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Five myths about Chris Christie
Everybody thinks they know Chris Christie. With his big mouth and bigger personality, the New Jersey governor has had no problem attracting national attention. But false narratives are already growing up around him - and are at risk of multiplying as we head toward the 2016 presidential race. So let's set the record straight on a few myths.
In major shift, Washington residents strongly support legalizing marijuana
Support for legalizing marijuana has expanded dramatically in the nation's capital, with residents who were split evenly on the issue four years ago now favoring sales of the drug for personal use by a margin of almost two to one, according to a new Washington Post poll.
Abortion clinic buffer zone questioned by Supreme Court
U.S. Supreme Court justices Wednesday voiced doubt about a Massachusetts law that creates a 35-foot buffer zone around abortion clinic entrances in a case that tests the balance between speech rights and free access for patients.
Study: Your friends really are happier, more popular than you
We like to blame Facebook and Instagram for making it seem as though all of our friends lead cooler, more sociable, more interesting lives. But it turns out social networks are not at fault: Your friends really are richer, happier and more popular than you, according to a depressing new study from researchers in Finland and France.
Man fatally shot at Fla. theater over texting during movie
The 71-year-old retired police officer accused of shooting a man in a Florida movie theater is scheduled for his first appearance in court.
WORLD: Sharon, Israel’s bulldozer in politics, dies at 85
It was vintage Ariel Sharon: His hefty body bobbing behind a wall of security men, the ex-general led a march onto a Jerusalem holy site, staking a bold claim to a shrine that has been in contention from the dawn of the Arab-Israeli conflict.
300,000 in W.Va. without drinkable water; no timeline for fix
There is no timeline for when 300,000 West Virginia residents can drink their tap water again, after thousands of gallons of unsafe chemicals leaked from a storage tank into the river that supplies water to households in nine counties.
Subzero 'polar vortex’ pushes frigid air across US
Frigid, dense air swirled across much of the U.S. on Monday, forcing some cities and their residents into hibernation while others layered up and carried on despite a dangerous cold that broke decades-old records.
VIDEO: Deep freeze grips much of U.S.
Temperatures could plummet to record lows across much of the US, as a "polar vortex" brings extremely cold air and powerful winds to much of the US. Wind Chill Warnings are in effect from Montana to Alabama.
Landlord using blow torch to thaw water pipes starts house fire
Jack Webb, battalion chief of the fire department in this New Hampshire community near the Massachusetts border, said he and his fellow firefighters watching a television program Saturday morning that warned viewers about the danger of using blow torches to thaw frozen water pipes.
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