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Missouri group cited in shooting suspect's alleged manifesto
The Council of Conservative Citizens named Earl Holt III, of Longview, Texas, as its president earlier this year following the death of predecessor Gordon Baum, who was a personal injury lawyer in suburban St. Louis, where the group is based. Holt has contributed more than $60,000 to Republicans....

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Missouri Group Cited in Shooting Suspect's Alleged Manifesto
. A Missouri group cited in an online manifesto purportedly written by the Charleston church shooting suspect was founded 30 years ago, and a civil rights organization calls it a "crudely white supremacist group" that is the "modern reincarnation" of efforts in the 1950s and 1960s to resist school desegregation in the South.

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Missouri group cited in shooting suspect's alleged manifesto
DALLAS (AP) — A Missouri group cited in an online manifesto purportedly written by the Charleston church shooting suspect was founded 30 years ago, and a civil rights organization calls it a "crudely white supremacist group" that is the "modern reincarnation" of efforts in the 1950s and 1960s to resist school desegregation in the South.

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Coral Ridge Presbyterian’s pastor, Billy Graham’s grandson, resigns after affair
After admitting to an extramarital affair, Billy Graham’s grandson Tullian Tchividjian resigned as senior pastor of Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church over the weekend, leaving the Fort Lauderdale mega-church that streams its Sunday services to thousands without a permanent spiritual leader.

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After killings, Obama toughens tone on US racism
WASHINGTON: For a frustrated President Barack Obama, last week’s slaughter of nine black churchgoers proves once again that the United States has yet to exorcise its racist demons. But, just to underline the point, he showed in remarks released Monday that he is not afraid to use a term that most....

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A body was found hidden beneath a remarkable 17th-century corpse
Peder Winstrup is remarkably well-preserved for a man who died in 1679, and while researchers expected the mummified corpse of the former bishop of Lund would yield fascinating information on the 17th century, they didn't expect a CT scan to reveal another body.

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Coalition backs away from revoking citizenship from terrorism suspects in Australia
The government appears to have backed away from plans to strip Australian nationals of their citizenship if they have been accused of supporting terrorism while onshore. Legislation on stripping dual nationals of their citizenship will be debated in the party room on Tuesday.

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Missouri group cited in shooting suspect's alleged manifesto
Group cited in church shooting suspect's alleged manifesto called 'crudely white supremacist' In this 1990 photo is Earl P. Holt, III in St. Louis. Holt, a Texas man who now heads a white supremacist group cited in an online manifesto purportedly written by the Charleston church murder suspect, has longtime ties to the St.

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Modern church service debuts at Bethany Presbyterian
A new congregation at Bethany Presbyterian Church in Bridgeville now has the opportunity to worship every week in the chapel. The first modern service, months in the making, was scheduled for last Sunday at 6 p.m. “We wanted to create a space for people to express worship that feels right to them,†said the Rev.

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Missouri group cited in shooting suspect's alleged manifesto
By JAMIE STENGLE and ALAN SCHER ZAGIER Associated Press. DALLAS (AP) - A Missouri group cited in an online manifesto purportedly written by the Charleston church shooting suspect was founded 30 years ago, and a civil rights organization calls it a "crudely white supremacist group" that is the....

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Missouri group cited in shooting suspect's alleged manifesto
A Missouri group cited in an online manifesto purportedly written by the Charleston church shooting suspect was founded 30 years ago, and a civil rights organization calls it a "crudely white supremacist group" that is the "modern reincarnation" of efforts in the 1950s and 1960s to resist school desegregation in the South.

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