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It’s Iowa’s nightmare scenario revisited: An extraordinarily close count in the Iowa caucuses — and reports of chaos in precincts and computer glitches — are raising questions about accuracy of the count and winner between Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton.
Considering the how contested the Iowa Democratic Caucuses were, things could get interesting when Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton meet in a town hall style event tonight in New Hampshire. CNN will broadcast it at 7pm CT/5pm PT.
With concern growing of the Zika Virus ––that is being blamed for a surge in the number of brain-damaged babies— health authorities in Texas said they had confirmation of the virus being transmitted by intimate contact and not just tropical mosquitoes. That is a troubling prospect for the United States, Canada and Europe, where Zika had so far only appeared in travelers returning from affected areas.
First CVS pharmacies open inside Target stores–, Target’s over 1,600 in-house pharmacies and almost 80 clinics in 47 states will be rebranded as CVS Pharmacy and CVS Minute Clinics in the coming months. The pharmacies and clinics will remain open during the revamp, while patient records, insurance plans and prescriptions are transitioned from Target to CVS.
Toyota is recalling over 300,000 trucks because the air bags can go off without a crash happening. The recall covers the 2005 and 2006 Toyota Tundra and Sequoia, the 2003 through 2006 Land Cruiser, and the 2004 through 2006 4-Runner. Also included are the 2003 through 2006 Lexus LX 470 and the 2004 through 2006 GX 470.
Women’s prison degree programs turn inmates’ lives around, state funding could expand the program to more facilities
A hiker missing on Mount Hood has been found alive in good condition at the bottom of a canyon. He was identified as Christian Houck, 51, of Seattle. The Mountain Wave Search and Rescue team said the Seattle man called Monday afternoon to say he had gotten off course and needed assistance. Searchers made contact with him on his cell phone and told him to make a snow cave to wait out the night. They said he has supplies to stay warm– Talked to him again on yesterday morning and told him rescuers were on the way.