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Mike Huckabee's rhetoric of religious victimization 
Los Angeles Times - 10 Hours ago
Just prior to announcing his candidacy for the Republican presidential nomination, Mike Huckabee addressed the Iowa Faith and Freedom Coalition in Waukee. “We are criminalizing Christianity in this country,”     Add Comment

Church theft protection plan extended 
BBC - 12 Hours ago
A scheme to protect rural churches from thieves has been extended after a spate of thefts in Derbyshire. Police said 14 crimes were recorded in recent weeks, including the theft of tens of thousands     Add Comment

Pope, celebs celebrate couple's 70th anniversary 
CNN - 12 Hours ago
Story highlights California couple Mary and Richard Arambula mark seven decades together in December Their granddaughter reached out to celebrities, who sent them congratulatory notes They got autographed     Add Comment

Anti-Islam protesters gather outside mosque in Arizona 
Reuters - 13 Hours ago
Crowds gather for an anti-Islam demonstration outside Phoenix mosque. Rough Cut (no reporter narration). ? ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION). Protesters on Friday started gathering in Arizona outside     Add Comment
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>>   Black interest
Sharpton Tells Cleveland to Stay Peaceful, Keep Fighting 
NewsMax.com - 11 Hours ago
The Rev. Al Sharpton told a packed Cleveland church that they must stay peaceful as they continue their fight for justice in the wake of police shootings. Sharpton's appearance Friday night at the     Add Comment

Students to observe June 2 as 'black day' 
Times of India - 23 Hours ago
HYDERABAD: Unlike the grand celebrations to be organized by the government on the state formation day on June 2, student groups are planning to observe it as 'black day'. This is in protest against the     Add Comment

Fit Nation Swimming past African-American issues with fear and competency in water 
Big News Network - 11 Hours ago
CNN Friday 29th May, 2015 Six CNN viewers have been selected to be part of the 2015 Fit Nation triathlon team. They'll race alongside Dr. Sanjay Gupta in the Nautica Malibu Triathlon in September.     Add Comment

Congressional Black Caucus starts new drive to diversify the tech sector 
Big News Network - 11 Hours ago
News & Observer Saturday 30th May, 2015 The Congressional Black Caucus this month kicked off a new effort to boost the number of African-Americans working in the tech industry."America has yet to     Add Comment
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>>   Chicago
Man stabbed to death, 2 others hurt in separate attacks 
Chicago Tribune - 11 Hours ago
A man was killed and two other people were hurt in two separate stabbing incidents early Saturday morning in the Pilsen and Bronzeville neighborhoods, police said. Around 12:40 a.m., a 43-year-old     Add Comment

2 dead, 13 hurt in city shootings 
Chicago Tribune - 11 Hours ago
Two men were killed and at least 13 people have been wounded in separate shootings since Friday afternoon, police said.  Most recently, a man in his 20s was shot to death around 2 a.m. in the Lakeview     Add Comment

Students name 4 baby peregrine falcons nesting in Waukegan 
Chicago Tribune - 19 Hours ago
With wide smiles on their faces, fourth-graders Brigitte Huerta and Nayla Lopez helped prepare identification markers for four baby peregrine falcons. Two adult falcons nest at NRG Energy's Waukegan     Add Comment

Man killed in rollover crash in Lake County 
Chicago Tribune - 20 Hours ago
A man died during a car crash in far northwest suburban Lakemoor early Friday morning, authorities said. The accident happened around 12:10 a.m. in the middle of the road just west of the Volo Auto     Add Comment
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>>   US education
Women in Ranger School not passed to next phase of grueling course 
USA Today - 16 Hours ago
All eight women participating in the first class of Ranger School open to women did not complete the requirements to go on the next phase of the class, the Army reported Friday. That means that five     Add Comment

Most Colleges Weigh Student Discipline Records in Admissions - Education Week 
Education Week - 13 Hours ago
By Jamaal Abdul-Alim In a little-known practice that could harm students’ chances of getting into the college of their choice, the vast majority of colleges and universities use disciplinary
Most Colleges Weigh Student Discipline Records in Admissions Education Week
Most Colleges Weigh Student Discipline Records Education Week
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Charter Sector Challenged by Quality of School Boards - Education Week 
Education Week - 14 Hours ago
Jason Kling, center, a counselor and social worker at Chavez Prep Middle School in the District of Columbia, talks with prospective charter school board members about his role during a recent tour of
Charter Sector Challenged by Quality of School Boards Education Week
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Worldwide and U.S. IT Education Services Delivery Forecast, 2015-2019 
IDC - 17 Hours ago
Document at a Glance Abstract This IDC study presents the worldwide and U.S. IT education and training services forecast for 2015 through 2019. The forecast includes an analysis of the regional     Add Comment
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>>   Offbeat News
Atlanta NFL team waives player after alleged dog killing 
Focus Bulgaria - 15 Hours ago
urce: Focus Information Agency Atlanta. The Atlanta Falcons released Prince Shembo on Friday after the football player was charged with aggravated animal cruelty in the killing of his girlfriend's dog,
Atlanta NFL team waives player after alleged dog killing (Reuters) Yahoo!Xtra
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Atlanta NFL team waives player after alleged dog killing (Reuters) 
West Australian - 22 Hours ago
Atlanta NFL team waives player after alleged dog killing - The West Australian ATLANTA (Reuters) - The Atlanta Falcons released Prince Shembo on Friday after the football player was charged with aggravated     Add Comment

