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Mary Anne Marsh: Super Tuesday could decide Democratic nomination – here's the candidate in the best position to win
In 2016, Hillary Clinton clinched the Democratic nomination on Super Tuesday because she built an insurmountable lead in delegates
Child sexual abuse survivors deal with bankruptcy, old evidence after laws extend statute of limitations
Laws such as New York's Child Victims Act extend statute of limitations for lawsuits by sex abuse victims against Boy Scouts and the Catholic church.
How Modi's nationalist politics won him friends in the White House
Indian prime minister Narendra Modi was re-elected in a landslide in 2019. But his second term has been marred by controversy. A citizenship law, viewed widely as anti-Muslim, has triggered anti-government protests across India and worldwide. The Brief's Bianca Nobilo looks at the BJP leader's policies and examines his relationship with President Trump.
Election 2020: How the Democratic candidates could shape college costs, family finances
Several presidential candidates are proposing that many Americans attend college for free, but the details differ.
Indian PM Modi hugs Trump as the US president lands in his hometown
US President Donald Trump is welcomed with a hug from Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday as he lands in Modi's hometown of Ahmedabad, India.
China will raise tolerance for banks' non-performing loans amid coronavirus outbreak
China will increase the tolerance for non-performing loans (NPL) for local branches of financial institutions and encourage them to write off some bad loans to lower the NPL ratio, an official said on Monday.
South Korean cases surge past 830 as global epidemic grows
China postpones annual meeting of parliament - state TV
China's top legislative body formally decided to postpone the annual meeting of parliament originally scheduled to start on March 5, state television reported on Monday, amid a coronavirus outbreak that has infected more than 70,000 in the country.
UPDATE 4-Tens of thousands of Indians pack into stadium to greet Trump
Tens of thousands of people packed into a stadium in western India to welcome U.S. President Donald Trump on Monday as he began his first official visit to the country at a time when relations that have been buffeted by a trade dispute.
How South Korea’s Coronavirus Outbreak Got so Quickly out of Control
South Korea now has the highest number of coronavirus cases outside mainland China
Kobe Bryant public memorial, Trump visits India, Julian Assange: 5 things to know Monday
A memorial will be held for NBA icon Kobe Bryant and eight others killed in helicopter crash, President Trump visits India and more news you need to know Monday.
China's local government finances to suffer 'interim' impact due to virus
China's local governments will suffer an "interim impact" on fiscal revenue and expenditure from the virus epidemic that the country has so far allocated 99.5 billion yuan ($14.16 billion) to fight, a finance ministry official said on Monday.
Malaysia's Mahathir quits his party after resigning as PM - sources
Malaysia's Mahathir Mohamad has quit his Bersatu party after unexpectedly resigning as prime minister on Monday amid a power tussle, three sources with knowledge of the matter told Reuters.
Zion Williamson Is Like 'Prime Charles Barkley' Says Golden State Warriors Coach Steve Kerr
Williamson finished with 28 points and seven rebounds as the Pelicans defeated the Warriors 115-101 on the road on Sunday night.
Man lucky to be alive after driving car off 6-story parking garage
A man is lucky to be alive after somehow surviving driving his car off the top of a six-story parking garage.
Vietnam's Bamboo Airways to suspend all flights to South Korea over coronavirus concerns
Bamboo Airways will suspend flights to South Korea from Feb. 26 over coronavirus concerns, the company said on Monday.
Kuwait, Bahrain report coronavirus in people who visited Iran
Kuwait and Bahrain on Monday recorded their first new coronavirus cases, all involving people who had visited Iran, which has reported 43 cases of the disease, state media said.
Nutella Opens 'Pop-Up Swap Shop' for Mardi Gras 2020: How to Get Free Pancakes and Nutella
Mardi Gras takes place in February or March, depending on when Easter Sunday falls.
Afghanistan confirms first case of coronavirus from three suspected
Afghanistan on Monday identified the country's first case of coronavirus as reported cases outside China jump.
Malaysia's Mahathir will not ally with previous ruling coalition - Anwar
Malaysia's Mahathir Mohamad, who has resigned as prime minister, has no plans to join hands with anyone from the previous ruling coalition he defeated to try to form a new government, said his chosen successor Anwar Ibrahim.
Pardons, bullying and purges: Senate Republicans had leverage over Trump but didn't use it
Senate Republicans could have taken a lesson from 1868 and forced Trump to pledge good behavior before they cast votes against impeachment witnesses.       
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Fourth person dies in coronavirus outbreak in northern Italy - RAI radio
A fourth person infected with the coronavirus has died in Italy, RAI radio reported on Monday, as officials struggle to contain an outbreak of the illness in the north of the country with around 150 cases reported since Friday.
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WHO says no longer uses 'pandemic' category, but virus still emergency
The World Health Organization (WHO) no longer has a process for declaring a pandemic, but the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak remains an international emergency, a spokesman said on Monday.
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Trump arrives in India to speak at large rally, first visit as president
President Trump arrived in India on Monday to conduct his "Namaste, Trump" rally in Ahmadabad, a sequel to the "Howdy, Modi" Trump held with prime minister Narendra Modi in Houston last September.
