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Several indicators also suggest Rubio could have a strong showing. The poll surveyed 13,129 adults between February 8 and February 14 with 11,417 registered voters and a 1.1 percentage point margin of error. Nearly one in three (31%) of Trump's SC supporters would ban gay people from entering the US, almost double of any other candidate's supporters. Forty percent of Trump supporters agree that all mosques in the United States should be shut down.
  • GOP Presidential Debate in SC

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    Just six contenders will face off Saturday in  Greenville , South Carolina, far from the long line of candidates who took the stage in earlier GOP debates. My dad is the greatest man alive in my mind. Florida Sen.  Marco Rubio , 44, who hasn't exactly been an ally of Jeb in recent months, even joined with the former Florida governor in arguing that President Bush had kept the nation safe, which again led to Trump saying "the World Trade center came down" during Bush's presidency.
  • Will LSU football be scuttled because of budget cuts?

    Will LSU football be scuttled because of budget cuts?

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    Edwards made it clear he believes this requires similar urgency. The Department of Health and Hospitals is already facing severe cuts. His assessment: "We're entering what amounts to a state recession". "I am fully aware that I did not campaign on a platform of raising taxes, but the state's deficit is now more than twice as big as anyone ever anticipated", said Edwards.
  • Two Baton Rouge police officers shot

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    A source told WBRZ Channel 2 that the suspect showed up at his girlfriend's house where she lived with her mom and her mom's boyfriend. The suspect was also taken to a hospital where he was in stable condition and undergoing surgery. Chambers says Smith, the son of her godmother, has been living with her since December. At least one officer was wearing a body camera. Police have not released the names of the injured cops or the suspect.
  • Polls Give Donald Trump Huge Advantage Going Into South Carolina

    Polls Give Donald Trump Huge Advantage Going Into South Carolina

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    Trump also faces a tough challenge from the remaining Republican candidates. Kasich (mostly) maintains that he's a nice guy. Apparently you don't have to personally have coffee with every single resident of New Hampshire to crush your opponents in the primary.
  • Royal Caribbean cruise ship thrashed by storm

    Royal Caribbean cruise ship thrashed by storm

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    Van Wormer took additional video from his room window. This image made available by Flavio Cadegiani shows damage to Royal Caribbean's ship Anthem of the Seas, Monday, Feb. The storm left the ship and its passengers in complete disarray and was so severe that Lowell contemplated what he needed to do to navigate through a series of 18 decks if the towering ship turned on its side or flipped over.
  • Republican Presidential Candidates Focus on SC

    Republican Presidential Candidates Focus on SC

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    Trump heads into a string of nominating contests in the American South from a position of strength. Many Republicans were dissatisfied with eventual nominee Mitt Romney that year, and Christie carried on a long flirtation with entering the race himself before deciding not to.
  • Mother of Columbine shooter sits down with Diane Sawyer

    Mother of Columbine shooter sits down with Diane Sawyer

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    In 1999, Dylan Klebold and fellow senior student Eric Harris killed 12 students and one teacher at the Colorado high school before taking their own lives. "Hindsight is truly 20/20 and I'm sure you have agonized over what you could have done differently", Hochhalter wrote. "If I can help her by telling her that I forgive her, maybe that's one less person that she has to worry about if she even does work about me".
  • Hillary Clinton emails declared 'top secret'

    Hillary Clinton emails declared 'top secret'

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    Clinton's presidential campaign is demanding that the State Department release the emails and is questioning the secrecy of the messages, saying the emails originated and remained on the State Department's unclassified system. Friday's will be the first at the top secret level. " Hillary Clinton is also not qualified to be Commander and Chief because Hillary Clinton lied to the families of the victims who lost their lives in Benghazi in the service of our country", Rubio said.
  • Massive New Jersey warehouse fire burning out of control

    Massive New Jersey warehouse fire burning out of control

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    The Environmental Protection Agency is monitoring air quality conditions as the winds from the west shift the smoke-filled air east. There are conflicting reports as to whether the smoke is toxic; the EPA claims there is no toxicity, whereas a published report early this morning said Somerset County officials did characterize the smoke as toxic.
  • Kevin Durant gets emotional over Ingrid Williams' death

