Daily Archives: June 12, 2017

Kansas church’s vandalism brings pastor to tears

A pastor in Kansas City, Kan., said he knew his church had been vandalized — but what he saw led him to break down in tears. Pastor Bryan Mann of the Bethel Seventh Day Adventist Church got the call from his head deacon on Sunday morning, alerting him to the overnight vandalism. Upon seeing the destruction, Mann said, “I expected ...

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Brad Pitt & Angelina Joile Relationship Updates: Brad Might Dating Sienna Miller, Reports : Trending News : Sports World News

Brad Pitt & Angelina Joile Relationship Updates: Brad Might Dating Sienna Miller, Reports Sign Up for Sports World News’ Newsletter and never miss out on our most popular stories. HOLLYWOOD, CA – APRIL 05: Executive producer Brad Pitt attends the premiere of Amazon Studios’ ‘The Lost City Of Z’ at ArcLight Hollywood on April 5, 2017 in Hollywood, California. (Photo ...

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How to keep tabs on Atlantic hurricanes

IN SEPTEMBER 1961 a small hurricane called Esther swirled into being above the warm waters of the mid-Atlantic. It bore down on America’s east coast, executed a graceful clockwise loop-the-loop off the shores of New York, then gusted up through Maine and into Quebec as little more than a squall. Esther’s place in history was not assured through its destructive ...

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A new paper rekindles a tiresome debate on immigration and wages

WHAT effect do immigrants have on native wages? It’s perhaps one of the most important questions of labour economics. It’s also one that is largely unanswerable. The problem is that it’s almost impossible to separate cause and effect. If a country with high rates of immigration also sees strong wage growth, we can’t assume that immigrants are boosting wages—it may ...

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