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Potential Democratic presidential candidate Martin O'Malley jabbed Hillary Clinton by name for the first time on Thursday evening, taking swipes at her for switching her positions on same-sex marriage and immigration.

Speaking to reporters at Harvard University where he gave a speech about the economy, the former Maryland governor called out the Democratic frontrunner with subtle insinuations that she was flip-flopping for political convenience.

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CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — After New Hampshire lawmakers mocked one fourth grade class's effort to name an official state raptor last month, the wily bobcat was faring better Thursday when a state Senate committee backed a plan by another group of school kids to pick an official state wildcat.

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Doug Hughes, the Florida mailman who flew his gyrocopter through restricted airspace and onto the U.S. Capitol grounds earlier this week, was released from jail on Thursday, but was placed in home detention while he faces charges

Hughes was charged with flying an unlicensed gyrocopter, which is a felony, and with violation national defense airspace, which is a misdemeanor. He could face up to three years in prison for the felony charge and up to one year for the misdemeanor, the Los Angeles Times reported. He was also barred from returning to Washington, D.C. or operating an aircraft.

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Fox Business host Charles Payne on Wednesday said that he thinks President Obama may issue reparations for slavery in 2016, which Payne said would be a "mistake."

Payne mentioned Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel's support for a reparations package for torture victims of former Chicago Police Cmdr. Jon Burge. Payne said that this news suggested that the White House may also push for reparations and apologize for slavery.

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