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The National Weather Service plans to surveyed damage in Lancaster and Bradford counties to determine whether it was caused by tornadoes. Two 600-foot chicken houses containing 16,000 birds were flattened, while cattle and other livestock became trapped in the rubble of collapsed barns.
  • The biggest impediment to stopping Trump may be John Kasich

    The biggest impediment to stopping Trump may be John Kasich

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    In contrast, Kasich comes in second with 26 percent, and his support is lowest among the tea party. In key showdowns against home court favorites, Donald Trump leads in Ohio but trails in Texas, polls revealed on Tuesday. Kasich's or Mr. Cruz's supporters who said the same. Yet 36 percent of all likely Republican primary voters gave him an unfavorable rating. NBC's Hallie Jackson from last night: "A startling shakeup for Ted Cruz, firing his top aide for tweeting this inaccurate video ...
  • President Obama presents Guantanamo closure plan

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    His plan includes not only shutting down the prison, where the worst of the world's terrorists are housed but transfers numerous remaining detainees to the United States. "President Obama continues to put campaign promises ahead of national security", Perdue said. He added that not only Republicans but also many in Obama's own Democratic Party opposed detainee transfers to USA soil.
  • Kate Middleton visits Edinburgh children's projects

    Kate Middleton visits Edinburgh children's projects

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    The Duchess of Cambridge was playing tennis with Andy Murray's mother Judy at Craigmount High School in Edinburgh. Looking as elegant as ever in a forest green Max Mara coat and black-and-white houndstooth skirt by Le Kilt , Duchess Kate, who is known as The Countess of Strathearn in Scotland, began her day by checking in on St.
  • Donald Trump Wins Nevada in a Landslide

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    Trump appears to have steamrolled through all of that, dominating not just Nevada's unreliable polls, but capturing the excitement and buzz in the race with his visits here. John Galardi, 73, a Republican from Las Vegas who is retired from a construction company, said the session he attended drew between 40-50 others. "I like everything about him.
  • Cliven Bundy Indicted by Federal Grand Jury

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    Those involved in the wildlife refuge standoff will face trial in OR before being returned to Nevada for prosecution for their 2014 charges, while Cliven Bundy will first face federal prosecution for the 2014 charges in Nevada. "This is a continuation of them overreaching - going far beyond their constitutional bounds and showing that they are willing to use the court system to prosecute people that were defending their rights; defending their property", Ammon Bundy said in the message.
  • Delegate Count Shows Sanders Slipping Behind Clinton

    Delegate Count Shows Sanders Slipping Behind Clinton

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    His path to the Democratic nomination, already steep, has narrowed considerably now that Clinton has reestablished herself as the front-runner. Sanders, meanwhile, has one win under his belt, handing a stinging 22-point defeat to Clinton in the New Hampshire primary.
  • Bill Cosby's wife 'reserved' at tense deposition

    Bill Cosby's wife 'reserved' at tense deposition

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    District Court judge to stop her testimony. Cammarata had said he sought from to learn from her "issues important to the case" and about the entertainer's "relationship to her, to other women". He hopes that Camille's observations will help a jury decide if Cosby "is a truth teller". Under Massachusetts law, spouses cannot be compelled to testify against one another in criminal cases.
  • Bernie Sanders' Arrest at 1963 Civil Rights Protest Caught on Camera

    Bernie Sanders' Arrest at 1963 Civil Rights Protest Caught on Camera

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    A video of a young Bernie Sanders being arrested during a civil rights protest will no doubt help him blunt criticism that he wasn't really a civil rights activist. Sanders has seen the photograph, according to his campaign, and confirms he's the young man being arrested. "He looked at it - he actually has his student ID from the University of Chicago in his wallet - and he said, 'Yes, that indeed is (me).'" Sanders, a United States senator from Vermont, was traveling Friday near ...
  • Obama to pay respects at court, won't attend Scalia funeral

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    She said this will cause more polarization between the two parties. Besides all the conspiracy theories about Scalia's death, I am baffled by the speed at which the Republican leadership started condemning Obama for even letting the word "nominate" enter his brain.
  • South Carolina Is Clairvoyant In Republican Primaries

