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Clinton, Sanders Attend Same Service at Las Vegas Church
BREAKING NEWS ACCUTRACK RADAR: Track the frigid temperatures here! Clinton, Sanders Attend Same Service at Las Vegas Church. Just one week ahead of the Nevada caucuses , the next contest in the fight for the Democratic nomination, and Bernie Sanders attended the same African-American church in....

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Clinton, Sanders court the African American vote at same Las Vegas church
LAS VEGAS -- The paths of the two Democratic candidates for the White House converged at the same historic Baptist church here on Sunday, as both Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders sought to leverage African American support ahead of Saturday’s high-stakes caucuses here.

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'A very kind of man who helped others': Former priest accused of murdering a 25-year-old beauty queen is described as compassionate and humble by colleagues
Feit was considered the prime suspect for more than half a century, but was finally arrested on February 9 in Scottsdale, Arizona and could be extradited back to Texas. A grand jury brought the charge based on yet-to-be-disclosed evidence. Feit, who uses a walker, is now in jailon a $750,000 bond.

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With eyes on Nevada, Clinton and Sanders duel at church
Seated on opposing sides of the warm red sanctuary, Clinton and Sanders courted African-American voters with similar but opposing messages. While Sanders focused on criminal justice reform and economic policy that would punish billionaires and the top 1% of earners, Clinton trained some of her rhetoric on the man she is running against.

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Former priest arrested in cold case known for compassion
PHOENIX (AP) — For nearly 20 years, John Feit was known around the St. Vincent de Paul nonprofit agency as one its most compassionate employees. The former priest worked in downtown Phoenix with food-pantry volunteers and even raised money to buy a house for a needy family.

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Police, Army Officers Cited in Robberies
Police and the Chieftaincy of Military Intelligence (CMI) are investigating whether some top police officials and soldiers were engaged in the recent spate of robberies and murders in and around Kampala. Most of the officers under investigation, The Observer has learnt, were implicated by....

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Pledges still rolling in for beach fund
Campaign organisers Duane Major and Adam Gard'ner are now focused on today's 3pm deadline when final pledges could be made, but they were staying silent on the tally. Mr Major said they had taken advice and decided to keep the details private about the potential amount they would tender for the site at Awaroa, at the head of the national park.

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Canada’s two-tier system: Syrians not the only ones fleeing adversity at home, experts and refugees say
TORONTO — Solomon didn’t face a welcoming committee with cameras clicking when he landed in Toronto as a refugee. Instead, he got a send-off. The smuggler who had brought him into the country gave him a lift into one of the city’s predominantly Ethiopian neighbourhoods, wished him well and left him to fend for himself.

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S3xy NATASHA was discussing love on NTV and this is how she dressed, Eish (PHOTOs)
Sunday, 14 February 2016 - Although she has not found a man to warm up her bed despite being crowned the hottest female preacher in Kenya, s3xy city pastor, Lucy Natasha, was invited on NTV’s Crossover show hosted by DJ MO and Faith Muturi to give her two cents on love.

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ST photojournalists tell stories behind pics
Photographers might find it increasingly "uncool" to take pictures in land-scarce, squeaky clean Singapore, choosing to take off for more exotic climes instead. "But it doesn't necessarily mean that the farther you go, the better your stories are. Sometimes, things can happen right under your nose,"....

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Why evangelicals are splintering and what it means for the GOP
As older, predominantly white churchgoers age and a younger generation thinks differently about faith, evangelicals are fracturing as a voting bloc and the power of pastors to all but endorse candidates from the pulpit is fading. Many churchgoers are frustrated with what they see as a long list of....

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Former priest arrested in cold case known for compassion
For nearly 20 years, John Feit was known around the St. Vincent de Paul nonprofit agency as one its most compassionate employees. The former priest worked in downtown Phoenix with food-pantry volunteers and even raised money to buy a house for a needy family.

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Police, Army Officers Cited in Robberies
Police and the Chieftaincy of Military Intelligence (CMI) are investigating whether some top police officials and soldiers were engaged in the recent spate of robberies and murders in and around Kampala. Most of the officers under investigation, The Observer has learnt, were implicated by....

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Here and Now
January 10, 2016 Coming up, shining a spotlight on some unsung veterans, a documentary about African American women who served the country during World War II. Also, the inspirational story behind one of the top natural hair care companies in the country, Miss Jessie's. Plus, the impact of stress in our lives and what we can do to control it.

