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Controversial US Pastors to attend the opening of the embassy in Jerusalem

In addition to the political concerns about the movement itself, a few Christian evangelical leaders will be at hand, whose words have caused their own controversy. Pastor John Hagee, founder of Christian United for Israel, will deliver Benediction at the ceremony, a spokesman for his organization confirmed to CNN. A major advocate for the embassy's escape, Hagee said in an …

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Early season Gulf storm? The cancer center says there is a medium risk

The Hurricane season does not begin officially until June 1st, but there may be something brewing in the bay already. Sunday's Cancer Center said there is a chance – a medium chance – a subtropical or tropical system can develop in the southeastern Gulf in the next few days. Where could it go? Early indications are that it can go …

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Missing Navy sailor from Chicago suburb found dead

A marine sailor from the southwest suburb of Chicago was found dead in a forest in Washington after a week-long search, according to the authorities. Jeremiah Adams, 24, was notified on May 7 when he did not get up for work. Days earlier had gone for a walk in the Olympic National Forest, a large wilderness with deep canyons, high …

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Caged tiger, other "stressed" animals at the prom dance sparks rebellion

A prom night for teens in Miami got lost when organizers invited a surprise guest on the dance floor – a grown-up tiger. "Welcome to Jungle" was the theme of this year's Christopher Columbus High School prom, held Friday night at DoubleTree Hotel at Miami International Airport. ABC News A merchant is caught on mobile video that weighs a can …

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Officer shot in the Sonoma Valley incident; suspected in custody

A Sonoma County Sheriff's deputy was shot on Sunday morning during a confrontation with a gunman at a gas station and car wash on Highway 12 in Sonoma. Deputy who worked as a police officer for the city of Sonoma suffered non-fatal wounds and reported in good condition at the Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital. The protection took place just after …

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Hawaii volcano: A new crack is spewing lava near geothermal plant

The fissure, several hundred meters tall, was the 17th crack in the field to open the island a week since the Kilauea volcano broke out on May 3. The newest crack was originally referred to as the 18th split, but because a previously noticed 17th never spewed lava, the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory reclassified the latest crack as 17th. Nearly 2,000 …

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Broward schools "charity culture" may have been too easy at Nikolas Cruz, report findings

A new report questions whether a "beauty culture" at Broward County schools in Florida allowed Parkland's massacre to suspect Nikolas Cruz to slip through the cracks. South Florida Sun Sentinel reported that Cruz was interrupted for at least 67 days for less than one and a half years at Westglades Middle School; His violations continued at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High …

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