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May 12, 2014

Benjamin Crump, Attorney for Trayvon Martin’s Family, Takes on Case of Robbie Tolan Who Was Shot by Police in Driveway of his Parents’ Home

Benjamin Crump, the high-profile civil rights attorney who represented Trayvon Martin's family against George Zimmerman last year, announced Sunday that he has been hired by a former minor league baseball player who was shot by a Bellaire police sergeant in... Continue Reading →

National Small Business Week: The Week’s Top Smallbiz Stories

A review of the biggest small business and startup stories from the past week, with a special focus on Washington. A toast to small businesses: It’s National Small Business Week, and there are plenty of events on tap in the nation’s... Continue Reading →

Sean Astin on his Journey to Christianity, Acting in ‘Christian’ Films, and Answering to a Higher Power

Known for his leading roles in "Lord of the Rings," the "Goonies" and "Rudy," actor Sean Astin's approach to choosing his next movie role is similar to his take on religion; he doesn't want to be confined to one group.... Continue Reading →

Sean Astin on his Journey to Christianity, Acting in ‘Christian’ Films, and Answering to a Higher Power

Known for his leading roles in "Lord of the Rings," the "Goonies" and "Rudy," actor Sean Astin's approach to choosing his next movie role is similar to his take on religion; he doesn't want to be confined to one group.... Continue Reading →

Derek Titus: From Crack Addict to Christian to Counselor for Others

AUBURN | Derek Titus has a few choice words for himself. At 10, he was "a black male Cinderella." At 20, "a drunken dope fiend for a husband." At 30, "a damn monster." But it's how the 45-year-old Auburn man... Continue Reading →

Hood Theological Seminary to Feature Paintings of Christian Artist Johnnie Lee Gray

Hood Theological Seminary, in cooperation with the Southern Arts Project and the Rev. Shirley Sims Gray, widow of nationally renowned artist Johnnie Lee Gray and student at Hood Theological Seminary, will host an exhibition of 21 pieces of the original... Continue Reading →

Now You Can Mute that Annoying Person on Twitter

Have you ever seen an annoying tweet in your feed and wished there was a way to shut that person up without having to take the drastic measure of completely unfollowing them? Now there's a way! Twitter on Monday announced it is... Continue Reading →

President of Uruguay Informs ‘Old Smokesman’ Obama of his Country’s Efforts to Implement Anti-Smoking Laws

Uruguayan President Jose Mujica warned U.S. President Barack Obama Monday of what he said is the mass murder of millions of people across the world from smoking. In a White House meeting, the 78-year-old Mujica told President Obama, a reformed... Continue Reading →

WATCH: Huge Explosion, Fire Rip Through Home in New Hampshire; Police Officer Reportedly Involved in Shooting

Firefighters from multiple departments are responding to a “fully involved” structure on Mill Pond Road in Brentwood, N.H., according to a fire chief from a neighboring town. State police told numerous media outlets that a shooting had occurred and that... Continue Reading →

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