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World's Oldest Female Boxing Champ Isn't Hanging Her Gloves Up Yet

At 48, Alicia Ashley holds the Guinness World Records for the oldest female boxing champion. She holds the super bantamweight title. Mary Louise Kelly talks to Ashley about longevity in the sport.
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Jobless Rate Dipped To 4.9 Percent In January

After a hiring spree in the final three months of 2015, U.S. employers added just 151,000 jobs last month.
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On A Downward Spiral, Does Bush Have Money To Resurrect His Campaign?

Early in the GOP presidential season, Jeb Bush was favored by many big money donors. Mary Louise Kelly talks to Erick Erickson, founder of the website The Resurgent, about the GOP presidential race.
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Clinton, Sanders Face Off Last Time Before New Hampshire Primary

The Democratic debate, sponsored by MSNBC, was fiery and combative as Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders went after each other on health care, Wall Street regulations and the campaign finance system.
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Rental Property Shortages Contribute To Record High Rents

A new report from the Commerce Department finds that rents have hit historic highs. Mary Louise Kelly talks to Redfin CEO Glenn Kelman about the state of the rental market.
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Musical Prognosticator Picks Carolina To Win Super Bowl

Renee Montagne talks to music commentator Miles Hoffman who predicts the Super Bowl winner based on the musical prowess of each team's home city, Denver, Colo., and Charlotte, N.C.
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Gone With A Gunshot, His Little Sister Remains 'Eternally 8'

Home alone with his sister, Sean Smith, then 10, stumbled upon a .38 revolver. In a single cataclysmic moment, Smith's sister was dead — and in all the years since, he hasn't lived the accident down.
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For Pro Athletes, Knowing When It's Time To Call It Quits

Earlier in the season, many suggested Peyton Manning was through and should retire. He has since rebounded and will lead his Denver Broncos against the Carolina Panthers in Sunday's NFL Super Bowl.
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7 Key Moments From Clinton And Sanders' 'Progressive' Debate

Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders faced off Thursday in New Hampshire and spent much of the time arguing over what it means to be a "progressive." It was their first one-on-one debate.
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Running For Baltimore Mayor, Activist DeRay Mckesson Draws Donors

The Black Lives Matter advocate entered the race on Wednesday night in a surprise move. Less than 24 hours later, he has raised almost $40,000 from nearly 700 donors.

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