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  • Best Lines of the Republican Debate

    Republican presidential candidates squared off in New Hampshire one last time ahead of the state's primaries, hitting each other on everything ranging from temperament to foreign policy.The debate, hosted by ABC News, the Independent Journal Review and WMUR in Manchester, New Hampshire included…

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  • GOP Debate: Christie and Rubio Square Off in Fiery Exchange

    The Republican presidential debate got off to a fiery start Saturday night when Gov. Chris Christie went after Sen. Marco Rubio, painting him as a Washington politician who memorizes speeches and can't give straight answers. Every morning when a United States senator wakes up, they think about…

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  • Marco Rubio Repeats Similar Line Four Times in GOP Debate

    Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio met one of his biggest criticisms during the GOP debate again...and again...and again. "And let's dispel once and for all with this fiction that Barack Obama doesn't know what he's doing. “Let's dispel with this fiction that Barack Obama doesn't know…

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  • Super Bowl 2016: A History of National Anthem Singers

    This Sunday, Lady Gaga will take the stage to sing the national anthem at the Super Bowl.She'll be the first bona fide pop superstar to sing the anthem since 2013, when Alicia Keys did it.The last two anthems were sung by Tony-winning Broadway star and actress Idina Menzel, and opera legend Renee…

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  • Super Bowl 2016: A History of Halftime Performances

    The Super Bowl halftime show normally features the biggest names in music, who are often veteran performers.This year's headliners, Coldplay, may not be as iconic as the Rolling Stones and Bruce Springsteen, but they're a bit more seasoned than the headliners from the last two years: Katy Perry and…

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  • Video of Mom Getting Her Four Toddlers Ready for Bed Goes Super Viral

    A video of a mother of four small children getting her kids ready for bed went viral this week. In just two days, the video, which shows Corrie Whyte putting pajamas on her four children, racked up more than 18 million views on Facebook.

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  • How a Shopping Cart Could Make It Easier for People With Special Needs

    It's called Caroline's Cart, available in select stores such as Kroger, Whole Foods, Trader Joes, Hannaford, Wegmans, ShopRite, Publix, Tops, and Price Chopper. "Caroline's Cart can be a game-changer for families, and we're excited to offer this for our guests across the country," Senior Vice…

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  • Cheapest Super Bowl Ticket is Now $2,700: What You Could Buy Instead

    One day before Super Bowl 50, the cheapest ticket available for the big game is now $2,700, a Stub Hub representative told ABC News this morning.Coveted tickets for the game have sold from $1,222 to $27,983, said Stub Hub.But instead of paying $2,700 for one seat at Levi’s Stadium for the big game…

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  • 5 Things to Watch at Tonight’s New Hampshire Republican Presidential Debate

    Everything is on the line tonight as Republican presidential candidates prepare to hash it out on stage for the first time since the Iowa caucuses -– and for the last time before Tuesday’s New Hampshire primary. This debate, hosted by ABC News and held at St. Anselm College, will offer Donald…

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  • Michael Moore Promotes New Film From Hospital's ICU

    Michael Moore has spent nearly a week hospitalized in New York City with pneumonia amid promoting his upcoming film. On Friday, Moore asked his fans for help promoting the film, which hit theaters February 12.

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  • Veterinarians Save Dog With Crushed Skull

    An 8-month-old Rottweiler whose skull was crushed after being hit by a car four months ago has a promising road to recovery thanks to reconstructive surgery. The dog named Ziba suffered severe injuries when she was hit, including blindness in her right eye, said the UC Davis School of Veterinary…

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  • Virginia Tech Student Had 'Inappropriate Relationship' With 13-Year-Old Murder Victim, Source Says

    Police have given very little information about the nature of the relationship between the 18-year-old college student, David Eisenhauer, and the victim, Nicole Lovell, who was found dead after being reported missing from her room on Jan. 27. Eisenhauer was arrested and charged with murder four…

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  • Photos of Alleged Detainee Abuse by US in Iraq and Afghanistan Released by Pentagon

    The Pentagon released 198 photos today that were taken as part of an investigation into allegations of abuse or mistreatment of detainees held by the U.S. military in Iraq and Afghanistan from 2001 to 2009. The pictures were released in compliance with a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit filed by…

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  • 5 Warm Spring Break Destinations Not on the Sand

    Whether you’re looking for a romantic getaway with your significant other, or trying to get the kids out of the house, we’ve found some sunny spots away from the usual island retreat. If you stay in the historic district, the city’s eclectic restaurants, galleries, and shops are all within walking…

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  • Northeast Gets Hit by Snowstorm, More Snow Possible

    The cold front that brought severe weather and tornadoes in the South earlier this week stalled off the East Coast. The heaviest snow totals were found in Long Island, Connecticut and Massachusetts, where a foot of snow was recorded in some areas. New York City picked up 2.5 inches in Central…

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  • 'The People v. O.J. Simpson' Creators Reveal What They Would've Included if They Had More Time

    "The People v. O.J. Simpson" documents the 1994 murder of Nicole Brown Simpson and the subsequent trial against her ex-husband, O.J. Simpson. Scott Alexander and Larry Karaszewski, the creators of the miniseries, only had 10 hours to tell the story, and as a result, they had to leave out some…

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  • 'Hail, Caesar!' Movie Review

    When it comes to the Coen Brothers, I’m like a drug addict, chasing the high I felt the first time I saw "Fargo," or "Raising Arizona" or "The Big Lebowski." I go into each film hoping for a repeat experience, but it seems more often than not lately, I don’t quite get the buzz I’m looking for. The…

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