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Here’s one reason the Clinton campaign might not be panicking (too much)

Here’s a fascinating nugget from the New Hampshire exit polls that sheds some light on how Hillary Clinton’s campaign is likely to proceed in the big, diverse primary battles to come in late February and March (click to enlarge): © Provided by WP Company LLC d/b/a The Washington Post Among New Hampshire Dems, only 40 percent want to generally continue […]

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Catholic Church Tells Bishops They Are Not Obliged to Disclose Child Sex Abuse

The Catholic Church is allegedly telling newly ordained bishops that they have no obligation to report child-sexual-abuse allegations to law-enforcement officials, saying instead that the decision to take such claims to the authorities should be left to victims and their families. The policy was first reported by a veteran Vatican journalist at Catholic news website Crux, who cited a presentation […]

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Hacker Calls FBI’s I.T. Department, Gains Access To Network

On Sunday, a hacker threatened to dump the contact information of thousands of FBI and Department of Homeland Security employees online. Then on Monday, the hacker made good on said threat and released the information, first from the DHS, then from the FBI. The hacker who released the information claimed to have had access to up to 200GB further of […]

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Trump Wildly Inflates Unemployment

Donald Trump said he “heard” the unemployment rate was really 42 percent. It’s not. That figure would include retirees, teenagers, stay-at-home parents and anyone else who doesn’t need or want to work. The unemployment rate is actually 4.9 percent for January. If Trump wanted to include the underemployed (part-time workers wanting full-time work) and the “marginally attached” (those who have given […]

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Carson: ‘I’m getting a lot of pressure to stay in the race’

Ben Carson said Wednesday that he is not abandoning his White House run despite at the bottom of the pack in New Hampshire’s GOP presidential primary the night before. “We’re not getting any pressure from our millions of supporters,” he said on CNN’s “The Lead” when asked if he felt the end is nearing after an eighth place finish. “I’m […]

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Double XXposure Media Relations Celebrating 46 Years

Dear Media Friends, May this letter reach you all in the joyous spirit in which it was sent. I am celebrating an incredible 46 years in the entertainment industry. Can you believe it? I did not do it alone either, I did it with you-the media communities at large-who have all helped make many a dream into a reality. From […]

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Korea joint venture halted after tests

South Korea is to suspend operations at a jointly-run industrial park in North Korea following the North’s recent rocket launch and nuclear test. Seoul said all operations at the complex would halt, to stop the North using its investment “to fund its nuclear and missile development”. Kaesong is one of the last points of co-operation between the two Koreas and […]

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Gmail Now Warns Users When They Send And Receive Email Over Unsecured Connections

Google is marking Safer Internet Day, which falls today (Feb 9), by introducing new authentication features to Gmail to help better identify emails that could be prove to be harmful or are not fully secure. The company said last year that it would beef up security measures and identify emails that arrive over an unencrypted connection and now it has implemented that plan for […]

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Who will likely be out after tonight’s New Hampshire primaries

The Iowa caucuses kicked off the 2016 presidential primary season eight days ago. But there are inarguably more candidates with more at stake in today’s New Hampshire primary than there were at the caucuses last week. Here’s a quick rundown of the major candidates and the stakes for each of them tonight in the Granite State. If your preferred candidate […]

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New Hampshire primary: Trump, Sanders win; Kasich projected to take GOP 2nd place

Sen. Bernie Sanders and billionaire Donald Trump have won the Democratic and Republican presidential primaries in New Hampshire, in victories so decisive that the drama of primary night shifted to the Republicans battling for second, third and fourth place. Projected to finish in second was Ohio Gov. John Kasich, a relatively moderate candidate who might face a difficult time unifying […]

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