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Clinton eyes other states now New Hampshire is out of reach

The statement was prompted by Clinton earlier Monday accusing Sanders of engaging in the same behavior for which he has repeatedly criticized her: taking donations from Wall Street. In Dover on Wednesday, Clinton reprised a line from her 2008 concession speech - that she is trying to break the "hardest, highest glass ceiling". Former president Bill Clinton unleashed a blistering no holds barred attack on his wife's rival, Bernie Sanders.

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Ted Cruz Adviser: Donald Trump Running The "Seinfeld Candidacy'"

These numbers should be taken with a grain of salt, since they were mainly taken from polls in January, before the Iowa caucus and New Hampshire primary. In an interview with SC conservative radio host Vince Coakley, Heidi Cruz explained that she would be supporting the Cruz campaign even if she were not married to the Republican presidential hopeful.

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Brazil and US university reach deal on Zika vaccine

Possible Zika vaccines are at least 18 months away from large-scale trials, according to the World Health Organisation. But the trade group American Society of Travel Agents says its members aren't losing money to the virus so far - they're reporting few outright cancellations, where people, concerned about the virus, cancel trips and don't pick another destination.

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George W Bush To Make First Appearance For Brother Jeb Bush

Chris Christie of New Jersey. Donald Trump has established that he has a high floor among primary voters - but also perhaps a low ceiling: Forty-seven percent of Republicans said they'd be dissatisfied if he were nominated. Bush responded to Rubio's claims in an interview with the Washington Post . When reporters later asked Rubio to respond to new attack ads aimed at him from the Cruz campaign, Rubio said Cruz was willing to "say or do anything to get elected".

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Older Voters Buck the Results in New Hampshire Primary

The 60-second ad, "Steady Hand, will air throughout the state". Once every four years, the nation's eyes focus on New Hampshire, the small northeastern state home to just 1.3 million people that holds the first state primaries after the Iowa caucuses kick off the U.S.

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Obama, 'Back Home,' Calls For Better Politics

He also faced persistent questions about the nation's willingness to elevate an African-American as a major party presidential nominee, let alone commander-in-chief. Obama says it's "an incredible privilege" to address the group where he began his political career. Nine years later, Obama returns to the city where it all began and where he was once a state senator.

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Who won Thursday's Democratic presidential debate?

Then there was Sanders's insistence that he would be better on race relations than Obama , a slip that you can be sure that the Clinton campaign will make sure African American voters hear about (and then hear about some more) in the coming days and weeks.

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Bill Clinton sees another New Hampshire comeback ahead of Tuesday's vote

Reeling from the revelations about Clinton's speaking fees from Goldman Sachs and other large financial institutions, her campaign has lashed out at Sanders with allegations of double standards, dishonesty and sexism. "People who have gone online to defend Hillary and explain why they supported her have been subjected to attacks that are too profane, not to mention sexist, to repeat", he proclaimed.

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Kobe, LeBron share court as Cavaliers beat Lakers 120-111

Everyone feared for the worst when he left, as it was the same left shoulder that he hurt in the playoffs last season. Love's left arm hung limply to his side as he exited. Kobe Bryant remembers giving a pair of his sneakers to LeBron James as a gift and offering the teenager some advice. "That we suck", Bryant said and laughed with reporters.

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Yolo County resident tests positive for Zika virus

Anil Mangla, assistant director of Metro Health's communicable diseases division. It can lead to nervous system problems, and is particularly concerning to pregnant women because it can lead to severe birth defects: Babies with smaller brains than normal and extreme cognitive difficulties.

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S. Korea shuts down joint industrial park with N. Korea

Japan also unveiled fresh unilateral sanctions, including prohibiting North Korean ships from entering Japanese ports and a total entry ban on North Korean nationals into Japan. The proposed sanctions still require Cabinet and Parliament approval. By some measures, the consequences of a Kaesong closure to the South Korean economy are negligible, with the annual output of the complex accounting for just 0.04% of South Korea's annual gross domestic product, according to South Korea's finance ...

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Jeb Premieres New Radio Ad - Starring George W. Bush

Bush . We need an alternative to Donald Trump or we're going to lose the election", Graham said. Bush goes to Florence on Thursday for a meet and greet at Venus Restaurant. "He respects the military - he honors their families". He can make the tough decisions to keep Americans safe and our country free. Jeb! is making it a family affair - and not running from his last name - in SC.

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No case of Zika Virus in India

Unlike other Olympic events, which will take place in the Rio de Janeiro area, Olympic soccer will be held in cities outside Rio-Manaus, Salvador, Brasília, Belo Horizonte and São Paulo-some of which have higher rates than Rio of mosquito-borne viruses like Zika , dengue, chikungunya and malaria.

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Gender politics is backfiring for Democrat hopeful Hillary Clinton

Both the Democratic front-runner and her husband, former President Bill Clinton , are unhappy with the direction of the campaign's messaging and digital operations and were already considering changing staff and campaign strategy after the four early-voting states.

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Clinton Keeps Thin Lead After Iowa Caucus Audit

Right now, Sanders has a double-digit lead over Clinton in New Hampshire, where he is so confident in his victory that he happily flew to NY to appear on Saturday Night Live instead of continuing to campaign in the Granite State. There are also politics at play for the trip: Clinton's appearance in a majority African-American city will resonate in early voting states like SC and Nevada, where minority voters make up large portion of the electorate.

