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Live TV shooter may have been a gay escort

Live TV shooter may have been a gay escort

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Live TV shooter: killings are Charleston payback

Live TV shooter: killings are Charleston payback

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Killer's point of view video records reporter's murder

Killer's point of view video records reporter's murder

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Live TV shooter tweets motivation for killings

Live TV shooter tweets motivation for killings

A shooter in Virginia posted a point of view video he took of the murders he is alleged to have committed. He tweeted the material before fleeing police.

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Reporters shot to death on live television: shooter identified

Reporters shot to death on live television: shooter identified

Disturbing content on video that captures murder of a TV reporter and cameraman. UPDATE: shooter is dead.

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Archaeologists discover Jamestown relics that may re-write U.S. history

Archaeologists discover Jamestown relics that may re-write U.S. history

Secret Catholics discovered among Protestant settlers buried at Jamestown, Virginia.

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Justin Bieber needs somebody to love: facing copyright infringement case

Justin Bieber needs somebody to love: facing copyright infringement case

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Pope's environmentalism is 'unjust' and 'disgrace'

Pope's environmentalism is 'unjust' and 'disgrace'

A video contends that the most vulnerable in society, especially the elderly, would be hurt by energy policies that are advocated by Pope Francis's environmental encyclical.

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Controversy erupts over death of mentally-ill Virginia woman in police custody

Controversy erupts over death of mentally-ill Virginia woman in police custody

Natasha McKenna was shocked four times with a police Taser while in custody. She died in a coma later.

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Memorial Day isn't for shopping sprees

Memorial Day isn't for shopping sprees

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Heroic legacy of Thomas Vander Woude

Heroic legacy of Thomas Vander Woude

A veteran of Vietnam, Tom Vander Woude did not hesitate to make a decision to save a life at a great cost. His legacy lives on

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Best-selling author remains a road warrior for human rights

Best-selling author remains a road warrior for human rights

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Catholics should reassess parish contributions to socialists

Catholics should reassess parish contributions to socialists

Catholics are unwittingly funding, through their charitable contributions, socialist Alinskyite community organizations that are at odds with Catholic teachings. Saul Alinsky once said, 'To hell with charity,' while also dedicating a book to Satan.

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The New Evangelization and the hierarchy of truths

The New Evangelization and the hierarchy of truths

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Virginia Catholic bishops oppose electrocution as 'especially barbaric'

Virginia Catholic bishops oppose electrocution as 'especially barbaric'

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A Year of Repentance should follow a Year of Faith

A Year of Repentance should follow a Year of Faith

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Heresy welcomed and 'Eucharisticly' ratified by pro-abortion Catholics

Heresy welcomed and 'Eucharisticly' ratified by pro-abortion Catholics

Good priests should admonish prochoice Catholic politicians, as they would other sinners, rather than reward them for rationalizing abortion and spreading sinful tendencies.

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Parker: GOP lost Virginia because of lack of conviction

Parker: GOP lost Virginia because of lack of conviction

Republicans still haven't gotten the message about race and the country's changing demographics.

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Sorority girl busted for buying bottled water and cookie dough

Sorority girl busted for buying bottled water and cookie dough

Agents pulled their weapons and smashed the windows of a vehicle driven by a 20-year-old student who had just purchased groceries for her sorority sisters.

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Archaeologists prove cannibalism among the First Families of Virginia

Archaeologists prove cannibalism among the First Families of Virginia

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The web of US policy in Syria entangles US Army vet charged with terrorism

The web of US policy in Syria entangles US Army vet charged with terrorism

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'Islamist' school thwarted in Virginia

'Islamist' school thwarted in Virginia

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First black state governor fails to endorse Obama

First black state governor fails to endorse Obama

L. Douglas Wilder was the first black American elected to serve as a state governor. A critic of Vice President Joe Biden, he now says that he will not endorse Barack Obama.

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Obama: 'No one is entitled to success'

Obama: 'No one is entitled to success'

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Remember to pray on 9/11

Remember to pray on 9/11

President Obama led a moment of silence on the anniversary of the 9/11 attacks to remember the lives lost on that day 11 years ago.

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Lawsuit against Human Life International seeks compensation for priest's sexual improprieties

Lawsuit against Human Life International seeks compensation for priest's sexual improprieties

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Legal experts oppose Obamacare contraception mandate

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Kids at Muslim schools learn to hate America

Kids at Muslim schools learn to hate America

Law enforcement and social services in Tennessee are reluctant to investigate abuse of children out of fear of incurring the wrath of the Council on American-Islamic Relations.

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Wedding site of Pocahontas discovered

Wedding site of Pocahontas discovered

Pocahontas, before she married John Rolfe, was kidnapped and held for ransom by the English. She was later baptized, but died young in England.

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