The Brief

Democratic presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders participate in the MSNBC Democratic Candidates Debate at the University of New Hampshire in Durham on Feb. 4, 2016.
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Milwaukee Brew-Ha-Ha

Two days after a landslide defeat in New Hampshire, Hillary Clinton will meet Bernie Sanders on a debate stage in Milwaukee on Thursday night, where the two are likely to clash on on Wall Street donations, criminal justice reform and foreign policy

A sign at a road closure near an FBI and police checkpoint leading into the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge headquarters near Burns, Ore., Feb. 5, 2016.

Oregon Standoff Ends as Last Occupiers Surrender

The last four protesters occupying Oregon's Malheur National Wildlife Refuge have turned themselves in to federal law enforcement, bringing to an end the 40-day occupation of the refuge by an armed militia against federal land usage

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks during a campaign rally February 10, 2016 in Clemson, South Carolina.

Donald Trump Settles Lawsuit Against Univision

Donald Trump and Univision said they have resolved the lawsuit that the Republican presidential contender filed after the company decided last summer not to broadcast the Miss Universe and Miss USA pageants.

Image of NHS Hospital Corridor, leading to medical treatment rooms

Hospital Performs Surgery on Wrong Baby

A Tennessee hospital performed a minor surgery on the wrong infant. Jennifer Melton said she thought doctors were taking her newborn son Nate for a typical exam. But a doctor performed a "tongue-clipping" surgery that was supposed to happen to another baby

A video screen grab shows riot police outside Topo Chico prison after a deadly riot in the northern city of Monterrey, Mexico, Feb. 11, 2016.

At Least 52 Dead in Mexico Prison Riot

A prison riot and fire killed at least 52 and left 12 others injured in the Mexican state of Monterrey, local outlets report. Several prisoners may have escaped. The fire began shortly after midnight and was accompanied by shouts and explosions

Most Americans Want to Live to 100: Survey

Most Americans Want to Live to 100

Most Americans want to live to their 100th birthday, according to a new survey by the Stanford Center on Longevity in partnership with TIME. The catch? They aren't putting in the legwork to do so comfortably

In this Jan. 11, 2016, photo, a group of women and young children wait to leave the besieged town of Madaya, northwest of Damascus, Syria. Doctors Without Borders says dozens of people in Madaya have died of starvation since September.

Besieged Syrian City on the Verge of Starvation

Some people were so malnourished when the aid arrived to the town of Madaya that they died in the following weeks. The U.N. said 400 people needed immediate medical evacuation, but was not able to take them out

World Climate Change Conference 2015 (COP21)

U.S. Science Teachers Struggle to Teach Climate Change

Science teachers in the U.S. often botch lessons on climate change, hampered by conservative values and their own lack of knowledge on the topic, according to new research. "There’s a lot of opportunities for them to do a better job," the study's author said

HBO Has a Long Way to Go to Catch Netflix

HBO Now currently has about 800,000 subscribers, a dip from an analyst's initial estimate and miles away from the dominant streaming services. Netflix has 38 million paying subscribers in the U.S.