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Nearly a dozen animals killed in DHS house fire

Nearly a dozen animals died in a house fire in Desert Hot Springs Saturday. The flames also left one man and 11 dogs without a home.

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    North Korea has launched a long-range "missile," a South Korean defense ministry official said Sunday, an action immediately condemned by the United States as "destabilizing and provocative."

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    Marco Rubio is under fire at the final Republican presidential debate ahead of next Tuesday's New Hampshire primary.

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    Ted Cruz misstates CNN's reporting at Republican debate

    Sen. Ted Cruz knowingly misstated CNN's reporting during Saturday night's Republican primary debate in an effort to evade responsibility for misleading statements his campaign made about Ben Carson.

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    Analysis: Clintons earned $153 million from speeches

    Hillary Clinton and her husband, former President Bill Clinton, combined to earn more than $153 million in paid speeches from 2001 until Hillary Clinton launched her presidential campaign last spring, a CNN analysis shows.

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    North Korea launch: Satellite or warhead?

    North Korea launched a rocket Sunday morning, according to a South Korean defense ministry official, despite objections from its neighbors.

    Before the launch, North Korea had said it would put a satellite into orbit, but the launch is viewed by others...

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    Twitter bares cleavage for Susan Sarandon

    Watch what you say about Susan Sarandon's ample bosom or Twitter might #freethecleavage at you.

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    Louisville imposes postseason ban on men's hoops

    Graduate transfers Damion Lee and Trey Lewis headed to Louisville in hopes of getting to take part in March Madness for the first time.

  • Jeb Bush in Iowa

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    Bush on Trump: 'The guy needs therapy'

    Just hours before Saturday night's Republican debate in New Hampshire, Jeb Bush fired up his biggest crowd to date with digs against rival Donald Trump and exuded blunt confidence when addressing concerns about his family name.

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    'Affluenza' teen Ethan Couch moved to adult jail

    Teenager Ethan Couch, convicted in a 2013 fatal drunken-driving crash, has been transferred from a juvenile to an adult jail, Tarrant County, Texas, Sheriff Dee Anderson said Friday.

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    Magnitude-6.4 earthquake hits Taiwan; 14 dead

    At least 14 people were killed and 484 were injured Saturday morning when a magnitude-6.4 earthquake hit Taiwan, Taiwan's official Central News Agency reported.

    More than 200 people were rescued from damaged structures, many from a 16-story residentia...

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    Cornell fraternity president arrested on sex charges

    The president of a Cornell University fraternity was arrested after an alleged sexual assault in his fraternity house bedroom, according to court documents.

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    Clinton turns to Sanders' colleagues to question his preparedness

    Hillary Clinton turned to four female members of the United State Senate on Friday in New Hampshire to make her case for the presidency, and to cast her opponent, Sen. Bernie Sanders as unprepared for many aspects of the job.

  • A German policeman directs migrants walking across the nearby border from Austria on Oct. 17, 2015, in Wegscheid, Germany.

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    Protests in Europe target migrants

    Several hundred protesters gathered Saturday in front of a local eatery in Calais, France, chanting slogans such as "We are one" and singing the French national anthem.

    Calais is the French entrance to the Channel Tunnel leading to the United Kingdom,...

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    Pluto has 'floating hills,' NASA says

    Pluto's icy wonderland keeps mystifying scientists.

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    NY governor announces regulations to prevent gay 'conversion therapy'

    New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Saturday announced regulations to prevent "conversion therapy," a practice aimed at changing an individual's sexual orientation or gender identity, in the Empire State.

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    A man who claims he bought a $63 million winning ticket in the California lottery is suing, saying he was told the ticket was "too damaged" and disallowed for the jackpot.

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    ABC: No last-minute invite for Fiorina to debate

    ABC News has no plans to give Carly Fiorina a last-minute invitation to Saturday night's Republican debate, despite mounting protest from her and some of her fellow candidates, according to sources.

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    Hostages: 'Bonnie and Clyde' bid family goodbye

    Hours before a shootout that stopped a multistate crime spree, police say, a modern-day Bonnie and Clyde burst into one more home and held their last captives as Florida law enforcement officers pursued them.

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    5 things to watch in the Republican debate

    Donald Trump is back on the stage, and under pressure, as Republicans meet for their final debate before Tuesday's New Hampshire primary.

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    Trump vows to build border wall to address NH 'drug epidemic'

    Donald Trump on Saturday again vowed to build a wall along the Mexico-U.S. border -- this time arguing that it would help stem New Hampshire's "drug epidemic."

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    Iowa Democratic Party reviewing results in caucuses

    Democratic Party officials are reviewing results from the Iowa caucuses after a "very small number of concerns" were raised, a spokesman said Saturday.

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    Actress denounces Mississippi flag on red carpet

    Actress Aunjanue Ellis used the red carpet at the NAACP Image Awards on Friday to take a political stand.

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    New tarantula species named for Johnny Cash

    An expansive, decade-long survey of tarantulas in the United States has uncovered 14 new species, including one named after the "Man in Black."

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    5 killed in western Austria avalanche

    Five people who were among two groups of Czech skiers died Saturday in an avalanche in western Austria, a police spokesman said.

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