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Trump Holds 15-Point Lead Over Cruz in Indiana Ahead of Primary
Donald Trump holds a 15 percentage point lead over Texas Sen. Ted Cruz in Indiana ahead of the state's Republican primary this Tuesday, according to a new poll from NBC/WSJ/Marist released Sunday morning. Trump earned 49 percent support in the new poll, while Cruz garnered 34 percent and John
Obama out: President Closes out His Run as Comedian-in-Chief
President Barack Obama has performed his brand of sharp-tongued comedy at the White House Correspondents' Dinner for the last time _ wrapping up with "Obama out" and dropping the mic while the crowd cheered
Obama out: President Takes Last Shots at Official Washington
President Barack Obama and his wife can't wait to get out of the White House, if you believe his wisecracks at the annual correspondents' dinner
Everything You Need to Know About the White House Correspondents' Dinner
They call it “nerd prom.” The annual White House Correspondents’ Dinner (WHCD) is one of Washington’s hottest tickets. It’s a night where journalists rub shoulders with Hollywood celebrities, athletes and administrators. The star-studded event is hosted by the White House Correspondents’
Report: Lego Denial of Ai Weiwei Order Due to Mistake
Kjeld Kirk Kristiansen, whose family owns the Lego group, says "an internal mistake" led the company to deny a bulk order last year from Chinese dissident artist Ai Weiwei, who wanted toy bricks for an exhibition in Australia
Neighbor of 'Full House' Home Describes Hordes of Fans
A neighbor of the San Francisco home made famous in “Full House” and now “Fuller House” says it has become such a fan attraction she has to yell, “Crazy lady backing out,” when she leaves her driveway. “What I do is I usually open the garage door and they ignore it and then I go out and say, ‘Watch
FBI Recommends Against Notifying Apple of Security Gap in San Bernardino iPhone
The U.S. government is unlikely to notify Apple about how it was able to break into an iPhone left behind by one of the San Bernardino shooters, according to sources familiar with the matter. The FBI is expected to recommend to the White House that it decline an inter-agency review of the matter,
Iraqi Parliament Approves Partial Cabinet Change Amid 'Million Man March'
Thousands of Iraqis traveled to Baghdad Tuesday to voice their opposition to government leaders, rallying for an end to political corruption. The "million-man march" was called for by influential Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr ahead of a scheduled parliament session to vote on a new government. Many
5 Storylines to Watch in the 'Acela Primary'
The so-called "Acela primary" launches today, bringing voters to the polls in five Northeastern states. Ballots will be cast in Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Maryland and Delaware, largely finishing up most of this election's primaries in the region. Here are five of the most important
Apple Watch 2 Rumored to Have Cellular Connectivity
The Apple Watch 2 is rumored to be able to make calls without needing an iPhone.