Atlanta NFL player charged in killing of girlfriend’s dog: police 
Reuters UK - 23 Hours ago
ATLANTA An Atlanta Falcons football player faces charges of aggravated animal cruelty after being accused of killing his girlfriend's dog, police said on Friday. Prince Shembo, 23, an outside linebacker
Atlanta NFL team waives player after alleged dog killing Reuters Africa
Atlanta NFL player charged in killing of girlfriend’s dog: police (Reuters) West Australian
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IDG Contributor Network: Do you need a smartwatch? The wrong answer is no! 
ITworld.com - 23 Hours ago
Like many, if not most, Linux users, I love technology. That's one of the many reasons we use Linux and not one of those other operating systems. This love of technology also tends to make us early adopters.     Add Comment
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>>   Charities
/R E P E A T -- UNICEF Canada, along with Canada Soccer & 7,238 fans at Tim Hortons  
Bloomberg - 12 Hours ago
UN children's agency kicked off #HighFiveIt Campaign to celebrate women's soccer and save children's lives""first $1 in Canadian donations to be matched by the Government of Canada HAMILTON, ON, May     Add Comment

Final battle: Chattanooga duels Port Angeles for Outside magazine's Best Town Ever  
Bloomberg - 15 Hours ago
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Celanese Announces Acetyls Price Increases in China Bloomberg
Fitch Places Two OHL Sponsored Toll Road Debt Transactions on Negative Watch Bloomberg
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Across The Finish Line, Hublot Scores A Touchdown For Charity! 
Reuters - 18 Hours ago
PR Newswire BOSTON, May 30, 2015 BOSTON On May 29, Hublot kicked off the Best Buddies Challenge: Hyannis Port two-day event with a football game at Harvard Field, where New England Patriots Quarterback,     Add Comment

China urges state-owned enterprises to participate in charity 
People.com.cn - 19 Hours ago
BEIJING, May 29 -- The Chinese government is encouraging state-owned enterprises administered by central government organs to participate in charity work, urging them to consider the poor and the disabled
China urges state-owned firms to participate in charity China.org.cn
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>>   Law
Cuomo Attorney General Schneiderman ‘Late in the Day’ With Ethics Proposal 
Big News Network - 13 Hours ago
New York Observer Friday 29th May, 2015 Andrew Cuomo and Eric Schneiderman (Photo: Mark Lennihan-Pool/) Gov. Andrew Cuomo told the Observer today that Attorney General Eric Schneiderman is ';late     Add Comment

Loretta Lynch America’s first black female Attorney General - profile 
Big News Network - 13 Hours ago
The Independent Saturday 30th May, 2015 Known for his commentary on international relations and US politics, Rupert Cornwell also contributes obituaries and occasionally even a column for the sports     Add Comment

2015 U.S. Advertising agency services sold through Public relations agencies-Product  
MarketResearch.com - 15 Hours ago
Barnes Reports Users' Guide Industry Definition and Related Industries Industry Establishments Sales and Employment Trends Financial Ratios Establishments Firms and Payroll 5-Year Trend - Estimated
2015 U.S. Other marketing research services sold through Marketing research & public  MarketResearch.com
2015 U.S. Print services for direct mail advertising materials sold through Direct  MarketResearch.com
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President Obama Meeting with Attorney General Loretta Lynch 
C-SPAN - 18 Hours ago
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>>   US social policy
Wolf therapy: The latest in mental health care (OZY) 
USA Today - 10 Hours ago
Big and bad — that’s the wolf, according to a tale told to children in too many countries and languages to count. You’ll find him and his terrors in silver-screen hits like Liam Neeson’s The Grey and     Add Comment

FCC-Subsidized Broadband Internet Is ‘ObamaNet’ Welfare For The Poor? 
Inquisitr - 18 Hours ago
A plan for FCC-subsidized broadband internet could potentially provide low income Americans access to high speed internet for a measly $9.25 a month, but some critics claim this new “ObamaNet” welfare
FCC Subsidized Broadband Internet Is ‘ObamaNet’ Welfare For The Poor? Inquisitr
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Can you hide from social media tracking? 
CBS News - 5/29/2015
Social media apps are tracking your location all the time. CNET's Jeff Bakalar joins CBSN with more on whether you can hide from it.    Add Comment

Jobless claims up, but still point to labor market strength 
Reuters - 5/29/2015
WASHINGTON Initial claims for state unemployment benefits rose 7,000 to a seasonally adjusted 282,000 for the week ended May 23, the Labor Department said on Thursday. Claims for the prior week were
U.S. Jobless Claims Up, but Still Point to Labor Market Strength National Truck Equipment Association
Jobless claims up, but point to labor market strength MSN News US
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>>   Real Estate industry
A cabbie's-eye view of Vegas, on Twitter 
Los Angeles Times - 10 Hours ago
The night cabbie knows this: No reader really cares about him. The stars all sit in the back seat, with their wild stories, brazen stupidity and every so often, sage lessons. Andrew Gnatovich tweets     Add Comment

San Fernando leaders confront state officials over bullet train route 
Los Angeles Times - 10 Hours ago
Finding a route into the Los Angeles Basin for the California bullet train is proving far more difficult than it seemed a year ago, as opposition is surging in wealthy and working-class communities alike.     Add Comment

Fox appoints itself a GOP primary gatekeeper 
Los Angeles Times - 10 Hours ago
It's finally official: Roger Ailes, the president of Fox News, will decide which candidates can compete in Republican presidential primaries next year. Think I'm exaggerating? The rules Fox recently     Add Comment

Avian influenza epidemic spurs nationwide rise in egg prices 
Los Angeles Times - 10 Hours ago
Consumers nationwide are beginning to see price increases because of the growing avian influenza epidemic, which has caused millions of chickens, turkeys and other birds to die or be euthanized. The     Add Comment
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