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Gay couple gets religious pamphlets instead of wedding programs

A gay couple is suing a printing company for sending them pamphlets about weakness of the flesh and “temptation” instead of the colorful customized wedding programs they ordered. On the eve of their wedding day, Stephen Heasley and Andrew Borg, ...

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Mississippi woman convicted for fatal butt injection dies in jail

JACKSON, Miss. — A Mississippi inmate convicted in 2014 of the death of a Georgia woman through illicit silicone buttocks injections has died. The Mississippi Department of Corrections said in a statement Monday that an autopsy will be conducted on ...

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Pope Francis fears the world is on the brink of nuclear war

Pope Francis shared his fears that the world was on the brink of a nuclear war two days after Hawaiians were mistakenly sent alerts of an impending missile strike. Francis, speaking to reporters before his visit to Chile and Peru, ...

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House panel to question Hope Hicks over Russia probe: report

President Trump’s communications director Hope Hicks is set to meet with a House committee as early as this week to discuss Russian election meddling, CNN reported Monday. One of Trump’s closest aides, Hicks, 29, will face questions on what she ...

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Teen flees 'foul-smelling' home where parents held her siblings

An emaciated 17-year-old California girl escaped her parents’ clutches and alerted investigators to a house of horrors where several of her underweight siblings were found shackled to their beds in “foul-smelling surroundings,” authorities said Monday. The girl’s parents, identified as ...

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Family sleeps on floor after ceiling collapses in NYCHA home

A family forced from their NYCHA apartment in Brooklyn due to a collapsed ceiling slept on the floor of a temporary, unfurnished apartment with no lights and a leaky toilet Monday. Water gushed from the base of the toilet with ...

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Convicted Auschwitz guard bids for clemency to avoid prison

BERLIN — A former Auschwitz death camp guard has launched a bid for clemency in a final bid to avoid serving his sentence as an accessory to murder, German authorities said Monday. Attorneys for Oskar Groening, 96, filed the appeal ...

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Hawaii agency that sent false alarm now getting death threats

The agency that mistakenly sent a ballistic missile alert to thousands of cellphones in Hawaii is now receiving death threats from angry residents. Hawaii Emergency Management Agency (HIEMA) has gotten the threatening calls through a public line since it sent ...

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Ivana Trump doesn’t think President is racist

President Trump’s first ex-wife doesn’t think he’s a racist, although he’s prone to putting his foot in his mouth. “I don’t think Donald is racist at all,” Ivana Trump said Monday on ITV’s “Good Morning Britain.” “Sometimes he says the ...

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The life of Martin Luther King, Jr.

[unable to retrieve full-text content]In honor of his birthday and Martin Luther King Jr. Day, take a look back at the civil rights activist’s incredible life and legacy in photos. News Rss

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