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Voices are being heard among the political classes about the possibility of replacing Clinton on the Democratic ticket with Vice President Joe Biden should that become necessary. She's also not weighing in on whether or not she'd love to run against the mogul, only calling it "quote the showdown" were it to happen. Campaign manager Dave Hamrick said it was clear that "both Sen".
  • Shore area slammed by snow, winds as storm pushes across New Jersey

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    National Weather Service meteorologist Gary Szatkowski said Cape May appears to have set a new all-time record for coastal flooding. More than three years after Superstorm Sandy caused massive flooding damage in the region, officials said they were not expecting that level of storm surge but were nevertheless prepared for anything.
  • US, Iraq step up coordinating efforts for Mosul

    US, Iraq step up coordinating efforts for Mosul

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    Most recently, two-jet teams of CF-18s struck near the militant-held city of Mosul on January 15, and near Tikrit a day earlier, according to a breakdown of Canadian airstrikes published online by the defense ministry. 96 Normal 0 false false false EN-US JA ...
  • Northeast Blizzard 2016 Storm Updates

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    Another 1,235 flights were canceled for Sunday. Cancelations have centered on Charlotte and Raleigh, North Carolina, Philadelphia, Washington and NY, with airlines essentially shutting down all flights into those cities. It also lets airlines restart the system quicker because they have planes and crews in place. A number of airlines are planning to have a reduced schedule of arrivals and departures.
  • Runways at Dulles, Reagan airports expected to remain closed through Sunday

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    Air service had ground to a halt across much of the East Coast on Saturday as a major winter storm brought snow, ice and blizzard conditions to areas from the Carolinas to New England. As of late Friday night, American Airlines alone had issued waivers for 42 airports. All major airlines have issued waivers for travelers who booked flights this weekend, allowing them to rebook onto different flights to avoid the storm.
  • Images from the winter storm slamming the East Coast

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    The team noted that being stuck in cramped conditions wasn't too much of a challenge, since they were gymnasts, after all; the church group, returning to in from an anti-abortion protest in D.C., told the wire service they were on a pilgrimage and "there's going to be some suffering with that".
  • People Were 1 Number Away From Winning Powerball Jackpot

    People Were 1 Number Away From Winning Powerball Jackpot

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    Lottery officials initially estimated the jackpot would be $1.3 Billion, but with sales continuing to grow, officials raised the estimated jackpot to $1.4 Billion on Monday. Also, people who need instant gratification and can't wait for the twice-weekly drawings can buy scratch-off tickets. He said QuikTrip stores have been busy for almost two weeks since Powerball's jackpot first climbed into ridiculous levels.
  • David Bowie was 'optimistic' about cancer recovery

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    He might not have wanted a fuss, but his fans haven't let him go quietly. This would totally be his style. Fans of the star are continuing to gather at his home in the city following his death at the weekend. A memorial concert is also planned for New York's Carnegie Hall in March. As yet there is no official confirmation of the type of cancer Bowie had, but Belgian stage director Ivo van Hove, who directed Bowie's current off-Broadway play Lazarus, told Dutch public radio broadcaster ...
  • US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump

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    Trump and Texas Senator Ted Cruz, Trump's chief obstacle to a victory in Iowa's February 1 caucuses, held competing rallies across the state while in New Hampshire, other candidates battled for votes in that state's February 9 first-in-the-nation primary.
  • Haiti election postponed amid street violence

    Haiti election postponed amid street violence

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    Haiti's newly appointed senators voted nearly unanimously to postpone the vote earlier this week, and the Catholic church, business groups and local election observers warned an election under such conditions would not be credible. "Proceeding with the electoral calendar as provided by the Haitian Constitution will avoid going into an extra-constitutional, de-facto government leadership crisis", said Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Kenneth H.
  • 'Plane wreckage' found off Thailand

    'Plane wreckage' found off Thailand

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    Citing the village chief of Pak Phanang district, global newswire Reuters reported the piece to measure three meters long and two meters wide. So far, only one piece of wreckage has been recovered of the plane, washing up on Reunion Island in July 2015.
  • Zika virus affected baby born in Hawaii with microcephaly

