The next GOP presidential debate occurs tonight in Charleston, South Carolina.
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- Alan Rickman, the British actor best known for his iconic roles in Die Hard and the Harry Potter series, has died at age 69.
- Left-wing magazine The Nation has endorsed Bernie Sanders for president.
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