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Cruz has now won six states to Trump's 12, while Rubio has only one state in his column, and Kasich none. He said the move struck him as "profoundly wrong" and was something "kings and queens demand" of their subjects. An ABC News/Washington Post poll taken during the same time window (Mar. 3-6) finds Trump at 34 percent, Cruz 25, Rubio 18, and Kasich 13. A small, but influential, group of Republicans has raised the idea of backing a yet-to-be-determined third-party candidate .
  • Knife found at OJ Simpson's house

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    He told the officer where he found the knife , and the officer took it. According to his attorney, Maycott made a decision to keep the knife in a bag, storing it in his garage for years before finally turning it over to officials in January.
  • Zika Virus Reaches San Francisco

    Zika Virus Reaches San Francisco

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    Brazil remains the epicenter of the outbreak, as Zika continues to spread to other global regions. This rare condition has affected hundreds of babies in Brazil. "This is the closest we've gotten to causation", Adalja said. "I do not think we will, but we will be prepared for it anyway", Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the U.S.
  • Trump hesitates after support of former Klan leader

    Trump hesitates after support of former Klan leader

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    Or what's going on? "You know what's coming next", he said. Trump  said, "I can tell you the one person Hillary Clinton doesn't want to run against is me". "He's attaching himself to  Trump,  so, he can make himself relevant, because he is not relevant", said Dubos. “I just don't know anything about him”.
  • USA student Otto Warmbier 'stole propaganda' in N Korea

    USA student Otto Warmbier 'stole propaganda' in N Korea

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    The state-run Korean Central News Agency(KCNA) reported that Otto Warmbier held a news conference at the People's Palace of Culture in Pyongyang on Monday. He said the church member told him the slogan would be hung on its wall as a trophy. North Korea has a long history of detaining foreigners, and has used jailed American citizens in the past to exact high-profile visits from the U.S.
  • South China Sea Radar Control Another New Threat From China

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    One U.S. official, however, noted that China regularly sent jets to Woody Island, part of the Paracel archipelago controlled by Beijing. Citing commercial satellite imagery, the  Center for Strategic and International Studies , or CSIS, said the radars on the outposts of Gaven, Hughes, Johnson South and Cuarteron reefs could be key to helping China establish effective control over the strategically vital area's sea and airspace.
  • Bobbi Kristina Brown's Cause Of Death Is Revealed

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    TMZ  reports that the medical examiner was unable to confirm if the morphine in Bobbi Kristina's system had anything to do with the use of heroin. Brown's autopsy had been sealed following her death, but the  protective order  on the results was lifted on Thursday after local station  11Alive  News requested it be made public.
  • Obama meeting with Republicans on US Supreme Court vacancy failed, dispute continues

    Obama meeting with Republicans on US Supreme Court vacancy failed, dispute continues

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    First, he floated the name of a Republican governor in hopes that it would cause a rift in the Senate majority's principled stand against a rushed confirmation process in an election year. Monday, the White House pressed the issue with a series of tweets on the matter. The president and Republican senators are at odds over whether Obama should select a replacement for Scalia in an election year.
  • Pope Francis decries Yemen attack killing 16, including 4 nuns

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    Speaking to IANS, the official who is keeping in touch with Keralites in Yemen said the mother superior of the home, Sister Sally, had a narrow escape when the gunmen opened fire at the care home. Forces loyal to the government and southern militias regained control of Aden in July, aided by Saudi-led coalition air strikes and troops. The southern region, which is controlled by the internationally-recognized government backed by Saudi Arabia, is suffering from a power and security vacuum.
  • North Korea Ramps Up Nuclear Readiness

    North Korea Ramps Up Nuclear Readiness

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    The U.N. sanctions regime is expected to chip away at North Korea's already limited trade and economic ties. The United Nations imposed new sanctions on North Korea this week in response to its nuclear and missile tests. She recently warned of North Korea's future collapse, and South Korea's National Assembly passed a human rights bill that criticizes the North Korean government's abysmal treatment of its citizens.  Hours after the vote on the resolution, North Korea, increasingly ...
  • Cape Ann goes with Bernie Sanders, Donald Trump on Super Tuesday

    Cape Ann goes with Bernie Sanders, Donald Trump on Super Tuesday

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    The front-runners appeared ever more likely to end up in a general election showdown. He was seeking to stay competitive in the delegate count and hoping to pull off a win in his home state of Florida on March 15. "I ask you to prayerfully consider our coming together, united", Cruz said. Sanders himself knows Super Tuesday is going to be tough - but he has a plan to hang on, and make up any delegate deficit he incurs in bigger, later contests in NY and California.
  • Shots fired at cars in Manassas; children held at schools

    Shots fired at cars in Manassas; children held at schools

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    PWL The investigation has revealed that the incident was related to a drug deal and shots were fired into the suspects' house as well. Manassas City spokeswoman Patty Prince told WTOP that an anonymous source said there might be "high-powered rifles or automatic weapons inside the home".
  • Oil Price Climbs to 2-Month High on New Production Deal

