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  • Hillary Clinton vs. Bernie Sanders: 4 Things to Watch for at Tonight's Democratic Debate

    Just two days after Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders’ overwhelming victory over former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, the two are preparing to face off, head to head again for another nationally televised debate. All Eyes On Hillary: Fresh off the bruising loss in New Hampshire and new speculation…

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  • Congress Considers Weighing in on Airline Seat Sizes

    And at least one congressman is pushing the federal government to get involved to protect these consumers. Congressman Steve Cohen (D-TN 9th District), a member of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, is asking that the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) establish minimum seat…

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  • Iran Mocks US Sailors in Revolution Day Parade

    Ten American sailors were detained for roughly 24 hours after their Riverine command boats strayed into Iranian waters near Farsi Island. The State Department expressed its “disgust” at Iran’s decision to release that footage in a statement to ABC News. Last month, Defense Secretary Ash Carter…

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  • New Video From Iranian State TV Appears to Show US Sailor Crying While Detained

    New video broadcast on Iranian state TV today appears to show a U.S. sailor crying while briefly detained by Iran in early-January. The video released by the Islamic Republic of Iran News Network appears similar to footage aired at the time the sailors were detained, a U.S. Department of Defense…

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  • President Obama Bemoans 'Poisonous Political Climate,' Calls for Civility

    Being president is a “big deal” and something we should “revere,” Obama said. Though he did not mention any of the presidential candidates by name, his message to them, and to all politicians, was clear.

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  • Marco Rubio Admits Debate Performance ‘Didn’t Help’ Him in New Hampshire

    "I shouldn’t have done it that way because what it did was it moved me to a message that pivoted away from the question and gave this perception that I tried to evade it," Rubio told Karl Wednesday afternoon. Rubio placed fifth in the New Hampshire primary, according to the AP. Rubio then pivoted…

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  • The Biggest Takeaway From the Democratic New Hampshire Primary

    Perhaps the only surprise last night was Bernie Sanders’ competitiveness among nonwhites and mainline Democrats. Overall, as we’ve reported, nonwhites in New Hampshire divided evenly, 50-49 percent, Clinton-Sanders.

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  • What John Kasich Needs to Do After New Hampshire

    But that didn’t matter for Ohio Gov. John Kasich, who exceeded expectations on Tuesday night to grab the coveted second place spot in the New Hampshire Republican primary with 16 percent of the vote. Kasich and his allies, who had placed all of his electoral chips on the Granite State, snatched a…

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  • Ted Cruz Finishes Third in New Hampshire Primary

    Sen. Ted Cruz finished third in the New Hampshire primary, according to the Associated Press.With 94 percent of New Hampshire precincts reporting, the Texas senator secured about 12 percent of the vote.Last night, Cruz was locked in a battle with Florida Sen. Marco Rubio and former Florida Gov. Jeb…

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  • Indian Man Killed in Explosion Caused by Meteorite, Government Official Says

    Scientists are investigating a man's death after government officials initially said that he was killed by an explosion caused by a meteorite. One man was killed and three others were injured, according to The Times of India. According to the paper, chief minister J Jayalalithaa said that the…

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  • Woman Killed by Stray Bullet Had Been Warned by Father Not to Move to Chicago

    Aaren O'Connor, 25, moved from California to Chicago just over a year ago for a new job and to be with her boyfriend. "I pleaded with her when she told me she was going to go to Chicago. According to David O'Connor, Aaren was on the phone with her sister when the shooting happened.

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  • Cornell Frat President Accused of Attempted Rape Released From Custody, Not Allowed on Campus

    A Cornell University fraternity president accused of attempted rape and sexual abuse was released from custody today on his own recognizance, but a Cornell representative told ABC News the student is not allowed on campus, where he lives. Wolfgang Ballinger, 21, a member of Psi Upsilon's Chi…

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  • UN 'Horror' Report: Syrian Government Beats Thousands to Death

    The Syrian government has beaten or tortured to death thousands of detainees since the beginning of the civil war there, “horrors” only rivaled by the war crimes of some rebel Islamist groups like ISIS on the other side of the fight, a new United Nations report says. “In the Syrian Arab Republic,…

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  • Bus Overturns on Snowy Connecticut Highway En Route to Casino from NYC

    A bus was evacuated today after it rolled over on a snow-covered stretch of Interstate-95 near Madison, Connecticut, officials said.The charter bus was en route from New York City to the Mohegan Sun casino in Connecticut.Some passengers were sent to local hospitals for evaluation and treatment. The…

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  • Concussions May Increase Suicide Risk, Study Finds

    The risks of suffering a concussion have been under the spotlight in recent years, especially as the degenerative neurological illness known as chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) has been found in multiple football players after their deaths. The degenerative disease is believed to be linked…

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  • Suspected Bomb Hand-Off Caught on Camera Before Ill-Fated Flight

    Authorities in Somalia have released video footage from inside Mogadishu’s airport that they say shows a laptop packed with explosives being handed to a passenger before the mid-air explosion that forced a Daallo Airlines flight to make an emergency landing last week. In the video, reportedly…

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  • Obamas Hope to Fix White House's Spotty WiFi for Next First Family

    President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama are determined to fix the White House's sub-par WiFi before they leave 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue next year. "The whole tech thing, we've been trying to get that straight for the next group of folks," Obama said in an interview with CBS ahead of…

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