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Newt Gingrich: America in race against China - and the clock - to control future of tech

Today 19:05 GMT

China and the West are locked in a struggle for control of the future of communications technology, the next generation Internet, and the flow of information.

We must do it now, while the world’s attention is trained on the Mobile World Congress and the plans for the future of wireless are being written and signed in Barcelona.

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Denny Hamlin wins crash-filled Daytona 500 that had sparks flying

Monday 23:39 GMT

Denny Hamlin won the Daytona 500 for the second time in four years, leading a 1-2-3 sweep for Joe Gibbs Racing, while the race faced multiple delays after a flurry of crashes.

J.D. Gibbs helped his father start the race team, ran it while Joe Gibbs was coaching the Washington Redskins, was a tire changer on the team’s first Daytona 500 victory and the one who discovered Hamlin during a test session at Hickory Motor Speedway in North Carolina.

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Denny Hamlin wins Daytona 500 after string of dramatic wrecks

Monday 19:04 GMT

Denny Hamlin came out on top in the 61st running of the Daytona 500 Sunday — not long after a string of dramatic wrecks took out much of the competition in “The Great American Race.”

The native of Chesterfield, Virginia, who was sponsored by FedEx Express, was the 2016 Daytona 500 champion; he won what was the closest finish in race history, barely edging Martin Truex Jr.. Fox News' Samuel Chamberlain and The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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New-look Daytona 500 has a certain throwback feel

Monday 14:30 GMT

Among those trying to win the Daytona 500 this year are a Florida watermelon farmer, a short-track champion from New England, a television analyst and a 22-year-old whose career nearly was derailed by a brain tumor.

The front row is the youngest in Daytona 500 history and it will be William Byron, a Liberty University student who had his wisdom teeth removed in the offseason, leading the field to green in Sunday's showcase race to kick off the NASCAR season.

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Florida runner attacked by 80-pound dog near half-marathon's end

Sunday 19:03 GMT

Julie Stackhouse, 40, was in third place and a mile away from finishing the Donna Half-Marathon race in Atlantic Beach, Florida, when a bull-terrier mix aggressively attacked and latched on before she got away.

According to Donna Deegan, the event’s founder, the dog’s owner's were spectators during the race, believed their dog was under control and felt terrible it happened. Atlantic Beach Police later fined the owners, issued a citation and made sure the dog got a rabies vaccination.

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Deroy Murdock: Club for Growth outruns super PAC rivals

Sunday 21:49 GMT

“Additionally, when Club for Growth PAC endorses a candidate, Club PACs overwhelm the opposition with targeted spending. In other words, we go all in.”

“This gives Club for Growth PAC a tremendous advantage in framing the narrative of the race and defining the opposition before they can attempt to define our endorsed candidate. “Unlike other groups, Club PACs engage very early on in races so that our dollars are spent more effectively and efficiently when campaigns usually don’t have the funds to be on air themselves,” McIntosh notes.


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