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5 more states ready to chip in delegates to Campaign 2016

Yes, he did it. Trump then noted that Rubio had mocked his hands as small, widely viewed as an insult about Trump's sexual prowess, and, holding his hands up to the audience, he declared, "I guarantee you, there's no problem" in that area.

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Sanders projected to win Colorado's Democratic caucus

Preliminary results include interviews with 944 Democratic voters, including 184 absentee or early voters who were interviewed by phone before election day, and with 1,382 Republican primary voters, including 245 absentee or early voters interviewed by phone.

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Apple lawyer says Federal Bureau of Investigation seeks unsafe precedent

A lawmaker on Tuesday accused the Federal Bureau of Investigation of overstepping its bounds in its attempt to unlock the iPhone of one of the attackers of a government services building in San Bernardino a year ago. The governments assertion of power is without limiting principle and likely to have sweeping consequences - whether or not we pretend that the request is limited to just this device, or just this one case, Conyers said of the California case.

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Supreme Court hears arguments in challenge to Texas abortion law

Casey , which found that abortion restrictions may not place an " undue burden " on women seeking to terminate a pregnancy. Whole Woman's Health v. Hellerstedt case is over a Texas law that requires clinic doctors performing abortions to have admitting privileges at a hospital within 30 miles of the facility.

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Apple and Federal Bureau of Investigation battle moves to Capitol Hill

Apple has called on Congress to help resolve the debate around the ability of law enforcement agencies to access data on iPhones. Ken Wisnefski of Internet marketer WebiMax on Apple vs. "One risk is making this all about Apple when in reality it's about all of us", Lynch told an audience at a major cybersecurity industry conference in San Francisco.

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Terms of state loan prevented Flint from reverting to Detroit water

Those named include firms hired to evaluate the city's water services as well Flint's former public utilities director, a former Michigan Department of Environmental Quality spokesman and the state's chief medical executive. "Flint's most vulnerable residents, including children and pregnant women, will now have greater access to a broad range of health care services to help them mitigate the effects of lead exposure", added U.S.