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The Diversity vote, Rebel Wilson on women in comedy and BMI's impact on health coverage

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People vote at a polling place at the lifeguard station in Manhattan Beach, California, November 4, 2014.
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People vote at a polling place at the lifeguard station in Manhattan Beach, California, November 4, 2014.

The role of nonwhite voters in the upcoming primaries, Rebel Wilson on women in comedy and her bawdy roles, a look at the impact BMI's have on health coverage.

Voter turnout in Iowa? White. New Hampshire? Whiter. How will Bernie Sanders fare in Nevada and South Carolina, states with more diverse populations?
More than $2 billion could be spent over the next decade, but where will the money come from? What happens if there's no money to find?
This weekend's Superbowl contest was filled with surprises – both on and off the field. And a lot of it had to do with Carolina's star quarterback Cam Newton. We're joined by Andy and Brian Kamanetzky.
Rebel Wilson's career is on fire right now but, she says, it's all a bit puzzling to her at times. She spoke to Alex Cohen about that and her upcoming film.
Findings this week from a team of Argentine forensic experts directly contradict the official version of what happened to 43 students who went missing after being taken by police in September 2014.
Should we still treat Body Mass Index as a credible measurement of health? Find out more about why this system is coming under increased scrutiny.
In a 5 to 4 split decision, the Supreme Court blocked the administration's rules to limit greenhouse gas emissions from coal-fired power plants.
Only 10 percent of the film's costumes were off-the-rack: half were custom-made, a third were samples from designers and the rest was vintage.
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