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12:19 PM - Wednesday, May 27, 2015
6 hour ago - CNN.com
In South Carolina, Hillary Clinton looks for redemption after slogging through a bitter and racially charged primary contest against Barack Obama in 2008.
5 hour ago - NPR / Amita Kelly
Speaking about his state's law that requires an ultrasound before an abortion, the Wisconsin governor said he meets people all the time who are excited to show him ultrasounds of their grandkids.
4 hour ago - LA Times / Matt Pearce
Pennsylvania State University is cutting ties with a campus fraternity for three years after the fraternity's members uploaded nude and semi-nude photos of women, some of whom appeared to be passed out, on an invitation-only Facebook page.
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5 hour ago - CNN.com
An Air France passenger jet had a near miss with an active volcano in Africa earlier this month, according to French aviation authorities who are investigating the incident.
7 hour ago - NPR / Bill Chappell
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit has blocked an Arkansas law that bans abortion after 12 weeks of pregnancy. The case was filed by two doctors on their own and their patients' behalf.
4 hour ago - The Huffington Post / Sam Levine
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) on Wednesday blamed the rise of ISIS on hawkish members of the GOP who he said were too eager to intervene abroad. Paul, who is running for president, has worked to push back against the characterization that he is an . . .
6 hour ago - The Guardian / Graeme Wearden
All the latest economic and financial news, as Greek PM Alexis Tsipras claims that an agreement with creditors is closeGreek PM: We’re on the final stretchBut EC says more work needed Summary: America turns up the heat on EuropeNo more emergenc . . .
23 hour ago - msnbc.com: Top msnbc.com headlines / Andrew Rafferty
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders formally kicked off his underdog White House bid on Tuesday, promising to build a grassroots movement of millions ready to "to stand up and fight back."
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