New Jersey Gov. Chris ChristieNeurosurgeon Ben CarsonFormer Florida Gov. Jeb BushFlorida Sen. Marco Rubio
It's Florida Sen. Marco Rubio.
Rubio gave Trump a run for his money. With 99% of precincts reporting on Tuesday morning, Trump had 24.3% of the vote and Rubio had 23.1%. Hillary Clinton narrowly defeated Bernie Sanders for the Democratic vote.
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Texas health officials on Tuesday reported a Zika virus case acquired by sexual transmission. The finding confirms that the Zika virus can spread through sexual contact.
Syria's civil warGlobal warmingThe Zika virusThe war against ISIS
It's Syria's civil war.
World leaders have pledged more than $10 billion to support victims of the five-year Syrian civil war – the largest amount of money raised for a single crisis in a single day.
DeRay Mckesson, a Baltimore native, filed his application to run as a Democrat Wednesday night. He joins a crowded field of 28 candidates vying to run a city that suffered through days of protests and unrest last year after the death of Freddie Gray.
It's about 1,500 jobs.
Yahoo will also close some international offices and cut its expenses by $400 million a year. Its board will also explore “qualified strategic proposals” — corporate-speak for selling some of the company.
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"Earth, Wind & Fire — whose many hits included 'Shining Star,' 'September,' 'That’s the Way of the World' and a cover of the Beatles’ 'Got to Get You Into My Life' — had a sound that was rooted in rhythm and blues but crossed musical boundaries, attracting an audience that was as diverse racially as the music was stylistically," the New York Times writes.
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It's Matt LeBlanc.
In a statement released by the BBC, Matt LeBlanc said, “As a car nut and a massive fan of Top Gear, I’m honored and excited to be a part of this iconic show’s new chapter." The former Friends star has appeared on Top Gear twice before.