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Clinton emphasizing gun laws ahead of South Carolina primary
By BILL BARROW and CATHERINE LUCEY, Associated Press. FLORENCE, S.C. (AP) — Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton has South Carolina mostly to herself two days before the first-in-the-South primary, and she's using it to capitalize on her advantage over Bernie Sanders with black voters.

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Neighbors mourn Colorado deputy who did double-duty as coach
A small Colorado community is mourning a sheriff's deputy shot and killed while serving an eviction order This undated photograph provided by the Park County, Colo., Sheriff's Department of Nate Carrigan, a corporal with the department who was shot and killed while serving an eviction notice with other officers to a man in Bailey, Colo.

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Neighbors mourn Colorado deputy who did double-duty as coach
By DONNA BRYSON Associated Press. BAILEY, Colo. (AP) - This tight-knit Colorado mountain community mourned a sheriff's deputy who was shot and killed while serving an eviction order, a man who grew up in the friendly hamlet where he coached football and baseball at his alma mater. Cpl.

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Neighbors mourn Colorado deputy who did double-duty as coach
BAILEY, Colorado This tight-knit Colorado mountain community mourned a sheriff's deputy who was shot and killed while serving an eviction order, a man who grew up in the friendly hamlet where he coached football and baseball at his alma mater. Cpl. Nate Carrigan, 35, who had a fiancee and four....

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Clinton emphasizing gun laws ahead of South Carolina primary
By BILL BARROW and CATHERINE LUCEY Associated Press. FLORENCE, S.C. (AP) - Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton has South Carolina mostly to herself two days before the first-in-the-South primary, and she's using it to capitalize on her advantage over Bernie Sanders with black voters.

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‘Abrupt end of amnesty programme may lead to renew militancy in Niger-Delta’
Since the introduction of the Amnesty programme, how is the relationship between ex-militants and the Federal Government and how has this relationship helped in the development of the Niger Delta? The Amnesty programme really assisted the Federal Government and I thank the late President Musa....

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Neighbors mourn Colorado deputy who did double-duty as coach
BAILEY, Colo. (AP) — This tight-knit Colorado mountain community mourned a sheriff's deputy who was shot and killed while serving an eviction order, a man who grew up in the friendly hamlet where he coached football and baseball at his alma mater. Cpl.

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Neighbors Mourn Colorado Deputy Who Did Double-Duty as Coach
This tight-knit Colorado mountain community mourned a sheriff's deputy who was shot and killed while serving an eviction order, a man who grew up in the friendly hamlet where he coached football and baseball at his alma mater. Cpl. Nate Carrigan, 35, who had a fiancee and four stepchildren, joined the Park County Sheriff's Department in 2003.

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Clinton emphasizing gun laws ahead of South Carolina primary
Sen. Corey Booker, D-N.J., introduces Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton at a campaign event at the Cumberland United Methodist Church in Florence, S.C., Thursday, Feb. 25, 2016. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert) By BILL BARROW and CATHERINE LUCEY. The Associated Press. FLORENCE, S.C.

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Neighbors mourn Colorado deputy who did double-duty as coach
This tight-knit Colorado mountain community mourned a sheriff's deputy who was shot and killed while serving an eviction order, a man who grew up in the friendly hamlet where he coached football and baseball at his alma mater. Cpl. Nate Carrigan, 35, who had a fiancee and four stepchildren, joined the Park County Sheriff's Department in 2003.

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Stop meddling in amnesty programme, Boyloaf, LPCDI, warn N-Delta politicians
By Samuel Oyadongha & Grace Udofia. N iger Delta ex-militant leader, Ebikamowei Victor Ben, alias Boyloaf, has warned politicians to steer clear of the Presidential Amnesty Programme, which he described as a security package aimed at restoring peace and stability to the area.

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(Don't!) Stop Being So Sensitive
Since childhood, I've heard people say, "Stop being so sensitive!" And I've wanted to ask, How can I stop being me? Or I've heard, "Relax!" and I've thought, but I'm working through something not relaxing! And then I've wanted to insert my not-relaxed heel in the person's... um, napkin. Or the worst has been, "Don't think so hard about everything.

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Neighbors, students mourn Colorado deputy who was also coach
BAILEY, Colo. (AP) — Young athletes and others in this tight-knit Colorado mountain community are mourning a sheriff's deputy who was shot and killed while serving an eviction order, a man who grew up in the friendly hamlet where he coached football and baseball at his alma mater. Cpl.

