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Why A Vote For An Establishment Candidate Could Be A Vote For Trump In N.H.

Under the state's delegate process, candidates who don't get at least 10 percent of the vote lose their delegates to the winner of the primary.

For Mardi Gras, Les Bon Temps Rouler In Mobile, Ala., Too

Most people think of New Orleans on Mardi Gras. But the pre-Lenten celebration has roots in another Gulf Coast city. Mobile, Ala., proudly bills itself as the "mother of mystics."

Georgia Scientists Join The Race For A Zika Vaccine

The University of Georgia and an Atlanta-based biotechnology company are working on a vaccine for the Zika virus.

Pastor Protection Bill Passes First Test

The legislation, sponsored by Rep. Kevin Tanner (R-Dawsonville), made it through a House Judiciary Subcommittee Thursday with minor changes.

'Us' Vs. 'I, I, I' For Some Democrats In What Used To Be Clinton Country

Though Hillary Clinton still has her loyalists, even some former supporters are "feeling the Bern" in New Hampshire.

In The Light Of The Morning After, How Bad Was Rubio's Repetition?

"I would pay for them to keep running that clip, because that's what I believe passionately," Marco Rubio said of a much-aired video excerpt of him repeating a line at Saturday's debate.

Bassist Jane Little Sets World Record After 71 Years with ASO

Little is the longest serving orchestral player in the world.