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Trump kicks off whirlwind 36-hour visit to India
It's expected to emphasize pageantry over policy, but comes at time of rising trade tensions between the two nations
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Malaysian PM Mahathir submits resignation in shock move, leaves government in limbo
Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad has submitted a letter of resignation to the country's king, his office said on Monday, leaving the government in limbo amid talk of forming a new governing coalition.
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Coronavirus fears shouldn't stop you from investing in stocks and adding to your 401(k)
Worried about how the coronavirus could affect your stock market returns? Here's how the virus could shape your 401(k) in 2020.      
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Newsom hopes to broker a peace treaty in California's water war. Some worry he'll cave to Trump
No California water hole has been fought over more than the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta. It's right up there with the Owens Valley and the state's share of the Colorado River.
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Celebrating Black Excellence By Photographing Children as Black History Icons
In 2013, Eunique Jones Gibson snapped photos of Black children dressed as icons like Muhammad Ali, Harriet Tubman, Spike Lee and Rosa Parks. The photos were released during Black History Month that year in a campaign she dubbed Because of Them We Can. The goal was to teach kids to embrace their cultural heritage and history. It wasn’t meant to be a long-term project, but the images resonated with people of all ages in a big way. Today, Because of Them We Can is still going strong. The multimedia platform produces photo series and videos shoots celebrating Black excellence. And Gibson never runs out of creative ideas for positive, uplifting content. We go behind-the-scenes of her latest news-themed video shoot, which casts an adorable bunch of little ones as Don Lemon, April Ryan, Angela Rye, Bakari Sellers and Andrew Gillum.
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Global outbreak cause coronavirus pandemic fears after cases jump in Italy, South Korea
Fears of a global pandemic continue to grow as coronavirus cases spike in several countries, including Italy, South Korea, and Iran.
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'Guest is God': Trump arrives to crowds and dance in India
U.S. President Donald Trump landed in the western Indian city of Ahmedabad on Monday (February 24) at the start of a visit during which the two sides will aim to reset relations that have been buffeted by a trade spat.
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China not considering travel advisories for countries with rising coronavirus cases
China's foreign ministry said on Monday that Beijing was not considering issuing travel advisories for countries such as South Korea and Japan that are reporting an increase in coronavirus cases.
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Afghanistan identifies first confirmed coronavirus patient - health minister
Afghanistan's minister of public health said on Monday the country had identified its first case of coronavirus.
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AIPAC blasts Sanders after 2020 frontrunner says he’ll skip conference
The American Israel Public Affairs Committee late Sunday called out Sen. Bernie Sanders over his decision to skip its upcoming conference in Washington and then blaming the group's willingness to provide a platform for leaders to "express bigotry" as the reason. 
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A New Generation of Volunteers Emerges in the Chinese City at the Epicenter of the Coronavirus Crisis
Ordinary people are stepping up in Wuhan to create an informal civil society
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Virus epicenter Wuhan revokes announcement easing lockdown
An announcement that the Chinese city of Wuhan would relax some of its travel restrictions and allow some people to leave was made without authorization and has been revoked, the local government said on Monday.
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Italy cuts Carnival short over coronavirus spike
Fears mounted on Monday that the coronavirus outbreak in China will grow into a pandemic with disruptive and deadly consequences for countries around the world, after sharp rises in infections in South Korea, Italy and Iran. Venice also had to cancel the last two days of carnival. Libby Hogan reports.
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No need to close France/Italy borders over coronavirus - French minister
French junior transport minister Jean-Baptiste Djebbari said on Monday that he saw no need to close down transport borders between France and Italy, despite the spread of coronavirus.
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Is the Coronavirus Outbreak a Pandemic Yet?
It’s now clear that the epidemic was never going to be contained. What’s next?
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Qatar to quarantine passengers arriving from Iran, South Korea
Qatar will ask passengers arriving from Iran and South Korea to remain in home isolation or a quarantine facility for 14 days over fears of new coronavirus outbreak, Qatar Airways said in a statement on Monday.
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The Coronavirus Is Starting to Go Global
Outbreaks in Italy, Iran and South Korea may be just the tip of the iceberg.
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Iraq closes border crossing with Kuwait amid coronavirus spread
Iraq has shut its Safwan border crossing with Kuwait to travellers and trade at Kuwait's request, the local mayor told Reuters on Monday without providing a reason, amid fears over the spread of coronavirus.
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5 Reasons to Insta-Love Gujarat
Celebrate the beauty of Gujarat, India in these places.
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Mahathir Mohamad, Malaysia’s Prime Minister, Submits Resignation Letter
The move appears to be an attempt to jilt his supposed successor, Anwar Ibrahim, and remake a government without him — and most likely with Mr. Mahathir, 94, still at the helm.
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Ventura County naval base could be used to quarantine coronavirus patients
Point Mugu is being considered a possible landing spot for Americans suspected of being infected with the COVID-19 strain of coronvirus.
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Trump receives warm welcome upon arrival in India for two-day trip
President Trump arrived in India Monday morning for his highly-anticipated two-day trip where he hopes to forge a new trade deal with the country. The president landed at Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport, in Ahmedabad, at 11:35 a.m. local time. Trump and First Lady Melania Trump stepped out of Air Force One and were greeted...
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He competes in rodeo events as ‘Mason Saunders.’ You probably know him as Madison Bumgarner.
The longtime star pitcher for the Giants, now with the Diamondbacks, has also been teaming up for calf-roping competitions.
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