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According to CNN, Martin O'Malley was receiving no measurable support in Monday night's Iowa caucuses, struggling to stay ahead of "uncommitted." (Associated Press)

Martin O'Malley to suspend campaign

Former Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley will reportedly announce a suspension of his campaign later Monday night, according to multiple news outlets. Published February 1, 2016

Sen. Marco Rubio has reportedly won the endorsement of Sen. Tim Scott of South Carolina. (Associated Press)

Marco Rubio reportedly wins Sen. Tim Scott's endorsement

Sen. Tim Scott of South Carolina will endorse Marco Rubio for president on Tuesday, according to multiple news outlets, giving the Floridian a major boost in the third state to weigh in on the White House race. Published February 1, 2016

Glenn Frey, the guitarist and sometime singer for the legendary 1970s band The Eagles, has died at age 67. (Associated Press)

Eagles guitarist Glenn Frey dies at 67

Glenn Frey, the guitarist and sometime singer for the legendary 1970s group The Eagles, has died at age 67, the band's website announced. Published January 18, 2016

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani arrives for a news conference in Tehran, Iran, Sunday, Jan. 17, 2016. The implementation of a historic nuclear deal with world powers is expected to pave the way for a new economic reality in Iran, now freed from harsh international sanctions. On Sunday Rouhani presented parliament with a draft budget that plans for an economic windfall even as it reduces reliance on oil revenues. (AP Photo/Ebrahim Noroozi)

Treasury slaps new sanctions on Iran over missile program

On the day after the U.S. and other nations removed most of the sanctions on Iran over its nuclear program, the U.S. Treasury Department imposed a new, much smaller series of penalties on Iranian individuals and companies over Tehran's missile program. Published January 17, 2016

Bill Cosby arrives at court to face a felony charge of aggravated indecent assault Dec. 30, 2015, in Elkins Park, Pa. (Associated Press)

Bill Cosby seeks dismissal of sexual assault charges

Bill Cosby filed a motion Monday to dismiss sexual assault charges brought against him, saying they violate a 2005 civil-case agreement and are effectively a form of entrapment. Published January 11, 2016