COLUMBIA, South Carolina -- Hillary Clinton overwhelms Bernie Sanders in the South Carolina primary, drawing staggering support from the state's black Democrats and putting her in a strong position as the race barrels toward crucial multi-state contests on Tuesday. By Julie Pace and Lisa Lerer.
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SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico -- Leilani Dominicci has all the typical worries of pregnant women plus a new one spreading across Puerto Rico: the fear she will become infected with the Zika virus and put her baby at risk. By Danica Coto.
MEXICO CITY -- Former Mexican President Felipe Calderon joins his predecessor in office in unloading on Donald Trump, calling the Republican front-runner's campaign racist and saying his discourse on immigration is fueling anti-American sentiment around the world.
WASHINGTON -- The Supreme Court challenge to a Texas law that has dramatically reduced the number of abortion clinics in the state is the justices' most significant case on the hot-button issue in nearly a quarter-century. By Mark Sherman and Kim Chandler.
RIO DE JANEIRO -- Activists alleging that decades of neglect and authorities' repeated failure to make good on cleanup promises have effectively killed one of Rio de Janeiro's most iconic waterways stage a symbolic burial of the Guanabara Bay, the sewage-filled waters where Olympic sailing competitions are to be held.
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OMAHA, Nebraska -- Billionaire investor Warren Buffett says the nation's economy is in better shape than the presidential candidates make it seem, though businesses like his still face challenges. By Josh Funk.
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LOS ANGELES -- Screenwriter Alyson Fouse was working on a sequel for the "Bring It On" movie franchise when the studio asked for changes. "They wanted the black girl to be more ghetto, for want of a better word," Fouse recalled. By Lynn Elber.