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Sen. Ellis picks up key endorsement in bid for Harris Co. commissioner
The Rev. Bill Lawson has endorsed State Sen. Rodney Ellis in his campaign to become the next Harris County Precinct 1 commissioner. Lawson, a longtime civil rights advocate and pastor emeritus of Wheeler Avenue Baptist Church, said in a statement that he's backing Ellis because of his public service....

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Clinton calls for 'true progressive' on Supreme Court
KINGSTREE, S.C. (AP) — Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton has South Carolina mostly to herself two days before the first-in-the-South primary, and she's using it to capitalize on her advantage over Bernie Sanders with black voters. The Vermont senator, meanwhile, is spending Thursday....

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UPDATE: Police: Man taken into custody following disturbance in Northfield
(UPDATE: This story has been updated with information that the church was not placed in lockdown, but rather made aware of the incident, according to Pam Fickenscher, St. John's lead pastor.) A man was taken into custody for a mental health evaluation Wednesday night after police say he was inside....

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Unpaid Bills Bedevil Harlem Church Known for Its Outspoken Pastor
Ask James L. Manning, the pastor of the Atlah Worldwide Church, why he is involved in a legal battle to save his redbrick building in Harlem from foreclosure, and he gives the same answer he employs when talking about many of the world’s problems. “It’s primarily about my very vigorous opposition to....

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Choosing the right maid of honour, best man
The wedding day is arguably the most important day in a person’s life. It’s the day two lovebirds put a seal on their affection for each other in front of family and friends. It’s the day most people refer to as ‘the happiest day of their life.’ The day is not just about flowers, good food, wine and a beautiful dress.

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Some critics call for Thornton's ouster as leader of Baltimore schools
City leaders have been talking privately for several months about his leadership and their concern that the schools are not improving at a critical time for the city, according to interviews with more than two dozen people. Many said they hoped the board would ask Thornton to leave. Now some are speaking openly about their dissatisfaction with him.

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Neighbors, sheriff mourn Colorado deputy who was also coach
This tight-knit Colorado mountain community mourned a sheriff's deputy who was shot and killed while serving an eviction order, a man who grew up in the friendly hamlet where he coached football and baseball at his alma mater. Cpl. Nate Carrigan, 35, who had a fiancee and four stepchildren, joined the Park County Sheriff's Department in 2003.

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Neighbors, sheriff mourn Colorado deputy who was also coach
A small Colorado community is mourning a sheriff's deputy shot and killed while serving an eviction order This undated photograph provided by the Park County, Colo., Sheriff's Department of Nate Carrigan, a corporal with the department who was shot and killed while serving an eviction notice with other officers to a man in Bailey, Colo.

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Neighbors, sheriff mourn Colorado deputy who was also coach
By DONNA BRYSON Associated Press. BAILEY, Colo. (AP) - This tight-knit Colorado mountain community mourned a sheriff's deputy who was shot and killed while serving an eviction order, a man who grew up in the friendly hamlet where he coached football and baseball at his alma mater. Cpl.

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Former reality star Emily Maynard’s love life is now an open book
Oh dear. Look who’s back. Again. It’s that poor, misguided young woman from those stupid reality dating shows. You know: The one who got engaged on national TV – twice – and wound up dumping the guy. Twice. Does she really deserve yet another 15 minutes of fame? Does she truly have anything new to say? Emily Maynard isn’t naive.

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Greensburg-Jeannette NAACP plans celebration
Updated 42 minutes ago A Black History Month celebration will be held at 4 p.m. Saturday at Greater Parkview Church in partnership with the Greensburg-Jeannette NAACP. The theme is “Blazing the Way from Our Past to Our Future.” The program is designed “to strengthen community and cross-cultural....

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Neighbors, Sheriff Mourn Colorado Deputy Who Was Also Coach
This tight-knit Colorado mountain community mourned a sheriff's deputy who was shot and killed while serving an eviction order, a man who grew up in the friendly hamlet where he coached football and baseball at his alma mater. Cpl. Nate Carrigan, 35, who had a fiancee and four stepchildren, joined the Park County Sheriff's Department in 2003.

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Atlanta AME members celebrate Richard Allen black heritage stamp
In 1960, Pastor Matthew Allen Watley wrote a letter to the postmaster general asking that a stamp be issued in honor of Richard Allen, founder of the African Methodist Episcopal Church. Nothing happened. Now, more than five decades later, his son, the Rev. William D.

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