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He said he expects his son to recover fully. The former Alaska governor made a surprise appearance in Tampa on behalf of Trump on Monday afternoon. Todd's accident occurred in Alaska while his wife was campaigning with presidential hopeful, Donald Trump , in Florida.
  • Grandson of Sweetie Pies Owner Killed in North St. Louis

    Grandson of Sweetie Pies Owner Killed in North St. Louis

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    Louis Metropolitan Police Department say a 21-year-old Florissant man was gunned down in the north city residence Monday night and an acquaintance was also shot in a case of mistaken identity while attempting to render aid. Two other men were injured during the shooting. Police say an unknown suspect(s) shot Montgomery. That man was armed with a firearm. He was found unconscious inside the house and was pronounced dead at the scene.
  • South Carolina Gamecocks suspend five for NIT opener

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    Austin White scored 15 for High Point (21-11), which was playing without Big South Player of the Year/Defensive Player of the Year John Brown (foot) and second team All-Big South selection Adam Weary (knee). He is averaging 5.4 points and 4.6 rebounds. TeMarcus Blanton, Marcus Stroman, Chris Silva, Jamall Gregory and Eric Cobb were all suspended because of a "conduct issue".
  • Cruz wins Wyoming, Rubio wins DC in US Republican caucuses

    Cruz wins Wyoming, Rubio wins DC in US Republican caucuses

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    The remaining three delegates are Republican National Committee members. Donald Trump on Sunday suffered a double blow as the controversial Republican front-runner was routed by rivals Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio in polls in the USA capital and Wyoming, signalling that the fight for securing the party's nomination was hotting up ahead of crucial primaries on Tuesday.
  • Duggar Scandal: 'Devil Took His Best Shot'

    Duggar Scandal: 'Devil Took His Best Shot'

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    For seven years, audiences tuned in to watch the devout Christian family who practice purity, modesty and deep faith. While it seems understandable that the younger Duggar would rely on her mother for help raising her son - after all, the elder Duggar had all of 19 children, not to mention six grandchildren - as well as on her sisters, Jessa received quite a harsh bashing from users of social media, going as far as calling the new mother a "pit viper", implying she had the maternal ...
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    John Kasich plans for "whole new ball game" with OH win

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    We want peace...." Trump gets 40 percent or so (or whatever his final vote total is) of North Carolina's delegates, since it's a proportional state. Of course, the GOP establishment dislikes Cruz nearly as much as it dislikes Trump. Speaking with The Associated Press aboard his campaign bus between stops in Ohio, Kasich brandished his iPad and read a list of Trump quotes compiled by an aide.
  • 2016 race barrels toward potentially decisive primary day

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    Romney was also scheduled to attend a pre-primary rally with the OH governor in his hometown, Westerville, in suburban Columbus. Kasich was likely to exit the 2016 race absent a win. "When it came down whether you stand with corporate America, the people who wrote these agreements, or whether you stand with the working people of this country, I proudly stood with the workers", Sanders said in Youngstown, Ohio.
  • State Department Releases Last Batch of Hillary Clinton Emails

    State Department Releases Last Batch of Hillary Clinton Emails

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    Almost all of the emails were classified by the State Department at the "confidential" level, the lowest level of sensitivity, but 44 were classified at the "secret" level. They also say Abedin is a fair target for any investigation. “It is important to shed light on Huma Abadan’s ethical controversies, as so many of them directly involve Secretary Clinton, said Jeff Bechdel, communications director at the PAC America Rising, a Republican-allied group that does opposition research on Democrats ...
  • Maryland police officer dies after being shot

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    Colson "had an assignment whose very nature is high risk in every engagement", Prince George's County Police Chief Hank Stawinski said. The chief had few other answers for reporters at a Sunday night news conference. It is unclear whether the officer who struck Colson confused Colson for a suspect, or if he was struck by the many rounds flying amid the chaos, the chief said.
  • Carson: There's a 'real possibility' violence at Trump rallies will escalate

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    However, Carson's now suggesting there might be more to  Trump  than insults and bluster. "I don't think it's directed at me". Kevin White, a senior pastor at First Baptist Church, Mulberry, Alkansas, expressed a religious outrage at the endorsement, saying that "Can't believe you chose to support the one candidate who mocks God and is definitely not a Christian".
  • Todd Palin expected to recover from snowmobile accident