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    The level two travel alert applies to Brazil , Colombia, El Salvador, French Guiana, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Martinique, Mexico, Panama, Paraguay, Suriname, Venezuela and the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico. The mosquitoes that spread the virus bite mostly during the day and also spread dengue and chikungunya diseases. Zika virus is an emerging mosquito-borne virus that was first identified in Uganda in 1947 in rhesus monkeys through a monitoring network of sylvatic yellow fever.
  • Latest Poll: Bernie Sanders, Donald Trump Hold Leads In Iowa

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    Sanders, on the other hand, served as an independent in the House of Representatives from 1991 to 2006 and has served as an independent senator since 2007. She also was seen as more likely to win the general election in November, 60 percent to 38 percent. "I think she's a smart lady and I think she has a lot of experience and she could really do a lot of great things for us", she said.
  • Haiti Runoff Election Postponed Amid Violent Protests

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    Celestin has complained of fraud and electoral rigging, and was quoted as saying that the first round was "an electoral coup", and that Sunday's vote would have not been "an election, but a selection because there is only one candidate". U.S. Republican presidential candidate, Senator Marco Rubio from Florida, told Reuters Haiti must lay out "a clear timeline" for a democratic election.
  • Bernie Sanders to campaign in Sioux City

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    Or, more simply, as Bernie Sanders himself has said , "Don't underestimate me". Like the last debate, this one will feature all three of the remaining Democratic candidates: Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders , and Martin O'Malley. It wasn't that long ago that Clinton backed a universal health care plan similar to the one Sanders supports now. "Look, I have worked for him off and on for 30 years, I managed his Senate mapping in 2006, a very vicious race where we were attacked on ...
  • Should the Cleveland Cavaliers Trade Kevin Love?

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    Griffin confirmed that the decision was his alone . Among the factors that many believe contributed to Blatt's dismissal was the fact that the two losses Cleveland suffered recently came against Golden State and San Antonio by a combined 36 points.
  • Donald Trump vs. Megyn Kelly: The sequel begins

    Donald Trump vs. Megyn Kelly: The sequel begins

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    Washington Times columnist Charles Hurt further told Kelly that he didn't expect the National Review's attack have much of an effect on Trump's supporters. "Your Twitter account has several disparaging comments about women's looks". Perhaps the Donald Trump's Megyn Kelly tweet was lost in the faux outrage on social media about the GOP front-runner's very bad joke/boast about shooting supporters on New York City's Fifth Avenue.
  • Bernie Sanders can win Iowa and New Hampshire. Then what?

    Bernie Sanders can win Iowa and New Hampshire. Then what?

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    The former secretary of state is fighting to regain her lead in the race, with polls show Sanders gaining traction in Iowa and New Hampshire . "You'll do anything to not watch the Republican debates ". Brock, who once was a Clinton antagonist, is now a vocal Clinton defender and surrogate. In addition, some of the issues Sanders is most passionate about are problems directly influencing young women today, such as expanding Planned Parenthood and making college tuition lower or-dare I ...
  • Donald Trump Get His Own Theme Song From the Freedom Kids

    Donald Trump Get His Own Theme Song From the Freedom Kids

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    USA Freedom Kids has a scheduled live show in Southwest Florida and is in negotiations to broadcast it nationally, he said . They lack the rebel image of, say, the Shangri-Las - or the Spice Girls, for that matter. Trump took his fair share of jabs at fellow candidates, including former Gov. Jeb Bush and Sen. "I don't think Trump gives a damn about what people think", Hetzel said.
  • First winter storm of 2016

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    Cars and even trucks will get stuck in snow this deep, stranding the occupants in blizzard conditions . The National Weather Service's experimental "most likely snowfall" accumulation map for this weekend's storm, as of 3:37 a.m. According to flight tracking service Flight Aware, there are a little more than 22,000 flights scheduled to, from or within the U.S. That's about 5,000 fewer flights - and 400,000 fewer passengers - than on Thursday or Friday.
  • Weather advisory updated, calling for more snow in south

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    Tonight more snow is expected, with new accumulation of 2 to 4 inches possible. By Wednesday night , the forecast drops to a 40 percent chance of rain with a low around 35 degrees. The first wave arrives Friday morning with snow levels that might start at lake elevation, but will likely climb to almost 7,000 feet by the afternoon.
  • Owner of Pomona nursing home talks about Powerball prank

    Owner of Pomona nursing home talks about Powerball prank

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    She woke up to a text from a fellow Tiny Tornado saying one of their tickets matched all five white ball numbers in order, 8-27-34-4-19, but not the Powerball number of 10. The winners could get the jackpot in annual payments over 29 years, or opt for a lump-sum payment. Their daughter Tiffany, who flew with them to NY and back, also wants a horse.
  • Clinton's response to Bernie Sanders has some Democrats anxious

