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Whole Foods denies it made anti-gay cake
A Texas pastor filed a lawsuit against Whole Foods on Monday. Jordan Brown says he was given a custom cake that was decorated with an anti-gay sentiment. Brown, who is an openly gay man, is suing the grocery store for emotional distress, claiming the Austin store is responsible for the actions of its employees.

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Belinda Carlisle blasts Gov. Bryant; Urges repeal of HB 1523
BILOXI, MS (WLOX) - World-renowned pop star Belinda Carlisle is joining the chorus of voices calling for the repeal of Mississippi’s Religious Liberty Accommodations Act. Carlisle penned an open letter to Gov. Phil Bryant on Tuesday to voice her frustration with what she calls “devastating attacks” against the state’s LGBT community.

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BELIEVE IN GOD NOT YOUR PASTOR
Sir, Thank you for giving me space in your widely read newspaper. I’m deeply saddened by how our fellow Swazis have been led astray by the so called ‘pastors’ and others who claim bayakholwa just because they can read and have a wide knowledge about the Book of Life. Versions.

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AP: S. Korea covered up mass abuse, killings of ‘vagrants’
BUSAN, South Korea (AP) — The 14-year-old boy in the black school jacket stared at his sneakers, his heart pounding, as the policeman accused him of stealing a piece of bread. Even now, more than 30 years later, Choi Seung-woo weeps when he describes all that happened next.

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The real woman behind Ronald Reagan wasn't Nancy - it was his Sunday school teacher MOM, says aide who denies first lady wore the pants at the White House
She supposedly had the final say over presidential appointments and even influenced relations with the Soviets during the historic 1985 Geneva summit. Nancy Reagan, who died in March, supposedly ran the White House with a 'Gucci-clad fist', such was her obsession with fashion and control.

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Battle over Whole Foods cake with racial slur escalates outside of courtroom
AUSTIN (KXAN) — An Austin man claims Whole Foods discriminated against him after he ordered a cake reading “Love Wins” and instead got one with the words “Love Wins F–,” an anti-gay slur. Pastor Jordan Brown says he ordered the cake from the flagship Whole Foods store on N. Lamar Boulevard.

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Flint residents' lawsuit tossed from federal court
The legal reasoning used by a judge to toss a federal lawsuit seeking damages connected to the Flint water crisis may threaten other pending cases, according to a lawyer connected to the case. On Tuesday, U.S. District Judge John Corbett O’Meara dismissed a $150-million federal lawsuit brought by....

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Pastor to be honored for 51 years of leadership in Liberty City
The congregation, family and friends will honor the iconic pastor Bishop Walter H. Richardson on April 23 and 24 for 51 years of continuous service as the spiritual leader of The Church of God Tabernacle (True Holiness) in Liberty City. Richardson, 93, has served not only his congregation, but also....

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Is Mugabe A Liability in Zimbabwe's Democratization?
HARARE— Some Zimbabweans and a U.S congressman say the country’s current socio-economic and political problems can only be resolved through regime change while others believe that there is need to work with the present leadership, which was elected into office through so-called democratic elections.

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Whole Foods, pastor in legal battle over cake
An openly gay pastor and a Whole Foods in Austin, Texas are mired in a legal battle over a personalized cake with a three-letter slur. Jordan Brown, the founder and pastor at Austin’s Church of Open Doors, says he ordered a personalized cake with the words “Love Wins” from Austin’s Whole Food flagship store.

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Whole Foods, pastor in legal battle over cake
An openly gay pastor and a Whole Foods in Austin, Texas are mired in a legal battle over a personalized cake with a three-letter slur. Jordan Brown, the founder and pastor at Austin’s Church of Open Doors, says he ordered a personalized cake with the words “Love Wins” from Austin’s Whole Food flagship store.

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Curt Schilling posts controversial comments about transgender people
Former Red Sox pitcher and current ESPN analyst Curt Schilling is coming under fire for a Facebook post he shared concerning public facilities for transgender people. A Manchester man is both defending and apologizing for a flier he designed and handed out to families in Candia regarding a proposed policy regarding transgender students.

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Toddlers found roaming outside North Shore preschool
We don't conform to what they want. We don't take state money. They don't like that." - Rev. Jerel Keene. A preschool center in Abita Springs was stripped of its operating license Tuesday (April 18) because four unsupervised toddlers wandered out of its playground and onto a busy street, officials said.

