Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia Dies at 79

Scalia was nominated to the court by President Reagan.

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13.Feb.2016


Obama Announces Intent to Nominate Replacement for Scalia

President Obama delivered a statement on the passing of Justice Antonin Scalia.

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13.Feb.2016


GOP Candidates on How They Would Handle Supreme Court Vacancy

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia died today.

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13.Feb.2016


Obama Extends Condolences to Justice Scalia's Family

The president has been informed of the passing of Justice Scalia.

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13.Feb.2016


State Department Releases More Than 1,000 Pages of Clinton Emails

More than 44,000 pages have now been released

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13.Feb.2016


Kasich, Who Says He Won’t 'Win a Vote' With God, Brings Religion to Forefront

"I don't go out and try to win a vote by using God," John Kasich told reporters last week.

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13.Feb.2016


Clinton’s New Tactic to Keep South Carolina Dems in Her Corner

Anyone who missed Thursday’s Democratic debate in Milwaukee could have tuned in to Hillary Clinton’s event in South Carolina for the highlights. In fact, it might have been clearer what she was trying to accomplish. Lines met with gentle nods in Wisconsin were greeted with vigorous applause Friday by the residents of Denmark, South Carolina, a rural town with a population of less than 4,000. At the heart of her message was a phrase that Clinton repeated multiple times during her remarks. “I want you to understand, I will not promise you something I cannot deliver,” Clinton said. “I will not make promises I know I cannot keep.” The pragmatic vow was a subtle dig at her opponent Bernie Sanders, who has campaigned on platforms of free college and universal healthcare. But it also functioned as a reminder to communities like this one – rural, poor, and overwhelmingly African American – that voters here have been burned before. In 1993, Denmark’s local school district was one of...

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13.Feb.2016


Clinton Testing Out New Strategy Against Bernie Sanders

But will it work?

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13.Feb.2016


Trump Tweets He Has 'Standing to Sue' Cruz

The Cruz campaign began running multiple ads attacking Donald Trump.

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13.Feb.2016


Coast Guard: Royal Caribbean Cruise Ship Cleared to Sail

Anthem of the Seas is expected to set sail at 3 p.m. ET today.

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13.Feb.2016


Pensacon takes over downtown for epic third chapter

Pensacon returns on Friday, bringing three days of nerdy fun to downtown Pensacola. Event organizers share the excitement.

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13.Feb.2016


Thousands make scenic 15k journey

Runners take part in annual Double Bridge Run

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13.Feb.2016


Roy Jones Jr. to fight fan with $100K on line

On March 20, former world heavyweight champion Roy Jones Jr. will step into a boxing ring in Phoenix and start trading punches with a fan.

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13.Feb.2016


Justice Scalia found dead at Texas ranch

The 79-year-old justice was the leader of the Supreme Court's conservative bloc.

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13.Feb.2016


Marlette: No love for folks right to know?

Science now understands more about Einstein’s gravitational waves and the collision of black holes than it does about a downtown food truck ordinance.

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13.Feb.2016


Florida receives C for teacher discipline

Florida is middle of the pack compared to other states when it comes to sharing teacher misconduct information

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13.Feb.2016


Baptist offers new heart valve treatment

Baptist Heart and Vascular Institute is the first in the area to offer a new leaky heart valve treatment

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13.Feb.2016


Pensacola's most memorable crime stories

From Bundy, to the Black Widow, to the Billings: A look at some of the strangest criminal cases in the Pensacola area.

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13.Feb.2016


Students claim sexism in leggings crackdown

Superintendent admits school inappropriately handled some aspects of the leggings incident.

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13.Feb.2016


FHP: Pedestrian killed in Milton

Florida Highway Patrol investigating pedestrian fatality in Milton

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13.Feb.2016