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    USA crude oil inventories rose much more than expected in the past week. United States oil inventories hit a new record of 517.98m barrels last week, but production fell for the sixth consecutive straight week to 9.08m barrels per day, according to data released by the Energy Information Administration today.
  • North Korea Makes Nuclear Threat in Anti-US Propaganda Push

    North Korea Makes Nuclear Threat in Anti-US Propaganda Push

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    However it is believed that, at best, North Korea possesses a small-scale conventional nuclear weapon which would need to be deployed using its airforce. In its latest barrage of insults against South Korea'sleader, North Korea's official media carried a commentary on Wednesday likening Park to an "ugly female bat", fated to "die in the dreary cave, its body hanging down".
  • Kejriwal demands azadi from 'interferences' of Lt Guv, Centre

    Kejriwal demands azadi from 'interferences' of Lt Guv, Centre

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    Freed from Tihar jail this evening, the JNU student leader delivered a speech whose underlying theme was freedom itself: " Bharat se nahin, mere bhaiyon, Bharat mein azadi chahte hain (we don't want freedom from India, my brothers, we want freedom in India)".
  • Donald Trump Brags About Penis Size at GOP Debate

    Donald Trump Brags About Penis Size at GOP Debate

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    Earlier this week, Florida senator Rubio - branded "Little Marco" by Trump in reference to his height - raised eyebrows with a dig about the size of the his rival's hands. Trump has an estimated 320 delegates, while 225 are in Mr. Cruz's pocket, 113 belong to Mr. Rubio, 23 are committed to Mr. Kasich and eight go to Ben Carson, who announced Wednesday that he saw no path to the nomination after a disappointing Super Tuesday performance.
  • Super Tuesday Democratic results: Early exit polls

    Super Tuesday Democratic results: Early exit polls

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    The states holding primaries and caucuses for Super Tuesday are as follows; Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, Colorado, Georgia, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont, and Virginia. On the surface, this alarm seems well-founded. Those conflicted feelings may point to a lower, not higher, turnout among minorities in the general election.
  • Chris Christie: Trump did not hold me hostage

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    Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump , accompanied by New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, left, and his son, Eric Trump, third from left, speaks during a news conference on Super Tuesday primary election night in the White and Gold Ballroom at The Mar-A-Lago Club in Palm Beach, Fla., Tuesday, March 1, 2016.
  • Republican debate 2016: start time, schedule, and what to expect

    Republican debate 2016: start time, schedule, and what to expect

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    Republican strategists are openly discussing all kinds of "anyone but Trump" strategies, including ways a dark horse candidate might be able to enter the race and steal the nomination away. Saying a Trump presidency would endanger the United States, the MI native and former MA governor condemned Trump for his temperament, instability, dishonesty, vulgar language and juvenile behavior.
  • Preventing Sexually Transmitted Zika Virus

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    Two women chose to terminate their pregnancies. One of the unknowns is whether an apparently healthy baby, born to a woman who had the virus during pregnancy, will remain healthy or if the virus will cause problems in years to come. That's to prevent mosquitoes from biting them and possibly spreading Zika to others in the U.S. The type of mosquito that spreads Zika is in parts of the South.
  • Trump Leads, Clinton Ahead in NBC News/Survey Monkey Online National Poll

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    The results were released hours before voters in 13 states head to the polls for Super Tuesday. But he's failed to win a state so far, raising questions about his strategy for topping Trump . That would require Sanders to win 53% of the remaining delegates in remaining elections simply to tie Clinton , according to Cook Political Report analyst David Wasserman.
  • UN Marks World Wildlife Day

    UN Marks World Wildlife Day

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    On the ocassion of World Wildlife Day , it is essential to make people aware about the diversity of plants and wildlife in the world. The event also is supposed to warn of the dangers the poaching and traffic of species cause to wildlife. The sources stressed that Angola reaffirms its commitment to control of global trade of endangered species as well as regional and worldwide combat in collaboration with other worldwide counterparts.
  • Bernie Sanders Slams The Washington Post

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    Beyond Vermont, Sanders' wins came in Minnesota, Colorado and Oklahoma, where working-class white voters play a bigger role in Democratic contests. On the Democratic side there is dawning awareness that, despite polls showing Clinton would beat him in a head-to-head matchup, Trump may turn into a more formidable general election candidate than expected.
  • New Jersey Newspapers Want Gov. Chris Christie to Resign or Face Recall

    New Jersey Newspapers Want Gov. Chris Christie to Resign or Face Recall

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    Now, wherever Trump will go from here, Christie will follow him. His expression was so grave and his introduction of Trump so subdued that many people joked on the Internet that he looked like a hostage reading a coerced statement. "It was reasonable that he was given a great deal of leeway when he ran for president, because you could argue that New Jersey could benefit if he was elected".
  • Korea fires missiles after UN imposes tough sanctions

    Korea fires missiles after UN imposes tough sanctions

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    But enforcement was weak, and the sanctions contained enough loopholes that Pyongyang was able to repeatedly defy them. "Today, the global community, speaking with one voice, has sent Pyongyang a simple message: North Korea must abandon these unsafe programs and choose a better path for its people", said US President Barack Obama, according to the BBC.