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Debating the female divide in support for Clinton

The New Hampshire primary has lighted the divide between younger and older female voters in the Democratic race; Christiane Amanpour discusses with two guests.

Why Does Marco Rubio Want You To Call Him Bae?

Some political candidates try really hard to convince America they're cool, even if no one asked for that.

Texas couple charged with forcing nanny to work for no pay

A Houston-area couple is accused of forcing a Nigerian woman to care for their five children and home without pay, seizing her passport and not letting her leave

Man casually trips suspect on the run from police

A civilian in England decided to help the cops out by tripping the alleged drug dealer they were running after. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) explains.

Man Dies After Setting Himself On Fire In Front Of Kensington Palace

Police received a call about a man acting suspiciously early Tuesday morning. When they arrived, they found a man in his 40s on fire.

Doctors Discover Man's Unstoppable Hiccups Caused By A Tumor

In the recent issue of the BMJ Case Reports journal is a paper outlining the surprising findings behind a very prolonged and confounding case of the hiccups.

Obama administration plans new high-level cyber official

The Obama administration is planning to create a new high-level federal official to coordinate cybersecurity across civilian agencies and to work with military and intelligence counterparts as part of its 2017 budget proposal announced Tuesday

Sikh actor Waris Ahluwalia: 'This is about education'

Exclusive: After being barred from an Aeromexico flight, the actor and model says: "This isn't just about me getting on a plane... it's about the problem at large."

Pennsylvania stuck in historic budget gridlock

Pennsylvania state government is setting a new state record for gridlock

Green Vehicles Buzz at India Auto Show

The BBC's Shilpa Kannan looks at new environment-friendly vehicles launched at the India Auto Expo in Delhi.

US Army study: Iraq's Mosul dam at 'higher risk' of failure

The US Army Corps of Engineers say they have identified "signs of distress" at Mosul Dam, indicating that it is at "significantly higher risk of failure" than previously understood

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A stomach ache that never goes away

Jim Morelli reports on the signs and symptoms of Crohn's Disease.

Everything You Should Know About The Driverless Car You'll Own Someday

How do they work? Are they safe? And when will they be ready?

Officer injured in shootout with marathon bombers to retire

A transit police officer who was shot and critically injured during a shootout with the Boston Marathon bombers has announced his retirement

Check out the world's most expensive Valentine's Day bouquet

This Valentine's Day you can buy flowers or you can buy the world's most expensive bouquet. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) explains.

Head-On Train Collision Kills At Least 9 In Southern Germany

Around 150 people were injured when two trains on a single track crashed in Bavaria. Many were trapped in the wreckage.

Donald Trump's Son Likens Waterboarding To Fraternity House Antics

Eric Trump defended his father’s plan to bring back waterboarding, comparing the interrogation technique to typical fraternity house antics.

Senate confirms Obama's choice for ambassador to Myanmar

Senate confirms President Barack Obama's nominee to serve as ambassador to Myanmar

Helping cancer patients feel like themselves

Rebecca Walden helps women fighting cancer feel like themselves by giving them support, friendship and a beautiful wig. Holly Firfer has more.

Adnan Syed defense: 'We proved our case' for murder retrial

The defense says "we proved our case," arguing that Adnan Syed deserves a retrial because his lawyers failed to call a key alibi witness and because prosecutors presented misleading cell tower data exposed by the "Serial" podcast

Voting Under Way in New Hampshire

Barbara Plett Usher reports on the latest as voters in New Hampshire go to the polls

Train crash in southern Germany causes deaths, injuries

Police say several people have been killed or injured in an early morning train crash in southern Germany