A voter marks his ballot in the presidential primary, in Nashua, N.H., on Tuesday.
Did Marco Rubio do serious damage during Saturday's debate? Does Donald Trump need a better ground game? Will Bernie Sanders ride a huge win into other states? And how many more Republicans get out of the race?
A still from Beyonce's "Formation."
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From left to right, Super Bowl ads for Mountain Dew, Heinz, and Xifaxan.
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Contractors who supply workers to farmers say requirements of the Affordable Care Act and the immigration status of many of the workers create a Catch-22.
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The federal health law is putting farmers in a tough spot. Many contractors supplying workers have to offer health coverage. Insurance is costly and contractors worry about immigration fallout.
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Rescue workers are using heavy equipment to look for survivors trapped in a building that collapsed in a 6.4 magnitude earthquake in the southern Taiwanese city of Tainan.
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So far, 39 of the 41 people who died from the quake were residents of the Golden Dragon apartment building in the city of Tainan.
Rescue personnel stand in front of two trains that collided head-on near Bad Aibling, in southern Germany, Tuesday.
Rescue and salvage crews are still working at the site of the crash near the town of Bad Aibling, roughly 40 miles southeast of Munich.
Lucinda Williams' new album, The Ghosts Of Highway 20, shows off her Southern roots.
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For decades, the Americana singer has been known for her gritty, gutsy songs. The Ghosts Of Highway 20 takes listeners to the American South, a place she associates with her late father.
Sushi burritos from Washington, D.C., restaurant Buredo. These are delicious, but there's no way they'll earn certification as authentic Japanese cuisine under a new program from the government of Japan.
In a world of Big Mac sushi and Cajun rolls, Japan is launching a new program to certify the 89,000 Japanese restaurants outside the country that uphold traditional washoku cuisine values.
The black-legged tick can spread both species of bacteria known to cause Lyme disease.
It's not the tick that causes Lyme disease, but the bacteria that live in its spit. Scientists at the Mayo Clinic have found a second bacterium capable of causing the disease in people.
Presidential candidate New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie speaks at a town hall-style campaign event in Hampton, N.H., on Sunday.
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In New Hampshire, Republican presidential candidates are using compassionate language when it comes to drug abuse. It's a marked change for a party that has advocated tough stances on the issue.
Emotion seemed to fuel plenty of sighs by Humphrey Bogart's character Rick (right) in the 1942 film classic Casablanca, and even Rick's good friend Sam, played by actor Dooley Wilson, couldn't console him.
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Sighs aren't just signs of resignation, relief or the blues. Involuntary sighs are vital to lung health, say scientists who think they have figured out the brain circuitry that controls the reflex.
The Interpreter of Maladies author is a successful, Pulitzer Prize-winning English-language writer. But she found writing in Italian gave her true freedom. "Language is a very messy thing," she says.
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Earl and Jeneyah McDonald with their sons Justice, 6, and Josiah, 2, at their home in Flint, Mich. The McDonalds have had to teach their sons that the water is poison and not to go near it or use it.
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For Jeneyah McDonald, using bottled water for everything has become an onerous but necessary routine. Still, she worries about the effects that toxic tap water will have on her sons.
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Mueller was an aid worker in Syria when she was taken hostage in 2013. Her death was confirmed in February 2015. The woman charged in Mueller's captivity is in Iraqi custody.
Glen Hansard, Dan Deacon, Sharon Van Etten and Kishi Bashi were just some of the artists who performed live at the sold-out party.
Divers around the open-ocean aquaculture cage at the Cape Eleuthera Institute in the Bahamas. These cages are not currently used in the Gulf of Mexico, but represent one type of farming technology that could work in the region.
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For the first time, companies can apply to set up fish farms in U.S. federal waters. The government says the move will help reduce American dependence on foreign seafood and improve security.
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Filmmaker and writer dream hampton says that Beyonce's provocative new video is "about a black future [where] we are imagining ourselves having power and magic."
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Furiosa (played by Charlize Theron, front right), fights to liberate the wives of a tyrannical warlord in Mad Max: Fury Road.
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Miller, who directed the first Mad Max film in 1979, says it will be a few years before he has any idea whether Mad Max: Fury Road "endures in some way."
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The Denver Broncos' Super Bowl victory against the Carolina Panthers was the third most-watched broadcast in U.S. television history. CBS also streamed the game online.
For the first time, CBS put the full Super Bowl — with ads — online, claiming record viewership. But StreamingMedia.com's Dan Rayburn says the decision to stream is getting too much hype.
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Doctors prepare to circumcise a baby in Bandung, Indonesia, in 2013. Indonesia authorized medical personnel to perform the procedure in 2010, then revoked the authorization in 2014.
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And 60 million of the cases are in Indonesia, which was added to the survey for the first time — evidence that FGM goes far beyond Africa and the Middle East.