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Donald Trump Speaks at Liberty University

He continued: "We're going to protect Christianity". The Bible passage Trump was referring to is actually " Second Corinthians" - not "two Corinthians", despite declaring in Iowa earlier this month that he's an evangelical Presbyterian Christian.

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WhatsApp will abolish $1 annual subscription fee in coming weeks

But while dropping the subscription fee will nevertheless translate into a drop in some amount of revenue, it eliminates a reason why WhatsApp hasn't hit the big "billion" yet: Users dropping the app after the free year is over. "Naturally, people might wonder how we plan to keep WhatsApp running without subscription fees and if today's announcement means we are introducing third-party advertisements".

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Donald Trump blasts 'hypocrite' rival for opposing gay rights but taking

Trump, on "This Week" called Cruz a "hypocrite" for raising money in NY and taking personal loans from banks for his 2012 Senate campaign that he didn't disclose on Federal Election Commission forms, including a loan from Goldman Sachs . "And again, it may be a little bit of a New York background because there is some different attitude in different parts of the country, and you know, I was raised in New York-grew up and worked and everything else in New York City".

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IEA Warns of Further Oil Market Turmoil

Oil sank to a 12-year low of less than $28 a barrel in London on Monday as the removal of global sanctions over the weekend freed Iran to revive crude exports, threatening to swell a glut created by fellow OPEC members and USA shale drillers.

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SpaceX: Drone Landing Attempt By Falcon 9 Fails For The Third Time

According to The Associated Press , SpaceX CEO Elon Musk posted a video of the landing attempt to his Instagram account. Most-read articles Fourth time's a charm? It was SpaceX's third attempt to perform an ocean landing of Falcon 9, while the previous two exploded during a similar manoeuvre.

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UnitedHealth 4Q profit drops, still tops Street 4Q forecasts

However, UnitedHealth's full-year profit still increased 3.5% year over year, totaling $5.81 billion. UnitedHealth said the exchanges contributed to the company's consolidated medical-care ratio-the amount of premiums used to pay patient medical costs-rising to 82.7% in the fourth quarter, up from 80.9% in the third quarter and 80.1% in fourth quarter 2014.