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New Hampshire polls favor Sanders, Trump
New Hampshire's 2016 primaries are scheduled to be held Feb. 9.
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Leading up to his death, Iman celebrates Bowie and shares her thoughts in posts
Iman gives a glimpse into her thoughts on the final days leading up to David Bowie's death.
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Obama fields questions during gun-control town hall
'I have been unspeakably victimized once already, and I refuse to let that happen again to myself or my kids.'
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Lead in children's blood prompts Michigan city to declare state of emergency
The citizens of Flint, Mich., had been reporting problems and complaining to the city since April 2014. The city declared a state of emergency on Dec. 15.
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Is Islamic State making fake passports with Syrian data?
Is Islamic State making fake Syrian passports?
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FBI makes it official — San Bernardino inquiry is a terrorism case
The FBI makes it official: The San Bernardino, Calif., shootings are being investigated as a case of terrorism.
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Tensions surge after Turkey downs Russian military jet
A day after Turkey shot down a Russian military jet amid accusations of airspace violations, each side had pledged Wednesday not to go to war.
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Vice President Joe Biden contemplating a campaign 'from the heart'
A newly surfaced email suggests that Vice President Joe Biden is still considering to enter the race for the White House.
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Syrian migrant crisis engulfs Europe as leaders debate next steps
The ongoing Syrian refugee crisis hit new levels of chaos in Europe last weekend as tens of thousands of people traveled by foot and bus from the Middle East while the European Union's political leaders deliberated over the best way to deal with the
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Donald Trump Takes GOP Pledge
After weeks of adamant refusal to sign the GOP loyalty pledge, Donald Trump now says he is ready to commit to endorsing the chosen Republican primary nominee.
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Nearly Half Those Battling California's Wildfires Are Prison Inmates
California has seen 1,300 more fires in 2015 than during the same period in 2014, affecting over 100,000 acres of land.
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Authorities Declare State Of Emergency After Ferguson Protest Shootings
The relationship between the citizens in Ferguson, MO and police continues to make headlines.
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