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NYC School Worship Ban Headed for High Court?

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The issue of churches meeting in New York City public school buildings for Sunday services may be headed to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Sixteen years ago the Bronx Household of Faith sued the city over a policy preventing churches from holding worship services in public schools.
Lawyers with Alliance Defending Freedom have asked the high court to uphold the freedom of churches and other congregations to rent schools for services.

Netanyahu addresses Islamic terror threat in speech to UN General Assembly

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu had high praise for President Obama for leading the coalition attacking Islamic militants in Syria, and criticized those who condemned Israel for its war with Hamas in a speech to the United Nations Monday.

Speaking at the annual U.N. General Assembly meeting in New York, Netanyahu said the threat of Hamas and ISIS reaches far beyond Israel as Islamic militants across the globe share the same goal of world domination.   

ObamaCare insurance navigator with rocky history gets even more taxpayer money

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The federal government is giving an ObamaCare insurance navigator Seedco, which has a reported history of fraud, $1.4 million to operate in Tennessee this fiscal year. 

Last year, Seedco received $1.2 million for the same services in Tennessee. 

As reported, the federal government sued Seedco on the grounds it faked at least 1,400 of 6,500 job placements under a $22.2 million federally funded contract with New York City. 

Seedco, according to National Review, had to settle that lawsuit.