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Former Bank Risk Manager Heads New Inmate Release Panel
GEORGE TOWN, Grand Cayman (CNS) -- Debra Humphreys, a retired risk and compliance manager at a local bank, has been appointed to lead the new Conditional Release Board which will replace the parole board under new legislation that has altered the way prisoners will get out of jail.

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Cruz-Loving End-Times Pastor Uses Numerology to Show How Scalia Was Sacrificed in Pagan Ritual
Rick Wiles is one of those end-times pastors who thinks that Jesus is returning any day now and that President Obama is the anti-Christ. Conspiracy theories are spiraling out of control surrounding Justice Antonin Scalia’s death, from to God killing Scalia to elect Ted Cruz .

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DJ Kellz turns to God
Kealeboga ‘DJ Kellz’ Gaelebale who is popular for his Dee Jaying skills particularly when it comes to Hip-Hop and RnB has turned to God. Though he has not completely thrown in the towel at the turn tables, the Mahalapye born said he will now use his skills to positively impact people’s lives.

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Astymin puts smiles on the faces of Nigerians [VIDEO]
is not only delivering positively on the health and well-being of Nigerians through its essential amino-acid and multivitamins, it is also putting smiles on their faces by subtly touching their lives where it matters. Watch Inuolaji Bukola Ajara as she shared her experience on the Astymin Get Alert....

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Sunday Letters: Lucas Museum ruling a setback for all Chicago
If you, like us, support the arts, education, jobs, economic investment, architectural innovation and adding nearly 200,000 square feet of new parkland along the lakefront for all the people of Chicago to enjoy, U.S. District Judge John Darrah’s ruling on Thursday was a disappointment.

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'Affluenza' teen Ethan Couch faces 40 years in prison if he violates probation
The teenager will now be returned to the Lon Evans Correctional Center for an unspecified period of time. Until now, Couch's probation - handed down by a court in 2013 following his conviction for killing four people while driving drunk - has been handled by the juvenile system.

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South Carolina: battle for a divided state
With South Carolina's Republican primary tomorrow, and eight months passed since the incomprehensible murder of black churchgoers in Charleston, racial tensions are simmering despite presidential candidates' proclamations that the state has emerged gracefully from tragedy.

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Pale and scruffy 'Affluenza' teen Ethan Couch faces 40 years in prison if he violates probation again as judge rules he remain in solitary and his case be moved to adult court
'That, combined with his high profile would make him somewhat of a target. Texas has an inmate to guard ration of 48:1, so being with 48 inmates in a large open area could be troublesome.' Couch, 18, is in the Lon Evans Correction Center, a 444-bed maximum-security lock-up in downtown Fort Worth.

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Loving In The Grown Zone. How to Make Healthy Decisions in Love.
(l-r) Alfred A. Edmond Jr. with wife Zara D. Green. Zara, can you tell me about your education and professional background? Zara: I am a graduate of Xavier University of Louisiana. My educational and professional background are a perfect blend of Communications and Psychology, my career started in news, I am a former newscaster.

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Pinellas Park church sign stirs up controversy
"If you are white, use your privilege to fight for justice." Jen Daysa, the pastor of the Pinellas Park Presbyterian church, said she put it there to raise awareness about racial issues. "We've always been a church about racial justice," she said. "We do think that those who are white in our....

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Pope highlights GOP minority challenges
AP Ron Hughes plants signs ahead of Republican presidential candidate, Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas campaign stop, Friday, Feb. 19, 2016, in Myrtle Beach, S.C. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke) Spartanburg, South Carolina - The Republican Party’s tension over its relationship with black and Hispanic voters was under....

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Analysis: Pope shines spotlight on GOP minority challenges
Spartanburg, S.C. • The Republican Party's tug-of-war over its relationship with black and Hispanic voters was under way long before Pope Francis decided to answer a question about Donald Trump. On one side, Marco Rubio and others insist the GOP must attract more minorities to win the presidency.

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15 Novels About Survival
Survival has been the subject of stories for thousands of years. With the popularity of The Revenant The Martian and The Hunger Games , survival is as popular as ever. In these 15 novels, men and women are forced to pit their strength, skill and brains against the forces of nature, evil, and each other.

