Ex-Obama pastor says ‘Jesus was a Palestinian’ at DC march – VIDEO: Rev. Jeremiah Wright’s fiery rhetoric

(link to post) The controversial pastor who preached at a church attended by President Obama said on Saturday that “Jesus was a Palestinian,” alluded to Israel as an apartheid state and compared “the youth in Ferguson and the youth in Palestine” during a speech in Washington, D.C. Jeremiah Wright, who led Trinity United Church of…

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Pennsylvania mom fights homeowners’ association over flag tribute to Army son – VIDEO: Mom fights to keep tribute to son on display – Oregon school suspends eighth-grader over battlefield cross T-shirt

(link to post) A Pennsylvania woman says her homeowners’ association is trying to stop her from flying a Blue Star flag in honor of her son’s military service. Donna Morey told Fox 29 that she has been flying the special flag for nearly a year, but last week got a call telling her that she…

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Southwest Airlines tells passengers to arrive early for Monday flights after tech glitch causes delays

(link to post) Oct. 11, 2015: Departing Southwest Airlines passengers wait in line at McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas. (Steve Marcus/Las Vegas Sun via AP) Oct. 11, 2015: A Southwest Airlines gate agent at Denver International Airport checks passengers’ names off the manifest as they board a flight after a computer outage. (Dan Gallo)…

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Sanders, O’Malley jab Clinton ahead of first Democratic debate – VIDEO: Frontrunner Clinton prepares to debate surging Sanders – Panama condo owners tell Trump ‘You’re fired!’ over mismanagement allegations – COMPLETE CAMPAIGN 2016 COVERAGE

(link to post) Democratic presidential candidates on Sunday staked out their positions against front-runner Hillary Clinton ahead of the party’s first primary debate, challenging her stances of such issues as trade, domestic oil and gay marriage. Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, ahead of the debate Tuesday, made the case that he has been steady in his…

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‘Lucky one’ in Oregon shootings provides details of massacre

(link to post) From left, Summer Smith, Mathew Downing, Lacey Scroggins and Lisa Scroggins attend a Roseburg, Ore., church service, Sunday, Oct. 4, 2015. Downing and Lacey Scroggins are survivors of the shooting at Umpqua Community College.(AP) SEATTLE –  The 18-year-old college student singled out by the shooter as the “lucky one” to survive and…

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US to give ‘condolence’ money to victims of hospital bombing – VIDEO: Pentagon to make ‘condolence payments’

(link to post) The Pentagon said on Saturday it would issue “condolence payments” to families of victims in the U.S. airstrike that destroyed a hospital and killed at least 22 people in the northern Afghan city of Kunduz last week. The compensation will be handled through the already existing Commanders’ Emergency Response Program in Afghanistan,…

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Palestinian man killed after attacking Israeli officer in latest outbreak of violence

(link to post) Oct. 11, 2015: Israeli border policemen takes positions during clashes with Palestinians at the Hawara checkpoint near of the West Bank city of Nablus. (AP Photo/Nasser Shiyoukhi) JERUSALEM –  A wave of violence between Israelis and Palestinians showed no sign of abating Monday, as Israeli police reported a Palestinian man was shot…

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NATO says 5 dead in Afghanistan helicopter crash – Afghanistan bomb blast targets foreign troop convoy, official says

(link to post)KABUL, Afghanistan –  A military helicopter crashed in a non-hostile incident Sunday at the NATO base in the Afghan capital, Kabul, killing five coalition members and injuring five others, authorities said. The statement from the Resolute Support Mission did not give the nationalities of those killed and injured, all of them NATO personnel.…

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USC football coach Sarkisian taking leave of absence after being ‘in no condition to work’

(link to post) LOS ANGELES — Southern California coach Steve Sarkisian is taking an indefinite leave of absence after athletic director Pat Haden determined that the troubled coach is “not healthy.” Haden announced the decision in a hastily called news conference Sunday after Sarkisian didn’t show up for practice. “I think it’s the right thing…

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GOWDY HITS BACK Benghazi panel head slams ex-staffer’s claims

(link to post) The leader of the Republican-led special Benghazi committee tried Sunday to discredit a former staffer’s claim that he was fired for not joining in a partisan-driven effort to tarnish Hillary Clinton, saying he never even spoke to the ex-staffer. South Carolina GOP Rep. Trey Gowdy, chairman of the House Select Committee on…

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