    South Carolina Is Clairvoyant In Republican Primaries

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    Here's a quick trip down memory lane, with a look at some of the more infamous dirty tricks in SC politics in recent decades. There are also a lot more registered voters in the state - almost 3 million, or 230,000 more than in 2012. "If you don't get the person in there in the primaries, you're losing a big opportunity to have them there for the regular normal election", Clinton said.
  • Cliven Bundy and Four Others Indicted by Federal Grand Jury

    Cliven Bundy and Four Others Indicted by Federal Grand Jury

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    Attorney Bogden said of the indictments. Ammon Bundy, of Idaho, Ryan Bundy, of Nevada, Ryan Payne, of Montana, and Peter Santilli of OH, were also indicted by the Nevada grand jury Wednesday. Ammon Bundy is accused of leading a group of around 200 armed protesters to confront the federal agents holding the cattle. Following an armed standoff, the federal agents ultimately backed down, citing safety concerns and returned the cattle they had seized.
  • Ben Carson vows to soldier on despite South Carolina loss

    Ben Carson vows to soldier on despite South Carolina loss

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    Cruz, for his part, has blamed the "misunderstanding" on CNN , who reported that Carson had returned to Florida during the Iowa caucus to pick up some fresh clothes, an act that Cruz claims led him to believe Carson was, in fact, returning to the Sunshine State to announce his removal from the race rather than to briefly weep into his pile of clean laundry.
  • Republican Presidential Candidate John Kasich Says He Will Not Fight Gay Marriage

    Republican Presidential Candidate John Kasich Says He Will Not Fight Gay Marriage

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    A young man, who did not identify himself by name, drove up to the event from the University of Georgia to tell Kasich that during a dark time in his life, Kasich's candidacy gave him hope. Jeb Bush, who lags at 4 percent. The State  editorial board wrote in its  endorsement  published Wednesday that Palmetto State voters should "ignore the blather of candidates without real credentials to lead the country".
  • Chelsea send Jose Mourinho a set of gifts to thank him

    Chelsea send Jose Mourinho a set of gifts to thank him

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    Shaun Goater believes that Manchester United simply have to appoint Jose Mourinho as their manager next season. "You can't dispute the success he has had - that is why I am sure Manchester United are looking at him. "After being together for lunch, we will go to San Siro, bringing with us the spirit of Inter, with the hope and happiness to see Inter win". Inter have a project and that is Erick Thohir and Roberto Mancini .
  • Republicans Voting In South Carolina Primary

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    However, Trump appears confident that his lead will hold up on Saturday, having proven that his campaign, despite doubts about his ground game, was able to turn poll numbers into significant amounts of votes in New Hampshire. A top strategist, John Weaver, tells reporters that however the Republican candidate does in Saturday's primary; Kasich's showing will be enough to "drive somebody else out of the race".
  • Kasich will skip S.C. primary for New England campaign stops

    Kasich will skip S.C. primary for New England campaign stops

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    Republican U.S. presidential candidate Ohio Gov. John Kasich speaks at the 2016 U.S. Republican presidential candidates debate held by CNBC in Boulder, Colorado, October 28, 2015. The plans underline Kasich's strategy to win the minds of moderate Republican primary voters. Kasich has used a similar answer before in an apparent effort to showcase his tolerance toward the LGBT community.
  • JebBush.com redirects to Trump campaign site

    JebBush.com redirects to Trump campaign site

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    Now it's been discovered that someone has redirected a formerly idle domain , JebBush.com, to Donald Trump's actual campaign website. But candidates typically buy unclaimed websites, since leaving them up for grabs has proven to be a liability to candidates in the past.
  • Albert Woodfox, Last of 'Angola 3' Prisoners, to Be Released

    Albert Woodfox, Last of 'Angola 3' Prisoners, to Be Released

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    Francisville, about 30 miles north of Baton Rouge. One of the men suspected of killing an Angola prison guard decades ago pleaded no contest to lesser charges Friday morning and was ordered to be released from prison. He had always maintained his innocence. The plea is not an admission of guilt, but Landry stressed that it does result in a conviction. UN Special Rapporteur on Torture Juan Mendez decried the indefinite solitary confinement imposed on Woodfox, saying that it "clearly amounts ...
  • Albert Woodfox, Last of 'Angola Three' inmates, released