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    On Wednesday the Oklahoma City Thunder announced that Ingrid Williams , wife of assistant coach Monty Williams , had died at the age of 44. Williams is in his first year with the Thunder , after five seasons with New Orleans. "Just love Coach Monty so much, man", Durant said. "Our thoughts and prayers are with Monty Williams and his family during this hard time". The Pelicans were able to snap a four-game skid on Monday with an easy win over the Timberwolves and they were able to ...
  • Hillary clinton s top secret emails censored just days before iowa caucuses

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    Clinton's campaign has been dogged by accusations that she used a personal email server to handle sensitive government information during her time as secretary of state. The department and intelligence officials have been arguing about the emails, which are being made public under a federal court order, for at least five months.
  • Who won Thursday's Democratic 2016 presidential debate?

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    Sanders has energized young people with his call for free tuition at public colleges and universities, as well as a government-run, single-payer health care system. "Two states down. One victory, one loss", said Senator Tammy Baldwin, talking about Clinton's loss in New Hampshire and win in the Iowa caucuses.
  • It's plea deal or trial time for Bill Cosby

    It's plea deal or trial time for Bill Cosby

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    The promise was made to Cosby's now-deceased lawyer. "Really what we're talking about here is honoring a commitment". Defense attorneys on Tuesday presented a 2005 press release from Castor's office that they said amounted to an agreement not to prosecute Cosby.
  • Seven email chains sent from Clinton's private server withheld

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    The department's spokesman, John Kirby, said that those exchanges did not involve classified information. U.S. law requires all work-related e-mail from government employees as public records without specifying that official e-mail accounts be used.
  • Kobe Bryant hates that the Lakers 'suck' during his farewell tour

    Kobe Bryant hates that the Lakers 'suck' during his farewell tour

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    Cleveland Cavaliers' LeBron James (23) drives to the basket against Los Angeles Lakers' Kobe Bryant (24) in the first half of an NBA basketball game Wednesday, Feb. The Grizzlies unleashed a strong perimeter attack in the absence of their franchise center, making seven 3-pointers in a 39-point third quarter that blew open the game.
  • 2 sheriff's deputies killed in Maryland shooting

    2 sheriff's deputies killed in Maryland shooting

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    After shooting the deputies and a brief pursuit with police, the suspect was shot and killed by authorities. Faulkner said that Evans appeared disheveled and that she regularly saw him at the Panera restaurant.
  • Judge: Bill Cosby's Trial Will Proceed

    Judge: Bill Cosby's Trial Will Proceed

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    Judge O'Neill sided with Steele and determined that the agreement was not legally binding and that charges against Cosby should remain. "The rabbit is in the hat and you want me at this point to assume, 'Hey, the promise was made, judge". 96 Normal 0 false false false EN-US JA ...
  • National Weather Service: Coldest air of winter expected this weekend

    National Weather Service: Coldest air of winter expected this weekend

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    The snow will stick around into  Thursday . Friday:  Mostly sunny, with a high near 65. There is a good chance a Wind Chill Advisory or even a Wind Chill Warning will be issued. Valentine's Day won't be much better, with temperatures in the teens throughout the day  Sunday . Most of the weekend will be dry, but there is a chance for a few lingering snow showers and snow squalls  Saturday  morning.
  • Bernie Sanders Explains Why Young People Love Him on Stephen Colbert

    Bernie Sanders Explains Why Young People Love Him on Stephen Colbert

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    So, electing me is a two-for. He continued that many of Trump's supporters are responding to a false message that places blame on different races and religions. Moving on, Colbert challenged Sanders by bringing up Hillary Clinton's critique that he is promising solutions to the country's problems that can never be achieved, for example his plan to provide single-payer healthcare.
  • Sanders Destroys Clinton's Easy Run in New Poll

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    Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright defended her recent  remarks  that " there's a special place in hell for women who don't help other women ", in an interview with  TIME . "They said, 'we apologize for that.' Yeah, in public they did". "That type of stuff just always strikes me as petty", Jealous told  CNN's  Jake Tapper on "The Lead".
  • Storm-battered cruise ship returning to NJ port

