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  • Minnesota Sen. Klobuchar Confident Clinton Will Avoid Repeat of '08

    Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar is confident Hillary Clinton’s campaign will avoid a repeat of 2008, when she lost the Democratic presidential nomination to then-Sen. Barack Obama, even as the party's frontrunner starts to slip in the Iowa polls and faces growing controversy over her private email…

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  • Bernie Sanders: 'People Are Responding to Our Message'

    “You know, it’s not just in Iowa. Sanders admitted that Clinton was “way ahead" of him in terms of her support among Democratic Party and institutional leaders, but argued that many of them might still support him in the end. “Democratic leaders are not dumb," said Sanders, the longest-serving…

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  • Gov. Bobby Jindal Predicts Donald Trump Support Will Fade After 'Summer of Silliness'

    Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal expressed optimism for his own presidential campaign in the face of Donald Trump's surging popularity, calling it a symptom of the early campaign season. Like several of his fellow Republican presidential candidates, Jindal said Trump has tapped into "anger" and…

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  • Senior ISIS Member Killed by Drone Strike Inside Syria

    The U.S. military says it had killed Junaid Hussain, a senior ISIS recruiter and cyber specialist during a drone strike in Syria. Hussain's death was confirmed in a tweet from Brett McGurk, the Deputy Special Presidential Envoy to the Global Coalition to Counter ISIL. Hussain is believed to be a…

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  • Little-Known Rule 48 and Other Stock Regulations That Can Affect Your Money

    For three straight days this week, the New York Stock Exchange put into action "Rule 48," which can essentially speed up the opening of trading to prevent a panicky sell-off all at once. Charles Jones, Columbia Business School professor, explains that the rule is important, because NYSE’s opening…

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  • Ashley Madison Hack: CEO Noel Biderman Is Stepping Down

    Noel Biderman, the CEO of Avid Life Media, the parent company of adultery website Ashley Madison, is stepping down from the company in the wake of an unprecedented hack that left 37 million customers exposed. Nicknamed the "King of Infidelity," Biderman was the chief operating officer of the…

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  • Buzz Aldrin's Master Plan for Colonizing Mars

    Leave it to Buzz Aldrin to come up with a grand plan for colonizing Mars. Aldrin, 85, who was the second person to walk on the moon in 1969, is teaming up with the Florida Institute of Technology to create an actionable plan for getting humans to Mars in the next quarter century. Mars is located…

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  • Hillary Clinton Compares GOP Stance on Women's Health to Terrorists' Views

    Hillary Clinton compared her Republican rivals’ views on women’s health issues to those of “terrorist groups” in a Cleveland speech today. “Extreme views about women, we expect them from some of the terrorist groups, we expect that from people who don’t want to live in the modern world, but it’s a…

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  • How Words Like Butt-Dial and Redditor Make It Into the Oxford English Dictionary

    Redditor, shareable and butt-dial are among the latest words to join the Oxford English Dictionary, which keeps the definitive record of words that have permeated the English language. Clifford Sofield, an assistant editor at Oxford English Dictionary, told ABC News a team of editors is…

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  • Uber's Latest Move Into the World of Self-Driving Cars

    Uber's latest move into the world of self-driving cars is taking the ride-hailing service to Arizona. Partnering with the University of Arizona's College of Optical Science, Uber will focus on safety and mapping technology for driverless vehicles, company officials said. "We’re still in the early…

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  • How Scott Walker's Bargain Hunting at Kohl's Informs His Economic Policy

    Scott Walker likes to wear inexpensive clothes. It’s a fact the Republican presidential candidate quite literally wears with pride, pointing out on one occasion that he was wearing a sweater that was purchased for just $1 at Kohl’s department store. Another time, he took to Twitter to brag about…

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  • Hunter Biden Denies Ashley Madison Account Using His Email Address Belongs to Him

    Vice President Joe Biden’s son Hunter Biden says the profile that uses his email address on the hacked “cheating” website Ashley Madison does not belong to him. “I am certain that the account in question is not mine,” Hunter Biden said in a statement provided to ABC News. News of the account…

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  • This Is Where the First McDonald's Locations in Siberia Will Be

    McDonald's is expanding its global reach to what's commonly known to as one of the most remote regions of the world: Siberia. The biggest burger chain in the world announced that it will have up to 20 locations in four regions in western Siberia: Novosibirsk, Tomsk, Kemerovo and Altay. The…

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  • Scott Walker Says He’s Not Seeking to Repeal 14th Amendment

    Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker said he has no plans to alter the 14th Amendment, which grants citizenship to anyone born in the United States. In an interview earlier this week, Walker seemed to indicate his support for getting rid of the constitutional right of birthright citizenship before stepping…

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  • Donald Trump Plans on Executing Immigration Plan Through 'Management’

    Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump today defended his newly released immigration reform plan, which calls for the deportation of millions of undocumented workers in the United States, saying he’ll accomplish the objectives through “management.”In a plan released earlier this month,…

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  • Former New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson Endorses Hillary Clinton for President

    Former New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson said he will support Hillary Clinton in her bid for the presidency. In an exclusive statement to ABC News, Richardson said after speaking with former President Bill Clinton and his wife, "we have patched up our disagreement from the 2008 election." The former…

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  • ISIS Second in Command Killed by US Airstrike, White House Says

    A senior ISIS operative and second in the terror group’s chain of command, Fadhil Ahmad al-Hayali, was killed in a U.S. military air strike Tuesday, the White House announced today. Al-Hayali, also known as Hajji Mutazz, was traveling in a vehicle near Mosul, Iraq, along with another ISIS…

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