    Todd Palin expected to recover from snowmobile accident

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    Former Alaska Gov.  Sarah Palin  speaks on behalf of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump before Trump arrives at a campaign event in  Tampa, Fla ., Monday,  March 14, 2016 . He's recovering "from a little wreck" on his snow machine. Palin's public support for Trump has come amid personal turmoil. "When somebody is sick in your family...
  • Ben Carson 'Endorsement': Why Donald Trump Is Already Regretting It

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    The university area turned into a chaotic scene as the two warring sides amped up their positions. A half hour after the rally was slated to begin, a Trump campaign staffer announced it was being postponed for safety reasons, unleashing competing chants of "We dumped Trump !" and "We want Trump !" throughout the packed venue.
  • Trump blames Sanders for rally disruptions, Bernie calls Donald 'pathological liar'

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    Trump has blamed Friday night's violence at his canceled Chicago rally on protesters and Bernie Sanders . "If conservative Republicans ever went into his rally, you would see things happen that would be unbelievable", Trump said , even as he denied that a tweet he'd posted Sunday morning saying that Sanders should "be careful" was a threat.
  • Mitt Romney leads anti-Trump charge as presidential race heats up

    Mitt Romney leads anti-Trump charge as presidential race heats up

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    Several conservatives gathering at an annual convention outside Washington said they were torn. The Republican Party has always had the capacity to decide this election. Whether or not Trump should carry the torch is now the crux of the GOP race, which he has dominated essentially since he jumped in eight months ago.
  • Leonardo Dicaprio 'Overwhelmed' By Fans' Oscars Support

    Leonardo Dicaprio 'Overwhelmed' By Fans' Oscars Support

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    Larson thanked the Telluride and Toronto film festivals, the launching pads for " Room " late last summer. Twitter marked a milestone, however: Leonardo DiCaprio's best actor award generated 440,000 tweets in a minute, the fastest ever counted at the Academy Awards .
  • Iowa State Head Coach Steve Prohm Breaks Down the Cyclones' Tournament Bid

    Iowa State Head Coach Steve Prohm Breaks Down the Cyclones' Tournament Bid

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    The Owls return to the tournament after a two-year absence on a roll, winning 13 of their last 17 games after opening with an 8-7 record under coach Fran Dunphy, who takes the Owls to their sixth NCAA tournament in his 10 seasons but first since 2013.ABOUT TEMPLE (21-11): The Owls don't do anything particularly spectacular aside from playing defense, but even that wasn't there in a 77-62 loss to CT in the American Athletic Conference tournament.
  • Former US first lady Nancy Reagan dies at 94

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    Nancy Reagan's most public issue was more in line with expectations for first ladies: her " Just Say No " to drugs campaign, which she launched after a schoolgirl asked what to do if someone offered her drugs. He praised Nancy for her crucial role in President Reagan's rehabilitation, after the attempt on his life in 1981, and fondly recalled Mr. Reagan showing off the muscles he gained by lifting weights to recover from his gunshot wound.
  • Hillary Clinton wrote 104 classified emails herself

    Hillary Clinton wrote 104 classified emails herself

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    Baier continued to press her on the email issue. The rest of the classified ­e-mails were written by 298 other people inside and outside of government, showing how widespread Clinton and her allies used her non-secure homebrew system to send sensitive information, The  Washington  Post found.
  • The Democratic debate in Miami: Clinton's trust issue; Sanders' suit

    The Democratic debate in Miami: Clinton's trust issue; Sanders' suit

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    Clinton, her husband, former President Bill Clinton, and daughter Chelsea Clinton all campaigned in the state over the past few days trying to garner last-minute votes. Clinton pounded Sanders for his vote against the 2007 comprehensive immigration reform bill negotiated by the late Massachusetts Sen. Fighting for Florida and beyond, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders tangled in an intense debate over who's the true friend of American Hispanics, trading accusations over guest worker ...
  • Daylight Savings Time 2016: When does it start?

    Daylight Savings Time 2016: When does it start?