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    Albert Woodfox , the last of the "Angola 3" who was still imprisoned, has now been released from prison . Woodfox, who was sent to the hole for the 1972 killing of prison guard Brent Miller, also thanked the two other members of the Angola 3, Robert King and Herman Wallace .
  • The Duchess of Cambridge Proves the Belted Coat Is Back, Baby

    The Duchess of Cambridge Proves the Belted Coat Is Back, Baby

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    William and Kate travelled by helicopter to the base to attend the Search and Rescue Force Disbandment Parade, to honour the end of more than 75 years of the RAF SAR UK operations - an organisation particularly close to William's heart, as it was where he served as a pilot.
  • Ted Cruz surprisingly tops Donald Trump in latest poll

    Ted Cruz surprisingly tops Donald Trump in latest poll

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    The governor delivered a well-received GOP response to President Obama's State of the Union address last month, though her exhortation to "resist the temptation" to follow the "angriest voices", referring clearly, at least in part, to Donald Trump, drew some incoming fire from frontrunner and others.
  • Chinese New Year rings in Year of the Monkey

    Chinese New Year rings in Year of the Monkey

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    THERE were celebrations all over Bromsgrove this week for Chinese New Year, with youngsters dressing up to help mark the year of the monkey, and everyone tucking into some tasty Chinese food. There are 56 officially recognized ethnic groups in China, each of which has its own folk dance. These days, the Lunar New Year celebrations extend beyond the traditional Chinese and Vietnamese communities in Houston.
  • Meet CJ -- Westminster Dog Show's Best In Show

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    Only twice in Westminster's 139-year history had a German shorthaired pointer been named best in show, most recently when CJ's grandmother Carlee, co-owned by Nunes-Atkinson, won in 2005. According to the AP, it was his 18th overall best in show win. CJ's co-owner and breeder Valerie Nunes-Atkinson - of Newport Beach, California - dropped to her knees and kissed the pooch after the big win.
  • Bill Cosby Files Lawsuit Against Accuser Andrea Constand

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    Details were initially murky on Bill Cosby's breach-of-contract lawsuit against Andrea Constand , his alleged victim of sexual assault, but now we know. Cosby". "As a result of Andrea Constand's breaches of the 2006 Confidential Settlement Agreement, Cosby has suffered serious and irreparable harm that cannot be cured by money damages and also has suffered substantial monetary damages, in an amount to be proven at trial", the complaint states.
  • Vote counting begins in Uganda election

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    President Yoweri Museveni is widely predicted to win a fifth term, with the 71-year-old former rebel fighter who seized power in 1986 entering his fourth decade in power. Commonwealth Observer Group chairperson, Olusegun Obasanjo, who is also ex-Nigerian president, told media in Kampala's Makindye division: "A delay of an hour or two is excusable...
  • Russian air strikes in Syria intensifying: U.S. military

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    However, State Department spokesman Mark Toner on Tuesday stressed only the need to "see some progress on a cessation of hostilities in the coming days". Because of that, its work has been limited to areas held by opposition forces. In neighboring Idlib, five patients, a caretaker and a hospital guard were killed in two missile strikes on a hospital supported by Medecins Sans Frontieres.
  • The Latest, cruise ship damage: Passenger 'shaking all over'

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    Meanwhile, she said, ship's Capt. Claus Anderson kept turning the ship to face into the wind, to try and stabilize it. At times, Solon said, there was a 45-degree tilt to the deck. eanwhile, she said, ship's Capt. Claus Anderson kept turning the ship to face into the wind, to try and stabilize it. At times, Solon said, there was a 45-degree tilt to the deck.
  • Obama censures GOP senator over Scalia replacement

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    Congressional Republicans have attempted to invalidate the will of the majority of voters in the United States by obstructing President Obama . "To leave the seat vacant at this critical moment in American history is a little bit like saying, 'God forbid something happen to the president and the vice president, we're not going to fill the presidency for another year and a half, ' " Biden said.