Rev. Graham on White House Gay Rainbow: 'May it Remind Us of God's Judgement to Come'

Commenting on the White House being illuminated on Friday with gay-rainbow lights to celebrate homosexual marriage, Rev. Franklin Graham said it was "outrageous" and a "slap in the face" to millions of Americans who support real marriage, and added that because God gave the rainbow sign to Noah following the flood, it is an image forever "associated with His judgment" and a sign of "God's judgment to come."  

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New Ebola case marks disease's return to Liberia

The body of a dead Liberian man has tested positive for Ebola - the country's first reported case since it was declared free of the disease. Deputy health minister Tolbert Nyenswah said tests confirmed that the 17-year-old man, from a town near the main airport, had died of the disease. Officials are investigating how he contracted Ebola, Mr Nyenswah said.  

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Helium is LEAKING from massive earthquake fault in LA raising fears 'big one

A huge fault in the Earth's crust near Los Angeles is leaking helium, researchers have found.
They say the unexpected find sheds new light on the Newport-Inglewood Fault Zone in the Los Angeles Basin.
It reveals the fault is far deeper than previously thought, and a quake would be far more devastating.
It follows a report from the U.S. Geological Survey has warned the risk of 'the big one' hitting California has increased dramatically. 

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Convergence of Jupiter and Venus on 6.30.15: The Return of the Bethlehem Star!

There is a rare and special celestial occurrence that will be happening just after sunset on June 30, 2015. On June 30th, 2015, the same conjunction that happened when Yeshua (Jewish name for Jesus) was born, known as the “star of Bethlehem” will happen AGAIN in the night sky. The two planets, Venus and Jupiter will spend eight evenings within 2° of each other from June 27th through July 4th. This rare conjunction/pairing of Jupiter and Venus coming this close to each other so that they appear to be on top of one another has not happened like this since the birth of Yeshua.  

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ISIS Threatens Mass Slaughter of Christians in Israel Before End of Ramadan

Islamic militants claiming to be representatives of terror group ISIS in Jerusalem have threatened to "cleanse" Israel of all Christians and "non-believers" unless they leave the country. The extremists are accusing Christians of encouraging Muslims to abandon their religion. 

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A North Dakota Oil Boom Goes Bust

In a field of brittle yellow grass and clotted mud about five miles north of Dickinson, North Dakota, stands a cemetery of sorts. Drilling rigs stretch into the sky like tall skeletons. The occasional lone truck rattles along a dirt road. Otherwise, the location is deserted.

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Earthquake felt throughout southern Israel

An earthquake reported to be between 5.1 and 5.5 magnitude was felt in southern Israel. No damage or injuries were reported in the earthquake that struck on Saturday afternoon. The epicenter of the earthquake reportedly was in the Sinai Peninsula. The temblor was felt in Eilat, Beersheba and Ashdod in the south and also in Tel Aviv, Hod Hasharon, Holon, Netanya, and Jerusalem, according to reports.  

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President who opposed gay marriage three years ago turns White House into rainbow extravaganza

It’s not Barack Obama’s style to win a victory with any sort of humility, you understand. That’s not in his makeup. And there’s really little point in mentioning that he was “opposed” to gay marriage as recently as 2012 when he announced his big evolution on the issue, because everyone knows he wasn’t really opposed at all. He pretended to be until he sensed correctly that the politics of the country were changing and it was OK to admit he was for it - which he had been all along.  

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US Officials Warn of ISIS Attacks on July 4

American police forces from coast to coast are on alert from federal officials that the Islamic State (ISIS) is planning to terrorize the country during the July 4 Independence Day holiday.

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Greece in shock as banks shut after snap referendum call

Greeks struggled to adjust to shuttered banks, closed cash machines and a climate of rumours and conspiracy theories on Monday as a breakdown in talks between Athens and its creditors plunged the country deep into crisis. 

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Deadline likely missed in nuclear deal - Hayden says Iran has 'upper hand'

Former CIA Director Michael Hayden said Sunday that the United States has lost its edge going into the final days of a nuclear negotiation with Iran. “I would actually fear that the Iranians have the upper hand right now,” Hayden said on “Fox News Sunday.” “I actually fear we have painted ourselves into a corner where we believe that any deal is better than no deal at the present time.”  

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12-year-old black conservative YouTube star dares Obama to sit for an interview.

By now, you’re probably familiar with CJ Pearson. He’s a self-described “conservative activist” from Georgia whose Obama-eviscerating YouTube videos have racked up well over 2 million views.  He’s also black.  ...And he’s 12 Years Old.
Just last week, he released a clip attacking the President’s eagerness to exploit tragedy in the service of the left’s long-standing gun control agenda. That video alone has over half a million hits and it’s still trending. Yesterday, he appeared again.  This time, he spoke directly to President Obama, and he threw down the gauntlet.