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Pastor charged in Oshkosh with child enticement
A Twin Lakes pastor faces charges of child enticement after authorities say he planned to meet a person he thought to be a 13-year-old girl for sex while in Oshkosh for a pastor's conference. The Rev. Joshua C. Scheil, 28, of Trevor, was charged Monday in Winnebago County Circuit Court, where Commissioner Bryan Keberlein set a $10,000 cash bond.

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Massive retail, multifamily development along Layton Avenue seeks Greenfield Common Council approval
A De Pere businessman was indicted Friday in a bank fraud investigation on charges that came less than a year after separate revelations that the man had also walked away with more than $1.2 million in loans from state taxpayers. Ronald Van Den Heuvel, 62, was indicted by a grand jury in federal....

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'I'm a dyslexic Mexican but even I do not confuse 7/11 with 9/11': Salma Hayek rips into Donald Trump as the internet mocks his slip of the tongue
Speaking in his typically off-the-cuff fashion in Buffalo, Trump told thousands of supporters that the terrorist attack '[Is] very close to my heart because I was down there. 'I watched our police and our firemen down at 7/11, down at the World Trade Center right after it came down, and I saw the greatest people I've ever seen in action.

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Whole Foods Suing Man Who Claimed Cake Had Gay Slur On It
Whole Foods Market plans to take legal action against a customer who claimed a bakery employee wrote a gay slur on a cake he purchased from its flagship Austin, Texas, store. Jordan Brown, a pastor at the Church of Open Doors in Austin, received nationwide media coverage Monday after he shared a....

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Pastor sues Whole Foods over alleged gay slur on cake
AUSTIN — An openly gay pastor is suing Whole Foods Market after a cake he ordered from the flagship store in Austin allegedly contained a gay slur. The three-letter word written on the cake upset the pastor. "For me, it was humiliating," said Jordan Brown. "The feeling that I had, just resurfaced a bunch of painful memories.

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In New York's Harlem, Black Voters Divided Between Clinton, Sanders
NEW YORK— Ramon Taylor Beside Central Park, at the southern tip of New York's Harlem neighborhood, Second Canaan Baptist Church erected in 1947 welcomes a diverse, mostly African-American set of voters. Inside, altars and chairs have been replaced with booths and registration tables.

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Blawnox considering community garden plan
Updated 24 minutes ago A plan for a community garden on a vacant lot in Blawnox is stirring questions and discussion as borough leaders consider site plan approval. Tom Smith, former borough mayor, spoke out about the proposal for a Freeport Road site during a council meeting, urging members to “really think about it.

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Megachurch Warns Christians to Avoid Engaging in Politics in 'Sinful Ways'
Megachurch pastor Matt Chandler of The Village Church in Texas recently participated in a podcast with fellow pastor Josh Patterson and The Village Church staff members Kyle Worley and Anne Lincoln Holibaugh to discuss how Christians can positively impact the current political season.

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Megachurches Pay Senior Pastors Higher Salaries, Survey Finds
A recently published survey confirms what many may have already suspected: the larger a church, the higher the salary of its senior pastor. But does age also play a role in determining a senior pastor's salary? Among 727 participating large churches — "large" meaning an average of 2,000 in weekly....

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Pastor Calls on Christians to Help Refugees
As Christian persecution across the globe reaches levels never before seen, churches throughout the U.S. will devote time during Sunday worship services to pray for victims by taking part in "Stand With the Persecuted Sunday." Eight prominent religious liberty organizations — Open Doors USA, the....

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Whole Foods: The cake is a fake
AUSTIN - Whole Foods, Inc. is fighting back with a planned countersuit and security video it says contradicts a local pastor’s claim he received a cake from a Whole Foods store that had a gay slur on it. The grocery giant said that after a deeper investigation into the claims made by Pastor Jordan....

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South Korea covered up mass murder of vagrants before 1988 Olympics
BUSAN, South Korea — The 14-year-old boy in the black school jacket stared at his sneakers, his heart pounding, as the policeman accused him of stealing a piece of bread. Even now, more than 30 years later, Choi Seung-woo weeps when he describes all that happened next.

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The real woman behind Ronald Reagan wasn't Nancy - it was his Sunday school teacher MOM, says aide who denies first lady wore the pants at the White House
She supposedly had the final say over presidential appointments and even influenced relations with the Soviets during the historic 1985 Geneva summit. Nancy Reagan, who died in March, supposedly ran the White House with a 'Gucci-clad fist', such was her obsession with fashion and control.

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