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Syrians not the only ones facing adversity at home, say non-Syrian refugees
TORONTO — Solomon didn’t face a welcoming committee with cameras clicking when he landed in Toronto as a refugee. Instead, he got a send-off. The smuggler who had brought him into the country gave him a lift into one of the city’s predominantly Ethiopian neighbourhoods, wished him well and left him to fend for himself.

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Politicians should step up for workers
Updated 18 hours ago It was wonderful to see U.S. Rep. Mike Doyle and state Rep. Frank Dermody seeking stop-gap assistance for the locked-out Allegheny Technologies Inc. workers. But where are the other politicians? One would have thought that President Obama, whom the United Steelworkers....

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Boulder slaying victim rode hard road through final years
"He was good people," McCarty added. And before abruptly terminating the interview, he said more than once introducing the topic himself "He wasn't a drug dealer." Sad, but 'entirely predictable' McCarty's preemptive defense of Duncan's character was a bit at odds with some of what others who knew....

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Former priest arrested in cold case known for compassion
Phoenix • For nearly 20 years, John Feit was known around the St. Vincent de Paul nonprofit agency as one its most compassionate employees. The former priest worked in downtown Phoenix with food-pantry volunteers and even raised money to buy a house for a needy family.

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Former priest arrested in cold case known for compassion
PHOENIX (AP) — For nearly 20 years, John Feit was known around the St. Vincent de Paul nonprofit agency as one its most compassionate employees. The former priest worked in downtown Phoenix with food-pantry volunteers and even raised money to buy a house for a needy family.

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Funeral of Dublin gangster shot dead in boxing bloodbath 'could explode into mob war' as boss flees country
Mobsters are fleeing Ireland as fears mount that the funeral of David Byrne - who was killed in a boxing weigh-in bloodbath - could explode into gangland warfare. Cartel boss Daniel Kinahan flew has already flown away from Ireland on Friday amid fears that he could be next on the hit list.

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CCTV footage 'shows four-man hit squad fleeing from Eddie Hutch revenge killing'
Getaway car? Police believe this is the vehicle used by a four-man hit squad. Mannix Flynn, a city councillor for Dublin City Council, even revealed that local government bosses have prepared "safe houses" in the city for the wives and children of mobsters.

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Former priest arrested in cold case known for compassion
PHOENIX (AP) — For nearly 20 years, John Feit was known around the St. Vincent de Paul nonprofit agency as one its most compassionate employees. The former priest worked in downtown Phoenix with food-pantry volunteers and even raised money to buy a house for a needy family.

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PDP, Ohanaeze forced Bishop Onaga to transfer Mbaka – Parishioners
“Some of us who are not from Enugu Diocese didn’t believe it that Fr Mbaka was transferred in this manner. The transfer is not our problem but the manner it was done. It struck us like thunder and we have been inundated with calls from our people residing outside the country, UK, Spain, USA etc.

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Non-Syrian refugees’ plight shunned from spotlight
People fleeing the raging war in Syria went through an accelerated screening process before boarding flights that would take them to a country that has pulled out all the stops for their arrival. The medical care, transportation costs and warm national welcome are all readily available thanks to a....

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Ex-priest accused of 1960s murder had compassionate reputation
PHOENIX - For nearly 20 years, John Feit was known around the St. Vincent de Paul nonprofit agency as one its most compassionate employees. The former priest worked in downtown Phoenix with food-pantry volunteers and even raised money to buy a house for a needy family.

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Politicians should step up for workers
Updated 15 hours ago It was wonderful to see U.S. Rep. Mike Doyle and state Rep. Frank Dermody seeking stop-gap assistance for the locked-out Allegheny Technologies Inc. workers. But where are the other politicians? One would have thought that President Obama, whom the United Steelworkers....

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Blessed are the poor in spirit: for theirs is the kingdom of heaven. Blessed are they that mourn: for they shall be comforted. Blessed are the meek: for they shall inherit the earth. Blessed are they which do hunger and thirst after righteousness: for they shall be filled. Blessed are the merciful: for they shall obtain mercy. Blessed are the pure in heart: for they shall see God. Ps. 24.4, 5 Blessed are the peacemakers: for they shall be called the children of God. Blessed are they which are persecuted for righteousness' sake: for theirs is the kingdom of heaven. Blessed are ye, when men shall revile you, and persecute you, and shall say all manner of evil against you falsely, for my sake. Rejoice, and be exceeding glad: for great is your reward in heaven: for so persecuted they the prophets which were before you. Matthew, 5. 3

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