Dartmoor ewe slaughtered in 'Satanic ritual'

A rare-breed sheep has been slaughtered on Dartmoor in a Satanic ritual to mark the midsummer solstice.
The whiteface Dartmoor ewe was found by a farmer mutilated in a field with one ear and a back leg hacked off and her jugular vein cut.

Gigantic Black Hole Wakes Up After 26-Year Sleep

A supermassive black hole that was dormant for 26 years has once again begun devouring material from other the star in its binary system, according to the European Space Agency (ESA).

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Supreme Court extends gay marriage nationwide

The Supreme Court declared Friday that same-sex couples have a right to marry anywhere in the United States, a historic culmination of two decades of litigation over gay marriage and gay rights generally. Gay and lesbian couples already could marry in 36 states and the District of Columbia. The court's 5-4 ruling means the remaining 14 states, in the South and Midwest, will have to stop enforcing their bans on same-sex marriage.  

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There’s a giant hole that’s draining a lake on the border of Oklahoma and Texas like it’s a bathtub

The gaping hole — which appeared recently in Lake Texoma — alarmed everyone from Twitter users to the Tulsa District US Army Corps of Engineers, who posted a YouTube video of the vortex. Below the video, they describe the hole as being "8 feet in diameter and capable of sucking in a full-sized boat."  

Water level in reservoir formed by Hoover Dam dips to record low

The largest capacity reservoir in the United States has hit its lowest water level in history following years of severe drought that have dramatically reduced flows from the Colorado River, water managers said on Wednesday. Officials said Nevada’s Lake Mead, the 79-year-old reservoir created by the massive Hoover Dam, registered 1,074.98 feet (327.7 meters) above sea level late on Tuesday, but was able to rise above a critical mark by early on Wednesday morning.  

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Boston Marathon bomber apologizes to victims

Boston bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev has apologized to his victims for the first time before being formally sentenced to death by a federal judge. The 21-year-old was officially sentenced to death on six counts over the 2013 bombings, one of the worst assaults on US soil since the September 11 attacks in 2001. 'I would like to now apologize to the victims and to the survivors,' said the former university student in his first public remarks since the bombings, that killed three people.  

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ISIS drowns prisoners inside cage

The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) reportedly killed five prisoners in Iraq by locking them in a metal cage and drowning them in a swimming pool, a report by the Daily Mail said on Wednesday. In a seven-minute video, Daily Mail said ISIS lowered the prisoners into a pool in Mosul “with no hope of escape.” 

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Obama allows US hostage families to pay ransoms

The White House has announced changes to how the government handles hostage situations that involve US citizens. President Barack Obama has directed the US government not to threaten the hostages' families with prosecution if they attempt to pay captors' ransom. Mr Obama has drawn criticism for the long-standing policy of prohibiting concessions to militant groups.

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Western Wildfires Update: 360 Acres Charred Near Santa Clarita, California; Evacuation Orders Lifted

At its height the blaze, called the Calgrove Fire, burned frighteningly close to homes in Santa Clarita. At least 1,000 people were evacuated from some 500 homes in Newell and Santa Clarita. About three dozen horses were also taken to a shelter. Lanes of Interstate 5 were shut down.  

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Greek deal or not, the euro is now a different beast

"There are a lot of idiots in financial markets: I don't believe in rational markets. The idea that people were lending money on that scale to Greeks at German interest rates - they wanted their heads examined," former UK finance minister and pro-EU Conservative Ken Clarke told the BBC on Monday.  

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Manchin, Toomey both interested in reviving gun control push

In the wake of the Charleston shooting, Sens. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) and Pat Toomey (R-Pa.) are considering ways to renew their failed push to pass meaningful gun-control legislation. ...“We want to make sure we have the votes. Pat’s going to have to, and I’ll work with him, to get some of our colleagues on the Republican side,” Manchin said, adding that he hasn’t talked directly to Toomey about a revival.  

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CDC tests for plague in Colorado after teen's death

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is trying to determine how prevalent the plague is in a rural area of northern Colorado where a 16-year-old boy died of the disease.

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Why Is NASA Working On A Way To Destroy Asteroids Using Nuclear Weapons?

Yes, I know that headline sounds like it comes from the 1998 movie “Armageddon” starting Bruce Willis, but this is actually happening. NASA and the National Nuclear Security Administration are teaming up to try to figure out a way to use nuclear weapons to either destroy threatening asteroids or to at least nudge them off course. This seems very odd considering the fact that just a couple of weeks ago NASA publicly announced that it knew of “no asteroid or comet currently on a collision course with Earth” and that “no large object is likely to strike the Earth any time in the next several hundred years“. 

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Limbaugh: American Flag is Next in Left's Crosshairs

Don't think the left will stop at banning the Confederate battle flag, Rush Limbaugh warned his radio audience on Tuesday — the American flag is next. "The next flag that will come under assault, and it will not be long, is the American flag,"  

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Uproar After Obama Uses the N-word

Obama raised something of a media storm in a teacup in an interview released Monday when he used the N-word while discussing race relations in the US.

