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Pastor stabbed to death by one of his own parishioners

Before dying, pastor identifed parishioner who stabbed him in the neck.
A California pastor was stabbed in the neck on Tuesday night by one of his parishioners outside the pastor's house. Before dying, the 68-year-old pastor was able to identify his killer. Pastor Herbert...
17 March 2017 -
M. Minnicks

Rock and Roll pioneer Chuck Berry dies at age 90

The 'Johnny B. Goode' singer and guitarist clearly helped shape a music genre.
KSDK Channel 5 in St. Louis has reported that legendary rock and roller Chuck Berry has died. He was 90. Reportedly, police were summoned to a home on Saturday around 12:40 p.m. and found the electric...
18 March 2017 -
S. Oliver

Melissa McCarthy will be returning to host 'Saturday Night Live'

The final four hosts of 'SNL' season 42 will be seen live in all time zones.
For the first time in the history of “Saturday Night Live,” the long-running hit (not failing) show will air live on NBC coast to coast beginning April 15th. The final four hosts to close out...
16 March 2017 -
S. Oliver
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