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  • More photos and interactive graphics Mr. Gingrich is picking up late-breaking momentum in both Iowa and New Hampshire, while maintaining early leads in South Carolina and Florida.

    Romney Girds for Gingrich

  • WASHINGTON — Republicans and Democrats traded last-minute jabs on the Sunday morning talk shows, seeking to leverage late-breaking news in the runup to Tuesday's pivotal midterm election.

    Republicans, Democrats Trade Pre-Election Jabs

  • *** U.S. Republicans and Democrats traded last-minute jabs on the Sunday morning talk shows, seeking to leverage late-breaking news in the runup to Tuesday's pivotal midterm election.

    World Watch

  • BRAVES 8, BREWERS 2: Tommy Hanson had a sharp, late-breaking slider going, helping him pitch eight innings of scoreless ball.

    Atlanta Braves Team Report

  • However, AU Commission Chairman Jean Ping says two of the continent's late-breaking political crises, in Egypt and Tunisia, will not be on the agenda.

    AU Summit to Focus on Security Concerns

  • The Packers, meanwhile, are more of a late-breaking surprise.

    A Super Bowl That Should Be Played in Snow

  • But defending a late-breaking open seat can be close to mission impossible.

    The Fix: The political wisdom of early Senate retirements

  • We thought by now we knew everything there is to know about Kate Middleton except for, ahem, what she'll be wearing on her big day but here's some late-breaking news: she and Ellen DeGeneres are apparently cousins.

    Kate Middleton & Ellen DeGeneres Cousins (VIDEO)

  • In the fifteen elections between 1884 and 1940, the betting firms missed just once, Wilson's 1916 upset of Hughes -- and they might have had a perfect record had they had stayed open long enough to take into account late-breaking news from the West.

    Keith Thomson: Gamblers' Election-Forecasting Prowess and How They're Betting on the 2010 Races

  • NASA representatives did take a late-breaking interest in Cosmos 1 — a number of them showed up at TPS for the launch — and the space agency has been involved with the testing of atmospheric drag on a solar “nanosail.”

    Across the Universe

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