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Mexico Straddles the Fence Between the West and Russia

As the United States and Canada struggle with geopolitical challenges abroad, the potential weak link in continental defense sits at the U.S. southern border. For too long has Mexico forged a political path that often acts at cross-purposes to the goals of its democratic northern neighbors. And the problems run far deeper than just Mexico’s internal difficulties with the drug cartels. The nation’s true allegiances remain undefined. 

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30 killed in northeast Nigeria by 2 girl suicide bombers

Two girls blew themselves up on Monday near a crowded mosque in northeast Nigeria's biggest city, killing about 30 people, witnesses said. It is the fourth suicide bombing this month in Maiduguri, which is the birthplace of the Boko Haram Islamic extremist group. 

Rare triple crescent moons orbiting Saturn caught by Cassini probe

The Cassini spacecraft captured a stunning image of three crescent moons orbiting the planet Saturn. It managed to photograph Titan, Mimas and Rhea all in the same shot.  

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ISIS in Syria Hangs Two Boys for Eating During Ramadan

The Islamic State (ISIS) on Monday hanged two youths after accusing them of eating during daylight hours in the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan, the Syrian Observatory of Human Rights said.

"Residents of the village of Mayadeen in Deir Ezzor province reported that IS hanged from a crossbar two boys aged under 18 near the HQ of the Hissba", the jihadist police, Observatory chief Rami Abdel Rahman told theAFP news agency.

Ebola returns to Sierra Leone capital after three-week gap

Sierra Leone has recorded two new cases of Ebola in Freetown in the past few days, disproving the assumption that the capital city had already defeated the deadly virus, officials said on Monday.

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Heat wave kills more than 400 in Pakistan's Karachi

A heat wave has killed more than 400 people in Pakistan's southern city of Karachi over the past three days, health officials said on Tuesday, as they set up emergency medical camps in the streets. One of Karachi's biggest public hospitals said all its beds were full, with more than 200 people dying there of dehydration or heat exhaustion.

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WikiLeaks Saudi cable says Iran shipped nuclear equipment to Sudan

Saudi diplomats in Khartoum believed Iran shipped advanced nuclear equipment including centrifuges to Sudan in 2012, according to a document leaked last week that WikiLeaks says is a cable from the embassy.

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Oklahoma area on record earthquake pace

The ground is trembling underneath the feet of Oklahomans at a record pace this year and by a wide margin, but the jury remains out on whether recent mitigation measures on injection wells will curtail the troubling trend.

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Republican Donations Linked to White Supremacist

The leader of a right-wing, white supremacist hate group in the United States, allegedly mentioned as an inspiration by self-confessed Charleston massacre shooter Dylann Roof, donated money to Republican presidential candidates Ted Cruz, Rand Paul and Rick Santorum, The Guardian reported Sunday.

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Putin: Russian pipeline project to help Greece pay its debt

Vladimir Putin said after Friday's talks with Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras that a prospective Russian natural gas pipeline should help Greece service its debt, but the Kremlin said the question of direct Russian financial aid to Greece was not discussed.  

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Hamas close to agreeing five-year ceasefire with Israel: sources

The plan, proposed by Qatar and supported by Turkey as well as a number of EU countries and the UN, would see Hamas and Israel declare a five-year ceasefire in exchange for Israel easing its blockade of Gaza, speeding up the process of rebuilding the Strip, and constructing a floating seaport on the Gaza coast. The plan could also be extended beyond the five years.  

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Sen. Rand Paul to Unveil 14.5 Percent Flat Tax for All

Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul outlined some of the highlights of a "fair and flat tax" plan he was to unveil on Capitol Hill later on Thursday, saying that the measure will not only simplify the nation's sprawling tax code, but will allow Americans to keep more of the money they've earned.

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Area 51 and extra-terrestrial life both exist, says head of Nasa

Extra-terrestrial life does exist, the head of Nasa has confirmed, but said aliens were not hidden in Area 51.
Nasa Administrator Major Charles Bolden told British schoolchildren that he was confident that scientists would find life outside of Earth because there were so many planets that are similar to our own.

Iranian women are taking to social media to declare freedom from hijab

"My Stealthy Freedom," a Facebook page created by an Iranian journalist and activist, is being amplified by the public support of Iranians who are taking part in its powerful message: shed the compulsory hijab in a country where it is illegal to do so. 

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Southern Baptists urged to reject any laws legalizing gay marriage

Jack Graham, pastor of Prestonwood Baptist Church in Texas, said American Christians should be prepared for massive fallout if the Supreme Court legalizes same-sex unions.

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Islamic State car bombs kill or injure 50 in Yemeni capital

Car bombs killed or injured at least 50 people near mosques and the headquarters of Yemen's dominant Houthi group in Sanaa on Wednesday, in coordinated attacks claimed by Islamic State.  

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