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Justice Department sues Ferguson, Missouri, over policing practices


The U.S. Justice Department filed a civil rights lawsuit against Ferguson, Missouri, on Wednesday, with Attorney General Loretta Lynch saying the city's residents have "suffered the deprivation of their constitutional rights — the rights guaranteed to all Americans — for decades.

These real Hollywood scripts show how superficially female characters are written


Much has been said about the lack of substantial roles for women in Hollywood films — female characters are disproportionately underrepresented and hypersexualized, a 2013 study found.

Carly Fiorina drops out of presidential race


Former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina suspended her bid for the Republican presidential nomination, she announced Wednesday.

Iranian state TV airs footage of a captured U.S. sailor in tears


On Wednesday, Iranian state television aired previously unseen footage of the U.S. Navy crew members detained by Iranian authorities last month.

Reince Priebus thinks Michael Bloomberg's campaign would ensure a Republican victory


Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus wouldn't be thrown by Michael Bloomberg entering the presidential race as an independent.

Amazon is testing a free sommelier service


As part of Amazon's ongoing quest to run every aspect of your life, the tech giant is testing a free sommelier consultation service.

Ben Carson's election party was so depressing that the bartender knit a blanket


Ben Carson evacuated New Hampshire hours before the primary, leaving his own election party to revel without him.

Rupert Murdoch called Chris Christie a 'suicide bomber'


Gov. Chris Christie (R-N.J.) is reportedly suspending his presidential bid as early as Wednesday, after weak showings in both Iowa and New Hampshire.

Rand Paul's campaign manager is now an adviser to Marco Rubio


With Rand Paul out of the running, the Kentucky senator's former campaign manager is joining up with another Republican presidential candidate: Florida Sen.

Burger King is going to start selling hot dogs


Come for cardboard crowns and mediocre burgers, stay for the hot dogs? Burger King is adding wieners to its menu, Fortune reports.

Officials could face manslaughter charges in Flint water crisis


A top investigator in the drinking water crisis in Flint, Michigan announced Tuesday that, depending on how the investigation pans out, state and county officials could face charges as serious as manslaughter.

Bernie Sanders courts minority vote, meets with Rev. Al Sharpton


Both Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton have turned their attention to the minority vote as they head to South Carolina later this month, where approximately 60 percent of registered Democrats are black.

Bernie Sanders saw a $2.6-million fundraising surge after his New Hampshire win


Though Bernie Sanders currently has two fewer New Hampshire delegates than rival Hillary Clinton at Tuesday night's primary, he overwhelmingly won the state's popular vote.

The eighth official Harry Potter story is coming this summer


If a trip to London's West End this summer to catch the eighth installment of the Harry Potter series just wasn't possible, there's now a Plan B.

500 reported dead in Russian-backed Aleppo offensive


At least 500 people have been killed since the beginning of a Russian-backed offensive on Aleppo, which began on the first of the month, Al Jazeera reports.

Chris Christie to reportedly suspend presidential bid


Gov. Chris Christie (R-N.J.) is reportedly considering suspending his presidential bid as early as Wednesday afternoon, an anonymous source told ABC News.

Clinton supporters worry their candidate has no clear message


Following their candidate's trouncing in the New Hampshire primary, Hillary Clinton supporters worried that the Bernie Sanders campaign is winning the messaging game.

Rubio aide predicts South Carolina will be a 'bloodbath' for Jeb


The tortoise is still in the race after a reasonably decent showing in New Hampshire, much to fellow Floridian Marco Rubio's chagrin.

This bill would mandate bigger airplane seats for wider Americans


Americans are getting fatter as airplane seats grow narrower, but a new House bill could mandate a minimum seat size to accommodate our increasing average girth.

The GOP race is as crazy and wide open as it's ever been


After the results in Iowa, I crowed about how I called it. Now that the New Hampshire results are in, I have to own the fact that I faceplanted.


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