The Brief

Presidential Candidate Marco Rubio made  a stop outside the polling place as New Hampshire residents voted at a polling station located at Windham Highschool on Feb. 9, 2016, in Windham N.H.

The Race Moves South

The presidential hopefuls quickly pivoted to South Carolina on Wednesday following blowout victories by outsider candidates in New Hampshire, with the insurgents riding high, Establishment-friendly candidates looking to regroup — and two candidates calling it quits

A victim of a suicide bomb attack at a refugee camp receives treatment at a hospital, in Maiduguri, Nigeria, Feb. 10, 2016.

58 Killed in Nigeria Refugee Camp Attack

Two female suicide bombers blew themselves up in a northeastern Nigerian refugee camp, killing at least 58 people, health and rescue officials said. Some 78 people are being treated for wounds from the twin 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

New Hampshire Primary Voting Election 2016

Sanders Raises Millions Off New Hampshire Win

When Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders took the stage in New Hampshire to deliver his victory speech, he asked for campaign contributions in his own way: by complaining about the campaign-finance system. It worked, to the tune of $5.2 million


New Study Almost Doubles Syrian Death Toll

The five-year-old war in Syria has claimed 470,000 lives, according to new research that almost doubles previous estimates about the human cost of the conflict. The Syrian Center for Policy Research says that 11.5% of Syria's population has been killed or injured

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., center, is joined at rear by, from right, Majority Whip John Cornyn, R-Texas, Sen. John Thune, R-S.D., Sen. John Barrasso, R-Wyo., Sen. Roy Blunt, R-Mo., and Sen. Roger Wicker, R-Miss., as they talk to reporters following a closed-door policy meeting at the Capitol in Washington, Feb. 9, 2016.

Senate Unanimously Passes Tougher North Korea Sanctions

The Senate has unanimously approved legislation that aims to derail North Korea's drive for nuclear weapons by hitting Pyongyang with more stringent sanctions. Republicans and Democrats set aside their partisan differences Wednesday and voted 96-0 to pass the bill

Former Auschwitz Guard on Trial in Germany

A 94-year-old former Auschwitz guard is going on trial on 170,000 counts of accessory to murder in western Germany, accused of serving in the death camp at a time when hundreds of thousands of Hungarian Jews were gassed

Georgia's Minister of Defence Tinatin Khidasheli (L) and NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg (R) address a NATO-Georgia Commission defense ministers meeting at the Alliance's headquarters in Brussels, Feb. 11, 2016.

U.S. Says NATO Will Help Stop Migrant Smuggling

U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter says NATO military authorities have been ordered to draw up plans for how the alliance could help shut down illegal migration and people smuggling across the Aegean Sea

Los Angeles Homeless

L.A. Passes Major Plans Against Homelessness

The city and county on Tuesday approved sweeping plans to fight homelessness by subsidizing housing and coordinating programs to keep people from joining an estimated 45,000 people already living on the streets

Municipal workers walk after spraying insecticide at Sambodrome in Rio de Janeiro

U.S. Olympic Committee Hiring Disease Specialists for Zika

The U.S. Olympic Committee will hire two infectious disease specialists to advise potential Olympians who are worried about the Zika outbreak in Brazil. USOC CEO Scott Blackmun sent a letter Wednesday to all possible Olympians, acknowledging the growing worries over the virus