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[9 Feb 2016 | Comments Off on Two Compelling Wins That Leave the Race Unsettled | ]

What is striking about the results now in from Iowa and New Hampshire is how little those two states—the ones that often launch new front-runners and bring leaders crashing down to earth—have actually settled, Gerald F. Seib writes.

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[9 Feb 2016 | Comments Off on Trump Takes New Hampshire Republican Primary; Kasich Second | ]

Donald Trump seized his first victory of 2016 Tuesday, winning the New Hampshire Republican presidential primary by a decisive margin, while the rest of the party’s presidential field was left as murky as ever.

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[9 Feb 2016 | Comments Off on Jury Deliberations Begin in Officer’s Manslaughter Trial | ]

Attorneys delivered closing arguments in the trial of New York Police Department Officer Peter Liang, who has been charged with manslaughter in the shooting death of an unarmed man in November 2014.

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[9 Feb 2016 | Comments Off on Sanders Defeats Clinton in New Hampshire Democratic Primary | ]

Bernie Sanders soundly defeated Democratic rival Hillary Clinton in the New Hampshire primary, propelled by a wave of independents and young voters unhappy about the economy and skeptical about the future.

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[9 Feb 2016 | Comments Off on Sanders Defeats Clinton in New Hampshire Democratic Primary | ]

Bernie Sanders soundly defeated Democratic rival Hillary Clinton in the New Hampshire primary, propelled by a wave of independents and young voters unhappy about the economy and skeptical about the future.

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[9 Feb 2016 | Comments Off on Focus in the Republican Race Will Soon Shift to South Carolina | ]

State has a number of important constituencies, including a large population of evangelicals, military veterans, retirees, professionals and working-class voters.

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[9 Feb 2016 | Comments Off on Focus in the Republican Race Will Soon Shift to South Carolina | ]

State has a number of important constituencies, including a large population of evangelicals, military veterans, retirees, professionals and working-class voters.

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[9 Feb 2016 | Comments Off on Saltshaker Warnings Get Their Day in Court | ]

Oral arguments are set to begin in the restaurant industry’s challenge to New York City’s rule to put saltshaker warning labels on high-sodium menu items.

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[9 Feb 2016 | Comments Off on Saltshaker Warnings Get Their Day in Court | ]

Oral arguments are set to begin in the restaurant industry’s challenge to New York City’s rule to put saltshaker warning labels on high-sodium menu items.

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[9 Feb 2016 | Comments Off on Pope to Stand With Migrants at U.S. Border | ]

Pope Francis arrives in Mexico on Friday for a six-day visit that will end with a symbolic and potentially controversial act: the pontiff taking a stand on the fortified U.S. border to show solidarity with the migrants trying to cross it.