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RNC Chairman: Any of the GOP Candidates Can Beat Clinton or Sanders

Feb 12
Republican presidential candidates are hitting each other hard as they prepare for the South Carolina debate on CBS News Saturday night.

Harlem Hate Pastor Threatens Stand-Off With Authorities

Feb 12
Could the notorious Harlem Hate Church follow in the footsteps of Waco, Wounded Knee and the Bundy Ranch?

Congress Gives Final OK to Banning Local Internet Taxes

By Alan Fram | Feb 12
Congress voted Thursday to permanently bar state and local governments from taxing access to the Internet, as lawmakers leapt at an election-year chance to demonstrate their opposition to imposing levies on online service.

Kanye's Lyrics About Taylor Swift Ignite New Controversy

By Kristin M. Hall | Feb 12
Kanye West's new album, "The Life Of Pablo," has ignited a new controversy between the rapper and pop superstar Taylor Swift.

Panel Advances Bill to Require Ultrasounds Before Abortions

By Bruce Shreiner | Feb 12
Abortion opponents increasingly on the offensive in Kentucky's statehouse advanced legislation Thursday that would require doctors to perform ultrasounds prior to abortions and to describe what is seen to the pregnant women.

Former Transgender Inmate Settles With Prison Officials

By Kate Brumback | Feb 12
A former transgender inmate who had complained that she didn't get adequate treatment for her gender identity condition has settled a lawsuit against Georgia prison officials.

Pharmabro Shkreli Offers Kanye $10M for New Album, Fails at Being a Villain

Feb 12
Pharmabro Martin Shkreli took to Twitter shortly after Kanye West debuted his new album "The Life of Pablo" and offered the rapper $10 million for the yet-unreleased LP. He then said his offer "should delay the album for a few days."

'Downton Abbey' Star Brendan Coyle Banned from Driving

Feb 12
Actor Brendan Coyle, who played beleaguered valet John Bates on TV drama "Downton Abbey," has been banned from driving after being caught behind the wheel after drinking.

My City Bikes Campaign Increases Heart Health With Physical Activity

Feb 12
February is American Heart Month, and evidence shows that short bouts of regular exercise like that done in cycling can drastically lower the risk of heart disease and high blood pressure.

Double the Chaos: Amped-Up Funds Flourish Amid Turmoil

By Stan Choe | Feb 12
Investors in search of supercharged returns are plugging more dollars into investments that aim to give double or even triple the daily returns of boring old index funds. But even the companies behind these investments warn that they're not for everyone.

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