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(Undated) -- Vice President Joe Biden is hinting once again that he might enter the 2016 presidential race. During an interview on ABC's "Good Morning America," Biden was asked if he will challenge former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton if she decides to run. Biden went on to...
(Undated) -- iPhones are hot in east Asia. Apple is reporting record sales in Japan, China and South Korea. A new report from Counterpoint Research says Apple is challenging the region's brands in their own territory. The American brand claimed 33-percent of the South Korean...
(Trenton, NJ) -- First it was Mexico and Canada and now it's England. Chris Christie is hitting the international circuit again for his third out-of-country trip since being sworn into a second term last year as New Jersey governor. Christie is planning a three-day trade mission...
(Paris) -- French authorities are investigating four men in the jihadist attacks that killed 17 people in Paris this month. The Paris prosecutor said today that investigators are looking for possible accomplices in Belgium, Spain, and Turkey. The four men under investigation...
(Undated) -- Today is "National Hugging Day." January 21st has been deemed a day to "hug it out" and while it may seem corny, your body actually benefits from the simple outburst of emotion. Researchers say people who experience high levels of social support and get hugged often...
(Undated) -- Vice President Joe Biden is challenging Republicans to work with President Obama. In reacting to the State of the Union address, Biden tells NBC's "Today Show" it's on the GOP to act now. Biden praised Obama's speech, specifically in regards to the idea of helping...
(Vatican City) -- The Pope is clarifying his remarks about Catholics and rabbits. Pope Francis raised eyebrows Monday when he spoke about poverty during a news conference, and said that Catholics should not breed like rabbits. The Pope clarified his statement Wednesday, speaking...
(Undated) -- Scientists are going to make a major announcement about the Doomsday Clock this week. The clock is maintained by a group of 18 Nobel Laureates, who meet twice a year to determine where the hands should be based on the danger of the world at the time. When the clock...
(Washington, DC) -- President Obama hits the road today to drum up support for the priorities he laid out in his State of the Union address. Obama heads for Boise, Idaho today and Lawrence, Kansas tomorrow. The President delivered a populist message in his annual speech to...