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Smartphones: The New Necessity

[caption id="attachment_12659" align="alignleft" width="288"] Cheryl Pearson-McNeil[/caption] Smartphones:  The New Necessity By Cheryl McNeil-Pearson Does anyone remember what life was like before cell phones? Almost makes you wonder how in the world we were able to drive to unfamiliar places without our trusty GPS app, play those addictive games, take so many glamorous “selfies” to upload on your favorite ...

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Is Rick Scott worth less since he became Governor?

Governor Scott is a billionaire and billionaires get in to politics to make more money ...

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L.A. man gets $58 million after being severely beaten by security guard who crushed his skull

[caption id="attachment_15467" align="alignleft" width="324"] Antonio Lopez Chaj[/caption] L.A. man gets $58 million after being severely beaten by security guard who crushed his skull By Victor Trammell      A jury in California has awarded tens of millions of dollars to a Los Angeles man who was savagely beaten by a security guard outside a bar. Antonio Lopez Chaj, 43, worked as a house painter in April o ...

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Black woman Texas’ 500th execution

McCarthy became the 500th death row inmate executed in Texas since the state reintroduced the death penalty in 1982. ...

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Paula Deen’s problems create a mess for suppliers and they may all come after her as well

[caption id="attachment_15514" align="alignleft" width="324"] Paula Deen[/caption] Paula Deen’s problems create a mess for suppliers and they may all come after her as well By Malcolm Morrow Paula Deen’s media woes are going to affect a lot of pockets in coming weeks, but the people that will be hardest hit will be the producers and suppliers of the goods that her brand is associated with. Several major ret ...

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Boston man allegedly filed fake $22 million Boston marathon victim claim

A 22-year-old man from Boston, Massachusetts faces serious charges after allegedly filing a fraudulent claim seeking compensation from a fund designated for victims of the April 15th Boston Marathon bombing. ...

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Majority white city to close road leading to majority Black city due to crime

[caption id="attachment_15445" align="alignleft" width="324"] Majority white city[/caption] Majority white city to close road leading to majority Black city due to crime By Black Blue Dog      CLINTON, MISS.-- Mississippi News Now is reporting that Clinton, MS is cutting off access to Jackson, MS by closing down a main road that connects the two towns. The reason why is due to the influx of criminal activit ...

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Senior Pastor Dr. Willett Mitchell celebrates 40 years

Senior Pastor and God’s anointed vessel, Dr. Willett L. Mitchell, who has been teaching kingdom principles for 40 years. ...

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How can you avoid being double-minded?

“A way to stop being a double-minded person is to quit thinking about gifts from God. ...

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America’s Crisis: 38 million have no retirement assets

According to the National Institute on Retirement Security (NIRS), 38 million Americans – 45 percent of working-age households – have no retirement account assets. ...

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