Monthly Archives: April 2014

2 UH physics professors indicted on charges

Author: Andy Cerota, Anchor/Reporter, acerota@kprc.com Jill Courtney, Sr. Web Editor, Click2Houston.com Published On: Apr 28 2014 11:55:23 AM CDT   Updated  6 m HOUSTON –Two University of Houston professors are facing federal charges for making false statements and wire fraud as part of a 29-count indictment, … Continue reading

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T.D. JAKES:”THE CHURCH HAS BECOME MASTERFUL AT DOING THINGS THAT DON’T MATTER”

In the first keynote address of the 2014 International Pastors & Leadership Conference in Orlando,… MARCH 7, 2014 |

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NYC Pastors Fight To Hold Worship Services In School Buildings

By Nigel Boys Bill de Blasio, mayor of New York City, is in favor of allowing public schools to be used as venues for worship services, even though a recent court order has enforced that ban, according to William Delvin, … Continue reading

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Cinderella Surgery: Women clipping their feet to fit designer shoes

Reported By Liku Zelleke There is a new fad going around in plastic surgeon’s offices across the US – that of clipping, trimming and padding feet so that women can fit into designer shoes. They call it the “Cinderella Surgery”. … Continue reading

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Tavis Smiley Honored With A Star On The Hollywood Walk Of Fame

By Dr. Sinclair Grey III He’s been called challenging, controversial, straightforward, and intelligent; Tavis Smiley can add one more accomplishment to his already impressive resume. The talk show

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Are Universities Properly Handling Rape Cases?

The demand for accountability from higher education in its dealing with sexual harassment cases is reaching national heights. Within the hallowed halls of the college campus, sexual harassment cases are not given the attention it needs to change on an … Continue reading

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Teen Tried To Poison Her Grandmother For Taking Her Cell Phone

By: Stephanie Allen-Gobert Tyt’ana Lisa-Nicole Johnson, 17, of Fayetteville, NC was charged with two counts of attempted first-degree murder for dumping chemicals into a pot of greens being cooked by her grandmother, Gaylon Moody, 51, while she was at Easter … Continue reading

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