Former President Donald Trump has defeated former UN ambassador Nikki Haley in the South Carolina GOP presidential primary, a result that represents a significant blow to her campaign. CNN, AP, NBC, and others called the race for Trump immediately after polls closed at 7 pm ET. AdvertisementThe South Carolina primary is Haley's fourth consecutive loss in the early-voting states after the Iowa caucuses and the New Hampshire primary. (Trump won the Nevada caucuses; Haley lost the Nevada primary to "None of these candidates.") And after Saturday's primary loss, the path for Haley winning the nomination just got a lot more difficult.

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If China EV Inc. were allowed to enter the US today or next year, the legacies would be gutted." The year Musk tittered at the idea of Chinese EVs overtaking Tesla, the country produced only 5,000 electric cars. It has more trade barrier protection from a China Auto Inc. onslaught, but it may not work forever. AdvertisementWe want to maintain an auto industry in the US — that's essential for jobs, national security, and for other sectors of the economy. Sure, Chinese EV makers are lean and mean, but they've never had to deal with international markets before.

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Donald Trump forgot to mention his son Eric in his victory speech after securing the GOP nomination in South Carolina. This was in spite of the fact that Eric was standing on stage with him, and Trump was reading the names off a note card. AdvertisementFormer President Donald Trump forgot to name one of his children during his victory speech after securing the Republican primary nomination in South Carolina on Saturday — despite standing onstage with them. We have a great family," Trump said. He neglected to mention his second son, Eric Trump, and his wife, Lara, standing onstage to his right.

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CNN —Russia is nearing a presidential election that is all but certain to extend Vladimir Putin’s rule throughout this decade and into the 2030s. The president’s dominance over the Russian electoral system has already been reinforced as the election looms. Voting will be held from Friday March 15 until Sunday March 17, the first Russian presidential election to take place over three days. The region makes up more than a third of Russia’s total territory but has only about 5% of its population. In order to vote against Putin, you just need to vote for any other candidate,” Navalny said on February 8.

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Read previewJasmine Cambridge, a 25-year-old steakhouse server with aspirations of working in marketing, moved from Atlanta to Austin in 2023. Over 14,100 movers to Austin came from California, while nearly 4,900 moved from New York. AdvertisementA majority of movers to Austin from other states were white, making up 52% of movers, while Hispanic individuals account for 23.1%. Less than half of Americans moving to Austin are married — 43.2% — while 45.6% are single or unmarried. Census data shows that about 74.26% of movers to Austin are renters, while 25.74% are homeowners.

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But the double whammy of housing plus childcare costs doesn't hit all parents — just parents of very young kids. However, after-school programs or an afternoon babysitter are typically a fraction of the cost of full-time day care.) I propose we call them: DIPS, or Double Income, Public School. For example, Massachusetts has the highest average childcare costs, where day care for an infant is $24,472. I'm stuck in between — one kid in public school and a younger one still in day care.

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A Congressman is urging Elon Musk to give SpaceX Starshield access to US forces in Taiwan. AdvertisementElon Musk is facing pressure to provide SpaceX's Starshield satellite network to US defense personnel in Taiwan, according to Forbes. However, the outlet described a "group of US lawmakers" were involved in the calls for Musk to provide satellite access to US defense forces in Taiwan. The letter then called on Musk to brief the select panel regarding Starshield's capabilities in Taiwan by March 8, Forbes reported. The request could present challenges for Musk, who has considerable business ties in China, where Tesla has a significant manufacturing presence.

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Nikki Haley isn't the first presidential hopeful to lose her home state. NEW LOOK Sign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . Former UN Ambassador Nikki Haley learned this the hard way after a drubbing in the South Carolina GOP presidential primary. This story is available exclusively to Business Insider subscribers.

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"Devil Wears Prada" actors Meryl Streep, Emily Blunt, and Anne Hathaway reunited at the SAG Awards. "I don't think I'm anything like Miranda," Streep sheepishly retorted. AdvertisementMeryl Streep, Emily Blunt, and Anne Hathaway came together at Saturday's Screen Actor Guild Awards to honor the 18th anniversary of the 2006 film, "The Devil Wears Prada." Blunt and Hathaway then walked out, holding just what Streep needed: Large, black, square-framed glasses and an awards envelope. "I don't think I'm anything like Miranda," Streep sheepishly retorted.

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Unlikely to win in South Carolina, Nikki Haley set a benchmark for herself: better than 43%. That's how much of the vote she won in New Hampshire, her best state so far. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementIt's been clear for weeks that Nikki Haley was going to lose her home state. "I think I need to do better than I did in New Hampshire," Haley said on Meet The Press on January 28.

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I just went on my first alcohol-free vacation and found that I enjoyed myself much more. I started drinking alcohol when I turned 21 and, with the exception of when I traveled during my pregnancies, every vacation I've taken since has involved alcohol. I enjoyed my trip so much more by not numbing out with alcoholTerri Peters enjoyed her alcohol-free vacation. I was way more present with my familyTerri Peters recently took her first vacation since going sober and felt she was more present with her family. According to Kuda, going into an alcohol-free vacation with the mindset that you're going to experience great things is key.

