A voter receives a sticker from a polling station worker after he cast his ballot in the Super Tuesday election at Sleepy Hollow Elementary School in Falls Church, Va, March 1, 2016.
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This week, 12 states participated in Super Tuesday, an astronaut’s #YearInSpace mission completed its metaphorical orbit and a Supreme Court justice finally spoke up. 

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The ex-candidate said electing Trump would “enable” a victory for Hillary Clinton in November.

The CEO faced up to 10 years in prison if convicted on charges of trying to rig oil prices.

The Republican candidate said that he does not see “a political path forward” to the nomination following Super Tuesday’s primary results.

“A year is a long time,” he said. “It felt like I had been up there my whole life after the first six months.”

The candidate won seven out of the 11 participating states on the pivotal election day.

“If he refuses, citizens should initiate a recall,” one editorial said.

The law would have required public school students to use bathrooms that match their gender assigned at birth.

Thomas asked 10 questions of a Justice Department lawyer who was defending a federal law that bans anyone who has a misdemeanor domestic violence conviction from owning a gun.

“As students, we came to gain knowledge,” said Juwan Andrews, who was removed from the rally.

The Oscars, in the midst of controversy over their lack of diversity, had several politically charged moments.

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