two US missionaries found dead in Jamaica last weekend has said she does not want the men's deaths to reflect badly on the country. The bodies of Harold Nichols and Randy Hentzel were found bearing marks of violence in the Albion Mountain region. They had left on a motorcycle on Saturday morning.

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Guilt-ridden 'thief' took back bushes he 'stole' from church after being caught on camera
This guilt-ridden gardener decided to return three bushes he had stolen from a church after finding out he had been spotted The man can be seen in the footage digging up the large shrubs from outside the church's front door last Saturday. He lugs the great big bushes, each around 10 years old and worth about 70, into the back of his truck.

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Eleven Prophecies from Nigerian Pastors on 2015 elections that came out wrong
Below is a list of prophecies from some Nigerian pastors before elections that came out wrongly: 1. Apostle Fredrick, (Wonder City Chapel, Ghana.) “Nigerians should watch out for the second term of His Excellency President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan. Although it looks very challenging with him and his....

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