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Politics

How Positive Thinking, Prosperity Gospel Define Donald Trump's Faith Outlook

"God didn't want people to be poor," is how one historian described the view the Trump family pastor.

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Most Nighttime Crashes With Teen Drivers Happen Before Midnight

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IPlayYouListen ODESZA
With My Friends [12" Only Remix] Aloe Blacc & Most, King

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Is There A Double Standard When Female CEOs In Tech Stumble?

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Over and Over Hot Chip
Recensere Rous
Indigo Road Joey Fehrenbach
And Lay Debo Band
Beat Me Till I'm Blue Blow Up

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Meet The Newest Olympic Teams: Kosovo and South Sudan

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A Once-Closed Russian Military Town In The Arctic Opens To The World

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Midnight City M83
As Is Duane Eubanks
Africa Karriem Riggins
Confessions BadBadNotGood feat. Leland Whitty

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How Positive Thinking, Prosperity Gospel Define Donald Trump's Faith Outlook

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Woke Up Dead in the Morning Roots of Orchis
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Clinton Highlights Billionaires' Support As A Way To Try To Undermine Trump

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Dallas Police Recruitment Call Answered, But Pay Issues Are A Concern

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Daisuke El Huervo

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Making Sure Ecstasy Is Ecstasy: Volunteers Test Drugs At U.K. Music Fests

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Marriage Gold Panda
Get a Move On Mr. Scruff & Scruff

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C Is For Contract: Longtime Actors In Grown-Up Dispute With 'Sesame Street'

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Sesame Street Theme Elmo from Sesame Street, Clifford Kevin Clash et. al.
Everyday Aphrodesia