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State of the 2016 campaign after NH GOP forum

Donald Trump did not join the 14 GOP candidates who took the stage at a forum in New Hampshire. "Face the Nation" anchor John Dickerson and CBS News chief White House correspondent Major Garrett join CBSN for analysis of the campaign.
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What 5th graders think about the 2016 presidential race
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Kasich: We're going to win Ohio, then it's a whole new ball game
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Russian forces begin to withdraw from Syria
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New details about ISIS fighter claiming to be from Virginia
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White House to announce Russian sanctions: report
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Dickerson on Trump's fight to win Florida, Ohio
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Democratic contests could decide how long race lasts
Like the Republicans, Democrats are voting in five big states Tuesday. A poll gives Hillary Clinton a commanding 26-point lead in Florida, where 214 delegates are up for grabs. But polls in Ohio show Bernie Sanders trailing Clinton by only five points. Nancy Cordes reports from Charlotte, North Carolina, another state where Clinton is the favorite.
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FBI opens a new investigation into China 'every 10 hours,' bureau director says
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FBI opens a new investigation into China 'every 10 hours,' bureau director says
The FBI has more than 2,000 investigations that tie back to the Chinese government and is opening a new one "every 10 hours," the bureau's director told the US Senate Intelligence Committee on Wednesday.
White Sox's Carlos Rodón throws no-hitter against Indians
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Escalation of an angry political tone
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Putin orders troops out of Syria, Palin slams Trump "thugs": #CBSN10 trending stories
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Civilians flee ISIS-controlled Mosul in race for freedom
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Other GOP candidates urge voters to shun Trump
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Purported American ISIS defector caught in Iraq
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Minnesota protesters, police clash for fourth straight night after Daunte Wright shooting
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Putin orders Russian troops out of Syria
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Yale basketball captain to sue amid sexual assault scandal
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CNN crew chased away by Minnesota rioters after crew member hit in the head with water bottle
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What happens if Trump wins big Tuesday night?
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House committee approves bill to create commission on slavery reparations, supporters call it long overdue
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Cotton says Dems will do anything for power amid Supreme Court packing move
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Clinton and Sanders set to do battle at the polls
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Emotions run high at Trump rallies
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Hamilton cast performs "Alexander Hamilton" at White House
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Minnesota Democrat group threatens government shutdown if police reforms aren’t passed: report
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Chicago White Sox's Carlos Rodon throws MLB's second no-hitter of 2021
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March Madness 2016 brackets unveiled
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Russia orders troop withdrawal in Syria
Russian president Vladimir Putin has ordered the withdrawal of his troops from Syria. This order comes amid a ceasefire in the war-torn country. CBS News senior security analyst Juan Zarate joins CBSN with the latest details.
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4/14: Red and Blue
Biden announces troop withdrawal from Afghanistan; Race to win Republican primary in Alabama
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Carlos Rodon loses perfect game in heartbreaker, salvages no-hitter
Chicago White Sox left-hander Carlos Rodón lost his bid for a perfect game when he hit Cleveland’s Roberto Pérez in the foot with a pitch with one out in the ninth inning Wednesday. Rondon was able to salvage the no-hitter as the White Sox won, 8-0. There have been 23 perfect games in MLB history....
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New Yorker who allegedly waved a four-bladed glove at Black Lives Matter protesters indicted on charges of trying to hit them with an SUV
A New Yorker who prosecutors say yelled "I will kill you" at Black Lives Matter protesters and then allegedly drove an SUV onto a sidewalk toward them has been indicted on 39 charges, including nine counts of attempted second-degree murder, the Queens County District Attorney announced Wednesday.
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