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Ashari Rainbow survives being struck by lightning at church camp
'I turned around and saw Kris laying down a couple of metres away from me and at that point I realised I couldn't feel anything and screamed "I can't feel my arm". By the time the ambulance arrived and delivered Ms Rainbow to Royal Adelaide Hospital the feeling was returning to her feet and legs.

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Analysis: Pope shines spotlight on GOP minority challenges
SPARTANBURG, S.C. – The Republican Party’s tug-of-war over its relationship with black and Hispanic voters was under way long before Pope Francis decided to answer a question about Donald Trump. On one side, Marco Rubio and others insist the GOP must attract more minorities to win the presidency.

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UK Court Dissolves Chris And Anita Oyakhilome’s Marriage
Pastor Chris Oyakhilome, founder of Believers’ Loveworld Incoporated, aka Christ Embassy, has got an official separation from his wife of many years, Anita Oyakhilome. The divorce came on February 8, 2016 from a court in High Holborn, London, United Kingdom, which granted Anita’s divorce wishes....

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Presidential candidate Ted Cruz and the art of being pathetic
Gonzalez said: "Well, the reality is that this idea of the separation of church and state is a myth. I mean, you bring your faith into the marketplace like you do anything else. So Ted Cruz is a — will be a president not just, you know who is a preacher and pastor in the White House, that's not the idea.

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Tafo Conflict Reduces School Attendance
Kumasi The Director of Pentecostal Life Educational Complex, Pastor Daniel Anane Preprah, has said the uneasy clash between the Tafo Traditional Council (TTC) and Muslim community last Wednesday, which has resulted in the closure of schools, has affected the budget they use to run the school.

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Dealing With the Odaw River Menace When the Political Will Is Lacking, Everything Is a Pawn in the Poker Game
Accra Not many Ghanaians were happy when the United Nations Children Emergency Fund (UNICEF) and the World Health Organisation released the result of a study into sanitation in Africa in 2006, and ranked Ghana, our beloved country, the fourth dirtiest nation on the continent of Africa.

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Analysis: Pope shines spotlight on GOP minority challenges
SPARTANBURG, S.C. - The Republican Party's tug-of-war over its relationship with black and Hispanic voters was under way long before Pope Francis decided to answer a question about Donald Trump. On one side, Marco Rubio and others insist the GOP must attract more minorities to win the presidency.

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Analysis: Pope highlights Republicans' minority challenges
SPARTANBURG, South Carolina (AP) " The Republican Party's tension over its relationship with black and Hispanic voters was under way long before Pope Francis decided to comment on Donald Trump. On one side, Florida Sen. Marco Rubio and others insist the party must attract more minorities to win the presidency.

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Scalia memorial: What you need to know
While the justices have their bitter debates and occasional flare-ups, the statements they released this week reflected the deep respect they had for Scalia. Chief Justice John Roberts called him an "extraordinary jurist." Justice Stephen Breyer said he was a "legal titan.

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Refugees Await Vote Results in Central African Republic
KAGA-BANDORO, CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC— It's been more two years since Therese Waima fled for her life with her five children after Muslim rebels shot her husband to death. While adjusted to a new normal inside a sprawling camp home to thousands of others, she still dreams of going home.

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Tragedy! Man Butchers Mother, Father And 3 Children (Warning: Graphic Photos)
A s*x-crazed teenager who could not control his s*xual urge has abducted an 11-year-old girl and brutally raping her at gunpoint. A 19-year-old man has been ... Rumours saturated the online media that Chris Ngige could be suffering from health complications as he collapsed before the lower house while defending the budgetary .

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This Morning from CBS News, Feb. 19, 2016
Donald Trump is softening his tone after getting into a war of words with Pope Francis. Trump went at the pontiff after Francis said the GOP front-runner's plan to build a wall along the U.S. border with Mexico "is not Christian." Last night at a town hall, Trump seemed to back off.

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Local Shelby Park: Reducing crime through compassion Shelby Park: Reducing crime through compassion Neighborhood sees slow development alongside residential return to inner city. Local 14 hours, 17 minutes ago Local Gallery | The murals of Shelby Park Gal
It takes a certain type of person to see the future of Shelby Park. Often overshadowed by revitalization efforts in nearby Germantown and Schnitzelburg, the neighborhood has increasingly fought a decades-old reputation for being a rough area that's not worth a second look.

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