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May 11, 2014

See, We Told You So – Michael Sam Who Was Almost Drafted Last Embarrasses his Team with Controversial Homosexual Kiss

College football star Michael Sam and the St. Louis Rams made history Saturday night when the team made him the first openly-gay player ever drafted by a National Football League team. The highly decorated defensive end was drafted in the... Continue Reading →

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See, We Told You So – Michael Sam Who Was Almost Drafted Last Embarrasses his Team with Controversial Homosexual Kiss

College football star Michael Sam and the St. Louis Rams made history Saturday night when the team made him the first openly-gay player ever drafted by a National Football League team. The highly decorated defensive end was drafted in the... Continue Reading →

China Signs Deal with East African Leaders to Build New Railroad

Formal agreements for plans to build a new railway line in East Africa with Chinese help have been signed in the Kenyan capital Nairobi. It is to run from Mombasa to Nairobi and will extend eventually via Uganda to Rwanda... Continue Reading →

Fed Official says U.S. Economic Growth May Not be On Steady Path for Months Yet

The United States economy will probably start picking up in the second quarter towards an annual rate of about 3 per cent, but it may not be clear for some time if it is on a sustained path, a top... Continue Reading →

For Many Christian Colleges, Leadership Succession Often Stays in the Family

During the past school year, several leading American universities, including Yale, Princeton, Dartmouth and Carnegie-Mellon, welcomed new presidents. These men were leading scholars, and they were experienced administrators; in some cases, they held degrees from the universities they now lead.... Continue Reading →

Mozilla to Experiment with ‘Sponsored Tiles’ in Firefox Browser

Mozilla is going ahead with plans to add sponsored tiles on its popular browser Firefox’s new-tab page. In a blog post outlining the details, Mozilla’s vice president of Firefox, Johnathan Nightingale says the company will begin experimenting with the concept in the... Continue Reading →

Israel Declares Golan Region a Closed Military Zone as Syrian Fighting Nears Border

Assad's forces have been under siege in border area for months, facing rebels which include radical jihadi groups. The IDF Northern Command declared the Quneitra crossing area a closed military zone on Sunday, following intense exchanges of fire between Assad... Continue Reading →

Washington Monument Set to Reopen After Earthquake Damage

After 32 months, the Washington Monument is finally set to reopen after it suffered widespread damage in an August 2011 earthquake along the East Coast. Since the 5.8 magnitude earthquake, the 130-year-old monument was covered in scaffolding to repair the more than... Continue Reading →

WATCH: Republican Senator Rand Paul Meets with Coalition of African American Pastors

Senator Rand Paul met with the Coalition of African American Pastors in Memphis, Tenn.  Paul is trying to build support for a 2016 presidential run and said he's willing to work to get the African-American vote. “But I want to... Continue Reading →

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