Iraq wants Sunni to fight ISIS/Kurds storm EU parliament, stage rallies across Europe demanding crackdown on ISIS/ Swedish MEP hopes EU members follow and more signs of JESUS’ soon return

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DAYS OF LOT – 36 Methodist Pastors Bless Gay Weddings Without Rebuke

United Methodists in Pennsylvania have agreed to resolve a complaint filed against three dozen clergy who blessed a gay wedding without taking the case to trial. A complaint was filed against 36 United Methodist pastors who officiated at a Nov. 9 wedding for two men at Arch Street United Methodist Church in Philadelphia. On Friday, …

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Study Shows Most Christian Men Are Into Porn, 77% Viewed Monthly

A new national survey of Christian men reveals shocking statistics pertaining to high rates of pornography use and addiction, plus rampant sexual infidelity amongst married Christian men. The 2014 survey was commissioned by a nonprofit organization called Proven Men Ministries and conducted by Barna Group among a nationally representative sample of 388 self-identified Christian adult …

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CDC now endangering all Americans by pushing five irresponsible assumptions about Ebola transmission

There’s no subtle way to say this, so I’ll just state it outright: The U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has become a clear and present danger to the public health of all Americans. The agency’s continued repeating of lies based on false assumptions is already contributing to a dangerous, casual attitude about Ebola transmission …

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WHO admits sneezing could transmit Ebola

In a largely overlooked media advisory email, the World Health Organization admitted there are some circumstances in which the current strain of Ebola in West Africa can be transmitted through coughing or sneezing. “Theoretically, wet and bigger droplets from a heavily infected individual, who has respiratory symptoms caused by other conditions or who vomits violently, …

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20 Christians Reportedly kidnapped in Syria

A parish priest and a number of Christians have been kidnapped from a Syrian village near the border with Turkey, the Latin Patriarchate of Jerusalem said on Tuesday. The Latin Patriarchate, which oversees Latin Church Catholics in Israel and neighbouring countries, said Father Hanna Jallouf had been kidnapped on the night of Oct. 5 in …

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Strong 6.4 Earthquake strikes in China’s Yunnan, few casualties so far

An earthquake with a magnitude of 6.4 struck in China’s southwestern province of Yunnan on Tuesday, though initial reports from state media said there were only limited casualties in the sparsely populated, mountainous region. The United States Geological Survey said the quake’s epicenter was 163 km (100 miles) north-northwest of Yunjinghong and 10 km deep. …

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Conn. Health Commissioner Granted Quarantine Power

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — Gov. Dannel P. Malloy has signed an order that gives the state’s public health commissioner the ability to quarantine anyone she believes may have been exposed to the Ebola virus. Malloy says Tuesday’s order is precautionary and designed to ensure that the state is prepared to deal with any suspected Ebola …

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Vomiting Passenger on Flight from La Guardia to O’Hare Sparks Ebola Fears

United Flight 1543 from New York’s LaGuardia Airport landed at O’Hare Monday afternoon amid reports of a person feeling ill, but an official said there was no basis for fears that the passenger may have contracted the Ebola virus. Firefighters who responded to O’Hare transported a 70-year-old woman to Chicago’s Resurrection Hospital, the Chicago Fire Department …

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American troops in Liberia will come in direct contact with Ebola infected Patients

A few dozen U.S. troops will have exposure to laboratory samples from potential Ebola patients by running testing facilities in Liberia, the head of U.S. Africa Command said. While most of the 4,000 troops authorized to deploy to the west African country won’t have direct exposure to the virus — as Pentagon officials have previously …

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CNN axes 300 jobs, Layoffs Target 55 and Older.

Turner Broadcasting, the parent company of CNN, will cut its total workforce by about 10% in the coming weeks through a mix of buyouts, layoffs and other measures, the company said Monday. The reductions are part of a broader effort to save money and refocus investment, known internally as Turner 2020. The company said about 1,475 positions …

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WALMART Cuts Health Benefits For Part-Timers.

Wal-Mart Stores Inc. plans to eliminate health insurance coverage for some of its part-time U.S. employees in a move aimed at controlling rising health care costs of the nation’s largest private employer. Wal-Mart told The Associated Press that starting Jan. 1, it will no longer offer health insurance to employees who work less than an …

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ISIS Graffiti Is Cropping Up in Washington, D.C.

On Friday, I noticed something I don’t remember seeing before: ISIS-related graffiti around my Northwest Washington neighborhood. Here are two examples (at left and below), which appear to say Allahu Akbar, from Connecticut Avenue between Dupont Circle and Adams Morgan:  There are more, which say “by the permission of God” in Arabic and “CIA” in …

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Food Stamp Recipients Top 46 Million for 35th Straight Month.

The number of Americans on food stamps has topped 46,000,000 for 35 straight months, according to data from the Department of Agriculture (USDA).From Se ptember 2011 through July 2014, the latest month for which data is available, the number of persons participating in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) has exceeded 46 million. As of …

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Dow Plummets Triple Digits as urope slowdown weighs

U.S. stocks fell sharply on Tuesday, extending losses into a second session, as investors fretted slowing economic growth in Europe and the potential impact on coming third-quarter earnings from U.S. corporations. “We could see a continuation of these 100-plus-point-day moves as investors worry about could this be the end of a three-year run without a …

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110 Million Americans Have STDs.

While the national media focus on the Ebola outbreak in West Africa and the patient in Dallas, the CDC is reminding Americans that sexually transmitted diseases are an ongoing but hidden epidemic. In the United States, nearly 20 million cases of new STD infections are reported each year, reports Live Science. Since infections can persist for …

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AIRBORNE? Spanish nurse caught Ebola despite wearing safety suit

The Spanish nurse infected with Ebola and her quarantined husband have been named as Teresa Romero Ramos and Javier Limon Romero. The couple are being held in quarantine in separate rooms at the same hospital in the Spanish capital. Teresa, 44, from Galicia in northwest Spain, who is one of the medical team that treated two repatriated …

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ALERT – US Supreme Court to Decide Status of Jerusalem

The US Supreme Court will decide the fate on whether to recognize Jerusalem as being a part of Israel as part of several new cases to be taken up during its new term, which opens on Monday. The nine judges on the high court will hear the case of an American born in Jerusalem who …

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IMF cuts Global Growth Forecast

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has downgraded its global growth forecast for both this year and next, as a divergence emerges between those economies that are recovering—and those that are not. The organization, which represents 188 countries, now expects world growth to come in at 3.3 percent in 2014, down 0.1 percent from its forecast …

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4-year-old girl hands out packets of heroin at day care thinking it was candy

SELBYVILLE, Del. (AP) — Authorities say a 4-year-old girl in Delaware passed out packets of heroin she found in her mother’s backpack to her day care mates, thinking they contained candy. The Delaware State Police said in a news release that the girl found the bags Monday in a backpack her mom gave her to …

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ISIS reportedly enters strategic Syrian town near Turkish border

Islamic State fighters have reportedly moved closer to capturing the Syrian town of Kobani, near the Turkish border, in what would be the most serious setback for Kurdish forces since a campaign of U.S.-led airstrikes in Syria began last month. The capture of Kobani would give ISIS control of a large swath of land bordering …

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India Monitoring Possible New Ebola Victim From Japan

A Japanese tourist visiting India is reportedly suspected to have contracted the Ebola virus that is wreaking havoc across West Africa and causing scares from Dallas to France. Kawakubo Yuko, 27, was visiting Imphal, the capital of the Indian state of Manipur, after touring five other countries and arriving from Myanmar, The Hindu, an English-language …

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