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Bernie Sanders secures Michigan win

All of the nation’s leading pollsters predicted Hillary Clinton to win Michigan by massive margins. And all of them were proven wrong on Tuesday night.

In a revealing tweet, The Intercept‘s Glenn Greenwald showed the aggregate polling averages for the Michigan Democratic Primary according to RealClearPolitics. As recently as March 6, a Fox 2 Detroit poll had Hillary Clinton winning by 37 points. ARG predicted Clinton to win by 24 points in a poll conducted between March 4 and March 5:

Buddhist monk taken for Muslim suffers attack

An elderly Buddhist monk was assaulted in Oregon by a man who apparently thought he was a Muslim.

Kozen Sampson wears plain brown robes and keeps his hair cropped as his Buddhist faith dictates. He had parked on a side road near Hood River to walk his dog.

Gov’t already has access to the iPhone, FBI’s “debate” with Apple gimmick – Tech Wizards

Many security experts believe that the FBI and NSA can already hack into an iPhone without Apple’s help, using a number of techniques such as “infrared laser glitching” or “de-capping.” Edward Snowden backed this up last month in a virtual interview with Johns Hopkins University. These techniques, although risky to the chip, are already in use by the most advanced hackers and, very likely, the NSA.

Which African cities offer the best quality of life?

Consulting firm Mercer recently published its 18th Quality of Living Survey, which ranks 230 cities they believe provide the best quality of life.

The study examines over 440 cities, and based on certain criteria, Mercer then decides which 230 make the cut. The cities are chosen and ranked according to a variety of factors, such as the political and social environment, economic conditions, education, and public services, to name a few.

Mexican drug cartels leaking cash as Cannabis legalization efforts in the U.S advances

The Mexican drug cartels are finally meeting their match as a wave of cannabis legalization efforts drastically reshapes the drug trafficking landscape in the United States. It turns out that as states legalize cannabis use and cultivation, the volume of weed brought across the border by Mexican drug cartels dramatically decreases — and is putting a dent in their cash flow.

21 year old sneaker business owner shot and killed, no cash taken

Jamal Gaines, 21, overcame a car accident and partial blindness to run a thriving business before he was shot and killed while closing up shop.

East Coast sneaker store sits on a commercial strip in downtown Rahway, New Jersey, a working class city just south of Newark. For the past two and a half years, it has been a destination for sneaker collectors throughout the state. But this week, the hole-in-the-wall boutique remains darkened and locked. Four days ago, East Coast’s owner, 21-year-old Jamal “Mally” Gaines, was shot and killed inside the shop he had worked for years to build.

India job seekers made to strip for army test

Hundreds of young men in India's Bihar state have been made to strip down to their underwear while appearing for an army recruitment test in an attempt to prevent cheating.

Photographs showed candidates sitting cross-legged in a field in Muzaffarpur town wearing only their underpants.