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Trump wins Republican Nevada caucuses

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Donald Trump easily won Nevada’s Republican caucuses on Tuesday, taking home about 45 percent of the vote. Florida Sen. Marco Rubio placed second with 24 percent and Texas Sen. Ted Cruz took third with 21 percent. Continue reading

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Elephants offer clues to cancer’s secrets

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Former circus elephants will retire from the big top tent this spring, but their work improving human lives has only just begun.
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Supporters of U.S. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump celebrate the close of the polls as they watch election results at a rally in Spartanburg, South Carolina February 20, 2016. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst - RTX27V2E

Trump and Clinton pull off weekend wins, look to Super Tuesday

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On the heels of weekend wins for Hillary Clinton in the Nevada Democratic caucuses and Donald Trump in the South Carolina Republican primary, the question of what’s next arises for the presidential candidates. Continue reading

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Montgomery police honor civil rights history in officer training

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In Montgomery, Alabama, County Police Chief Kevin Murphy recognized that many of his younger police officers were not aware of the turbulent civil rights history of their city. Continue reading

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An iPhone 6S Plus is seen at the Apple retail store in Palo Alto, California September 25, 2015.  REUTERS/Robert Galbraith - RTX1SHKT

Apple cites privacy concerns, resists government access to iPhone

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A legal battle between the makers of the iPhone and the U.S. government could set a major precedent for the issue of privacy vs. security.
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