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Lori Daybell indicted in fourth husband’s death in Arizona. She moved to Idaho soon after


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After Kate Middleton paid her respects at vigil to Sarah Everard, police moved in and started arresting women


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QAnon Shaman pictured without horns and face paint in mugshot, as he’s moved to jail with organic food


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Man who wore horns in US Capitol riot moved to Virginia jail


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A millennial who moved from Texas to Colorado says the quality of her new life is worth the higher rent


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Break Area for Thousands of Guard Troops Abruptly Moved from Capitol to Garage with Single Restroom


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Millions of Americans moved during the pandemic — and most aren’t looking back


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A Silicon Valley startup founder moved to Austin to flee San Francisco’s high housing costs and said ‘FOMO’ will prompt more in the ‘hive-minded’ Bay to move to newer tech hubs


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Oracle billionaire Larry Ellison has moved to Lanai, the Hawaiian island he’s spent half a billion dollars developing. Here’s how Ellison bought 98% of the island and turned it into a sustainability experiment.


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Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders' polling numbers have barely moved in the past year

Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders' polling numbers have barely moved in the past yearCandidates have come and gone, but Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders are forever.In the ongoing 2020 Democratic presidential primary, RealClearPolitics puts the former vice president's polling average at 27.8 percent as of its last update on Dec. 19. Sanders, the Independent senator from Vermont, gets 19.3 percent, giving the two candidates almost exactly the same polling averages they had a year ago.Yes, on Dec. 19, 2018, Biden had an average of 27.5 percent support for winning the 2020 nomination, while Sanders had 19 percent. It didn't matter that neither candidate had entered the presidential race yet, or that Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) was pretty much the only major candidate who had. Biden and Sanders have both seen spikes and drops in the year since, but with 2020 less than a week away, things are not really different than they were a year ago.Those unchanging numbers come despite Warren's rise from 5 percent support a year ago to 15.2 percent support as of Dec. 19, and even though she briefly hit a level of polling nearly double Sanders' average back in October. Sen. Kamala Harris' (D-Calif.) and former Texas Rep. Beto O'Rourke both entered and exited the race without changing the top of the polls, and South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg, despite his unexpected rise, failed to make it to the top spots either.Anything could happen in 2020, but at this point ahead of the 2016 election, President Trump was the clear favorite.More stories from theweek.com The most consequential politician of the decade 'Fairytale of New York': How a soused Irish punk band created the greatest Christmas song of all time The coming death of just about every rock legend



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