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Will Rick Perry jump back in the GOP race?
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Will Rick Perry jump back in the GOP race?

In an interview on CNN Thursday night, former Gov. Rick Perry suggested that he might re-enter the Republican presidential race if no candidate gets the required 1,237 delegates to earn the nomination. In that event, the GOP candidate would be chosen in a s...
Civil rights activists call for nationwide Oscars 'tune-out' to protest whitewash
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Civil rights activists call for nationwide Oscars 'tune-out' to protest whitewash

Following weeks of outrage over the fact that, for the second year in a row, no people of colour were nominated in any of the major categories at the Oscars, civil rights activists are planning to hit the Academy where it hurts: with its advertisers. The Na...
Rubio: There are millions of patriotic Muslim Americans
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Rubio: There are millions of patriotic Muslim Americans

During the GOP presidential townhall meeting in Houston, Sen. Marco Rubio was asked about Raja'ee Fatiha, a Muslim American who was denied access to a gun range and who has now filed a lawsuit. Rubio answered by saying America is not at war with Islam but rat...
FBI director admits Apple encryption case could set legal precedent
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FBI director admits Apple encryption case could set legal precedent

The director of the FBI has conceded that future judges will look to his battle with Apple as a precedent for law enforcement access to locked or encrypted mobile devices, the first time the government has conceded that the implications of the case stretch bey...
Polls show Trump the overwhelming GOP favorite in Florida
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Polls show Trump the overwhelming GOP favorite in Florida

Trounces. Crushes. Pummels. Pick a dramatic action verb: This is what Donald Trump does to Marco Rubio in Florida, according to a new presidential poll that shows Trump is more popular than he's ever been in Rubio's home state. The survey, by Quinnipiac Uni...
Hillary calls for true progressive on Supreme Court
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Hillary calls for true progressive on Supreme Court

KINGSTREE, S.C. (AP) — Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton has South Carolina mostly to herself two days before the first-in-the-South primary, and she's using it to capitalize on her advantage over Bernie Sanders with black voters. The Vermont ...