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    Tap on the time below and then scroll back one hour  so that your time is now set for Daylight Saving Time. Go to sleep 15 to 20 minutes earlier each night for a week or so and wind down an hour or two before you go to bed. Do We Turn Clocks Back Or Forward? DST was initiated in the United States during World War I as a way to extend the daylight hours. A bill in California's Legislature would create a referendum to end the practice of changing time twice a year.
  • What Time Is It Now After Daylight Saving Time 2016?

    What Time Is It Now After Daylight Saving Time 2016?

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    Adults should wake up 15 minutes  earlier  than usual on each of the several days before  the time  change and avoid napping this weekend. The   time  change will affect most of the country with the exception of Saskatchewan and several areas of Western Canada, who stay on central standard  time  all year round.
  • Daylight Saving Time 2016: Why do we have it?

    Daylight Saving Time 2016: Why do we have it?

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    Daylight time first came to North America during the First World War, but it was ditched shortly after the war ended. It runs from March through November, whereas Standard time runs from November to March. Congress to extend daylight time . Preliminary research out of Finland found the overall rate for stroke to be eight-percent higher for two days following daylight saving time .
  • Daylight Saving Time 2016: When do we turn the clocks ahead?

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    For the rest of the country, daylight saving time ends November 6. In 1966 when Congress passed the "Uniform Time Act" setting official times for each time zone and state establishing when to set back or turn forward their clocks. So today we start our almost eight-month stretch of Daylight Saving Time, which is a heck of a lot longer period than was originally intended back when we set about correcting the only mistake God made when he created the Earth.
  • Mourners pay respects to former first lady Nancy Reagan

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    Nancy Reagan became a tireless advocate for Alzheimer's research. Nancy Reagan died Sunday at her Los Angeles home. "She's missed him since the day he passed, and I'm sure they are quite happy to be together again". Flowers lined the entrance to the Simi Valley compound on Wednesday morning, before the arrival of Reagan's motorcade. The figure doesn't include family and friends.
  • Mourners gather to honor Nancy Reagan

    Mourners gather to honor Nancy Reagan

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    Her casket will be lowered into the tomb beside the former president Friday night, the moment watched over by senior library staff. "There would be no Ronald Reagan Presidential Library without a President Ronald Reagan, and there likely wouldn't have been a President Ronald Reagan without a Nancy Reagan", said Ron Reagan, delivering the last of several eulogies during the 90-minute service.
  • Ben Carson endorses Donald Trump for president

    Ben Carson endorses Donald Trump for president

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    Retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson formally endorsed Donald Trump's presidential bid Friday, praising the real estate mogul and saying he wants "the voice of the people to be heard". It's not about Mr. Trump. As white supremacists show up to Trump rallies , as young black women get assaulted by Trump supporters, and as brutal men get arrested at Trump events for pummeling non-violent protesters , it can't be all that bad, they will say, if a man as brilliant and smart as Ben loves him.
  • Ben Carson Confirms Backing For Donald Trump For US Election 2016

    Ben Carson Confirms Backing For Donald Trump For US Election 2016

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    At their press conference, Carson praised the billionaire real estate mogul as "a very intelligent man who cares deeply about America". "We as a nation can not allow our political differences to divide us and lead to acts of aggression and strife", Carson said in a statement Friday night.
  • Nancy Reagan's body lies in repose at Ronald Reagan Presidential Library

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    The funeral procession is being planned based on the former first lady's wishes, including her choice of the people to be invited, the readings to be given and the people involved in the program, Giller said. "America just seemed to be more whole in those days, and I think that's because Ronald and Nancy Reagan, they just drew people in", he said. One person from Pasadena wrote, "God bless Mrs.
  • 'Dog Whisperer' Cesar Millan Under Investigation

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    In the scene, a dog named Simon is seen chasing a pig and nipping at its ear. Investigators with Animal Control visited his 43-acre Dog Psychology Center in Santa Clarita, CA, after tips related to a segment that appeared on his show Cesar 911 , according to KNBC .
  • Nancy Reagan's Funeral Draws Luminaries

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    Among mourners are former President George W. Bush and his wife, Laura, as well as first lady Michelle Obama . Gov. Jerry Brown will also attend, along with former governors Pete Wilson and Arnold Schwarzenegger, Los Angeles County Supervisor Michael Antonovich and Rep.