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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

U.S. President Barack Obama walks out of the residence toward Marine One while departing the White House, on February 10, 2016 in Washington, DC.

Obama: 'I Still Believe in a Politics of Hope'

President Obama returned to where it all began to once again call for hope and change in politics, returning to his home state of Illinois to lay out his vision for the future. "We've got to build a better politics," he 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.

Sir Paul McCartney performs during the U.S. 'Out There' tour at Joe Louis Arena on October 21, 2015 in Detroit, Michigan.

Paul McCartney Is Launching 'Audio Emoticons'

The Paul McCartney who appeared in grainy, black-and-white footage on The Ed Sullivan Show in 1964 could’ve never imagined this. The ex-Beatle announced he had partnered with Skype to create a series of 10 animated, love-themed Mojis

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Teen Fatally Shot After Cousin Falls off Hoverboard

A 13-year-old in Florida was killed after his cousin fell from a hoverboard, causing a gun to discharge into the back of the boy's head, Orlando police said. His cousin later said he accidentally fired the gun when he lost his balance

Inside The 2015 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS)

Tesla Says Model 3 To Be Unveiled in March

Tesla's cheapest-ever vehicle will be shown off to the public for the first time in March. The Model 3 is expected to be priced at about $35,000, before tax incentives that further lower the effective price of alternative energy cars

Federal Reserve Bank Chair Janet Yellen holds a news conference where she announced that the Fed will raise its benchmark interest rate for the first time since 2008 at the bank's Wilson Conference Center December 16, 2015 in Washington, DC.

Janet Yellen: Fed Could Slow Interest Rate Hikes

Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen said the U.S. economy faces a number of global threats that could derail growth and compel the Fed to slow the pace of future interest rate hikes, as she addressed Congress in her semiannual report

Canada: Black Lives Matter March in Toronto

Black Lives Matter Activist Kills Self Outside Statehouse

A Columbus, Ohio, community organizer active in the Black Lives Matter movement killed himself on the steps of the Ohio Statehouse, the state highway patrol said. Marshawn McCarrel II, 23, fatally shot himself with a handgun on the exterior steps of the complex

Burger King Grilled Dogs

Burger King Is Going to the (Hot) Dogs

Burger King is delving into a largely untapped fast food market with the introduction of flame-grilled hot dogs. Dubbed "Grilled Dogs," the new item will be available later this month and is set to be a permanent menu fixture

An undated file picture released Dec. 6, 2011, shows the jointly run Kaesong Industrial Complex in the North Korean border town of Kaesong.

S. Korea to Close Industrial Complex After Rocket Launch

South Korea said that it will shut down a joint industrial park with North Korea in response to the North's recent rocket launch, accusing the North of using hard currency from the park to develop its nuclear and missile programs