Feb 6, 2016
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Iowa Democratic Party officials are reviewing results from the Iowa caucuses and making updates where discrepancies have been found. Party Chairwoman Andy McGuire the day after Monday's caucuses said no review would be conducted and that Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s narrow victory over Bernie Sanders is final. "Both the Sanders and Clinton campaigns have flagged a very small number of concerns for us, and we are looking at them all on a case-by-case basis," Iowa Democratic Party spokesman Sam Lau told the Register. The Register, too, has received numerous reports that the results announced in its precinct Monday night don't match what the Iowa Democratic Party has posted on its official results websites.
Stacey Dash has spoken out after Anthony Anderson threw a jab at her while hosting Friday night's 47th annual NAACP Image Awards. In his opening monologue at Friday night's awards show, Anderson joked that Dash would be the first presenter of the night. "Everybody give a round of applause for Stacey Dash!" he said.
Alex Nicholson was getting set to weigh-in for his first UFC fight, but he had one thing to take care of first: proposing to his girlfriend.
Paul Krishnamurty is a British professional political gambler currently touring America to watch the primaries firsthand—and to bet on the election. He’s reporting regularly for Politico Magazine on how the gambling markets see the race—who’s up, who’s down, and where the smart money is moving. 1. Trump’s odds plunged when he lost Iowa Story Continued Below When Trump came in second to Ted Cruz in Iowa, he took a big hit in the betting markets: His chance of winning the nomination was at 50 percent before Iowa, then almost immediately fell to 25 percent after the caucus results. As for New Hampshire, before Iowa, the market gave Trump a 75 percent chance in the state. Now he’s hovering around
The contractor has not announced that the new commercial will air during the game, when a 30-second spot can cost $5 million. Northrop Grumman provided a first look at its vision for the sixth-generation fighter to a handful of reporters in December.
Brett Favre played in 302 games over an illustrious 20-year career, so it'd be understandable if the Green Bay Packers legend couldn't remember his most fierce adversary. Toughest QB Brett Favre ever competed against? "I'd say they're all competitive, but when I really think about it, I would say Steve Young probably was," Favre said.
Bernie Sanders has put his rival in a can't-win position.
The network's push to ramp up its online All Access service - which offers its shows on PCs, tablets
In recent months, Chipotle has lost customers, sales and profits after outbreaks of foodborne illnesses
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With just over two days days remaining before the New Hampshire primary, seven of the remaining Republican
What text would you send your first love, if you had the guts to contact them out of the blue? California
Beyoncé did not merely drop a surprise song and video. Since she's not a slacker, she also has a
A sudden, sharp increase in babies with “no foreheads and very strange heads” was baffling doctors in
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Yes, it’s natural to sweat to rid the body of toxins and to cool it, but those glands are all, not just