City of Houston demands pastors turn over sermons City of Houston demands pastors turn over sermons

foxnews.com - The city of Houston has issued subpoenas demanding a group of pastors turn over any sermons dealing with homosexuality, gender identity or Annise Parker, the city’s first openly lesbian mayor. And those ...

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This Startup Wants to Change How Car Insurance Works This Startup Wants to Change How Car Insurance Works

entrepreneur.com - Are You a Benefit to Your Network? Coke Is Luring Experienced Entrepreneurs to Create New Startups 5 Lessons Entrepreneurs Can Learn From Running Meet the Entrepreneurs at the Forefront of the Space ...

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NBC's Dr. Nancy Snyderman apologizes for breaking Ebola isolation agreement when in Princeton NBC's Dr. Nancy Snyderman apologizes for breaking Ebola isolation agreement ...

nj.com - snyderman.png Dr. Nancy Snyderman, NBC's chief medical editor and correspondent, apologized for violating the voluntary isolation agreement she made after she was exposed to Ebola. (Courtesy of Peter Kramer | NBC)

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BREAKING: UK Parliament Will Vote To Recognize The State Of Palestine BREAKING: UK Parliament Will Vote To Recognize The State Of ...

scriptonitedaily.com - Activists project Palestinian flag onto Westminster In an apparent sign of division between back and front bench MPs in the House of Commons, backbenchers have secured a vote for the House to ...

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Samantha Stosur wins Japan Open for third time Samantha Stosur wins Japan Open for third time

smh.com.au - The top-seeded Australian clinched the Japan title for a third time when she overcame stern resistance to beat Kazakhstan's Zarina Diyas 7-6 (9-7), 6-3 in Sunday's final.

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Witnesses reportedly saw jaguar bite 3-year-old's neck Witnesses reportedly saw jaguar bite 3-year-old's neck

thv11.com - As of now, a 3-year-old child is being treated for extensive scalp lacerations, a depressed skull fracture, and minor puncture wounds. Lt. Sidney Allen with the Little Rock Police Department told THV11 ...

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Showtime’s ‘The Affair’ Is Sexy, Daring, and the Best New Drama of the Season Showtime’s ‘The Affair’ Is Sexy, Daring, and the Best New ...

flavorwire.com - Infidelity is mundane. It’s an easy path to instant drama. Yet what Showtime’s new series The Affair is doing with a sexy hook — pretty people cheating! — is something to marvel over. ...

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Google Express shopping service grows: new cities, partners and Prime-style subscriptions Google Express shopping service grows: new cities, partners and Prime-style ...

engadget.com - Google started experimenting with same-day deliveries early last year, but now it's getting serious. Google Express (shortened from Google Shopping Express) is expanding its service areas from just the Bay Area, parts ...

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Here Is Some of What Archaeologists Have Found Inside the ‘Extremely Important,’ Yet Still Unknown, ... Here Is Some of What Archaeologists Have Found Inside ...

theblaze.com - ATHENS, Greece (TheBlaze/AP) — Archaeologists have plowed forward on the dig of an Alexander the Great-era tomb, the person for whom it was built still not yet identified. When it was first announced in ...

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'Bill Clinton tried to dismantle Israeli natural gas revenue committee' 'Bill Clinton tried to dismantle Israeli natural gas revenue committee'

972mag.com - Former Israeli finance minister reveals how the former American president tried to influence Knesset legislation and committee hearings on behalf of U.S. energy corporations.

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Chaz Mostert wins Bathurst 1000, pipping Jamie Whincup in final lap Chaz Mostert wins Bathurst 1000, pipping Jamie Whincup in final ...

abc.net.au - There was more drama in store as New Zealand's Shane van Gisbergen, who led for the majority of the race, was tragically denied a first Bathurst title when his car failed to ...

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Marines arrive in Liberia Marines arrive in Liberia

blogs.militarytimes.com - MONROVIA, LIBERIA – OCTOBER 09: A health worker takes the temperature of U.S. Marines arriving to take part in Operation United Assistance on October 9, 2014 near Monrovia, Liberia. Some 90 Marines ...

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