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Two Arrested in Facebook-Posted Plot

Two men are under arrest for allegedly threatening their former Massachusetts high school. The pair allegedly discussed the attack on Facebook. (March 6)
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Voter Voices: Virginia Voters Have but 2 Choices

In Virginia, ballot rules and deadlines mean only two of the GOP contenders made it to the ballot: Mitt Romney and Ron Paul. For some voters, the limited selection has them wishing for a write-in option. (March 6)
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Gingrich: ‘Red Line Is Now’ on Iran

The Republican presidential hopefuls brandished their pro-Israel credentials Tuesday. Newt Gingrich declared, “The red line is now,” referring to benchmarks in Iran’s nuclear development that might demand a military response. (March 6)
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Santorum: US Needs to Do More Than Talk on Iran

GOP presidential candidate Rick Santorum has told AIPAC, a pro-Israel lobby, that giving Iran an ultimatum about its nuclear facilities is necessary to prevent the country from getting a weapon that could threaten the world. (March 6)
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Obama Seeks Contraception Debate High Ground

President Barack Obama is trying to seize the momentum in the national debate over contraception for women while the Republican presidential candidates seek to avoid the issue. (March 5)
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Voter Voices: In Alaska, Desire for Someone Else

In the Super Tuesday state of Alaska, one voter says she wishes there was another choice in the Republican primary because she is not happy with any of the current slate of candidates. (March 6)
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Voter Voices: ‘Romney Most Likely to Beat Obama’

State elections officials had no reports of early problems on Super Tuesday as Ohio polls opened, some to light voter turnout, in a state where the outcome in the Republican presidential race was being closely watched. (March 6)
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Officials: Rep. of Congo Blasts Under Control

The main blaze at the arms depot that blew up in Brazzaville, Republic of Congo was finally under control, officials said Tuesday. State radio reported the death toll had climbed to at least 236. (March 6)
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Romney: Nuclear Iran “problem for the World”

Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney says that if he were president, he would combine diplomacy with “a military option” to stop Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons. Romney addressed the AIPAC Conference in Washington, DC today. (March 6)
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Voter Voices: Evangelicals’ Influence in Georgia

As the Republican presidential hopefuls vie for the attention of the evangelical vote across the South, Georgians still seem split on which candidate best represents Christian values and can boost the economy. (March 6)
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Voter Voices: In Alaska, Desire for Someone Else

In the Super Tuesday state of Alaska, one voter says she wishes there was another choice in the Republican primary because she is not happy with any of the current slate of candidates. (March 6)
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Voter Voices: in Alaska, Desire for Someone Else

In the Super Tuesday state of Alaska, one voter says she wishes there was another choice in the Republican primary because she is not happy with any of the current slate of candidates. (March 6)
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Raw Video: Ohio Polls Open for Primary Election

Ohio’s Super Tuesday outcome in the Republican presidential race is being closely watched after Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum devoted most of their campaigning to the state in recent days. (March 6)
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ShowBiz Minute: Sheridan, Jackson, Prince Harry

‘Desperate Housewives’ creator describes his spat with Nicollette Sheridan; 2 in UK accused of stealing Jackson music from Sony; Prince Harry continues Queen’s Jubilee tour in Jamaica. (March 6)
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Raw Video: Ga. Voters Head to the Polls

Voters are making their picks across Georgia in what could be the biggest test yet for Newt Gingrich as he fights to keep his bid alive for the GOP presidential nomination. (March 6)
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AP Top Stories

Here’s the latest news for Tuesday March 6th: Republicans vote in 10 states; Iran opens nuclear facility to UN; Netanyahu goes to Capitol Hill; Demonstrators arrested in Sacramento.
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2 School Employees Suspended for Alleged ‘prank’

Two school maintenance workers in central New Jersey are suspended after an alleged prank involving four elementary school students in a boy’s bathroom.(March 6)
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Korean Military Drills Ahead of Nuke Talks

North Korea offered a rare media view of its military exercises this week, as the U.S. and South Korea were conducting their own. The activity comes as nuclear negotiators prepare for the resumption of talks in Beijing Wednesday. (March 6)
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Jason Segal’s Dysfunctional Family

Jason Segal, Susan Sarandon and Ed Helms talk about their new comedy, ‘Jeff Who Lives At Home’ – the story of a dysfunctional relationship between a mother and her two sons. (March 6)
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Today in History for March 6th

Highlights of this day in history: Alamo falls to Mexican forces; Michaelangelo born; Walter Cronkite retires. (March 6)
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Calif. “ATM” Takes Cupcake Craze 24/7

Sprinkles, the Beverly Hills bakery that helped inspire the craze for sweet frosting in snack-size portions, is launching a cupcake dispensing machine at its flagship store in Beverly Hills. (March 6)
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Raw Video: Dozens Arrested in Calif. Capitol

California Highway Patrol officers arrested dozens of protesters who refused to leave the state Capitol Monday night after repeated warnings, capping a day of protests over cuts to higher education that saw thousands descend upon Sacramento. (March 6)
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First Person: Tornado Hits Home, Kids Survive

When a tornado struck Charlotte, NC on Friday, it ripped apart a home and swept away three children inside. All three were found outside. Miraculously, they suffered only cuts and bruises. (March 6)
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Separated Couple Awaits Immigration Law Change

Ana is a United States citizen who was born in El Salvador. After 20 years of living together in the US, her husband is now stuck on the Mexican side of the border. A federal law, criticized by the president, prohibits him from living with her. (March 6)
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Separated Couple Awaits Immigration Law Change

Ana is a United States citizen who was born in El Salvador. After 20 years of living together in the US, her husband is now stuck on the Mexican side of the border. A federal law, criticized by the president, prohibits him from living with her. (March 6)
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