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Increasingly desperate fighting between Western-backed government forces and insurgent groups meant more noncombatants are being caught in the crossfire.









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More than 38 million people from the Plains into the Midwest and East Coast were under winter-storm warnings or advisories.









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For residents, the Pope's visit to Juárez affirms the change that has begun transforming a city that has suffered from drug-related violence.









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Low prices are making a trip to the gas station a lot less painful for most Americans these days, but one company is making it even easier by bringing the gas right to its customers.









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The ATV fell into a hole that had been cut in the lake for a "polar plunge" event.









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The comments risk alienating Cuban Americans, an important voting bloc in the Miami area.









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"He will no doubt be remembered as one of the most consequential judges and thinkers to serve on the Supreme Court," Obama said.









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Should President Obama, in his last 10 months in office, be allowed to appoint a justice who would likely create a liberal majority on the court?









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Love is in the air over Israel's Hula Lake Park this Valentine's Day.









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Not only could the hunters win thousands of dollars — they're also helping to rid the park's ecosystem of the invasive and dangerous animal.









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Whether it was calling people a liar, a liberal, a bully, or a loser, almost every candidate on the stage found something to say about a rival.









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Scalia's absence imperils the 5-4 conservative majority on the court.









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Chief Justice John Roberts called him "an extraordinary individual and jurist, admired and treasured by his colleagues."









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Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, known for his fiery comments on and off the bench, has died at age 79.









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The remaining six Republican presidential candidates clashed Saturday night in a wild final debate before the South Carolina primary.









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Justice Antonin Scalia was well-known for his piercing and often controversial words, both in curated written decisions and off-the-cuff remarks.









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Brutally cold air sent temperatures plummeting to "life-threatening" lows Saturday, with millions of Americans warned of dangers including frostbite.









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President Obama speaks about the death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia.









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The passing of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia slams the issue of the Supreme Court aggressively into the presidential election.









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Pope Francis kicked off his first trip to Mexico, and will include a very personal prayer before the Virgin of Guadalupe shrine.









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