    Clinton's response to Bernie Sanders has some Democrats anxious

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    Karly Sigmund, a 19-year-old freshman from Altoona, Iowa , said she doesn't even listen to Lovato - she just wanted to see Clinton - but she's still leaning toward supporting Sanders. "You hear a promise to build a whole new system, but that's not what you'll get", Clinton said. "I am leaning more toward Bernie but I have never heard anything that Hillary has to say besides the debates", Sigmund said.
  • At Least Four Dead in Canada School Shooting

    At Least Four Dead in Canada School Shooting

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    GMT). At a hurriedly convened press conference from the Davos Economic Forum in Switzerland, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau called the situation "every parent's worst nightmare" and expressed his sympathy and solidarity. "I still haven't seen her body and it's breaking my heart knowing that she gonna spend the night on the hard floor", Park said. "So of course I started running".
  • SCOTUS' ruling on immigration could have big impact in Mass.

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    The Alabama Coalition for Immigrant Justice and the Hispanic Interest Coalition of Alabama today applauded the U.S. Supreme Court's decision to hear arguments in a case over President Obama's immigration policies, which they support. Cases that the Court agrees to hear this time of year are right on the cusp between those that will be heard during the present term and those that will need to wait until the Court reconvenes in the fall.
  • Blizzard dumping snow in South; DC mayor says 'hunker down'

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    The National Weather Service is predicting around 2 feet of snow in D.C., 12-18 inches in Philadelphia, up to a foot in New York City. State offices are closed across Tennessee , The Associated Press reports, and Pennsylvania and West Virginia have both declared a state of emergency.
  • Oil services giant Schlumberger is buying $10 billion of itself

    Oil services giant Schlumberger is buying $10 billion of itself

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    The oil field services company said its workforce has been reduced by more than 25%. Schlumberger Ltd cut another 10,000 jobs to cope with a crude market collapse that's forced its customers to slash spending for two consecutive years. Kibsgaard also confirmed Schlumberger has a new partnership with Bermuda-based Golar LNG to develop gas reserves with the help of Golar's floating liquefied natural gas assets.
  • North Korea says detains U.S. student for 'hostile act'

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    It comes as the US State Department investigates reports of another US citizen being held by the secretive state. The company's website says it "provides budget tours to destinations your mother would rather you stayed away from". Kasich says North Korea should either produce immediate evidence of Warmbier's alleged anti-state activities or release him immediately. Their family have been informed and we are in contact with the Swedish Embassy, (who act as the protecting interest for U.S ...
  • Obama Immigration Actions To Be Ruled On, Examined

    Obama Immigration Actions To Be Ruled On, Examined

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    The fate of President Barack Obama's immigration actions is now in the hands of the Supreme Court . Lower courts have put those programs on hold amid claims Obama exceeded his authority, but the Supreme Court agreed to have the final word.
  • Flint water crisis: EPA regional official resigns, emergency order issued

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    EPA head Gina McCarthy accepted Hedman's resignation "given Susan's strong interest in ensuring that EPA Region 5's focus remains exclusively on the restoration of Flint's drinking water", the agency said in a  statement . The agency also said it would begin sampling and analyzing lead levels and would make the results public. "Government failed you - federal, state and local leaders - by breaking the trust you place in us".
  • Northern Saskatchewan school in lockdown after shooting

    Northern Saskatchewan school in lockdown after shooting

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    Both the La Loche Community School and elementary school in northern Saskatchewan are in lock down, according to the school's Facebook page . Emergency crews are on scene at a La Loche high school following reports of an active shooter. The investigation in this incident is in its preliminary stages and police will provide more information as it becomes available. RCMP say the Ducharme Building, located blocks away from Dene, has been locked down as a precaution.
  • Will Smith breaks silence on Oscars, wife Jada's proposed boycott

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    On Monday, Pinkett Smith declared she wouldn't be attending or watching and recorded a video message where she said it was time for "people of color" to disregard the awards. "This is about children that are going to sit down, and they're going to watch the show, and they're not going to see themselves represented". Smith echoed what fellow superstar actor George Clooney said earlier in the week: that it feels like Hollywood is slipping in "the wrong direction" when it comes to ...