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Trinity United Church of Christ

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  • John McCain and Rev. Hagee: No more

     
    by Mark Silva First Barack Obama jettisoned his own personal pastor, whose "incendiary'' remarks about race and power had raised questions about the candidate's own judgment. Now John McCain has rejected another controversial pastor - who in turn withdrew...
  • Catholic League slams priest, Obama

     
    by Jim Tankersley The Catholic League - a group dedicated to protecting the free-speech rights of Catholics "whenever and wherever they are threatened" - criticized Barack Obama sharply today for his ties to a Catholic priest who stirred controversy at......
  • Obama's pastor (new) problem: Apology

     
    by John D. McCormick and Manya Brachear Sen. Barack Obama's presidential campaign on Thursday was forced to again apologize for the remarks of a Chicago pastor and friend backing his candidacy who spoke from the pulpit of Obama's longtime South......
  • Another video from Obama's church

     
    By John McCormick and Manya A. Brachear, updated Sen. Barack Obama's presidential campaign on Thursday was forced to again apologize for the remarks of a Chicago pastor backing his candidacy who spoke from the pulpit of his longtime church.......
  • Barack Obama cuts ties to Trinity United

     
    by John McCormick and Manya A. Brachear Seeking to put a string of controversies involving his longtime Chicago church behind him, Sen. Barack Obama on Saturday said he and his family are withdrawing their membership from Trinity United Church of......
  • Florida, Michigan Democrats: Half a vote

     
    by Christi Parsons Angry protesters yelled, cried and threatened to vote Republican, but Democratic Party leaders decided Saturday to restore only half the voting rights of disputed convention delegates from Michigan and Florida and declared it will...
  • Obama's independence from that pulpit

     
    by Mark Silva On this Sunday when a candidate's church again has become the focus of his campaign - something which Sen. Barack Obama has attempted to resolve by removing himself from that congregation - many voices will be raised.......
  • Activist Pfleger reignites Wright debate

     
    by Manya A. Brachear and John McCormick CHICAGO -- Father Michael Pfleger's face is well known in these parts, one of the many iconoclastic characters who inhabit a city with a long history of racial division and political activism. Pfleger,......
  • Obama leaving his church

     
    by John McCormick and Manya A. Brachear Sen. Barack Obama is leaving Trinity United Church of Christ, his longtime religious home in Chicago and a place that has triggered repeated controversies during his presidential bid. "This is not a decision......
  • Religion's role in elections past, present

     
    by Rona Marech When it became known in late 1976 that the Plains Baptist Church had a 12-year-old policy on its books that excluded "blacks and other civil rights agitators" from worshiping there, its most prominent member - soon-to-be-president Jimmy.......
  • Obama campaign slams New Yorker cover

     
    by Katie Fretland The cover of the new New Yorker magazine depicts a caricature of Sen. Barack Obama as Muslim, standing in a the Oval Office with a flag burning in the fire place and a painting of Osama bin......
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  • Sandy's trail of devastation: 26 dead, millions without power -- and it's not over

    Sandy's trail of devastation: 26 dead, millions without power -- and it's not over
    Article Highlights: - NEW: Sandy claims at least 26 lives across the United States - More than 7.5 million customers are without power - Hundreds are trapped after a berm breaks in New Jersey - Transit official: The New York subway system "has...
  • Superstorm Sandy, state by state

    Superstorm Sandy, state by state
    States along the East Coast were pummeled as Superstorm Sandy came crashing ashore. The storm officially made landfall along the coast of southern New Jersey Monday night, but it is affecting a much wider area. By early Tuesday, more than 7.5 million...
  • New Smyrna Beach calendar of events

    New Smyrna Beach calendar of events
    Travel to New Smyrna Beach and take advantage of these great events in the surrounding area. JANUARY January 11, 12, 13*, 17, 18, 19, 20* 8pm, 2pm* The Fox on the Fairway A madcap adventure about love, life, and man’s Eternal love affair with&...
  • Nor'easter To Hit Same Areas As Sandy This Week

    Nor'easter To Hit Same Areas As Sandy This Week
    As if the East CoastĀ needed more problems, on the heels of Sandy's departure now comes the arrival of a Nor'easter this week. We've all heard the term, but what does it mean? A Nor'easter is a strong area of low pressure that tracksĀ up the East Coast...
  • New Threat for Isaac Survivors: Dangerous Heat

    New Threat for Isaac Survivors: Dangerous Heat
    As more residents in southern Louisiana return home after Hurricane Isaac, many must now contend with a new obstacle: rebuilding their lives amid blistering temperatures and no air conditioning. "Heat index values will continue to range in the 100- to...
  • Isaac, downgraded to tropical storm, still spews wrath

    Isaac, downgraded to tropical storm, still spews wrath
    Isaac lost is hurricane status Wednesday afternoon, but its relentless waves of rain flooded streets and homes in portions of Louisiana. The slow-moving system, downgraded to a tropical storm, threatened to keep churning for another day. Hurricane...
  • Isaac Breaches Louisiana Levee

    Isaac Breaches Louisiana Levee
    The fury of Isaac slammed into southeast Louisiana with strong winds and pounding rain, generating the first real test early Wednesday of flood control systems and emergency services in New Orleans on the seventh anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. With...
  • Isaac leaves flooded highways and homes in its wake

    Isaac leaves flooded highways and homes in its wake
    Louisiana and Mississippi officials conducted search-and-rescue missions Wednesday for residents stranded by Tropical Storm Isaac, which flooded highways and homes and pushed water over the top of a vital levee. While Isaac lost its hurricane status...
  • The Ancient Sand Dunes Of Lake Hitchcock In Windsor

    The Ancient Sand Dunes Of Lake Hitchcock In Windsor
    This is one of the stranger sights you will ever see traveling through the state's inland landscape. One moment you're walking along a path among towering oaks, past dried-up vernal pools and across a forest floor filled with ferns. And then you pass...
  • Super Moon

    The spectacular view of the super moon over the Atlantic Ocean in Ft. Lauderdale by Robert Duyos and in Daytona Beach by Jacob Langston.
  • Bears topple Bucs in London

    Bears topple Bucs in London
    LONDON — The Bears talked about it so much you hate to wonder where they would be if they didn't reach 4-3 before their week off. Fortunately, they don't have to consider that now because the goal coach Lovie Smith set forth after a dismal effort...
  • Fueled by angst, 'Addams Family' 3.0

    Fueled by angst, 'Addams Family' 3.0
    NEW YORK — It's pushing midnight at Angus McIndoe, a Broadway watering hole. Marshall Brickman — who co-wrote "Sleeper," "Annie Hall" and "Manhattan" with Woody Allen — is sitting at a table in the back. Rick Elice, who penned the book...