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Testimony turns to cell tower data in Adnan Syed hearing

The state is trying to fight off the defense's argument - that cell-tower evidence which placed Syed in Leakin Park on the night of Hae Min Lee's murder - should not have been admitted. At the time, Waranowitz testified that the cell data placed Syed at the burial scene. The defense on Friday also called on librarian Michelle Hamiel of the Woodlawn Public Library to verify that the library in 1999 did have security cameras as Chapman claimed.

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Primary puts values of retail campaigning to the test

Republican US presidential candidate Marco Rubio speaks to supporters at a rally in Nashua , New Hampshire . The new expenditures are by Conservative Solutions PAC, a super political action committee that faces no contribution limits. "Nothing Donald says surprises anyone", Cruz said as he visited a polling station. The win was expected - Sanders led Clinton by more than 20 points in polls leading up to the primary - but it also showed that Sanders won't fade easily as some predicted.

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Storm-battered cruise ship returning to homeport

A cruise ship battered by rough seas and powerful winds in the Atlantic Ocean cut short its voyage and is expected to dock Wednesday night at its New Jersey port. Still, the company said , only four passengers were injured and none seriously. There was damage to the ship, but according to Royal Caribbean it didn't compromise the sea-worthiness of it.

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Storm-battered cruise ship returns to New Jersey homeport

On its way to Florida, the vessel called the 'Anthem of the Seas , ' owned by Royal Caribbean International, struggled to bring thousands of passengers to safety after it sailed amidst waves as high as 30 feet and strong winds that matched that of Category 2 Hurricane Isabel.

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Trump's Spox Says He 'Brought Back Freedom Of Speech' With 'P**sy' Insult

Asked what the toy does, one boy responds, "He pretends to be a Republican". Tuesday morning, Trump's spokeswoman defended the exchange as Trump "exercising his free speech" and having a little fun with the crowd, while a Cruz spokeswoman says "there are certain words and certain phrases that are just not suitable for running for president".

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Twitter Launches Algorithmic Timeline, But Don't Freak Out

However, users can choose to opt out of the new algorithmic timeline. Twitter is aware of the problem and has launched a slew of new products to address the issue. That choice began to slowly roll out to Twitter accounts Wednesday. "After being away for a while, the Tweets you're most likely to care about will appear at the top of your timeline - still recent and in reverse chronological order", Jahr explained.

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Bill Clinton to visit Cincinnati for 'get out the vote' rally

Donald Trump and Bernard Sanders were the winners by significant margins Tuesday in the New Hampshire presidential primaries for their respective parties. Chris Christie, who put huge effort into New Hampshire and came up lagging, headed home to New Jersey to "take a deep breath" and decide what to do about his presidential campaign.

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State Workers In Flint Received Bottled Water A Year Before Residents

John Kasich was the only candidate to get a question on the Flint water issue. At least seven public water suppliers in Centre County over recent years were required to notify residents and correct problems related to high lead levels, according to public records from Pennsylvania's Department of Environmental Protection.

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Trump aims for victory in NH after Iowa disappointment

Plus, Christie is on the bubble for qualifying for this Saturday's SC debate, by itself a potential knockout blow. But a woman in the crowd yelled out "Ted Cruz is a p*ssy!" which got laughter not only from the crowd but Trump himself. Still, he closed the final full day of campaigning with a vulgar insult of Cruz . Almost half of voters in the Republican primary made up their minds in the past week.

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Many New Hampshire women aren't backing female presidential candidates

That is why the results will really matter Tuesday night. Feminism naturally attaches itself to Clinton's campaign because she's a woman, but it's not like Sanders is anti-woman. Amanda Rodriguez, 37, said she and other younger women are more concerned about the issues and whether their political beliefs align with the candidates than possibly older women who may be more focused on seeing women gain some footing when it comes to the White House.

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Snowstorm could drop several inches of snow in New Jersey

A charter bus accident has closed the northbound side of Interstate 95 in CT. Inland areas will get much less snow, but enough to turn the ground white and cause slippery spots on the roads. Johnson City Public Works Department Director Phil Pindzola said about 9:30 a.m that every available plow/salting truck now was out clearing city streets of ice and snow.

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Trump lost, thank God, and other campaign observations

Trump praised the people of the Granite State, which holds its primary on Tuesday, and said he would "love to be number one in New Hampshire ". Trump's charges grew increasingly more serious, alleging that Cruz had "stolen" Iowa votes.

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Presidential hopefuls Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton in dead heat nationally

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is joined onstage by senators Al Franken (C) and Jeanne Shaheen (L) at a campaign rally in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, February 6, 2016. Bill Clinton said Sanders' message was "hermetically-sealed" from reality and ridiculed its implication that "anybody that doesn't agree... is a tool of the establishment'".

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Grand jury indicts 16 people for OR wildlife refuge occupation

A federal grand jury charged all with felony conspiracy, accusing them of using intimidation to prevent federal officers from doing their work at Malheur National Wildlife Refuge. They were also subsequently denied bail. Federal authorities fear those tensions could pop up elsewhere and have increased security at national wildlife refuges in southern Oregon, Northern California and Nevada and put the rest of the preserves nationwide on heightened alert.

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Bill Clinton rips Sanders backers' 'sexist,' 'profane' attacks

She barely eked by Sanders in last week's Iowa caucuses, winning the pivotal contest by 0.25%, and is virtually certain to lose New Hampshire. Speaking at a Dunkin' Donuts, Clinton was ostensibly trying to assure potential voters that her detour to Flint didn't mean she was giving up on New Hampshire entirely-where she is, incidentally, doing very, very poorly .