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    My wife and I tried not to look out toward the balcony of our small cabin. "If not, things could have gone very differently", Erickson said. As for whether or not it was forecasted, the National Weather Service wouldn't directly respond, but did provide a timeline leading up the traumatic experience.
  • Adnan Syed defense: 'We proved our case' for murder retrial

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    She told ABC News : "I was compelled by my children. It makes me feel even more hopeful". A court spokeswoman said Welch would issue a written opinion but there was no timeframe for a ruling. She was tracked down after his conviction by Syed's family friend and attorney Rabia Chaudry and signed an affidavit attesting to her account. "This is not a popular position, but the state's role is to do justice", the prosecutor said.
  • Chris Christie, Carly Fiorina drop out of Republican presidential race

    Chris Christie, Carly Fiorina drop out of Republican presidential race

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    Instead, his campaign sent out a media advisory on his schedule change early this morning that said: "Today, Governor Christie will travel to New Jersey". Due to their poor showings in New Hampshire and in opinion polling, they were in danger of being cut from the CBS debate on Saturday, which would sharply cut their exposure to voters in the state.
  • New York Giants QB Eli Manning explains that 'Super Bowl face'

    New York Giants QB Eli Manning explains that 'Super Bowl face'

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    Cam Newton defends his post game actions by saying: "I've been on record as saying I'm a sore loser". Of course, QB's tend to get most of the credit and most of the blame for things that happen on a football field. "I want players that I know when the game is over they are crawling into the locker room and they need help getting their gear off and they are going to need time getting into the shower".
  • Polls Find Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump Holding Big Leads

    Polls Find Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump Holding Big Leads

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    Donald Trump played the hits at his Sunday afternoon rally, but after watching his lead slip away in Iowa, he also had a new call to action for supporters. But his campaign did take issue with Clinton's claim that Sanders benefited from Wall Street money donated to Senate Democrats' campaign arm, with campaign manager Jeff Weaver arguing it "suggests the kind of disarray that the Clinton campaign finds itself in today".
  • Bill Clinton unloads on Bernie Sanders and his 'mythical establishment'

    Bill Clinton unloads on Bernie Sanders and his 'mythical establishment'

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    This weekend, former President Bill Clinton wooed voters in Las Vegas, campaign surrogates knocked doors in San Antonio and Clinton's aides announced a meeting with top civil rights leaders next week in New York City. Sanders' college-age supporters weren't even born yet when Clinton won New Hampshire in 1992. In closing,  Bill  Clinton echoed a refrain his wife has been using while campaigning.
  • US Presidential polls: Donald Trump, Bernie Sanders win New Hampshire primaries

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    Kasich is projected to win about 16 percent of the  vote , about half the total amassed by Donald Trump but still ahead of the candidates who have gotten far more national attention. Rubio had appeared to be breaking away after a stronger-than-expected showing in Iowa, but he stumbled in Saturday's debate under intense pressure from Christie.
  • Flight diverted to Denver due to 'passenger disturbance'

    Flight diverted to Denver due to 'passenger disturbance'

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    A male passenger, sitting in aisle 13 on flight 769, became disruptive, Zaninovich said. The flight continued on to Boston after the man was removed. Flight attendants told him to calm down, but he became agitated and verbally abusive. Video from Rebecca Shepard showed Denver Police officers removing the passenger. The flight resumed its route to San Diego shortly after. The plane refueled and is scheduled to arrive in San Diego at 10:22 p.m.
  • Who won the New Hampshire primary? 2016 presidential race results

    Who won the New Hampshire primary? 2016 presidential race results

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    Tuesday's results in the nation's first primary largely followed poll projections, with Trump and Vermont Sen. "The nomination will very likely be won in March, not February, and we believe that Hillary Clinton is well positioned to build a strong - potentially insurmountable - delegate lead next month", Mook said , pointing to the next two voting states of Nevada and SC.
  • Ole Miss FB cited for 13 violations

    Ole Miss FB cited for 13 violations

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    The AP's report does not contain many specific details, but it does note that the violations range from Level I - the most serious - to Level II and Level III. Tunsil has since declared for the National Football League draft and is expected to be a first-round pick. Ole Miss issued a statement January 30 admitting the school was under investigation by the NCAA.