Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Primary Politics And Other Stories

Some news about yesterday's New Hampshire primary, and some other stories, political or not:

From Herald & Review, a tracker of delegate totals.

From the Daily News, Donald Trump (R-NY) wins the GOP NH primary.

From USA Today, Carly Fiorina (R-CA) suspends her presidential campaign.

From CBS News, Chris Christie (R-NJ) suspends his presidential campaign.

From Politico, according to White House press secretary Jay Carney, President Obama supports Hillary Clinton (D-NY) for their party's nomination.

From The Washington Free Beacon, Democrats who care about honesty support Bernie Sanders (I-VT).

From WGN, a voting place in Pelham, New Hampshire got hogged.

From ABC7, Obama addresses the Illinois General Assembly.

From France24, two female suicide bombers kill over 60 people at a refugee camp in Nigeria.  (via The Blaze)

From The Daily Beast, Boko Haram uses cluster bombs.

From Yahoo News, Jordan rejects an extradition request from France, for two suspects who allegedly carried out an attack in 1982.

From Reuters, Poland will join the fight against ISIS.

From NBC News, Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan criticizes the United States for supporting the Syrian Kurds.

From The Times Of Israel, the U.S. tries to "stitch together" a cease-fire in Syria.

From Albawaba, Iranian state TV releases a picture allegedly showing a captured American sailor crying.

From the Express, a Qatari military officer and his wife living in San Antonio have been ordered expelled from the United States for treating "two women as slaves".

From Breitbart London, a German museum charges an entry fee for dogs, but not for migrants.

From the New York Post, Burger King will soon be selling hot dogs.

From Fox News, San Francisco faces complaints and a suit over an open-air urinal.

And from The Roanoke Times, former Virginia Tech football player Logan Thomas visits his high school alma mater, which retires his number - in basketball.

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