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Brother of slain Ohio pastor is indicted on murder charges
Purchase: Order Reprint DAYTON, Ohio — The younger brother of an Ohio pastor who was shot in a church office near the end of Sunday services has been indicted on murder charges. Daniel Schooler earlier pleaded not guilty to preliminary murder charges after his Feb. 28 arrest at St. Peter's Missionary Baptist Church in Dayton.

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MEXICO CITY (AP) — Mexico's main archdiocese has taken the unusual step of publicly saying Pope Francis was badly advised when he directed harsh words to local bishops during his visit in mid-February. The pope told a gathering of local bishops not to be career-minded clerics, saying, "We do not....

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Brother of slain Ohio pastor is indicted on murder charges
DAYTON, Ohio The younger brother of an Ohio pastor who was shot in a church office near the end of Sunday services has been indicted on murder charges. Daniel Schooler earlier pleaded not guilty to preliminary murder charges after his Feb. 28 arrest at St. Peter's Missionary Baptist Church in Dayton.

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Idaho shooting suspect’s Martian manifesto is window into an unraveling mind
On Tuesday evening, as tourists snapped photos in front of the White House, a young man with blond hair and blue eyes approached the black iron fence. Kyle Odom wasn’t there to take pictures, though. He was there to deliver a message to the president. A Secret Service agent spotted Odom tossing something over the fence and approached him.

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Brother of slain Ohio pastor is indicted on murder charges
The younger brother of an Ohio pastor who was shot in a church office near the end of Sunday services has been indicted on murder charges. Daniel Schooler earlier pleaded not guilty to preliminary murder charges after his Feb. 28 arrest at St. Peter's Missionary Baptist Church in Dayton.

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Nation GOP Candidates Court Cuban Americans in Florida GOP Candidates Court Cuban Americans in Florida Ahead of the crucial winner take all primary in Florida, candidates pursue support from a historically conservative and sizable Cuban American community
GOP Candidates Court Cuban Americans in Florida. Ahead of the crucial winner take all primary in Florida, candidates pursue support from a historically conservative and sizable Cuban American community. However, increasing division within the community, present wriggle room for candidate’s positi.

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Flights Airlines expect record numbers for spring travel Airlines expect record numbers for spring travel Airlines are projecting 140 million passengers during March and April. Flights 5 minutes ago Nation Now Naked dancing woman in Houston will not be ch
WASHINGTON – Airlines are projecting a record spring travel season, the trade group Airlines for America said Wednesday. The group forecast 140 million passengers during March and April, a 3% rise compared to the same period a year ago. That total would be the highest ever for spring travel, topping the 136.

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N852m UBEC Fund: Ekiti Assembly summons Fayemi, condemns DSS
The Ekiti State House of Assembly has summoned the immediate-past Governor of the state, Dr. Kayode Fayemi, to appear before it on Tuesday, March 22, to explain how the N852 million Universal Basic Education Commission (UBEC) fund was expended by his administration.

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Idaho shooting suspect’s Martian manifesto is window into an unraveling mind
On Tuesday evening, as tourists snapped photos in front of the White House, a young man with blond hair and blue eyes approached the black iron fence. Kyle Odom wasn’t there to take pictures, though. He was there to deliver a message to the president. A Secret Service agent spotted Odom tossing something over the fence and approached him.

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Row over sandy tracks hits Spain-Saudi rail project
Madrid (AFP) - It is the biggest contract Spanish firms have ever undertaken abroad, a high-speed railway linking Islam's holiest cities, Mecca and Medina, in Saudi Arabia -- but sand is covering the tracks and now the building partners are arguing over who should clean it up.

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Christians can get tithe refund - ZRA
DARLINGTON MWENDABAI Chipata THE ZAMBIA Revenue Authority (ZRA) says workers on the pay as you earn (PAYE) scheme and faithfully pay tithe annually to their churches are eligible for refund by the authority. ZRA Chipata revenue officer Kafuna Maboshe said as an incentive, the authority can refund....

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Salt Lake City Unitarians celebrate 125 years of social activism and do-it-yourself theology
Boredom catapulted the Rev. Tom Goldsmith from the bastion of liberal Unitarianism in New England to the conservative backwaters of Utah. It was 1987, and Goldsmith, a Harvard Divinity School graduate, was restless in historic Boston, hungry for social activism that would change lives.

