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TODD STARNES Fla. city wages Soviet-style crackdown on churches

Thursday, 05 March 2015 16:23
A worship service at Common Ground Church in Lake Worth, Fla. (Courtesy Common Ground Church) A government crackdown on churches has Christians in Lake Worth, Fla., wondering if they live in the United States or the former Soviet Union. Churches in Lake Worth, population 36,000, have been ordered to acquire a business license. As if the church has to get the government’s permission to preach and pray? ADVERTISEMENT
Hundreds snowbound on highway
Thursday, 05 March 2015 15:59
Story highlightsFlorida woman, her dogs have only 2 bottles of water, pack of crackers in carNational Guard activated as authorities try to reach stranded motorists, police say (CNN)Florida resident Sue Ellen Kilgallon knew the storm was coming and tried to get out of northern Kentucky Wednesday night. Instead, she got stuck in the snow on Interstate 65. She and her two dogs were still there Thursday morning, 12 hours later.
Cardinal Edward Egan, former New York archbishop, dies
Thursday, 05 March 2015 15:30
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Cardinal Edward Egan, the former Roman Catholic archbishop of New York, died of cardiac arrest on Thursday, the Archdiocese of New York said. Egan, 82, who was archbishop from 2000 to 2009, was pronounced dead at NYU Langone Medical Center at 2:20 p.m., the Archdiocese said in a statement. "Thank God he had a peaceful death," his successor, Cardinal Timothy Dolan said in a statement.
Cardinal Egan, retired NY archbishop, dies at age 82; led archdiocese during Sept. 11 attacks
Thursday, 05 March 2015 15:27
FILE- In this Aug. 19, 2011 file photo, Cardinal Edward Egan speaks with a reporter during an interview in New York. Egan, who was Archbishop-Emeritus, 12th bishop and 9th archbishop and 7th Cardinal of the See of New York, died of cardiac arrest, Thursday, March 5, 2015, in New York. He was 82. (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews, File) (The Associated Press)
HUNG JURY Arias dodges death penalty for murder of ex-boyfriend
Thursday, 05 March 2015 15:23
DEVELOPING: The jury in the Jodi Arias case tasked with deciding whether she should be sentenced to life in prison or death for killing her lover nearly seven years ago was unable to agree on terms of sentencing Thursday, removing the possibility of a death sentence. The judge declared a mistrial and will sentence Arias to either life in prison or a life term with the possibility of release after 25 years.
QUID PRO NO Ousted ambassador ripped for using personal email, Clinton gets a pass
Thursday, 05 March 2015 15:23
Shown here are Scott Gration, former ambassador to Kenya, left, and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. (Reuters/AP) While Hillary Clinton tries to deflect suggestions of wrongdoing in her use of a personal email account to conduct governmental business during her years as secretary of state, a U.S. ambassador under her watch was sharply reprimanded for doing the same -- and reportedly, it contributed to his being forced to resign. Scott Gration, then-ambassador to Kenya…
Hundreds snowbound on the highway
Thursday, 05 March 2015 14:59
Story highlightsFlorida woman, her dogs have only 2 bottles of water, pack of crackers in carNational Guard activated as authorities try to reach stranded motorists, police say (CNN)Florida resident Sue Ellen Kilgallon knew the storm was coming and tried to get out of northern Kentucky Wednesday night. Instead, she got stuck in the snow on Interstate 65. She and her two dogs were still there Thursday morning, 12 hours later.
'Unparalleled': Photos of the civil rights movement
Thursday, 05 March 2015 14:59
Story highlightsThe Steven Kasher Gallery will be showing powerful photos from the 1965 Selma marchesIncluded are images from the late Charles Moore, whose civil rights work is legendary (CNN)Selma, it seems, is everywhere. The Ava DuVernay film of that name continues to draw audiences and plaudits, while this month marks the 50th anniversary of three pivotal civil rights marches from the Alabama city -- the first two stopped by brute force, the third a triumphant…
'That blow smashed his skull'
Thursday, 05 March 2015 14:59
Just Watched Beaten, bloodied and murdered - Selma 50 years later replay More Videos ... C.T. Vivian, Joanne Bland and Clark Olsen recount their experiences during the Civil Rights Movement in Selma, Alabama. Read more at CNN.com/Selma Stories worth watching (12)
Opinion: Bridge deserves a better name
Thursday, 05 March 2015 14:59
Story highlightsCeremonies attended by President Obama to mark march's 50th anniversary over bridgeDouglas Brinkley: Site where voting rights battle was fought should be named for John Lewis Douglas Brinkley is author of "Rosa Parks" (2000) and wrote the foreword to John Lewis' "Across that Bridge" (2012). He is also CNN presidential historian. The opinions expressed in this commentary are his. (CNN)There were three Selma to Montgomery marches in March 1965, and Rosa Parks had missed…

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