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Pregnant Kate back at work after morning sickness
Britain's Prince William, left, and his wife, Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, wait to greet the President of Singapore, Tony Tan Keng Yam, and his wife Mary, at an hotel in London, on the first day of his...
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This is what happens in a society where people ca...
This is what happens in a society where people can’t touch each other MONROVIA, LIBERIA—It was on a Monday morning some weeks ago in Monrovia, when hundreds of young Liberians flocked to the...
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Protestant Episcopal Church
Rev Richard Coles on sex, celibacy and, more impo...
As a long-term religion correspondent, readers have from time-to-time queried why it is that, presented with a story about faith, all I seem to write about is gay sex. So I hope that some might be...
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Love not attending Salt Lake City Rotary Club deb...
SALT LAKE CITY — The Rotary Club of Salt Lake City planned to host a debate Tuesday between Republican Mia Love and Democrat Doug Owens, but Owens will be the only 4th District congressional candidate...
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Sesquicentennial items available for pick up Sund...
Checks should be made payable to St. Patrick Church. To avoid the additional cost of having the items shipped, people are encouraged to make arrangements to have a family member or friend secure the...
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Altar and Rosary Society
Loosening tobacco’s deadly grip
A few months after steeply increasing taxes on tobacco products, the government has come up with another much-needed measure to contain tobacco consumption. Thanks to a recent amendment to the...
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World Health Organization
British royal couple's second child due in April
Kate Middleton watches horse racing at Cheltenham racecourse in England, March 16. Photo: David Davies, Associated Press Prince William and Kate Middleton arrive for the first day of horse racing at...
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I Do, I Do: Couple brought out the best in each o...
Amy Anne Cowie and Sean Buckley didn’t go looking for love, but love found them anyway. Before they ever met, Amy and Sean were uniquely connected through their best friend, Philip Robbins. Philip...
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Grace United Methodist Church
TV Blog Buzz: Explaining the popularity of 'Walki...
Chad Coleman (left) as Tyreese and Sonequa Martin-Green as Sasha in AMC's "The Walking Dead." Five seasons in, "The Walking Dead" marches on triumphantly more popular than ever. THE CANADIAN...
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Susan Smith: 20 years later, drowning of 2 childr...
Investigators were so determined 20 years ago to get a confession from South Carolinas Susan Smith that they were willing to use anything, including deception, to get her to admit to drowning her two...
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Fictions, truths and horny comics
Fictions, truths and horny comics Published: 19 October 2014 Sexual fictions and the truth of fantasy There is this comic strip in which three men are asked what they enjoy doing in their free...
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Tories tweeting and travelling back in time
Before we take stock of this month’s incriminating campaign visits, let’s revisit the Landowners’ recent history: They are Ontario’s version of American survivalists — anti-government,...
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Kernels of Wisdom marks silver anniversary
It's sure hard to believe, and I for one would never have thought it, but 25 years ago today on Oct. 18, 1989, 'Kernels of Wisdom' had its debut. The Tiananmen Square massacre in China had just...
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Georgia races to make it to the wedding
Soon afterwards, a phone call from Georgia cuts out mid-explanation and the clock continues to run down - there's a real possibility she won't make it in time. With seconds to spare, Georgia finally...
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JAN MOIR: It wasn't your fault, Bob
It wasn't your fault, Bob... Peaches was responsible for two young children, yet she chose to carry on taking the drugs that killed her Bob Geldof said he felt he was to blame for his daughter's...
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The Protocols of the Elders of Liberalism
But that’s what they’re doing. That’s what Americans see them doing. Who’ll speak for these Americans? The task shouldn’t be a partisan one, but in fact it today falls primarily to one party....
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Newton still special place for Frisbies
By BRUCE A. SCRUTON firstname.lastname@example.org NEWTON — When Art Frisbie was a young man, he used to ride his bicycle from Stroudsburg, Pa., across the covered bridge that once spanned the Delaware River...
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St. Joseph's Church
Ten 'Friends' moments to revisit on Netflix
Starting in 2015, they’ll be there for you any time of day or night. Netflix and Warner Bros. Worldwide Television Distribution announced Wednesday that all ten seasons of NBC’s classic ensemble...
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Dichotomy of a Protest: Two Tones of Demonstrator...
Dichotomy of a Protest: Two Tones of Demonstrators Unite in Ferguson Friday Night Somber protesters deliver a mirror covered casket, that symbolized Michael Brown, to the Ferguson Police Department...
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Two Crises Cry Out for a 'Manhattan Project': Cli...
To meet the challenges of climate change and infectious diseases, we might find the best answer by revisiting a stunningly successful model: the Manhattan Project. In 1939 the United States initiated...
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