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Worshipper commits suicide after church vigil
11. Afeez Hanafi. The Church of the King of Kings on Taju Bello Street, in the Iju-Ishaga area of Lagos, has been thrown into confusion after a member, identified simply as Taofiq, committed suicide at the back of the church building. Taofiq, a mechanic, was said to have attended a vigil in the....

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Ted Cruz’s Ties To Controversial Christian Leaders In 2016 GOP Race
Given his popularity among evangelical voters, Texas Sen. Ted Cruz has received endorsements from a number of Christian leaders across the country, some with controversial pasts. The Republican candidate counts supporters among Mike Bickle, a preacher who once called Oprah Winfrey the “forerunner of....

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Sandy tracks row hits Saudi-Spain rail project
It is the biggest contract Spanish firms have ever undertaken abroad, a high-speed railway linking Islam's holiest cities, Mecca and Medina, in Saudi Arabia but sand is covering the tracks and now the building partners are arguing over who should clean it up.

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9 lawmakers push for negotiated release of ex-Maine pastor
AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) - Nine lawmakers are urging Secretary of State John Kerry to negotiate the release of a retired Maine pastor from a Spanish prison. The Portland Press Herald reports (http://bit.ly/1R3Vck5 ) that Republican U.S. Sen. Susan Collins says 77-year-old Joseph Martin is serving six....

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The waiting game: Alberta patient not sure what's going to happen following flood at Red Deer hospital
Arthur Rathjen is in limbo as he waits to have colon surgery at Red Deer Regional Hospital, which was hit with a massive flood March 1 that destroyed five of nine operating rooms. Prior to the flood, the local pastor from Bentley, Alta., had his surgery delayed from March 7 to March 28. Now Rathjen and his family must wait longer.

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Cruz Embraces Controversial Christian Leaders
Given his popularity among evangelical voters, Texas Sen. Ted Cruz has received endorsements from a number of Christian leaders across the country, some with controversial pasts. The Republican candidate counts supporters among Mike Bickle, a preacher who once called Oprah Winfrey the "forerunner of....

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forbes.com schreibt dazu: Cruz claimed in the National Review that the FDA refused to approve a drug because studies of the drug did not fit the agency?s 'placebo testing requirements ' One problem there . What Ted Cruz Gets Wrong About The FDA: Tough Regulation Can Spark Innovation.

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Quit comparing trump to Hitler!
It’s difficult to say when the Hitler analogies got out of control. Maybe it was when Donald Trump started asking people at his rallies to raise their hands in a loyalty oath, and the photos made it look like they were zealots delivering a “Sieg Heil.” “This Donald Trump Rally Looks like a Scene....

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International Women's Day: How can we best honor the courage of persecuted women?
Imagine living every day, every moment of your life in fear. That is the reality of thousands of women around the world. They have reason to fear because they are Christians living in places where the worship of Jesus is forbidden and because they are females in countries where women are not afforded even the most basic human rights.

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ST's new look a winner on global stage
The redesign of The Straits Times last year, as part of its 170th anniversary celebrations, has won international acclaim. The publication picked up three awards of excellence for its new look at the 37th edition of the Best Of News Design international competition - a first for the English-language flagship daily of Singapore Press Holdings.

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Wounded Idaho pastor regains consciousness; shooter still at large
COEUR D’ALENE, Idaho (AP) — An Idaho pastor who was shot six times last weekend has regained consciousness and is talking with his family, an associate said Tuesday. The search continued Tuesday for Kyle Odom, 30, the man suspected of shooting Pastor Tim Remington, a day after Remington led the....

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Quit comparing Trump to Hitler!
It’s difficult to say when the Hitler analogies got out of control. Maybe it was when Donald Trump started asking people at his rallies to raise their hands in a loyalty oath, and the photos made it look like they were zealots delivering a “Sieg Heil.” “This Donald Trump Rally Looks like a Scene....

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Strip club welcomes church as new neighbor
LAFAYETTE, Indiana Last summer, after praying about a building his church had pegged as a possible new home, Neal Porter talked to his two teenage children about the neighboring establishment Filly's Gentlemen's Club and adult gift shop. He told them, "We have no right to judge them because they are....

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PM promises $16m CLICO cash payout
By NEIL HARTNELL. Tribune Business Editor. This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . The Prime Minister yesterday said a collective $16 million cash payout to victims of the CLICO (Bahamas) debacle would begin before month’s end, amid warnings little has been done to prevent similar financial collapses from occurring in the future.

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