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It remains unclear if a public funeral will be held for one of Putin's most vocal opponents. Navalny's widow, Yulia Navalnaya, also accused Putin of "torturing" his corpse, challenging the Russian leader's proclaimed Christian faith in a six-minute video posted on her late husband's YouTube channel. AdvertisementA public funeral for a fierce Kremlin opponent could be disruptive and unfavorable for Putin. APYarmysh said on Friday that Navalny's mother was given an ultimatum to hold a secret funeral or he would be buried at the prison colony. AdvertisementThe spokesperson's latest update on the return of Navalny's body did not specify if the family agreed to any conditions.

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Historical epic "Oppenheimer" picked up more prizes on Saturday at Hollywood's Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Awards, bolstering the movie's chances to score the best picture trophy at next month's Oscars. Cillian Murphy, who played scientist J. Robert Oppenheimer, won best movie actor, and co-star Robert Downey Jr. best supporting actor. HBO's "Succession" secured best TV drama cast for its final season about the battle for control of a family's media dynasty. Elizabeth Debicki, who played Princess Diana in Netflix series "The Crown," won best TV drama actress. "The Last of Us" star Pedro Pascal was named best actor in a TV drama and appeared stunned when he walked on stage.

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Former President Donald Trump trounced Nikki Haley in her home state of South Carolina's primary. And if Trump does as well as his campaign predicts, he could secure the GOP nomination by March 12. Haley was left as the sole remaining major candidate to oppose Trump in January after Florida Gov. South Carolina's Republican delegates are uniquely not bound to a specific candidate post-primary election, making it difficult to calculate the exact number of delegates each candidate will finish with. If Trump and his reelection campaign continue down their established path of dominant primary victories, he'll be incredibly close to blazing past the majority mark he needs to secure the Republican nomination.

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(Photo by Alexey Kudenko - Host Photo Agency via Getty Images)Western nations should be bolder about confiscating Russian assets which they froze after the country's full-scale invasion of Ukraine in 2022, British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak said. "We must be bolder in hitting the Russian war economy .... And we must be bolder in seizing the hundreds of billions of frozen Russian assets," he said . Last month British Investment Minister Dominic Johnson met U.S. Deputy Treasury Secretary Wally Adeyemo to discuss the seizure of frozen Russian assets, but stressed this needed to be done in accordance with international law. The European Union, U.S., Japan and Canada froze some $300 billion of Russian central bank assets in 2022 when Russia invaded Ukraine. Sunak also urged the U.S. to continue to provide financial and military support for Ukraine.

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Typical spiders — and most creatures — tend to find the noise and wind disturbance from nearby busy roads to be too stressful, but the Jorō spider doesn’t seem to mind much, according to a new study published in Arthropoda on February 13. University of Georgia ecology students and study coauthors Kade Stewart, Caitlin Phelan and Alexa Schultz handle a Jorō spider. What to do when you come across a Jorō spiderAs the nonnative Jorō spider continues to spread in the region, the spiders pose a threat to native species that are beneficial to the environment. While conducting the study, the researchers found evidence of the Jorō spiders coexisting with native spiders, Davis said. And the Jorō spiders eat species that are good and bad for the environment, including the infamous lantern fly, he added.

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Companies like Qualcomm and MediaTek have launched smartphone chipsets that enable the processing power required for AI applications. Large language models are huge AI models trained on vast amounts of data that underpin applications like the widely popular chatbots. The other big part of the AI smartphone puzzle is the term "on-device AI." Previously, many AI applications on devices were actually partly processed in the cloud, then downloaded onto the phone. Smartphone makers say on-device AI improves the security of gear, unlocks new applications and also makes them faster, since the processing is done on the handset.

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CNN —The remains of a Portland, Oregon, teenager who vanished in the late 1960s have been identified through advanced DNA testing more than 50 years after she went missing, authorities said. In 1970, a Boy Scout troop leader discovered the girl’s remains buried in a shallow grave on Sauvie Island in Oregon. Investigators at the time were unable to identify them, but noted that that trauma to the body indicated foul play, Oregon State Police announced in a news release on Thursday. Family members told authorities they believed Young went missing from Portland around the time the remains were discovered, according to the news release. “Sandra Young has now regained her identity after 54 years,” said Dr. Nici Vance of the Oregon State Medical Examiner’s Office.

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In 2018, my friend sent me a listing for Cerro Gordo, an abandoned mining town in California. In the late 1800s, Cerro Gordo was a prosperous mining town. But right now, I'm sitting 900 feet under a ghost town that's miles away from them. Since I arrived, Cerro Gordo has been hit with storms, fire, a flood, an earthquake, and a blizzard. If I hadn't made this life change, Cerro Gordo would've otherwise just been forgotten, like the hundreds of other towns that were set up in the American West.

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The Irkeshtam pass, border crossing between Kyrgyzstan and Xinjiang, China. (Photo by: Arterra/Universal Images Group via Getty Images)A 5.8-magnitude struck Akqi County in China's northwestern Xinjiang region at 12:14 p.m. (0414 GMT) on Sunday, the China Earthquake Networks Center (CENC) said. No casualties or collapsed houses had been reported as of 1:00 p.m., Xinhua reported citing local authorities, adding the areas around the epicenter are sparsely populated. The local main grid and power distribution networks are operating as normal, and local train operations have not been affected, Xinhua added. A 7.1-magnitude earthquake shook the Kyrgyzstan-Xinjiang border region on Jan. 23, killing at least three people.

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