Wisconsin Police Station Removes ‘Officer’s Prayer’ Amid Pressure From Atheist Group

A police station in Wisconsin has removed a “Police Officer’s Prayer” display after the nation’s largest secular legal organization filed a complaint that argued the display makes non-Christians feel like “outsiders in their own community.” The Wisconsin-based Freedom From Religion Foundation, which advocates for a strict enforcement of separation of church and state, has announced that the Onalaska Police Department has complied with its demands that it remove the prayer display from the wall of a public room in a local police station. The display read: “Lord, I ask you to be with me in a very special way...

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Bright Meteor Over Queensland, Australia Shakes Houses, Sounds Like Crack of Thunder

THERE have been reports of a house-shaking thud in Killarney after the meteor was spotted  in our skies last night. Our sister paper, the Warwick Daily News reported the buzz on social media: Brigitte Jones said, “I felt it out here, the house shook.” Madeline Wilkins posted “I’m in Toowoomba and saw a burning light in the sky maybe a meteorite, heading that direction just before I saw this post… Maybe related?” Killarney resident Krissy Bloomfield said, “On Brosnan Rd kids saw what we thought shooting star just before the bang.” Some residents reported thinking the noise was thunder...

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Horrific Plot Revealed By Teens Regarding Classmates at their middle school

A trio of teens was charged with a violent plot to “kill everyone and anyone” at their Michigan middle school, according to court records. Lapeer County Assistant Prosecutor David Campbell read chilling words allegedly written by Gunnar Rice in Lapper County District Court on Monday, detailing what he allegedly planned to undertake at Zemmer Middle School in Lapeer, a city of roughly 8,000 about 20 miles east of Flint. Rice, 14, wrote that he wanted to “exterminate all the [expletive] animals at this school,” Campbell said during Monday’s arraignment, MLive.com reported. “We’ll kill everyone and anyone of our choosing.”...

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North Korea may now possess between 10 and 25 nuclear weapons

Three weeks before becoming president, Donald Trump weighed in on the threat of North Korea developing a nuclear warhead capable of reaching the U.S.: “It won’t happen,” he vowed on Twitter. Now planners are contemplating what a U.S. strike to prevent that development might look like, and the options are grim. Analysts estimate North Korea may now possess between 10 and 25 nuclear weapons, with launch vehicles, air force jets, troops and artillery scattered across the country, hidden in caves and massed along the border with South Korea. That’s on top of what the U.S. estimates to be one...

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China tests missiles near North Korea, Warns it’s getting troops ‘Battle Ready’

CHINESE military leaders have revealed they are testing their latest missile-laden destroyer in waters close to North Korea. Footage released by state media shows navy crew launching weapons off the state-of-the-art Xining warship to help get sailors ‘battle ready’. The manoeuvres come as the communist country warned a “storm is about to break” on the Korean peninsula. Tensions have reaching boiling point after the US moved warships to the area and Pyongyang stepped up a threat to defend itself with nukes in the face of pressure from President Donald Trump. The Chinese ship’s missile systems are being tested in the Yellow Sea – which separates China from the Korean peninsular....

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Boko Haram Quadruples Female Suicide Bombers in Terror Attacks

In a major tactical shift in its terror operations, the radical Islamists of the Boko Haram jihadist group have multiplied the number of women and girls deployed as suicide bombers in an effort to elude detection by security officials. In the first three-and-a-half months of 2017, radical Islamists have deployed at least 27 females in suicide attacks in Nigeria and Cameroon, whereas in 2016, the female suicide bombings totaled 29 for the entire year. At this pace, Boko Haram will quadruple the number of young women—many of them just girls—coerced into suicide attacks on behalf of the terror group....

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US Auto Industry Factory Production Falls Most Since August

Output at U.S. auto manufacturers fell unexpectedly in March by the most since August of last year, according to Federal Reserve data that was released on Tuesday. According to the data, the decline in output stems from a slow recovery at factories, as production only rose 0.8 percent last month from a year earlier. Factory production declined 0.4 percent, despite a 0.3 percent rise in February. Economist Paul Ashworth of Capital Economics claimed that despite the decline, the data shows “a marked improvement on last year when manufacturing output all but stalled due to the weakness of global demand and...

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Trump: ‘I Didn’t Soften My Stance’ On China Trade and Currency Manipulation

During an interview broadcast on Tuesday’s “Fox & Friends” on the Fox News Channel, President Trump denied that he had softened his stance on China with regards to trade and China being a currency manipulator.   .@POTUS addresses claims he’s softened his stance on China pic.twitter.com/Mn37t9wC2S — FOX & friends (@foxandfriends) April 18, 2017 Trump said, “I didn’t soften my stance. … Now, what am I going to do, start a trade war with China in the middle of him working on a bigger problem, frankly, with North Korea? So, I’m dealing with China with great respect. I have great...

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White House Posts ‘Hire American’ Executive Order

President Donald Trump’s White House has released the text of his new “hire American” Executive Order, which orders a multi-agency reform of the nation’s many guest-worker programs to help raise Americans’ wages and salaries. “To create higher wages and employment rates for workers in the United States, and to protect their economic interests, it shall be the policy of the executive branch to rigorously enforce and administer the laws governing entry into the United States of workers from abroad, including section 212(a)(5) of the Immigration and Nationality Act (8 U.S.C. 1182(a)(5)),” says the “Buy American, Hire American” Executive Order. The memo ordered...

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Mind-reading machine turns thoughts into words…

A device that can read people’s minds by detecting their brainwaves has been developed in a breakthrough that could eventually enable people with “locked-in syndrome” to communicate. The system was only partially effective with a 90 per cent success rate when trying to recognise numbers from zero to nine and a 61 per cent rate for single syllables in Japanese, the researchers said. But, nonetheless, a statement about the research issued by the Toyohashi University of Technology in Japan said it showed that an effective device to read people’s thoughts and relay them to others was possible in the “near...

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