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Message Over Medium: Are Online Services Causing Low Church Attendance? Author Skye Jethani Discusses with Southern Baptist ERLC Leader Russell Moore

Declining church attendance is partly because of basic economics and a Christian media-saturated world, which has unfortunately communicated that the time and place for worship does not really matter, according to author Skye Jethani. (more…)

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David Rockefeller Dies at 101-Years-Old

Bank executive, philanthropist and oil fortune heir David Rockefeller died Monday morning. He was 101. (more…)

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Leonardo DiCaprio Meets With Donald and Ivanka Trump on How Environmental Jobs Can Boost the Economy

Leonardo DiCaprio and the head of his foundation met Wednesday with President-elect Donald Trump to discuss how jobs centered on preserving the environment can boost the economy. (more…)

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WATCH: John MacArthur to Vote For Donald Trump By Voting his Worldview

Almost every American citizen has commented on the current campaign for presidency, regarding it the most debased one in US history. Christians have been at a complete loss as to what to do and how to vote. (more…)

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Oliver Hart and Bengt Holmstrom Win Nobel Prize in Economics

Two U.S.-based professors won the Nobel prize in economics on Monday for studying how to best design contracts, work that sheds light on when it makes sense to give a CEO a bonus or privatize public services like schools, hospitals and prisons. (more…)

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Detroit Bishop Wayne T. Jackson on Hosting Donald Trump: “This Is Not An Endorsement….I Owe This to My Viewers….Black Folks Don’t Need a Guardian From One Party or the Other”

Bishop Wayne T. Jackson doesn’t understand the controversy. (more…)

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Lorenzo Brown, Husband of Sister-2-Sister Publisher Jamie Brown, Dies of Cancer

Washington, D.C. — On August 21, 2015, prominent D.C. Businessman, Dr. Lorenzo Brown, PhD, Co-founder, President, and Managing Editor, Sister-2-Sister Magazine, and husband of Celebrity Pop Culture Journalist, Co-founder, and owner of Sister-2-Sister Magazine, Jamie Foster Brown, succumbed to cancer after a lengthy illness. He was 74. (more…)

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Harry R. Jackson, Jr. on ‘Black Money Matters’

No one living has missed the slogan “Black Lives Matter”! Even presidential contenders have been scolded because of their opinions about this slogan. But what about the economics of the black and brown communities? (more…)

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‘A Beautiful Mind’ – Nobel Prize-Winning Mathematician, John Nash, and Wife, Alicia Nash, Killed in Taxi Cab Crash

John Nash, the Nobel Prize-winning mathematician whose life story inspired the movie "A Beautiful Mind," and his wife, Alicia Nash, were killed Saturday in a car crash on the New Jersey Turnpike, TheHuffington Post and NJ.com reported, citing New Jersey State Police officials. Nash was 86.  (more…)

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Why It Is Economically Advantageous to Teach Coding to Young People

In what looks like a small startup office in a New York financial-district building earlier this year, a roomful of teenagers examined lines of code projected on to a classroom wall. The code made up Beyonce’s Twitter page, and the teens were figuring out how to collect and organize it.

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A Shattered Foundation: Wealthiest African American County Watches It All Vanish

Fred Bryant, shown with daughter Jayla, lives with his wife, Jennifer, and two daughters in a brick-front Colonial on a one-acre lot. / Michel du Cille African Americans for decades flocked to Prince George’s County to be part of a phenomenon that has been rare in American history: a community that grew

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