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40 suspects in Mexico Mormon massacre: lawyer

Mexico - Mexican authorities believe at least 40 people were involved in killing nine Mormon women and children in the north of the country in November, a lawyer for one of the families said Tuesday.

Mexican president meets with Mormon massacre victims' families

Mexico - Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador met Monday with relatives of nine Mormon women and children who were massacred in northern Mexico last month to discuss progress in the investigation.

Caravan from Mormon community flees Mexico after killings

An 18-vehicle caravan carrying about 100 members of an offshoot Mormon community leaving their homes in Mexico after a violent attack arrived in Arizona on Saturday.

Mormons in Mexico bury last victim of ambush

Mexico - A Mormon community based in northern Mexico buried on Saturday the last of nine members killed in an ambush that is being called a possible case of mistaken identity.

Mexico Mormons live under threat of narco violence

Mexico - Mexico's Mormons, who are mourning nine women and children killed in a massacre, have roots in the country going back to the late 1800s, but live under the constant threat of the criminal gangs they have dared to defy.

Families hold first funerals for Mormon massacre victims

Relatives held the first funerals Thursday for nine Mormon women and children murdered in northern Mexico, still reeling from pain and anger three days after the massacre.

Mexico probes narco group 'La Linea' in Mormon murders

Huachinera - Mexico alleged Wednesday that a drug cartel called "La Linea" massacred nine Mormon women and children in a case of mistaken identity, but devastated relatives insisted their loved ones were deliberately targeted.

Mexico probes narco group 'La Linea' in Mormon murders

Mexico - Mexican authorities said Wednesday they believe a drug cartel called "La Linea" was responsible for the murder of nine Mormon women and children, saying the massacre was committed with American-made ammunition.

Trump calls for 'war' on cartels after Mormons murdered in Mexico

Huachinera - President Donald Trump offered Tuesday to help Mexico hunt the killers of nine Mormon women and children shot dead in a lawless border area, and said the United States stood ready to back its southern neighbor in a "war" on drug cartels.

At least nine American Mormon community members killed in Mexico

Mexico - At least three women and six children from an American Mormon community based in northern Mexico have been killed in an ambush, a relative of the victims said on Monday.

More than 1,000 Mormons quit in Utah same-sex policy protest

Salt Lake City - At least 1,500 Latter-day Saints have resigned in protest of a new policy that prevents children of married same-sex couples from being baptized until they become adults, organizers of the movement said Sunday.

Mormon founder Joseph Smith had as many as 40 wives

Washington - The founder of Mormonism, which for decades allowed polygamy, had as many as 40 wives including one who was only 14, the US-based church has acknowledged.

'Miracle Girl?': Teen wakes from coma when family sings hymns

Provo - "An amazing miracle" has taken place deep in the heart of Mormon country, say family and friends of a brain-dead teenager who awoke from a coma after they sang hymns by her hospital bedside.

Op-Ed: Why doesn't Romney just prove that Sen. Reid is a 'dirty liar'?

Washington - It seems like every Republican in the world was on a Sunday talk show yesterday to say what a big, fat, dirty liar Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid was for saying Mitt Romney paid no taxes.

Baptists debate Mormonism: Joseph Smith compared with Mohammad

Oklahoma City - Professor Mark McClellan of Hobbs College of Theology at Oklahoma Baptist University and Kevin Graves, President of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Oklahoma City have spoken on the theological differences between Baptists and Mormons.

Maine Debate: Whose God should be worshiped in the White House?

Bangor - Bangor Daily News organized a "Maine Debate," titled, "Whose God Should be Worshiped in the White House?" The debate was scheduled for 9 a.m. to noon, Tuesday.

Mormons are a cult says 75% of American Protestant pastors

LifeWay Research, a body affiliated to the Southern Baptist Church, recently conducted a phone survey which showed that three out of four pastors in America agree with Pastor Robert Jeffress that Mormons are not Christians but a "cult."

California's Mormon Community At Risk Of Division Over Proposition 8

As Proposition 8 is one of the costliest and most heated campaigns in California, it is revealed that it is dividing up the Californian Mormon community.

For The First Time, Men of the FLDS Speak Out

On CBS’ “Early Show,” three of the men from the Texas compound run by the FLDS have spoken out. This is the first time that any of the male members of the sect have publicly spoken.

Fasting Leads to Clues to Combat Heart Disease

Cardiovascular disease is the cause of 30 percent of all global deaths and today scientists are finding that people who take a break from food for at least once a month are less likely to be diagnosed with clogged arteries.

Mormons Face Media Challenge With Olympic Influx

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (dpa) - Concerned leaders of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints met in February in their Salt Lake City chambers to write up a decree changing they way people refer to the church and its followers.The members of First ...

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