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'THIS is Church': Pastor John Gray Invites Single Moms, Widows and Vets to Take What They Need From Church Offering

Pastor John Gray of Relentless Church in Greenville, South Carolina, recently took up a special love offering for members of his church who are in need this holiday season. A video about the collection has been posted on his Facebook page. “The role of the church is also to meet …

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A Quiet War Rages Over Who Can Make Money Online

Over the past year, two popular forums for men who identify as involuntary celibates, or incels, have been banned by Reddit and a domain registrar in response to members’ history of toxic misogyny and celebrating violence against women. Now some of these men are trying to turn the tables. Members …

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If you can't beat 'em: Apple Music will soon stream on Amazon Alexa devices

After years of feuding, it looks as though Apple and Amazon are ready to make up and play nice. The first sign of a budding friendship? Apple is bringing its widely used Apple Music streaming service to Amazon Echo devices starting on December 17. It’s certainly a strange move for …

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Woman Faces Online Bullying for Keeping Baby Conceived in Rape: 'The Other Side Just Finds It Abhorrent'

In 2014, what was supposed to be a routine business trip for Jennifer Christie, turned into a nightmare. She had been on a two-week assignment out of town, but when the weather turned bad, she decided to stay a little longer until the roads cleared.  “The last day of this assignment, …

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Gadget Lab Podcast: Andrew Mason on Descript and Life, Post-Groupon

After Groupon founder Andrew Mason was fired from the role of company CEO in 2013, he released a motivational rock album for middle managers. It was an unusual move, for sure, but for Mason, it seemed a natural segue after spending most of his early life studying music. That’s why …

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Manchester's House of Fraser store Kendal's saved from closure

Image copyright Google Image caption The House of Fraser building dates from the 1930s but Kendal’s first opened in the 1830s House of Fraser’s landmark Manchester store has been saved from closure, the company has announced. New terms have been agreed with the landlord enabling the former Kendal’s store to …

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Back-to-Back Earthquakes Shatter Roads and Windows in Alaska

ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) – Back-to-back earthquakes measuring 7.0 and 5.7 shattered highways and rocked buildings Friday in Anchorage, sending people running into the streets and briefly triggering a warning to residents in Kodiak to flee to higher ground for fear of a tsunami.  The warning was lifted without incident a short …

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The American Citizen’s Guide to Clean Air

The hottest new apocalypse preparation choice for 2019 is not a bunker or a gun or a lifeboat. And it’s not moving to New Zealand. It’s a small gadget that measures the air pollution around you. As climate change reports become increasingly dire, and as wildfires tear across the American …

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US Biotech Firms Made China's Gene-Edited Babies Possible

In 2015, the 12-person organizing committee of the first International Summit on Human Gene Editing—which included Crispr co-inventors Jennifer Doudna and Emmanuelle Charpentier—issued a statement on how the world should responsibly push forward the science of permanently altering the DNA of Homo sapiens. Combined with other changes that had sprung …

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